The Notetaker is a notes/photos app that allows you to quickly type in notes or take photos of anything that you want to take note of. It can also sync to your Google Drive (requires log in). The Notetaker's editor also allows you to undo/redo changes before you save them, by just swiping left/right. Supports iOS7! Get it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-notetaker/id707128893?ls=1&mt=8
Translate stuff from your menubar. Get it from the App Store (tm)! Plus we've got some promo codes for it floating around on twitter. If you run out, you can always just buy it and help us out :)
RedditTab is an app that sits on your menubar, allowing you to browse reddit with one click. It's perfect for when you are at work - you will never have to alt-tab again. Download it from here!
The Spelling Machine is now on the App Store! The Spelling Machine is an app to help you be familiar with spelling some of the most common words in the English language. It uses voice-synthesis, and also implements a simple game mechanic by keeping track of your score, to better motivate you and help you brush up on your spelling skills. Perfect for young kids and people who are learning English as a secondary language.
Get it from here!
I just recently got a Raspberry Pi and am looking at what I can do with it, and the first thing that comes to mind is to PLAY GAMES (duh). Since it comes with Python, developing with Pygame was one of the first things that came to mind. To brush up on Pygame, I wrote a Chip-8 emulator. I couldn't find proper documentation for Super Chip-8 instructions, but as soon as I do I'll add in support. The code is pretty well-documented so anyone who wants to learn how emulation works or is just interested in seeing the code can jump right in. It still has timing problems, but you can play PONG pretty well with it.
Grab the code at:
(and follow me while you're there)
LD48 #23 is my first ever game jam, and it shows - I'm expecting quite a low score as this is my first Basic4GL game, and I'm currently out of town LOL :). But the idea is quite good, I'm thinking of creating an improved version for mobile devices.
Here is the archive with the binary and sources. This was built with Basic4GL and should work on Windows machines.
Comic Bookie is now on the Mac App Store (tm). It's a super simple app that lets you read CBZ comic books quickly and easily, with very little overhead. You can navigate through pages using your mouse or keyboard. Check it out here, or try it out with these promo codes. :)
It should be obvious by now that I may know my way around creating apps, but not in coming up names for them. RSSimple, a super-easy feed reader/notifier, is now on the Mac App Store (tm)!
Here are some promo codes for those who want to try it out. If these run out, you can always help me out and get it from the App Store :)