Justin and I are privileged to have ETA highlighted by Apple in its latest Newsroom article. For nearly 10 years we've been an active member of the Apple Developer Program. As of January 2021 we represent two of the 156,000 developers and designers that the industry supports.
Our seven years with ETA have been an exciting ride. ETA began as a simple dashboard of favourite locations. Now, after years of iterative releases it's a comprehensive logistics platform for iPhone and Apple Watch with integrations with iMessage, Siri, Today View and Home Screen widgets. We're so thankful for our hundreds of thousands of customers that have supported us over this time.
See below excerpts from Apple's article:
The global challenge of being punctual when travelling led the two-person team behind ETA to devise a simple, beautiful app for iPhone and Apple Watch. ETA calculates and presents travel time at a glance, keeping users up to date on their estimated time of arrival by using widgets in iOS and complications on Apple Watch faces.
“The App Store provided us with the ability to solve a problem faced by those in cities around the world and present them with a simple and elegant solution. Access to watchOS and Apple’s growing suite of APIs means we continue to reinvent and refine our app and customer experience, while the App Store handles global distribution and monetisation,” said ETA Co-founder Justin Almering.
Thanks again to Apple for including us in this article. We're inspired to continue our work creating great app experiences for our customers. Stay tuned for lots of exciting things coming in 2021!
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