It's a Hockey Twitter app for tweeting about Hockey, specifically the NHL teams and games.
I'll post more info on the app later but for now I am going to cover tonight's submission process. The submission took about 3 hours. This was time spent reading Apple docs, filling out App submission paper work, reworking my icon (I had it in jpg not png), reworking my App Store icon (it was a little blurry so I sharpened it up), and redoing multiple builds.
To build I needed a Distribution certificate which I could have done before and saved some time tonight (lesson learned). The artwork is now solid (I hope) so I won't need to do that for this app again.
Overall the submission went fairly smoothly; I did get annoyed by a quirk in the submission pages which kept sending me back a page and losing data I had typed. This was very frustrating but once I figured out the issue I made it through without losing data.
I'm taking a couple days break before I jump back in and get back to work. I'll be recording a preview video, redoing the website, and posting a followup when I get through the review process.
I also have an article on the decisions I made during the app and how I choose various features and approached the design. That one is still cooking and will come later.
Next week is a big week as well, I am off to Toronto for the iPhone Tech Talk.
Did I mention? I just submitted my first iPhone App? (Me -> nervous, excited, tired...)