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New Amazon Alexa Skills now available!

8 Nov
2018

This Jesus Said skill features a large assortment of verses from Jesus in the Bible. Features verses from the books of Matthew, John, Luke, Mark, Revelation & more. In certain editions of the Holy Bible these would be also known as the “red text” which is believed to be the words spoken by Jesus. The verses within this skill were pulled from the King James version of the Bible. Take care! Enjoy!

 

 

This Alexa edition version of the highly downloaded Quiz of Medicine & RX Quiz of Pharmacy apps focuses on indications for the top 100 drugs in the United States. Within this skill are questions that ask the user which medicine is used for a particular indication(s). After each question the skill presents you with four possible answers, with one of the answers being correct. Simply reply to the question at any time with the answer number that you think is correct. Quiz of Medicine Indications is a neat & quick educational drug indications trivia game that features questions for the top 100 drugs used in the United States. It’s for pharmacy technicians, pharmacists, nurses, doctors, and anyone else who’s interested in furthering and/or refreshing their knowledge of which medicines are used for specific indications. Enjoy! Take care!

 

 

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New Release: RX Quiz of Pharmacy

4 Nov
2015

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RX Quiz of Pharmacy is a massive pharmacy focused medical quiz app for Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacists, Nurses, Doctors, students, and various other people. There are six quiz types; Brands, Generics, Categories(drug classes), Indications, Abbreviations, and Law & History. The first four quiz types consists of questions for the top 100 or 200 drugs depending on which option you chose.

√ Six quiz types; Brands, Generics, Categories, Indications, Abbreviations, and Law & History

√ Thousands of pharmacy related questions

√ User friendly interface with sharp graphics

√ Statistics page that shows total questions answered, total correct, and average percentage correct

√ Verified information through various official resources

√ Real pill sound effects

√ No data connection needed to use this app

This app can be used as a test or exam prep, a study guide, or just as a tool for those in medical careers to retain present knowledge. You’re of course welcome to use the app if you’re not a student or in a medical career. Have a great day!

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Ultra Retro Game Soundboard 1.4 Update

4 Mar
2015

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  • 64-bit support (iOS)
  • Added a favorites feature! Simply hold down on a sound effect button for around 5 seconds to mark it as a favorite. If you hold down on that button again for around 5 seconds it will be unmarked. Now you’ll be able to easily remember which sounds you like the most.
  • Added new backgrounds. Some of the previous ones weren’t retro enough.
  • New loading icon
  • Faster load times

(This update went live on the Apple App Store on 02/27. Android(Amazon & Google Play) updates went live on 03/04 & 03/05. Windows version will be updated once publishing issues are resolved.)

January Mobile App Progress Report

5 Feb
2015

I didn’t have much time to develop apps in January, but a lot of the time I did have went towards reflecting on my development, releases, and results in 2014. I wrote about some of those thoughts and statistics in the 8-Bit Avrin Apps 2014 Overview post. During the first part of January I wrote a couple of app related and non-app related posts.

The Ultra Soccer Match Soundboard updates also went live on all the app stores its on throughout January. I previously updated the Apple version in December and it went live in early January, but then I noticed a minor graphical problem on the flags section so I updated it again which made version 1.4. Then after that I updated the Amazon and Windows variants with version 1.4.

During the later half of January I was able to slowly jump back into development on my numbers game. Progress on it is picking up in regards to the actual gameplay, but I still didn’t decide on a final art style. I think it will be finished or at least close to being finished in February. However, my life outside of app development has been all over the place so I’m not making a guarantee on that, but I’m really excited to release this game. It’s educational, fun, challenging, and has quick jump in gameplay. I don’t plan on releasing it until I create a trailer for it so even if I finish it in February it won’t be released until I finish the trailer.

One of my main marketing efforts in 2015 is to make promotional videos about my apps before release. I’ve done a decent job with video for some of my apps, but I’ve been somewhat lacking in this area. I think a lot of people, including myself sometimes, would rather see how something works instead of just reading about it. I think a good mix of both is the way to go in most circumstances. You can check out my current and future videos on YouTube & Vine. Well that’s enough writing for now. Back to work. Until next time ∞

July Mobile App Progress Report

2 Aug
2014
  • Ported Professor Piggy Bank to the Windows app store. My apps on Windows are still only available for tablets & PC. I may eventually have apps available for the Windows Phones too, but not anytime in the near future. For some reason the architecture for Windows tablets & Windows phones isn’t similar like the iPhone & iPad on the main engine I use.
  • Released Word Owl’s Word Search First Grade and Second Grade editions on the Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Windows App Stores. The Word Owl Word Search series is now complete. I really enjoyed working on these apps, and I’m pleased with the way they turned out. I hope a lot of children & parents find them useful and enjoyable!
  • I arrived at the conclusion to only release my future apps in the Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Windows App Stores, in that order of importance because that’s the order in which I obtain the majority of downloads. My main focus will be Apple & Amazon though because I’m most impressed with their devices, user numbers, and app store design & functionality. Porting to different app stores and working on different builds is becoming too time consuming. I’m excluding Google Play completely because I continue to run into problems with it. The search on Google Play is horrible, which is odd because Google search is great, and I barely get any downloads on it. For now I’ll continue to keep my apps available that are on that store already though.
  • Decided on which app I’ll be working on in August. I’ll be working on an entertainment app that’s similar to a couple of my previous apps. It shouldn’t take that long to finish this app, and after I finish it I’ll be jumping right into development on an educational game for kids. The educational game for kids will feature a unique colorful art style and hidden object gameplay.
  • I have several ideas for different “indie games” I want to eventually work on, and I really can’t wait to start working on them. I’m hoping to start development on one of those ideas when my full-time career situation becomes stable. I’ll continue to have development plans for educational apps and other categories, but I’ll eventually start to focus a bit more on games.
  • Last but not least. Amazon reviewed all of my apps currently on their app store and approved the ones below to be also available for download on their new Amazon Fire Phone!
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New Release: 8-Bit Eagle Smash

19 Feb
2014

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Available on the Apple App Store

Tap the screen to fly. 
Fly into every pipe to destroy it.
See how long you can fly before missing a pipe.
Are you ready for this challenge?

8-Bit Eagle Smash is a challenging endless runner/flyer with a retro art style. The goal in this game is to fly into every pipe before it goes off the screen. 8-Bit Eagle isn’t afraid of pipes. Pipes are afraid of 8-Bit Eagle. 8-Bit Eagle don’t care!

Smooth one finger gameplay that’s fun and challenging.

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Word Owl’s Wordsearch: Kindergarten Edition now on iOS for iPad

15 Nov
2013

Word Owl’s Wordsearch: Kindergarten Edition is now available on the Apple iOS App Store for iPad! I was previously unable to release this app on Apple due to an issue with iOS 7, but that issue has been resolved so now it’s available.

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Word Owl’s WordSearch is a neat, big, and colorful word search for children. This Kindergarten Edition of Word Owl’s Wordsearch features over 100 sight words for children in or around Kindergarten. These words have been gathered from numerous sight word lists provided by real Kindergarten classes in different schools. Help your kid learn and retain several words while having fun! 

√ Over 100 different sight words 
√ 10 words to find per puzzle 
√ Customizable letter and background colors 
√ Sharp colorful retina resolution graphics 

(Sight words are commonly used words that children are encouraged to memorize as a whole by sight, so that they can automatically recognize these words when they see them without having to use any distracting strategies. Sight words account for a large percentage of the words used in literature for children. One advantage for children being able to recognize sight words automatically is that the child will be able to identify the majority of words in a book before they even attempt to read it. When the child is able to do that they’ll be able to concentrate on the meaning and comprehension instead of trying to figure out the word.)

New Release: Word Owl’s Word Search – Kindergarten Edition

8 Sep
2013

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Word Owl’s Word Search is a neat, big, and colorful word search for children. This Kindergarten Edition of Word Owl’s Word Search features over 100 sight words for children in or around Kindergarten. These words have been gathered from numerous sight word lists provided by real Kindergarten classes in different schools. Help your kindergartener or soon to be kindergartener learn and retain several words while having fun! 

√ Over 100 different sight words 
√ 10 words to find per puzzle 
√ Customizable letter and background colors 
√ Sharp & colorful high quality graphics 

(Sight words are commonly used words that children are encouraged to memorize as a whole by sight, so that they can automatically recognize these words when they see them without having to use any distracting strategies. Sight words account for a large percentage of the words used in literature for children. One advantage for children being able to recognize sight words automatically is that the child will be able to identify the majority of words in a book before they even attempt to read it. When the child is able to do that they’ll be able to concentrate on the meaning and comprehension as they read without having to stop to figure out the actual word.)

 

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