It’s been a little while since we’ve updated the Tumblers, so we’re taking some time to look back and reflect on the history of the app, and some of the changes that we made.
The app’s launch back in July of 2015 was an exciting time for the app community.
It was a bit of a surprise, but also a little bit of an oddity.
The app’s release coincided with the launch of the iPhone 7 Plus, and the app’s design was a departure from the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
It had a rounded, squared look, with rounded corners and rounded edges.
This was very much a smartphone experience at the time, and we all felt that the design of the Tumbs was something to embrace.
However, the Tums didn’t immediately sell out, and despite a number of great reviews, the app was ultimately discontinued.
A few months later, in April 2017, we decided to do something a little different.
We wanted to change the Tummy’s design to be a little more contemporary, and it was at that point that we decided that we wanted to get rid of the rounded corners.
It’s a little odd that we were doing this when we were still working on the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X. But it worked out.
This time around, we wanted the Tumbs to look a little modern.
We took the same design approach to the design as we did with the iPhone and iPad.
The Tums were still square, with a rounded edge around the top and a rounded corner at the bottom.
However we went about the process of removing the rounded edges by adding some text to the sides of the device, and by changing the color of the edges.
We made the Tummies a little brighter, with brighter text and a lighter color, to make the overall look more modern.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 also featured rounded corners, but those edges were actually made to look more natural.
The change was subtle and subtle, but it was enough to make a difference.
We were still experimenting with the Tummels, but the results were great.
It wasn’t quite the TUMBERS that we had in mind, but we thought the design looked better and felt more modern in our hands.
The Tumbles had become a popular tool in the schools in the US and were a great way for parents to get a new, personalized, educational experience.
We also knew that they would be a great place for parents, teachers, and students to share their Tummy with friends.
The design of our Tumblrs, and especially the look of the phone, has been a source of pride for us for years.
We had a lot of feedback about the look and feel of the design, and while there was a lot to work on, we felt that we could build something that was better than what was available on the market.
We were able to do that because we have a very large team and we’re extremely passionate about what we do.
Over the last year, we have been working on improving the Tumbles design and making it even better.
In June of 2018, we were able get the design right with the help of some amazing artists.
We worked with artists that had extensive experience with children’s toys and had the skills to bring a unique, modern design to the Tumes.
These amazing artists also worked closely with the team at Apple, and were able find the right artists for our Tumbs.
I want to thank the artists and the designers who helped us bring this Tumb to life.
We are very grateful for the help and the feedback from the Tumeers community.
As we look back on the Tumble era, we know that the Tuntums are something that is a big part of our lives, and that we will always treasure them.
We will always remember those moments of joy and celebration when we are with our kids and our friends, and always remember how the Tump’s design has changed over time.
We love you, everyone.
We love our kids, we love our friends.
We want to give thanks for the TUBS for making the Tumbling experience so special.
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