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A New LinkBoard Update!

Earlier this month, I launched LinkBoard, a reimagining of my older app, LifeBoard. Since then, I’ve been hard at work on a new update for LinkBoard, and I’m excited to say that this update is finally complete! It is known as “v2.1.0,” and it makes a wide variety of improvements to the app. So, here’s what's new: Edit Links: You can now edit a link by holding it and pressing the “Edit” button that appears at the bottom of your screen. From there, you can make whatever changes you need to. Saving Space: In this update, I have also changed a few things to allow for more links to be displayed at once while still not looking too cluttered. Pretty handy! The Little Things: As is often the case with updates of this sort, I have made several smaller tweaks and improvements that should make the app even more stable, reliable, and intuitive. You can get the latest version of LinkBoard from the  Play Store . I hope you like it, and thanks for reading!
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Plans for Late September and October 2021

Hey, everyone! It is once again time for another post regarding future plans, and this one is for late September and all of October 2021. As usual, I have quite a bit planned, but I am also busier than ever at the moment. So, keep in mind that some of these plans may not come to fruition on time or at all. That said, there is a lot to be excited about, and here are the things that I hope to do in the next month or so: Major Violoncello for Android Update:  I have been working on the Android version of Violoncello a great deal lately. I am hoping to release a pretty major update for it sometime in the next month or so. There is still plenty left to do, but I think this update will be worth the wait! Violoncello for iOS Improvements:  If you're a Violoncello for iOS user, you also have a ton to be excited about! I have several plans for this version of the app, and though I will probably be focusing on its Android counterpart first, I hope to release a major update for Violoncello f

Meet LinkBoard: LifeBoard Reimagined

LifeBoard hasn’t had the easiest life. It originally launched as my first paid app, but I decided to make it free after the launch of Violoncello. After that, it was always a bit of an afterthought for me, especially once I started getting into iOS development. On top of all of that, it was becoming increasingly clear that LifeBoard was lacking some much-needed direction. So, at long last, I have gone ahead and reimagined what LifeBoard can be. It’s still very much the LifeBoard you may know and love, but a lot has also changed. The result of this rethinking is LinkBoard: a new way to save links for later. Why Links? What makes LinkBoard more appealing than simply dropping a link in a notes app or bookmarks manager? Quite a few things, actually! Here are some of them: All sorts of links: LinkBoard lets you store links to websites, email addresses, locations, and phone numbers. It’s very handy to be able to save so many different types of links in one place! Filter links: Whether it be

A new update for binoc!

Hey, everyone! While it may not be the major update for one of my older projects that I recently teased, I have released an update for binoc that makes several improvements to the app. These include a new icon that fits in better with the rest of my apps, some bug fixes, a wide variety of UI improvements, and a couple of tweaks to the app’s widgets. It’s definitely a pretty exciting update, and you should be able to download it from the  Play Store   soon. I hope you like it, and stay tuned for more updates regarding my projects, old and new!

Various August 2021 Updates

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A Small but Awesome Violoncello for iOS Update

Hey, everyone! While I don’t usually write posts on smaller app updates these days, I thought I would make an exception for version 1.2.1 of Violoncello for iOS. The most notable feature this update introduces is a handy new back gesture for the browser, but it also adds support for the HTML “hr” tag and fixes some pesky bugs. Overall, though it may not be the most exciting update, I would say that it makes some pretty important improvements to the app. As always, you can get the latest iOS version of Violoncello from the  App Store . Enjoy!

Violoncello for Android v1.8.0 is here!

Hey, everyone! It is once again time for a new Violoncello for Android update. This one is known as v1.8.0, and it makes a ton of improvements to the bookmarks manager and many other parts of the app. Here's what's new: Sort Bookmarks: You can now choose between sorting new bookmarks by when they were added or alphabetically! Custom Bookmark Titles: Violoncello now lets you enter custom titles for your bookmarks. Homepage Setting: You can now choose to use the default Violoncello homepage or a website of your choice instead. UI Improvements: I have made some improvements to the app's user interface and updated some icons. Bug Fixes: Finally, I have also dealt with some pesky bugs. Hooray! Those are most of the main changes I have made in this update, though I have also made several minor tweaks that I'll let you discover for yourself. Overall, I feel that this is a pretty major update to the app! I've put a lot of time into it, so I really hope that all of you

New School Year, New GoFrench Update

Hey, everyone! August has arrived, and after an all-too-short summer break, school is rearing its ugly head once more. Thankfully, if you take French, there is at least one thing to be excited about in these dark times: You get the perfect opportunity to try out the super spiffy, all-new GoFrench update that I just released! On a more serious note, though, I have made some pretty exciting changes to GoFrench that should make it even nicer to use. These include a more refined and mobile-friendly design, the removal of some unnecessary information and clutter, and a few handy adjustments that should make it a bit easier to use. Additionally, I've made a bunch of tweaks and improvements behind the scenes such as bug fixes and code refinements. Overall, while it may not be a complete reimagining of what GoFrench can be, I would say that this update does make some very important upgrades and changes to it. So, as school starts up again and GoFrench celebrates its second birthday, you ca