If you’ve read my “Apps I Couldn’t Live Without” article you will know that Ginger is one of my favourite applications. Ginger is a free application which quickly grammar checks writing and picks up on any typos or mistakes you may have made.
If you would like to read my full review of Ginger click here: Ginger: An Invaluable Tool For Writers.
Recently I came in contact with one of main members of the Ginger team, Dudu Noy. He was kind enough to speak to me about everything from the beginning of Ginger, all the way to what the future holds. Read on to find out more!
The cheapest way to backup and share files right now is through online cloud storage. There are several companies that have tried to make this process as seamless as possible, Box Inc is one of them. They are the company behind Box, the online file storage, sharing and collaboration solution.
I recently had the chance to interview Simon Tan, the Product Manager of Mobile at Box. Read on to get behind the scene information on the roadmap for Box, challenges during development and many more…
A few months ago on Windows Appstorm I reviewed Fontli. For me this was something brilliant, without Instagram on our Windows Phones Fontli filled a gap in the image social network category. Since then I’ve been using Fontli consistently and normally can’t go a single day without checking up on the latest images.
If you would like to read my full review follow this link: Fontli: Embrace The World Of Typography.
I’ve always been keen to interview the developers of some of the apps I love and today I have my chance. Anand Nair, UX designer, is an integral part of Fontli’s team and he was kind enough to let me interview him. Read on to find out what happens in the background of Fontli and how the team is structured!
When Windows 8 Developer Preview was announced not many developers came forward to embrace the future of PC’s. DealFlux is one of the first wave of apps that broke the barrier and showed the world what this new ecosystem is capable off.
Today we’re going to talk with Austin Kettner of Quixby, the guy behind several apps like DealFlux and HackerNews Reader to know more about the story behind DealFlux and his experience with Windows 8. Join us after the jump to learn more.
An “app store,” the first and eponymous one being introduced by Apple for the iPhone, makes discovering, installing, and updating applications easy for casual and advanced users. Microsoft has tried to emulate Apple with its own Windows Phone Store, but the desktop personal computer has been left out (game services such as Desura or Valve’s Steam, notwithstanding). A company called Sweetlabs is changing this with Pokki.