I’ve updated Note list to version 4.0.1. This update adds the option to select the background color of the note. I’ve also updated the design of the note home screen widgets and the note edit screen. Change log v4.0.1. Fixed: … Continue reading
I Made a big list of Android development resources links on my new website Android dev resources. The list features links for designing, developing and publishing apps and links to blogs and communities for Android development. You can visit the … Continue reading
I’ve posted a guide for starting with Android development on my new site Android Dev Resources, click here to read the article.
Note l!st passed the 500k downloads on Google Play this week! To celebrate the “All pro features” upgrade option is on sale from € 5,15 for € 2,55. (Sale starts today 28-march-2014 until 30-march-2014) Get Note l!st at Google Play: … Continue reading
Android comes with a nice default font but in some cases you might want to use a different font. In this post I will show you how you can use a custom font in your Android apps. Include font as … Continue reading
Linear clock now allows you to select a twelve hour band to use in the widgets. Download from Google Play Change log – Added: 12 hour band. – Changed: It is now possible to use the widget on your lock … Continue reading
You can now synchronize your notes accros multiple devices with Note l!st’s latest update. Simply connect Note l!st to your Google drive™ account and Note l!st will do the rest.
It’s now the first day of 2014, 2013 was a fun and exciting year for me. The user base of my apps has grown and my app Note l!st has even been featured on the front page of XDA and … Continue reading
To celebrate this years holiday season, my app Linear clock pro will be on sale from $1.50 for $0.99. I Wish everyone a joy for the next day’s! Get Linear Clock Pro from Google Play
Thanks to the amazing help of Mirko Dimartino with the latest update, Wish l!st is now fully translated in Italian. The update also removes the ad banner from the view item screen, making using Wish l!st nicer than before. Try … Continue reading