Nobody has officially registered this bug, but it may have been noticed. Version 1.1.0 does not correctly honor the preference setting concerning whether or not Roastmaster should play sounds.
iOS 4 was a major upgrade, and Apple seems to have made a lot of under-the-hood changes. One of the areas affected was the audio system. After I submitted version 1.1 to the App Store, while it was still in review, I found that while in Roastmaster on iOS4, if you received a text message or phone call, Roastmaster’s audio did not function for the remainder of the time it was launched. This, obviously, would be quite a problem for people who use the alarm function.
I pulled the update from review, and rewrote the entire sound engine from scratch. This was much easier than I expected, given the improvements Apple made behind the scenes to its audio architecture. I tested all aspects of it well, from receiving calls and texts, both during a session, and after being moved to the background – everything worked great. Everything, that is, except the one thing I forgot about – the preference setting. I had neglected to wire it to the new sound engine.
Sorry to any who might prefer to have the sounds turned off. I didn’t discover this until after the update was approved and live. This will be fixed in the next update.