The last couple of weeks have been pretty busy. We got lots of great feedback and over 25k visitors from the hacker news community in less than 24 hours. If you are interested here’s what they had to say, click here.
The awesome guys over at Heroku used iorad to showcase their new dataclips product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Big big big news
HTML player and instant translations in 50 languages is now live. If you embedded the old flash player and want the more amazing HTML player with instant google translations, just log into Iorad and get the new embed codes. I promise it’s worth it.
We love losing….
There’s really only one thing that can make you celebrate losing… Losing weight! My main man, Oleg, was able to optimize the hell out of the tutorial recorder from 4.2mb to under 1 mb…
What does this mean for you, dear user? Start time of the iorad app is seeing 250% improvement.
The cool thing about my job is connecting with our users. We get lots of great feedback everyday on how to make iorad better. On my luckiest day, I will connect with someone that will spend their valuable time and listen to my long winded answers and spoonfeed me a healthy dose of common sense. Today that person is usability extraordinaire William Buntz. Thanks for the great feedback on the homepage! You’re the best William!
Your wish is our command! We just added something that’s been on your wishlist for a while. The ability to eliminate the browser frame from your recording. If you happen to be recording a Firefox or IE browser, you will magically see a Fit Content button on the capture frame. Clicking this will snap the recording frame to just the content area, getting rid of of all your pesky browser toolbars, giving you more real estate to work your magic. The bad news is it won’t work on Chrome or MAC OS. We’ll let you know if they add support for this feature.
Give it a try and let me know what you think!
It does not matter how slow you go so long as you do not stop.
We first launched about a year ago, but unfortunately the app sucked at the time. The tremendous number of users that signed up, told us we were on to something. So we went into hiding determined to deliver a bigger, badder and simpler version. It’s that time again. Give the NEW iorad a try!