I was able to publish the first version of the 5×5 Strength app for WP8 devices a few months back and am glad to hear about all the feedback. I already published two updates to resolve minor bug issues with the workout progress being lost when the screen locks. Up next I am excited to add support for kilograms, progress charts, and maybe even a between lift timer.
Make sure to go checkout the current version out there and feel free to leave comments here or submit a review of what you think so far: (more…)
It has been a while since I have worked on these two apps, but they both just received updates. If you are using GetHuman for WP7, this will be the last update this version of the app receives, from now on the app will only be updated for WP8. Both apps received updates to allow for better social sharing and now you can share via SMS/Text message, Email, NFC, or any social networks you have setup on your phone. Also ads have been removed from both apps entirely. Polygon is still listed as a $0.99 and will allow you to “try” the app indefinitely with no ads. If you want to help support development of the app you can choose to purchase the app for the $0.99 listed in the store. (more…)
I just finished up the latest updates to the GetHuman app for Windows Phone. The latest release will be implementing the new tiles available for all WP 7.8 or 8 users. Also there are several major improvements to speed and efficiency. The following changes should be published in about one week in version 2.5 in the marketplace: (more…)
The first version of the Windows Phone 7 GetHuman app has been released and is now available in the Marketplace. Make sure to download your free copy of it and let me know if you have any comments or suggestions for the app. Use the link below to grab the download or send the app to your phone:
I have finally finished up the last part for the initial release of the GetHuman app for WP7 platform. The WP7 version has many improvements over the WebOS version and also I will be continuing to maintain the WP7 version for the foreseeable future since WP7 applications will continue to be supported in WP8.
Some of the main features I made sure to improve from the WebOS version include:
So yet again, as you can probably see, I have decided to update this site again. As I start to spend more time developing mobile apps I plan to use this site to help post updates and links to the apps I publish. I am working on making a page for the WebOS version of GetHuman on this site until I finish the version for WP7. Development has slowed down considerably recently, but hopefully will get back on track soon.
I also started a second side project of making an Army Physical Fitness Calculator for WP7. If your interested in this, feel free to check out the screen shots below and let me know if you have any suggestions for it.
So it has been a while since I last posted, but I am still working on porting GetHuman app to the Windows Phone 7 platform. Sadly due to my combination of being easily distracted and also being legitimately busy (at least sometimes) it has been taking me a while to get this finished. I do have some screen shots of the progress so far. By no means are these finished, but just a sign that I am making some progress… As always I’m open to any design comments or suggestions.
Slightly good news after the bad news of HP killing all WebOS device production. HP has decided to sell me the loaner tablet that I was using for development. I will continue to work on a few tablet app ideas and making a few minor updates to the GetHuman app. The first update has already been submitted for review to the HP app catalog, so make sure to keep an eye for it.
Here is the link to the app again in case you need it:
In the meantime, if you have any ideas for some better apps please let me know. I just downloaded the Windows Phone 7 SDK and I am already working on learning my way around this new platform.
The first version of GetHuman for WebOS devices has been released to the Palm app store. The GetHuman app has customer service phone numbers, email addresses, chat options, and more for major businesses, and the steps for getting a live person – just like the web site. But unlike the site, the app is on your phone, meaning that you can contact customer support from wherever you are. The app dials the phone number for you after suggesting how to talk to a real person. The app also updates itself weekly from GetHuman.com, the collaborative consumer information database. (more…)