3 years, 2 iOS apps, and a new site

In March of 2018, I wrote my first Tectra program. It was a basic web browser called Satin Web, and it was the first thing I made with C# and Windows Forms. It is now March 2021, three years later, and I am very excited to announce that the next chapter for Tectra is here. After hours of work, I have finally completed my first two iOS apps and have created a new site from scratch to go along with them. There is a lot to cover, so let's begin!

iOS Apps

TaskNudge

TaskNudge is the first of my two iOS apps. It's pretty simple but very handy! Essentially, it lets you write a single, short-term task and get notified to complete it every 1-60 minutes, depending on what you choose. If you are easily distracted when you use your devices, have trouble remembering to do things, or need a bit of a nudge to get something done, TaskNudge might just be the app for you!

Best of all, TaskNudge is very simple and easy to use, while being more useful than something like a timer or alarm. Once you get the hang of it, it can prove itself to be an incredibly helpful tool!

Compliment Moi

Believe it or not, my other iOS app is actually a new version of ComplimentMe! This new version has many advantages over its Android counterpart, too. It has a nicer UI, more features, and makes it easy to share compliments with friends. Overall, I think it turned out really well!


Anyway, those are my first two iOS apps! I am very happy with how both of them have turned out, and I hope you are, too.

The New Site

Of course, we can't forget about the new site! While I did really like my old site, it was time for an update. As a result, I decided to make a new one from scratch! 

The new site is simpler, easier to navigate, and more polished than the old one. It's taken a while to make, and I'm very happy with the result!


Thanks for reading, and I hope you like my first 2 iOS apps and the new site! These last three years have been awesome, and I look forward to seeing what comes next.

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