Greetings, everyone! Today, I have some very good news. The Android app that I've been working on for a very long time is finally here! Meet binoc, the perfect way to start your day, yoga, meditation, and everything in-between.
With an aesthetically pleasing design, binoc gives you a random stock image from a category of your choice, such as nature, city, or rain, and an inspirational quote. It also lets you set an intention for yourself, which you can choose to be a persistent notification.
All of these things make binoc a great way to get started on something. Personally, I find that it really helps me feel inspired!
As I mentioned earlier, binoc has a beautiful user interface that is free of clutter and advertisements. I was really inspired by Microsoft's Metro user interface seen on Windows Phone. I have attached a screenshot of the app below.
Creating binoc has been challenging. Not only did I choose to use Kotlin to write the app, which was completely new to me, but I also wasn't really completely sure what I wanted the app to do until a few weeks into development.
Despite this, I feel like binoc has turned out very well. It's useful, great for motivating yourself, and fun to use!
Anyway, I hope you like binoc! It is available on Google Play for free, without any in-app purchases, ads, or anything unpleasant like that.
As always, thanks for reading, and I hope that binoc helps you take a moment to be in the moment!
The Tectra Blog is where Tectra owner and programmer John Spahr shares what he creates. He enjoys coding and spending time with his cats in his spare time.