Free versions of the Flashcard app are updated!

Android  |  March 25, 2012  |  2 responses  

After solving some issues regarding the ads I’ve included in the free version, I’ve finally published these in Google Play! Hopefully everyone who reads this blog can take a few seconds and download their language of preference and give me their feedback:

This closes a pretty important update cycle for these apps, and I’m hoping the improvements are significant enough to cause a bump in revenue (both from sales of the Pro version and in ads). We’ll have to give it a few weeks to see. I’m also hoping this will be the last major update to this app. I’ve been working on this app for about a year now, and I’m eager to pursue new app ideas.

Announcing a new language: Russian!

I’ve had this in the works for a while, and didn’t want to release this language until the updates were ready, so yesterday I was finally able to publish the Russian flashcards! If you’re feeling a little rusty on your Russian, you can pick this up here:

Any other language you’re keen on learning?

What’s next?

Feels great to have another app that I feel is mature (enough). So what’s next?

Upload to other app stores

The first thing I’m going to do is to upload the apps into several different app stores, to hopefully reach a greater amount of users. Each app store has different asset requirements, and if you multiply that by 7 languages, this means this process will take some time.

Update the Electrician Calculator Pro

I’m also in the process of updating the Electrician Calculator Pro, to include the 2011 version of the National Electrical Code. This shouldn’t take as long as the Flashcard app updates, though.

Start a new app!

I’m eager to start something new! I have several ideas floating around, and I’m analyzing which I’m ready to commit to. More on this soon.

Work on this blog

I’m thinking of the direction I want to take this blog. I’m hoping to improve it to make it as useful as possible. Any suggestions on this front?