Today both Excelling and Notio have been received a compatibility update to ensure they work great under iOS9. Provided that Apple approves them both should be available for users in about a week. And now back to focusing on the new app. Marc
Late last week I was posting to announce that Notio would be discontinued. Today it’s time to announce some more positive news. After much research and discussions with trusted friends, today I’m kicking off the design phase of my new app. And, for me, this is one of the most fun phases. I love spending […]
After WWDC15, having thought long and hard, I’ve taken the decision to discontinue one of my Products: Notio. It’s an app I started with the idea of giving a new spin on notes, treating them like ideas, so that you could add multiple information to them. Although I had high hopes, initial reception of the […]
New version of Tweetbot for Mac finally released, oh boy, this is so good. The UI is gorgeous, fits right in Yosemite and the fit and finish is amazing. Strongly suggest you to check it out.
“I realized how very important it is for me to work on the software that I think about every day. I kept putting it off, but every day that I put it off hurt more than the previous day. I realized that I couldn’t continue — I have to do the work that I need […]
“Because WatchKit 1.0 is so limited and performance is so inconsistent, it’s hard to make Watch apps that are truly useful compared to just taking out your iPhone and using the full app. I believe this will always be the case to some degree, even after we get a native SDK.” Great post from Marco […]
Documenting what you have done is critical to understanding it in the future. What is clear today may not be clear in a month and, most certainly, not in a year. This may apply to other areas but is especially true in software development. However, at least for me this is one of the most […]