Category Archives: Apps

Applications, mobile or otherwise, that I’ve built or recommend

Tinnitus Therapy app

Tinnitus Therapy PROI created a groundbreaking app to treat tinnitus using the proven ‘notch therapy’ technique, which is backed by years of scientific research. The app reached number 4 in the charts for Health & Fitness apps recently and I have received lots of great feedback about the treatment! Continue reading Tinnitus Therapy app


 

Android’s 64-bit requirement puts pressure on Adobe

UPDATE: Enter the Harman – Since writing this post, Samsung subsidiary Harman finally waded in to announce they will take over development of the AIR platform on a commercial basis. This should bring better support and more frequent updates, as a commercial model for AIR makes more sense than as a vanity project for Adobe. Read the community’s feedback here.

And Harman have just released their official AIR SDK version 33 with 64-bit support for Android!


 

Google recently reiterated that, when Android Q launches, they’ll start enforcing a requirement for all Android apps using native code to provide a 64-bit version as they phase out 32-bit support. As you’d expect, this has far-reaching implications for app developers, depending on the languages and libraries they use – particularly for Unity and Adobe AIR developers. Continue reading Android’s 64-bit requirement puts pressure on Adobe

Thailand Survival Guide

I just launched a new app. It’s an offline travel guide for tourists visiting Thailand, containing lots of vital information about laws, visa regulations, shopping, transport and how to avoid the common scams. Android only for now – go have a look.

Be a DJedi

I created a little YouTube party mixer, complete with a crossfader and ‘automix’ capability – for all you budding bar DJs. It uses the YouTube Data API and a whole lot of JavaScript. Continue reading Be a DJedi