This is the first post on this blog. I will write mostly about Android programming. About things, I encounter that I find tricky or interesting. I might write about things I am currently studying and trying to make sense of. Because, after first few posts I have prepared, I can say writing about a problem is the best way how to understand it. There will be posts about Kotlin, Android Studio tips and tricks, Google tools, good (bad) old Java and other. Let’s start.
Reader’s Diary app for Windows 10 devices has been published on store. It works on phones, tablets and PC and might work on other types of devices in the future. App offers functionality of it’s Android counter part and more. You can scan barcode to search for and automatically insert book name and author.
I have just published new version of app. There are UI improvements and some bug fixes.
New version of Reader’s Diary brings completely new UI and tablet support as well as possibility to backup to JSON file and various fixes. I hope this will completely change user experience. Please let me know if you like it.
Year after release, OpenTTD Timetable Tools has been updated. Most of the app has been rewritted and new version brings new user interface, huge number of error fixes and possiblity to copy and share your timetable.
App Kitchen Drag Timer has been updated. There are following changes: There is Adjusted graphics. Notification now play all audio file, if you don’t turn it off. You can select any mp3 file. And you can save timer.
Try app and let me know how you like it.