I’ve mentioned a few times that I’m working on a FogBugz client for the iPhone. It’s currently working well enough for my own use, but Apple’s recent behaviour has taken the wind out of my iPhone development enthusiasm, so I’m not sure when - if ever - I’ll get it into a release-worthy state. The uncertainty involved in iPhone apps makes it hard for me to justify investing a lot of time into iPhone development1.

At any rate, Calf Trail software has now released a FogBugz client for the iPhone called Inbugz. I haven’t yet tried it out, but if you’re looking for such an app, it seems pretty nice. It’s lacking search for now, but that should be addressed in the next update.

So go check it out!

  1. Unless it’s for my own use or amusement. ↩︎

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