CocoaNuts, the developers behind popular Cydia tweaks such as Yourtube 2 and MarkRead, have after what has felt like an eternity, finally updated their latest bluetooth file sharing app Celeste to v1.0- 73.
Celeste was met with bitter reception after its initial release with a plethora of bugs found by users who had purchased it at its limited time launch price of $7.99. Although initial releases are expected to have bugs and faults, Celeste was in no shape to be released. It also didn’t help that at the time, its dependency tweak ActionMenu was not updated for iOS 4.3 and wasn’t reportedly playing nice with Celeste. It was broken.
Initial Twitter updates from the developers appeared promising but with its last update on Celeste’s status on the 10th of April many users were left in the dark as to Celeste’s future other than the promise that the tweak would be fixed “…very, very soon”.
An update was finally pushed out of no where on June 13th, with no announcement of its release on the @CelesteSupport and @CocoaNuts Twitter feeds…