Month: October 2020

Weekly Update – 10/29/2020

Greetings, and welcome to a blog thing! LGR joke aside, it’s Weekly Update time again! I have been hard at work on a couple projects this week, and I have news to share for both of them. So, without further ado, let’s get started! Violoncello News I am pleased to say that Violoncello’s development is […]

Weekly Update – 10/22/20

Hey, everyone! Welcome back to the new blog and the Weekly Update. More accurately, it’s the “Every-Few-Months Update”, but I hope to release it a bit more frequently than I have in recent months from here on out. So, without further ado, let’s dive into what’s new! Violoncello Updates I have been working on Violoncello […]

Violoncello

Violoncello 10/14/2020   A few days ago, I announced that a major new Android app was in the works. When I was writing that post, I thought I knew what this new app was going to be. However, after a day or two of trying to get that idea to work, I realized that it […]

A new major Android project!

A new major Android project! 10/12/2020   It feels like LifeBoard was released just yesterday. In reality, however, it’s been well over a month since LifeBoard first appeared on the Play Store. Personally, I think it’s time for a massive Android project again! Project plans and whatnot… Here are my plans for the project as […]

QuickLinks v1.2 has been released!

QuickLinks v1.2 has been released!

QuickLinks v1.2 has been released! 10/11/2020   It’s been a little while since I updated QuickLinks. As a result, I am excited to announce that a new version, v1.2, has been released! This update makes several improvements to the user interface and overall experience. In this post, I’ll cover the biggest changes that come with […]

SpeechLab Wear is here!

SpeechLab Wear is here! 10/3/2020   Happy Scary Month, everyone! To kick off October 2020, I am excited to announce that I have released a new Wear OS app. This new app is called SpeechLab Wear, and it’s a text-to-speech app for your smartwatch! What makes this particularly exciting is that I believe that this […]

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