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Some quick updates on TaskNudge and other projects!

Hey, everyone! I have some updates for all of you on some of my projects, so I decided to just write a single post covering what's new. So, let's begin!

TaskNudge v1.2

I have released an update for TaskNudge that makes several improvements to the app. While it hasn't been approved yet at the time I'm writing this, it should hopefully be out soon!
  • Interval Input Improvements: TaskNudge now lets you type in an interval yourself as an alternative to using the stepper field.
  • UI Improvements: This update makes several improvements and refinements to the user interface. It also adds a launch screen to the app.
  • Bug Fixes: This update also squashes some bugs.
You'll be able to download the latest version of TaskNudge from the App Store once it gets approved. Enjoy!

Cleaning up

Unfortunately, I also have some bad news. With over 30 different projects to work on, it has become increasingly clear that I need to discontinue some of them. So, that's what I've done. I went ahead and axed PodStream, QuickLinks, and SpeechLab for Android (not the Wear OS version), as I felt it was time to move on from them. Additionally, I have killed off some of my older projects for more obscure platforms in order to focus on new ones. While it may be sad to see these projects go, I feel that it will be worth it in the long run. After all, having fewer things to work on allows me to have more time to perfect my existing ones and work on what's next!

Wrapping things up

That's about it for the latest news on my projects! Don't worry, I'm still working hard on Violoncello for iOS, too. Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for more updates!

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