The trademark issue that Keymote was involved in has been peacefully resolved and Keymote will be returning to the App Store soon under the same name. Keymote is in Apple’s hands now and is just a matter of time. We’d like to thank you for your continued support and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
We’re very sorry for all of the confusion and frustration. The issue was between Manas Tungare’s free web application that controls Keynote (the presentation software) and our application having the same name. We first received an email from Manas explaining the issue. We then replied, but never heard back from him. Manas then told Apple about the issue because of the lack of reply from us. Apple then warned us about the issue, but proceeded to take the Application off the store before we could reply back.
As it turns out, Manas did reply, but for some reason the email was not received at our end. After a lot of talking we have settled an agreement. The Keymote product page now has a link to Manas’ application to avoid confusion.
Now that Keymote is back in the store, we’re back to work. We’ve heard about the network problems and crashes some of you have been experiencing and we’re working hard to fix them. We’ve also got some great features planned for feature versions of Keymote including many of the ones you keep asking about. Keymote will only be going uphill from here.