Apps simple but practical apps for Android
Simple but practical apps I make in my spare time. All free. Some open source. I can share the code if you're interested.
Put your Bash programming skills to test with this simple quiz app. It aims to be interesting, fun and educational. Beware: the questions are pretty hard. They are designed for professional Bash programmers, not for casual computer enthusiasts. Also, the questions focus on pure Bash, and not at all on UNIX commands in general (I'm working on a separate app for that).Free Bugs
Put your programming skills to test with this simple quiz app. It aims to be interesting, fun and educational. Use it to prepare for programming job interviews, both as an interviewee or to get question ideas as an interviewer. Beware: the questions are pretty hard. They are designed for professional programmers, not for casual computer enthusiasts.Free Bugs
Take wine notes quickly and easily. What did a wine taste like? Why did you like it? What region was it from, and what year? This simple app makes it easy to describe wines without a lot of typing, time, and effort. Keep track of your wine cellar or shopping list with ease.Free Source Bugs
Take recipe notes quickly and easily. If you like cooking and collecting recipes but find that writing down recipes and organizing their photos take a lot of effort, you are not alone. The app remembers the ingredient names you enter, so that next time they can be autocompleted easily. You can tag recipes and take photos using the built-in camera of your phone.Free Donate Bugs
This app is for programmers,
to debug the communication protocol between bluetooth devices and Android.
The app simply shows the raw data coming from a bluetooth devices as ASCII text.
You can also send data to a device, as ASCII text.
I plan to add showing binary data in canonical hex+ASCII format,
much like the
hexdump -C command in UNIX.