I decided to install this app last night. Before I realized there was a specific installer source for this app, I loaded the one that was on the general page(version 0.2.1). Then I added source and installed version 0.3.1.
NOw I am in a endless loop. When I installed the .3 version it did not update the .2 version. Every time I open Installer it wants me to update PhotoBoard. If I update the .2 version it then ask me to update the .3 version and vise versa. How do I get rid of the older version so that it will quit asking me to update?
I had this problem with a different app recently. Restarting the iPhone did not help but after a day or so, the installer app seemed to fix itself. Not sure what to think....
I just installed iSlots and it is doing the same thing and I have never had the old version on this phone. Something is not right on Installers' end.
That's not a "PhotoBoard" problem, that's an Installer.app problem that happens with any application that exists in different versions in different repositories. Within a few days, repositories are usually on the samel level again.
The only way to stop this would probably an Installer.app update that actually compares versions against each other, to recognize newer instead of just different versions.