I’ve been an Android developer for 7 years, I’ve had 20+ apps on the app store, hundreds of thousands of downloads, had apps featured on Lifehacker, Gizmodo & Yahoo.com (when Yahoo was still kinda cool), worked for more clients than… Read More »Why your App Developer Résumé sucks — and how to fix it
So I recently received a cease & desist letter from a rather large company (think Google large), I won’t say who, requesting I remove one of my apps from the Play Store, an app which allowed the user to auto-reply… Read More »Cease & Desist: Can using Android’s Notification Listener violate another apps T&C’s?
I mentioned on a previous post that in my opinion an app’s (relative) success always comes down to the ratings. A good rating & more people will be inclined to give your app a try, a poor rating & it’s… Read More »The easiest way to get 5* reviews for your app? Just ask. (RatingManager Library)
A lot of my apps make use of things like the users contact list, evaluating bluetooth & wifi connections to trigger some particular action, displaying a list of the users currentlyinstalled apps.. Many basic things that have a few common… Read More »Boilerplater Libraries: Device Utils
If you’ve been building Android apps for a while you’ll know that most apps have a number of things in common that you end up writing over & over again, and I’m not talking about findViewById.. (if you’re still doing… Read More »Boilerplate libraries: Simple Changelog
A month ago (Jan 2018) I released my newest android app, Remindee. In that short period of time it grew from 0 to 15k active users in a month and even got featured on the Next Web, Android Police amongst… Read More »0 to 15K active users in a month: Tips from a #IndieDev
One of the things I’ve always loved about Android is it’s openness. It’s a real operating system allowing you to create, conceptualise & develop innovative apps that enhance the users experience. That’s where I’ve found my niche when it comes… Read More »How to reply to Android App Notifications — the magic of Can’t Talk