Wednesday, June 1, 2011

I would love some input!

Hello everyone,

I know it has been quite a while since I posted last. Life has been quite busy for me the last few weeks (moving, new job etc.). However I am getting close to being settled back in and possibly looking into starting a new project.

Here's my question:

What app would you like to see me make? What app is out there that would would like to see done differently/better? I would love to know!

Sound off in the comments below!


  1. A mileage app. One that could take a snapshot of gps coordinates, link those to a map to spit out a report for you. People with traveling jobs that write up mileage reports wouldn't need to do much more than copy/paste.
    Home to site 1, 24 min travel, 16 miles.
    Site 1 to site 2, 12 min, 5 miles.

  2. How about some more skins for the calculator? Pink, light blue, purple, green, orange, or maybe just a custom color bar and we could choose were we want colors placed, like one color set for the mc m+ m- mr and the rest like those, one set for the C, X, -, + etc buttons, 1 for the equal symbol, color option for the digits displays and font colors. Maybe even be able to set our own pictures in background seen through semi transparent buttons. Also the following needs to be fixed 5+5*5 is 30. Your calculator says it's 50. Does that whenever you input any type of number set like that. Great overall app though.

  3. GPA Calculator app for students who wanted to know how College and High School GPA Calculator calculates your GPA. This easy to use GPA Calculator will keep you on track because you will always be aware of your current GPA. For more information, Please install GPA Calculator App.

  4. It depends on university, I suppose, but some schools definitely do have their own systems of calculating GPAs to iron out differences in grading policies. For example I know that University of California schools have applicants calculate a 'UC' GPA that strips out nonacademic classes like PE. Lots of other schools probably adjust applicant transcripts to a common scale. Learn more: