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Introducing 8.0

Roastmaster 8.0 Is Here

Roastmaster for iOS 8 is available for download from the App Store. This update brings a number of great new features and workflow enhancements, as well as iOS 8, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus support!

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Roastmaster is Moving

Well, to a different Facebook page anyway. We invite everyone who has liked the old Roastmaster page to like our new page – Roastmaster Community instead. Why the change? Well… a while back, Facebook decided to do away with what used to be called “App Pages” (like ours), and moved instead to a hybrid “App/Fan” page. Now, this is a …

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Introducing Roastmaster for iOS 7

It’s exciting to announce that the new version of Roastmaster is available for download from the App Store – retooled and optimized for iOS 7. This version brings a host of interface and workflow improvements, including:

  • A fresh, clean, content-oriented interface – designed to be at home on iOS 7
  • Data Logging support for the BlueTherm Duo and iCelsius BBQ probes
  • Curve targeting and label features in the Roast Analyzer
  • A myriad of workflow improvements and productivity enhancements

Read more to find out what’s new in this update…

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Introducing Version 4.1

Roastmaster 4.1 is available on the App Store. I you haven’t installed it already, grab the update and check out what’s new, including: Advanced Reporting and tab delimited report export, J Type thermocouple support, Analyzer interface enhancements and more.

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Introducing Version 4.0

It is with great excitement that I can finally announce that Roastmaster 4.0 for iOS is live on the App Store! It’s been a long wait for many folks itching for the update – 10 months to be exact. For me, it’s been 9 months of development – lots of fun, and lots of hurdles. For the folks patiently waiting – thank you for your patience. I knew going into this update, based on the features I wanted to tackle, that it would mean a dry spell for updates, but I couldn’t be happier with the end product.

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