Don’t have time or a space to roll dice? If so, you’ll definitely appreciate the latest and greatest app from Tectra if you have a Wear OS device.
You might recall that I posted about Wear OS development on the blog a few days ago. In that post, I wrote about how I was going to get a Wear OS watch, so I was hoping that I could write some apps for it. Good news: Tectra’s first Wear OS app is here!
Christmas is rapidly approaching! This year, the exciting new gadget that I'm asking for is a Fossil Gen 5 smartwatch. The Gen 5 isn't perfect, especially in the realm of battery life. However it's sleeker than the Apple Watch in my opinion, and it costs significantly less. I know that Apple limits smartwatches from other brands when paired to an iPhone, but it's a compromise I'm willing to make for a watch that excites me much more than Apple's offerings.
Feeling gloomy? Perhaps you could use a compliment! ComplimentMe is a positive mirror app. Essentially, you take a selfie and get a compliment for it. Everyone who I've shown it to has thought it was a lot of fun. Plus, it genuinely cheers you up! If you want to try it out or learn more, visit its page on Google Play.
Hello, everyone! Good news: PDF Toolbox just got a new update. It fixes some bugs and improves the design of the program. While the changes are subtle, they are very important. For this reason, I'd seriously recommend updating to latest version. If you want to check it out, visit the PDF Toolbox page. Enjoy!
November is here! That means that I have some new goals for the month. Remember, these are my goals. Whether or not they’ll actually see the light of day is unknown. However, with any luck, they hopefully will.
Hello, everyone! I have some very exciting news. Sidebar just got an exciting new update! This update introduces some new features and improves some old ones. Keep reading to learn more about what's new.
Hello, everyone. You may have noticed that the PassLab for Windows page went down. After careful consideration, I have decided that it's best if I focus on the online and Android versions of it. Having three different versions to manage is cumbersome, and there really is no point in having a dedicated Windows version now that the online version is available. Thanks for your understanding and have a wonderful day!
Hello, everyone! Good news: Octua 15 is here! This update is fairly minor, but it does make some important improvements. In this post, I'll be going over what's new in the latest version of Octua.
At some point or another, most programmers want to make their own operating system. I'm no exception, as I've wanted to create my own OS for a long time now. After many hours of coding, I'm excited to announce that my dream of an operating system is finally a reality and available for download! I call it John Spahr's vtOS (Very Tiny Operating System).
John is the creator of Tectra Systems. He enjoys coding and spending time with his cat on his spare time.