Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019 · 1 min read · 208 words
This year my second application came out - Skit, which turned out to be quite successful, in my opinion. I have released some great updates for all my programs, namely Castro, Rekado and Skit. And it’s time to move on. So today I will share with you a couple of details about the new application. Application’s name - “Graphie”. This is an advanced gallery with an emphasis on image metadata management.
Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019 · 3 min read · 522 words
The new update brings many improvements in the information set, localization and design, new tool - “Speed test” and many new, shiny, features! Let’s start! Castro | Castro Premium Detailed changelog Information Much attention was paid to improving the current set of information. In previous versions, many errors were made, which are now fixed. The biggest correction was made in the “System” module - the field “Uptime” was fixed and supplemented with a new data set.
Friday, Aug 23, 2019 · 3 min read · 552 words
New major release coming to Skit after a short break and it is 1.4 Emily. It contains new application’s size calculation, further improvements in application’s settings, a bunch of performance improvements and many other smaller things, so let’s get started! As always, you can download Basic version or buy Premium visiting links below: Skit | Skit Premium Detailed changelog Functionality The main feature of this update is new mechanisms for calculating the application’s size, which allows Skit to detect the size of “Data” and “Cache” of any application.
Tuesday, Jul 30, 2019 · 3 min read · 557 words
After a short break, the next update for Skit is released, with new sorting modes for applications, by install and update date, ability to select “saving” mode for applications, a vast amount of new information for devices with Android Q, design improvements and some fixes and improvements. Skit | Skit Premium Detailed changelog Information Android Q I have added full support for Android Q in both ways: functional and informational.
Friday, Jul 5, 2019 · 4 min read · 741 words
After a short break, the next update for Castro is released, which brings full support for Android Q, new features for all users, Dark Theme for everyone and many fixes and design improvements, so let’s begin. Castro | Castro Premium Detailed changelog Information Android Q For Android Q users, a large amount of information has been added, all less significant information will be displayed in the list below, but the main updates are 5G support, support for XDR10 + and a check for the SIM card type (namely, local or electronic).
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 · 3 min read · 552 words
After the very successful launch of Skit in the past month, the first major update for it comes out - 1.1, which contains search for applications, activities launching and even more information about applications! But first things first. As always, you can download basic version or buy Premium visiting links below: Skit | Skit Premium Detailed changelog Functionality Search is probably the most frequent feature that users have asked to add, and it is finally here, there is a search for user and system applications that can be launched by clicking on the “Magnifier” button on both screens.
Tuesday, Apr 23, 2019 · 3 min read · 436 words
Well, it’s time to introduce you to a new member so far not a large family of my applications. The new application is called Skit and it is designed to help you manage all your installed and system applications on your device running Android OS. But let’s look at everything in more detail. Skit | Skit Premium Features Skit is created for two categories of people: regular users and enthusiasts / developers.
Friday, Apr 12, 2019 · 3 min read · 472 words
Moving on, after the release of a large update 3.0 a month later, I release the next update - 3.1, which contains even more information, updates for Premium users and event more features. Let’s start! Castro | Castro Premium Detailed changelog Features General Many users asked to revert one feature from Castro 2.0, called System settings, which made it possible to open the system settings directly from the categories in the program.
Friday, Mar 15, 2019 · 4 min read · 840 words
So, the time has come, after a long break from big updates Castro receives the largest and most ambitious update ever — 3.0. In this update Castro has completely redesigned everything from design and navigation to the available information. You can already download update visiting the links below: Castro | Castro Premium Detailed changelog Let’s get started! Design I will not say much, the application was completely redesigned. All screens and whole navigation was recreated from scratch.
Monday, Jun 18, 2018 · 2 min read · 426 words
This month, Castro receives 2.8 update, which makes great changes in methods of obtaining information for greater accuracy and precision, adds a new category of Bluetooth and much more! Information Bluetooth The most significant change is the addition of a new information category — Bluetooth. Now you can check the basic settings for Bluetooth of your device, check the support of “Low Energy” technology and get data about all connected devices.
Thursday, Apr 12, 2018 · 3 min read · 619 words
This month Castro got many improvements, new Premium features, Lineage OS SDK support and bug fixes. Let’s discover the update in a more detailed way. Update already available in Google Play (Basic and Premium) and XDA Labs. Premium In this update Premium users will get one more Night mode feature and fully reworked widget. Widget Widget in Castro 2.7 was fully reworked, starting from configure screen and ending widget design.