Aug 302012
 

Well as usual I’m lax in updating this blog, so here is a catch up for the last month or two.

I managed to hit he deadline for submitting apps into the Ireland AppMeUp promo and Microsoft kindly sent me a brand new Nokia Lumia 800.  This has been donated to Action Duchenne who are planning on auctioning it off at a Dinner/Dance ball in early September.

Whilst the apps have not set the Windows Phone world on fire, they have increased my daily download rate 5 fold.   I have a couple follow up apps that I’m in the process of finishing off that utilise some of the code base of the apps I put out for this promotion.

You can download all the apps from the Windows Phone MarketPlace here:  http://www.windowsphone.com/en-US/publishers/Codheadz%20Games?appid=c3269599-bec9-4ffc-a806-71be2319a20c&name=Codheadz%20Games

Altitude Mate – Passed Marketplace Review

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Jun 072012
 

Earlier today Altitude Mate passed Market Place review and will be available shorty for Windows Phone 7.

Altitude Mate is a free, advert supported, app for tracking your altitude overtime and plotting it on a chart.

You can find the app here: http://windowsphone.com/s?appid=4e12f3a8-592d-4d93-90cf-36ea83ed55e3

As usual all proceeds from this app will be donated to Action Duchenne. You can find out more about the work they do here.

 

Altitude Mate – Submitted for Marketplace Review

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May 262012
 

The third in my series of apps 4 apps that I’m attempting to get published in prior to the 22nd June has been submitted for market place review.

Altitude Mate follows a similar pattern to Weight Mate, but this time uses the phones GPS to find the altitude based on the location and then track  it over time.  In addition to tracking it has a simple chart to view these points over time.

Altitude Mate is free, but add supported with all revenue going to Action Duchenne.  You can find out more about Action Duchenne here.

More details to follow once the app is available in the marketplace.