for iPhone and iPod touch
Current Version: 2.1
Updated: May 19, 2013
Age Rating: 12+
Programmer: Daniel Farrelly
Publisher: Chase Sequence Co.
Multiplex for iPhone® and iPod touch® has been completely rebuilt with a great new interface! Dive into the archives, browse the Cast bios, and read the Notes from the Manager blog posts, all from the comfort of your iPhone or iPod touch!
The Multiplex app is FREE and completely ad-free.
iPad® Users: While the app is currently built for iPhone and iPod touch, it will run great on your iPad, too — strip images look crisp, even when the app is pixel-doubled. A universal app update is planned for a future release.
New in Version 2.1: Just in time for iOS 8, Multiplex for iPhone and iPod touch has been updated for iOS 7!
• Fixes an app-breaking issue that caused certain strip images to freeze the app.
• Fixes an error message that would sometime appear when first launching the app.
• Fixes an issue where the Notes from the Manager would not appear immediately.
• Updates the UI for iOS 7. So pretty!
Feedback and Bug Reports
Please leave a comment below if you’ve found any bugs or want to request features
for future versions of the Multiplex app! Or just e-mail Gordon!
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App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
About the Cartoonist
Gordon McAlpin lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with his girlfriend Karyn and their two cats, Punk and Sydney. In addition to working on Multiplex, he is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design (Interactive Design track) at the University of Minnesota. While he has never worked at a movie theater, he has had several equally terrible jobs.
About the Programmer
Daniel Farrelly isn’t usually called that, except maybe by his mother. Most of the time he goes by Jelly and lives with his wife in Canberra, Australia. When he’s not developing iOS applications, he co-hosts podcasts, does illustration, and plays piano. His top three favorite movies are Big Fish, Back to the Future, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.