Today is the first day my app has gone through a WootOff after its deployment onto the Windows Phone Marketplace. I’ve only tested against one WootOff back in September, so I’ve been anticipating this. So far so good. A few issues however:
- The RSS feed I pull data from appears slow. It doesnt seem in sync with the web site. This is unusual, from what I’ve seen the RSS feed is usually a few seconds ahead of the main site. I’m keeping an eye on it, hopefully its not a problem on my end.
- The Alerts pop ups for the sold out percentages is firing off to often. The idea was that if your settings are at 20%, and the sold off percentage goes from 50% to 19%, it shows an alert. It should not show another percentage alert until it hits or passes 10%. And so on with 5% and 1%. Now it spams you once it hits your settings threshold. I am sorry about this, my next update will correct this. So for now set your percentage tolerance to ‘None’ or 1% so you don’t get super annoyed by it.
Also I changed the app to shut off pivot pages based on what sites are enabled/disabled in the settings. That will also make it in the next update.