To say I'm disappointed by this would be a massive understatement. I have been planning my 'teaser post one day, public release the next' release strategy for months. I picked a Tuesday as that's the best day to release. I arranged for my kids to be looked after this morning as they woke up so I could manage the release.
But this issue is what it is, and it needs resolving before the app can release.
I know many of you have been looking forward to the release, and I feel awful not being able to unleash the app I'm so proud of. If it's any consolation, please know that no one feels more disappointed by this false start than me.
Link Bubble is ready to go, and as soon as I get the legal all clear, I will release it. I can't provide an ETA, but I am hopeful this will be very soon.
My sincerest apologies, and thanks for your understanding.
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