Jo Ippolito Christensen just announced on Facebook that the long-awaited app for The Needlepoint Book is almost here.
I’ve used the free version that’s available on the Web and it’s pretty useful. It has the stitch dictionary, as will the app.
Here’s the information:
?NO E-MAIL YET? E-mail Simon & Schuster at the address below.?
HAVE A THANK-YOU COPY? Read on.?
DID NOT REGISTER? Read on.
You should have gotten an email from Simon & Schuster by now. Using their link, download the Needlepoint Book App Lite. Once that’s done, tap on the three lines in the upper left corner of the screen. There will be an option there for you to sign in. Do that with the username and password that Simon & Schuster gave you in the email.
Doing that will upgrade you to the full app.
See the quote below from Simon & Schuster:
“Upgrading the app from the free “LITE” edition to the full edition, using the login info provided in the email, is relatively simple and we’ve tested on both iPhone and Android.”
If you are still having trouble, email Simon and Schuster at email@example.com . . . Don’t be shy in asking Simon & Schuster for help. They are happy to do so.
If you have a thank-you copy or have not registered yet, go to http://www.needlepointbookapp.com/ Once you get there, fill out the form. Guess at the date.
I’ll keep you updated. I can’t wait to get mine!