1. The app collects anonymous data using Google analytics platform. The data is saved and used anonymously to help in future app improvements.
2. The app is sponsored using ads. Ads are displayed from 3rd party sources and may use the device geographic location for targeting.
3. The app does not have a proprietary server side. Network communication is done only to serve section (1) and (2) and to 3rd party companies.
4. The app developer is not responsible in any way for the data collected by section (1) and (2) service providers.
After developing all of my apps under my own name at the Android Market, as I changed my working status, from now on I’ll be working under the brand name called Sourcejam.
Sourcejam can be found on Sourcejam.com (of curse).
The reason for the change is that from now on I will be working on some private apps I have always wanted to develop and I’ll need some help doing it. If it’s servers hosting, IT, Design, etc.. So i figured, why not just get a nice brand name that will be the roof for all of mine and my partners projects? And this is how Sourcejam was born.
The Sourcejam site is still under development but Sourcejam’s first project is up and published on the Android Market. It’s called – StreamLife. StreamLife is a social aggregator for Android that combines number of social streams into one. Facebook, Twitter and the phone call log (for now.. soon more sources will be added). Go ahead and visit the app page on the market to get the full picture, here.
I am very excited about this app. It took us a few months to get it up and running and we still have some work to do to get it really fantastic. From all of the apps I have developed, this is the biggest one yet. On the StreamLife project I am working with a designer, a good friend of mine, Boaz Sides. Everything in StreamLife was designed by him, from the smallest pixel to the screens as a whole. You can check him out on his Facebook page (this site is under construction right now.. )
After a lot of years working as an employee in various companies I am off to a new start as a self-employed developer.
Over time I came up with a lot of ideas for new apps to develop and I have never had the time to take it one step further. Now as a self-employed developer I am hoping to get things done and take all of these ideas and act on them. While there are a lot of things I want to work on I am convinced there will be a lot of dead work-time that I’ll need to fill somehow. So, besides the fact that there will be some new apps in the near future and some updates to the current apps I have neglected over time, I am looking for interesting projects I can take part in.
So… If you are a fellow developer, a company that outsourcing development or anything else in that field, contact me. Who knows, maybe we can be creative together 🙂
It’s been a while since quick video was published and I can’t seem to find any good idea for my next app. Thought about some but nothing was interesting enough to get me back in business. Most of my ideas involved Facebook communication and tools, but after the Facebook album sync app experience I avoid writing anything remotely connected to Facebook. Hoping my brain will get some good ideas soon.
In the meantime, if you got some features you are missing while using your phone, if something is not working well and needs a replacement, you are more then welcome to suggest them. Email me or post a comment below and maybe we can bring something helpful to the Android community.