I am proud to announce the latest update of my app. Formerly called “ISS Live: Video from the International Space Station and NASA TV,” I’ve given it the more concise name “Space Station Live,” and it’s available now in the Apple TV App Store.
In addition to squashing a bug that caused the app to crash at launch for some users, the new version sports a new icon, one that I believe looks nicer in the grid of Apple TV icons.
It’s once again available for purchase in all regions. Unfortunately, Apple does not provide URLs for Apple TV apps, so if you’re interested in checking it out, open the App Store on your fourth-generation Apple TV and search for “Space Station Live.”
If you were affected by the crash-on-launch bug, thank you for being patient. This update should fix the issue for everyone. If you still encounter problems, please email me or send me a tweet.
I want to make this app as good as it can be. I’m working on a few great new features, and I can’t wait to share them with you.
Thank you, and enjoy Space Station Live!
The crash reports keep rolling in. Though I’ve submitted a bug fix and new build, the turnaround time for app approvals is currently estimated at four days. That means I’d essentially be selling a broken app for four days. That’s unacceptable to me.
I’ve pulled ISS Live from the Apple TV App Store until the new build is pushed to existing users. Then, I’ll be able to confirm that the problem has been resolved. After that, I’ll make it available again.
If you’re one of the affected users, hang tight. I apologize for the bug and a new build is on the way. Thank you for your patience. I’ll keep working and debugging until it’s working for everyone.
This has been frustrating, but I’m really proud of the new features and I can’t wait for you to see them.