Monday, 26 April 2010

I’ve received a number of emails this morning complimenting me on a YouTube video showing a new app that syncs with iTunes via the WiFi connection. The only problem is, I’m not the same Greg Hughes that wrote the app.

To see what all the geeky excitement is about, watch the video below.

The Greg Hughes in question is actually a guy in the United Kingdom. He tells me he’s a 2nd-year Computer Science student at the University of Birmingham. What he’s built looks pretty cool. I hope that when my namesake submits his app to the Apple Store, they accept it and let all of us get at it (I’m wondering if they won’t approve based on past decisions, and if they’ll say it performs an action already provided by an Apple product -- but I’d sure love to be proven wrong on this one).

The app is set to be submitted at the Apple App Store soon according to the author, and it looks like we can check for the latest information at (there’s not much there as of the time of this writing, but that will almost certainly change) and there’s a Twitter account at to check out.

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Monday, 26 April 2010 07:19:43 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Sunday, 02 May 2010 22:44:22 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)

We have been trying to get wifi syncing working for an app and having difficulty.

Would you be available for some consulting on this? It could be a big help for an interesting app.


Professor John Amaral
Thursday, 01 July 2010 09:16:22 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
BUYER BEWARE - Do NOT expect ANY support from Greg Hughes if you encounter any problems with his Wi-Fi Sync software. I purchased the Windows version of Greg’s Wi-Fi Sync software and attempted to install on several PC’s with the same results “application failed to start”. I submitted a friendly trouble ticket on Greg’s support site over a month ago and Greg has made NO attempt to respond. A second trouble ticket also went unanswered as did a request for a refund. PayPal will only assist if the software was purchased via EBay, not Cydia. Jay Freeman of Cydia also didn’t respond to my email requesting assistance. BUYER BEWARE!
Steve Cary
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