Tamper brings Morning to the iPhone

Morning pulls together users’ need-to-know information in a concise and beautiful format to help them start their day

SAN FRANCISCO, April 10, 2014 — Tamper, an independent development and design studio, today has released a major update to its popular iPad app Morning. This update, version 1.5, adds support for the iPhone making Morning a Universal app. The iPhone version is not just a scaled down version of the iPad version, but a totally redesigned experience made specifically for smaller screens.

Morning puts the day’s essential information front and center, taking information from other apps on their device. Users can pick from and rearrange a growing array of available panels including weather, reminders, commute time, news, calendar, stocks, and time. This may expand to integrate with other apps its users depend on. The app’s display can also be customized in the user’s favorite color.

Since Morning was launched last June, it has been featured by Apple multiple times in the App Store™, as well as being selected as part of the ‘App Store Best of 2013’ by the App Store Editorial team. As of last November, Morning has been pre-installed on iPad demo units in Apple’s retail stores around the world.

The app is a collaboration between designer Chris Masterson, 18, and programmer Jeff Dlouhy, 26, both from San Francisco. They founded Tamper in early 2013.

Morning is available today on the App Store at the price of $3.99 US and runs on any Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch running iOS version 7.0 or higher. More information is available at


Tamper, an independent development and design studio, is a two man team working to make the best iOS and Mac apps around. Morning is their first effort and is currently available for iPhone and iPad on the App Store.