Seasons 3.1 released

The latest version of Seasons has just been released and brings some further  improvements as well as some bugfixes the our latest major release of Seasons.

Seasons 3 released

We’re proud to announce that your latest version of Seasons is out! Celebrate with us the 2nd birthday of Seasons with new features:

  • Support for Retina display
  • Seasonal data for Australia
  • Australian farmers’ markets
  • Improved farmers’ market data in US
  • All content localised to Spanish
  • 43 new product entries


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How to: change region setting in 2.0

When you launch Seasons the first time you get asked for your region setting. If you’re running Seasons on an iPhone you probably make use of the GPS positioning.

However, if you travel somewhere else you might find youself in another state or country. If you ever wondered how to change the region setting after the initial setup there is a simple way. Just open your iPhone’s Settings and scroll down to the Seasons entry. Once you select this (1) you will have the chance to change the region setting (2) again. Apart from the supported regions you can also select the autodetect option which will try to select the correct region using location positioning.

By the way: besides the region you can also select the language you want all entries to be displayed in. This can either be English, German or French.

Seasons 2.0 released

By the first anniversary of Seasons we finished version 2.0. Besides an overall improved user experience and better performance we introduced a global farmers markets search feature to the app.

For that we are working with external data providers. For the UK and Ireland we chose Local Food Advisor. For users in any other country data is provided by the well know service Qype.

Seasons 1.3 released – Now supporting US and France.

New release of version 1.3

Whether being at the supermarket or choosing a menu at a restaurant – we have to decide what to eat every single day. Seasons, an application made for the iPhone, makes it now easier for customers across Northern America and Europe to experience produce all at the very peak of freshness just as nature intended.

Seasons for the iPhone and iPod Touch provides all the information you need to make the right decisions when choosing your food. The database of the application contains 170 entries of fruits, vegetables, lettuce, herbs, mushrooms and nuts.


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