An app to securely store short snippets of confidential data like passwords etc.
An easy to use to-do list organizer.
Note: All featured apps are available for BlackBerry (BB10) Z10, Q10, and Q5, Desktops (Linux, Windows), and Nokia N9.
All offer synchronization features to sync between, e.g., smartphone and desktop (Requires an e-mail account with IMAP support.).
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Category Archives: My Applications
Recently, I have been even more busy than usually. As one consequence, I couldn’t really keep track of announcing improvements in SkippingStones. In this post, I try to summarize the most important changes very briefly and add a link to … Continue reading
In the last days, I put a little bit more work into my SkippingStones app that enables the usage of Pebble smart watches with Jolla smartphones. The result is SkippingStones version 0.10 which features the following improvements. Improved Handling of … Continue reading
Recently, I got a Crazyflie. As I also own two Zeemote JS1 remote controls, using these for controlling the Crazyflie suggested itself to me. In a previous post, I introduced QZeeControl 2 which enables using Zeemote remote controls, e.g., on … Continue reading
The Zeemote JS1 is a small bluetooth joystick remote control. In the past, I already created some apps that allow the usage of the Zeemote JS1, like QZeeControl (for Harmattan/MeeGo on the N9 and N950) and Zeecontrol (for Fremantle on … Continue reading
This is somewhat an announcement as well as a call for participation. Some time ago, I treated myself to a Pebble smart watch. As my primary phone is a Jolla smart phone, apparently, the next “logical” step was to get … Continue reading
This is a brief, combined announcement. Two of my own apps, MeePasswords and Q To-Do, as well as another app, Emumaster, I had been porting a bit are available for SailfishOS/Jolla. I actually want to publish MeePasswords and Q To-Do … Continue reading
I put a little work into getting MeePasswords run on SailfishOS. With the experience I got while porting Q To-Do I could do it much quicker this time. This is still a work in progress but I think the screenshots … Continue reading
With a slight delay, I add more screenshots of the SailfishOS version of Q To-Do (See the other post for the older screenshots.). Right now, everything should work. Some UI elements are also already adapted to the native Sailfish look … Continue reading
Yesterday evening and today, I put a little more work into the SailfishOS version of Q To-Do. Personally, I am quite happy with the results so far. It still needs some more work but I’m optimistic that when I finally … Continue reading
MeePasswords is a simple tool to securely store short snippets of sensible or confidential data such as passwords and the like. The new MeePasswords version 2.0 is now available for BlackBerry (BB10) Z10, Q10, and Q5 and desktop (Linux, Windows). … Continue reading