Originally Posted by Buano
Multi-platform functionality is definitely a measure of how advanced consumer computer applications are. It's good that you are planning an iphone version, but not having a Mac compatible version is sad. Many of us that want the highest technology have Macs because they are better computers based on speed, performance & reliability. Yes, Dell computers are cheap, but that's not the best measure of advanced technology.
Being in software development for 30 years and involved with Apple products and Windows based systems since they came out - I do have extreme insight into both systems. Each has their advantages and disadvantages. I own seceral of each and they each excel and fail in different aspects. A software product not supporting one or the other has nothing to do with the level of technology nor sophistication of the product. As developers we want to support as much as we can - in this case and with our users the Windows machines out number the Macintosh systems so our first platform is Windows - in addition the cheaper laptops often make better range laptops due so the fact that many people don't want to take an expensive computer to the range.
I want to make this clear so people aren't mislead into thinking our product is not advanced or sophisticated because we don't yet support the Mac platform. We do look forward to supporting as many operating systems as we can - we want everyone to be able to use our products