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A Quick Update

Hey, everyone! It's been a few days since I last wrote a post, so I thought I would share a quick update about what's going on right now. New Windows Program:  I have been working on a new Windows app this last week! It will probably be a little while before it is ready, but I think you'll like it. iOS Development: This month, I have also been exploring iOS development and learning some Swift. Like my Windows project, my first iOS app will probably not be ready for a little while. I'll keep you posted on its progress. Anyway, that's what I've been working on lately. I feel like both of these projects are pretty exciting, so I'd encourage you to stay tuned for more updates!

Another small Violoncello update!

Hello, everyone! I released an update for Violoncello just a few days ago, but there was a pretty important issue that I needed to address. A few people mentioned that some links didn't work in Violoncello. The reason for this was because Jsoup (the open source HTML parser Violoncello uses) didn't automatically support relative links. Thankfully, I was able to fix this issue and a few small others in in this new update, which you can download from the Play Store . Enjoy!

A small Violoncello update!

Hi, everyone! I am pleased to say that I have released a small update for Violoncello. This update makes some refinements to the UI, fixes some bugs, and introduces an exciting new feature! What is this new feature? Many mobile browsers show and hide the navigation bar depending on the direction you are scrolling. Violoncello now does this too! However, if you don't care for this new feature, you can always disable it in settings. Check it out! You can download the latest version of Violoncello from the Play Store . I hope you like it! Before I end this post... I would just like to say thank you. I have made a lot of apps over the years, but none have done quite as well as Violoncello has these past few months. Thank you to everyone who has downloaded Violoncello, upgraded to premium, and/or left supportive ratings or reviews. I really appreciate it!

PDF Toolbox v1.5 is here

Greetings, everyone! It's been a little while, but I have finally released another PDF Toolbox update! This update adds a handy new feature, gets rid of a few useless ones, and significantly improves the user experience. What's new: Blank PDF options: One handy feature of PDF Toolbox is the ability to create blank PDFs. Now, you can change the page size and orientation, not just the number of pages! Conversion page removal: I have removed the conversion page. This is because most of the conversion tools weren't very useful, and they kind of just added clutter. UI improvements: I have made the UI look and feel quite a bit nicer and much more consistent. Bug fixes and other tweaks: Perhaps most importantly, I have fixed a lot of bugs! I have also made a number of other improvements behind the scenes to improve the user experience. You can download PDF Toolbox v1.5 from the Windows page   on my site. I hope you like it!

An update for binoc

Hey, everyone. A new binoc update has finally been released! Version 1.6 may not be the most exciting update ever, but it does make some important improvements to the app, especially in the realm of stability. What's new: - Added several new quotes and a new image category. - Fixed a number of bugs. - Made some improvements to the user interface. You can download the latest version of binoc from the Play Store . I hope you like it!

Plans for January 2021

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Hey, everyone! January is here, and I have exciting plans for this month. Here are some of the things I hope to work on: iOS development If you follow me over on Twitter, you may have seen my recent post about getting my first Mac (a late 2014 Mac mini). It can run the latest version of Xcode, so I'm excited to say that I have started working on my first iOS app! Unfortunately, I probably won't be able to release it for a little while. At the time I'm writing this, I am completely new to Swift and Xcode, so I have a lot to learn before I can release my first app. However, I do hope to spend a lot of time learning the basics of iOS development this month! binoc update I also hope to work on an update for the Android version of binoc this month. It probably won't be a huge update, but there probably will be a new feature or two. PDF Toolbox v1.5 It's been a little while since I last updated one of my Windows programs. If I have the time, I may release an u

First app update of 2021!

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Hi, everyone. I am excited to announce that I have released the first update for one of my apps in 2021! As you might have expected, the app receiving the update is Violoncello. So, in this post, I'll be going over what's new in Violoncello 1.4. Revamped Bookmarks One of the main things this update introduces is a much-improved bookmarks system! It's a lot more intuitive now, and it's certainly a big upgrade. Multi-Window Support One thing I had been meaning to add was support for multi-window mode in Android. This could certainly be helpful, especially on some foldable phones where there's more space to spread things out. Pinch-to-Zoom This is another feature that I had been hoping to add for a while, as it's quite useful! It's enabled by default now, but you can disable it if you want. Updated Icons I have updated some of the app's icons. Squashing Some Bugs Finally, I have fixed some bugs. The Conclusion Violoncello 1.4 is an update that makes a lot o

Returning to Blogger

Hey, everybody! Well, here we are again. I am very, very sorry about switching platforms once more, but WordPress just wasn't working out for me. As a result, this is once again where new blog posts will appear. Unless I absolutely have to switch again, I hope to use Blogger for the foreseeable future.