On January 15, 2014, I plugged Immigration on episode 293 of Today in iOS, a podcast for iPhone, iPad, and iPod aficionados. The plug starts at 3:40 into the episode.
On February 6, 2014, legal-technology blogger Jeff Richardson reviewed Immigration. Reading Jeff's review, I agreed that scrolling through particular subsections was cumbersome, so I added features to allow the user to show subsections in their own windows or view the subsections in variable-length rows.
On June 16, 2014, legal-technology website Lawyerist included Immigration in a list of legal apps.
On July 11, 2014, I appeared on Jeff Deal's US Immigration Podcast to discuss Immigration. (The app, not the concept, upon which I would not comment in any public forum.)
On August 9, 2014, Johann Döwa featured Immigration's scrolling-tab-bar control on his website iOS App Dev Libraries, Controls, Tutorials, Examples and Tools.
On April 14, 2016, San Francisco Airport released TaxiQ, an app I created in partnership with the Airport and Exygy. The app provides to taxi drivers information on flights and holding-lot fullness. The app also promotes safe driving and equitable distribution of fares.
On April 21, 2016, I released RaceRunner, a run-tracking app for runners who race. The app has certain features focused on racing, for example allowing spectators to spectate runners who have the app and automatically stopping runs after a certain distance, which is useful for time trials. The Swift source code of RaceRunner is available for your enjoyment and perusal.
On June 3, 2016, I released a new version of Immigration with updates to the CFR and Practice Manuals. This version adds the Foreign Affairs Manual.
On June 9, 2016, legal-technology blogger Jeff Richardson spotlighted two new features of Immigration, better browsing of variable-length subsections and access to the Foreign Affairs Manual.