After 5 months and 1 day (precisely!) of work & fun, we finally reached this day: ArtistBox is in Appstore and you can finally download it and play with it. Tell us what you think, can we make it even better?
No, we’re not on vacation and I’m not talking about a certain “playa”, I am talking about AsturPlaya, our next iPhone app. And no, we’re not insane to launch 2 apps in 2 months, we’ve been working at both in parallel… ok, we’re insane!
ArtistBox is our latest baby iPhone app and we are proud to be able to present it to you …but not yet, we’re still polishing it!
ArtistBox is an iPhone music discovery application. It gathers all your favorite artists while also allowing you to discover new ones. It brings you all their albums, news, pictures, concerts and their biography so you can love them even more!
I will try and post his speech, slides and video but I cannot promise anything since we are about to launch a new iPhone app in 4 or 5 weeks and we are really busy ironing out the final details. Bear with me, I will try.
It was about time to come with news, I know we have been on radio silence for 3 months now – but Android is not an easy nut to crack and we wanted to make sure the app is stable before submitting it to Google Play.
We launched it now so feel free to download it, it’s free.
I know we did not post any news lately but it’s only because we’ve been really busy – Dan working on the GroupTime app (have you noticed his portfolio is increasing constantly?) and me deciding it’s time to update our Funny ABC app cause it’s been a while since we launched it and and it was about time to improve the graphics and re-write the code to improve performance.
After speaking at The Evnt in May 2011, 2012 brought to our Titanium Appcelerator developer an invitation to speak at the Appcelerator Meetup held at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona.
Dan’s speech was about building a freelance career in mobile development around the Appcelerator community but basically his idea can be applied in other areas as well.
We just launched an iOs only module that is able to create QR codes directly on the device without using an online service.
It can generate all types of codes (from 1 to 40) and with any level of correction (L, M, Q, H). You can also customize the size of the resulting QR code and it will try to adapt itself to this size to remain perfectly sharp and fully visible.
Dan Tamas was honored by the invitation to speak at TheEvnt 2011 conference in Cáceres, Spain, May 14th about his newest passion (please read obsession) and his work as a Titanium Appcelerator mobile developer.
The purpose of this talk was to present the advantages of using this framework to develop applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices and was only an introductory talk in order to present to the Spanish developers an alternative to ObjectiveC and the very popular Java.
We are happy to announce that, finally, our Rborn Development partner has grown up and decided to create his own webpage for his iPhone, iPad and Android projects. And we think the logo suits him perfectly