These are some side-projects I like to experiment with in my free time. Some are on Testflight and some Github. If you’re interested in being a beta-tester DM on Twitter.
Logger lets you quickly take a note then get back to what you were doing. I needed something simple for recording small bits of information with minimal disruption and zero pressure to organize.
Podster is a barebones experience for people who listen to lots of podcasts. I lack the will to wait for Apple’s Podcasts app to refresh the 100+ shows I subscribe to so I built a much faster and better organized solution.
Flash helps you remember small bits of information using a spaced repetition algorithm. My memory is really bad so I’m playing around with ways to make it better.
Readernaut lets you share what you’re reading. I’m a pretty heavy reader and always curious what other people are reading. This was my attempt back in 2007 to unlock that information and it’s been a passion project ever since.
itc — Got tired of asking friends for their email address to add them to TestFlightprojects so I made a little command-line tool to interact with iTunes Connect directly, which can also be used to power web forms.
Play — The Sonos controller was very frustrating to use (it has since gotten better). I decided to rebuild it with easy access to functionality that seemed most important: managing volume, grouping speakers and picking things to play. I wrote about my experience.
Flap Flap — When the Flappy Bird creator suddenly took his game out of the App Store I decided to learn SpritKit and rebuild it in an evening.