While developing this new website, I was wondering from where my visitors were coming. The squarespace site make it easy to grab this information. And clearly, people find it directly.
This corresponds basically to what I think since the beginning: iObserve gets its reputation (and downloads) mostly through word-of-mouth. That's great because I have not enough time and energy to spend for promotion. I did it once however in the famous 'astrobetter.com' website: here, with a follow-up here.
By reading again the comments, I am horrified by the amount of things I promised I'll develop inside iObserve. These are usually still in the to-do list, but overwhelmed by the new stuff. Achieving a complete release of a software is an exercise of trying to put a storm of complexity into a fairly solid box, and say: look, you can now surf on it! That's particularly true for an app such as iObserve which has more than 80k lines of code (and many custom connectors to crazy webservices, yes, I'm looking at you JPL horizons...).
The journey is far from finished!