Just found out that Easytune got included in one of Calgary Herald’s story about streaming music application, thanks for Ted Kritsonis.
It’s been a while since the last time I update this blog, my latest project called “Your Singapore Moments”, collaborate with friends in Free Magazine to help Singapore Tourism Board create activity in Indonesia.
Users can win trip for 2 to Singapore, all they have to do is create log magazine on this website, http://yoursingaporemagazine.freemagz.com
Last night received announcement from Blackberry and BBIC team, that Easytune is one of the Blackberry Fun Development Finalist.
Too bad I cannot go there to do pitch presentation, cause I have to go to Kuala Lumpur.
Check the Blackberry Fun Development Website >> http://bbic.itb.ac.id/fundev/?p=208
Just got approval from Windows Phone Marketplace, so now Easytune is available for WP8 users. Still initial version, but most of Easytune features are already available.
Here is the direct link to download the application >> http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/easytune/5fc46612-7238-4296-998c-a03da4d08e00
It’s been several days since We release the latest update of Easytune, a major revamp, from Adobe AIR we changed to native, because we want to be more integrated with Android UI and UX.
And we are very happy with the result, reduce the file size, the transition of each pages is smoother, and faster.
But we have difficulties when trying to upload it, because the package and the key was different, the only way we can is to create another application in Google Play.
We just release the latest version of Easytune (v1.0), it’s a major update, because we change everything, especially on UI and UX.
On previous version, we used Adobe AIR mobile template, so all the experience is a bit generic.
So we tried to use the BB10 SDK, we hope that Easytune can use all the BB10 gesture, UI, and UX, it took about 21 days to recreate the app. It’s been a couple of days since we release the update, hopefully we will get a lot of good feedback.
It has been couple of weeks, we got Raspberry Pi on our lab, still can’t decide which one is better Pidora or Rasbpian, but both are compact and light, and they are optimized too.
The plan was to used this Rasberry pi for controller my robot, but in the middle of process, another project needed an immediate NS server, so I have to postpone the controller project and use it as NS server. Besides, it’s a good experiment, been wondering how good is the system (OS and Hardware).