Here you have another short recording of the language learning app interface I’m working on. Different views, a bit of learning functionality and editing.
Sometimes one short message offsets all the long nights spent on writing code. I got a nice email from someone who uses my Watch Case app with a collection of more than 45 pieces. It made my day…😁💥
I sometimes wonder why in general people didn’t have any issues buying music albums for more than $10 but think that $3 for an app is a “steep pricing”. Also… those apps are run on a $1000+ devices…. What Apple did to the whole market is astonishing….
What is a better place for people from those to countries to meet than an airport in Barcelona? 🙂 #bcnConnectsPeople
Watch Case 2019.5 has been approved yesterday and the new version is on the App Store now. I’m particularly proud with how the app works on iPads so please give it a try on a bigger screen and with a keyboard.
I think the new design looks pretty decent 🙂 It is hard to design an app that is mainly a fancy input form but I was trying to introduce hierarchy and clean up the interface so it is more consistent and easier to use.
This new version of Watch Case will introduce lots of new features, will work on iPads and well… I’m making it 100% free. Wether you collect watches or don’t really care about it but want to install something new on your phone, I will appreciate your feedback! Test Flight
I’ve spent most of the weekend working on an iPad version of Watch Case. The tricky part wasn’t the UI but the syncing of data between multiple devices. Hopefully I didn’t introduce too many glitches….
My goal with Watch Case App is to create an unified experience to catalog watch collections. Sort of like Notes app does for notes. I’m excited for #marzipan once it arrives 🙂 One codebase sounds tempting.