My First Sketch Using Paper on the iPad

Posted on Saturday, April 14th, 2012

I thought paper was a bit of a fad the first time I heard about it on the iPad. How could an app that’s simply allows you to draw firstly not already be done, but secondly, be any good? Well I’m pleased to say I was wrong. Even using fingers and my primitive drawing skills […]

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The Effect of New Year (Resolutions) on iPhone Fitness App Sales

Posted on Thursday, January 12th, 2012

So the my (first) paid app, ‘Weight Tracker‘ in the iTunes app store has always performed medicorly.. I mean it’s never really performed that well, nor has it performed badly.. However, it seems new years is a completely different story, in the lead up to New Years eve (and for a few days afterwards) our […]

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appMobi XDK delivers free cross-platform developerment (Like PhoneGap!)

Posted on Thursday, August 4th, 2011

The Chrome Web Store welcomed a new arrival today, and it goes by the name of appMobi XDK. While the addition is targeted squarely at developers, it’s entirely free and packs quite a doozy — cross-platform HTML5 software development from within the web browser. As you might expect, the tool is perfect for making applications […]

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