My most ambitious and promising app to date. Writing Kit is set to rival all blogging apps and writing apps in the App Store.
It combines an advanced Markdown editor with sensible research tools and an awesome built-in web browser backed by the same code base as my Cyberspace browser. The feature list is too long to list.
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Being an alternative web browser for iOS, Cyberspace is my most successful iOS app to date. It has been featured on iPhone AppStorm, Smoking Apples, Macworld, Lifehacker, The Apple Blog, CIO.com.
Unique features include zero-distraction browsing experience, deep integration with online services, DuckDuckGo support, reading queue and scratchpad.
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Using pretty much the same idea as my now-defunct 800kytu.com, ngaunhien.me presents one random Doraemon-inspired comic strip with each page load. Facebook Like is integrated to help spread the words.
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A minimal reader built upon LinkHay’s API to strip out all the social features (votes, comments, followers, followings, etc) and leave only the main interesting article for reading.
The iPad-optimised version of Today.
Test one’s English skills with 12,000 multiple choice question. Use pre-defined tap zones to answer and get detailed result at the end of each test.
Quit the app at anytime and resume the test later without fear of losing data.
Give quick access to the hottest, newest and most discussed deals in the UK.
Create smart folders, custom searches, and save favourite deals for later viewing.
Email deals or share them with friends via Facebook integration.
The easiest way to type Vietnamese with diacritic marks on an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad. Support both TELEX and VNI typing methods. Allow sending composed text to Pastebot, Tumblr, Twitter and Mail.app.
My first attempt to create a commercial iPhone app. TimeWaster automatically pulls quality content from various sources to the iPhone/iPod Touch and present them in a readable format suited for the device’s small screen.
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