- We understand that the experience was frustrating and we apologize for any confusion about tap out ads in the iPhone version of Epi that did not allow users to download Gourmet Live. These ads were pulled, and again, we are sorry for the disturbance you may have had while experiencing Epicurious.
- We know you’re interested – passionate even – about getting Gourmet Live for the iPhone and we are thrilled that you feel this way. Please trust us when we say that the roadmap for 2011 has this development as a top priority.
- You will need to close and reopen the Epicurious app to ensure that the issue is completely resolved.
As always, your feedback influences where we focus our efforts, so we want to continue to hear from you. You set the bar pretty high in 2010 telling us via Facebook, Twitter, email and the App Store what you thought (good and bad), you gave us ideas and direction, and you shared your stories and Rewards.
The result (thanks in no small part to your contribution) was a Gourmet Live we were very proud of, and one that folks really took note of as demonstrated in some end of the year-end round-ups on GigaOm, Poynter and The Good Men Project, to name a few. So stay tuned in 2011, and again, we thank you for your commitment in 2010.