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Focus Timer Reborn – my new Pomodoro Technique timer

Last week I released new app. It is called Focus Timer Reborn and it is Pomodoro Technique timer. It helps you improve your productivity. How it works? You can track your work in 25 minutes uninterrupted focused sessions and then take short break. After four sessions it is good idea to take longer break. 25 […]

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Podcasts To Go – můj nejnovější projekt

Jak jsem psal na Google+, před nějakou dobou jsem oprášil svůj starší projekt. Jedná se o aplikaci na přehrávání podcastů. Jméno jsem jí dal Podcasts To Go (narážka na Coffee To Go, čili káva s sebou). Aplikace umí hledat, stahovat a přehrávat podcasty a perfektně podporuje mj. i české rozhlasové stanice. Momentálně je to bezplatná […]

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Android Chess Clock 1.0-b3 released today

I have released next version of Android Chess Clock. Major change is refactoring of calculation engine to support multiple calculation strategies in future. Although this change is not visible for user today it is investment for future. Screenshots Major changes in this release slight screen design graphic improvement added different layout for landscape screens when […]

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Android Chess Clock 1.0-b2 released…

There is new version of Android Chess Clock available on Android Market. New features: application runs in full screen mode added links for PayPal donation and feedback email display dimes now when any player runs out of time fixed issue with display rotation while countdown is running Please let me know if you have any […]

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Android Chess Clock 1.0-b1 released…

I’m happy to inform you that first beta version of Android Chess Clock was released to Android Market, filed under category Games/Brain and Puzzle. Application is currently fairly simple (as you can see on screenshot) but works: Main features supports Android 1.5+ players alternate by taping anywhere on the screen supports small QVGA screens as […]

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