Daily Maui Photo App Hits 1,000 Downloads

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


That was fast, a lot faster than I would have ever imagined.

It was only 4 weeks ago when I announced that the newest version of my Daily Maui Photo App (v2.1) had been upgraded to include native iPad support, and already we have seen over 1,000 downloads or upgrades to the latest and greatest release. Four weeks!

I don’t have stats or anything to tell me how many of those 1,000 downloads were on iPads, iPhones, or iPods, but the fact that so many people have given this app a shot fills my heart with Aloha!

Big Mahalo!

If you’ve downloaded the app and enjoy it everyday, I have to say a big Mahalo Nui Loa to you.

For those that have shared these photos through the Facebook, Twitter, or Email options, another mahalo to you as well. I’m happy that it’s so happy to spread a little Aloha with all your friends and family with these devices today. It might not seem like much to some, but just that little glimpse of paradise in the morning can take you away, even if for just a moment.

Talk Story

We love hearing from all of you, especially for these daily photos and the iPhone/iPad app. There are a handful of reviews already in the App Store, and if you’d like to leave one yourself, it would be much appreciated. I purposely chose not to include those annoying “Rate Me” reminders within the app (I hate those, too) but I made it easier with a Rate The App option in the Menu for both the iPad and iPhone versions if you had a minute to leave a comment.

There is also a dedicated Facebook page for the Daily Maui Photo App for iOS, if you’d like to show your support there, or leave questions, comments, or suggestions for new features.

And for the blog-savvy folks in the room, you can find more details about the app (features, screenshots, etc.) over at the Daily Maui Photo website here if you thought your readers would enjoy adding a little Maui to their iOS devices.

Many Mahalos to everyone for all the support! Here’s to another 1,000 downloads. :)

– Kris


About Kris

Kris and his wife Cindy are avid Maui fans, and have visited the island half a dozen times since '06. Over the years, they have made many friends living on Maui or through social media, which keeps them in touch with the island until they can return again.

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