We just released QUOTE.fm for iPhone. It’s a free update and you can grab it here: QUOTE.fm for iPhone and iPad Like I wrote in the QUOTE.fm blog, we released this version without Find, and there are some very good reasons for it, which I will talk about in another blog post over there soon.
You’re an uncreative and bored developer? Good for you, I’m an idiot with too many ideas and no programming knowledge. We recently released the missing part of the API for QUOTE.fm. Now there is this beautiful thing you could do a lot of interesting things with and there are many people who would do something, […]
We just released the Send to QUOTE.fm button. It’s one of those things that you can include in your site to let your readers interact on a more pleasant way with your content. The button features a lot of things. To quote (hehe) myself: Save to QUOTE.fm Read – Let your readers easily save your […]
Yours truly: Dear developers, we know, we know. It’s about time. So let’s not waste more of it and cut right to the chase: Our API with write access is out now. Please read this getting started guide to get comfortable with our authentication method. We’re really looking forward to the things that can be […]
The best RSS reader out there now supports QUOTE.fm in its iPhone and finally also in its OS X version. From now on you’re able to recommend great stories directly from your RSS reader and you can save them to QUOTE.fm Read. Go get Reeder. It’s worth the few bucks and you won’t find a […]
Yours truly: Today we’re happy to announce that we’ve released two new features. Well one of them is a feature, the other is a cosmetic improvement. Yes, yes, we did. New and improved e-mails and when you save a page for later reading, we’ll check if it is devided into several pages and stitch them […]
Philipp: Recently we changed our development process quite a bit by moving from self-hosted Subversion to Github. After some weeks working with the new set up I thought it may be the right time to write something about the whole story. Philipp wrote a piece on how our developers at QUOTE.fm (which means: Everyone but […]