Tuesday, Jan 26, 2021 · 2 min read · 300 words
Skit Skit | Skit Premium The first big update for Skit, numbered 2.2, is here and the main change is the new “Apps usage” tool. I think some of you sometimes wondered how much time you spend in this or that application, how much Internet it consumes, and so on. This is where the new tool will help you. In addition, several interface improvements were made, namely: a new design of the “Themes” window and the “Jungle” theme was replaced with “Retro”.
Thursday, Dec 10, 2020 · 4 min read · 735 words
Skit Earlier this year, there was a huge update for Skit - 2.0 “Odin”. It came out big and brought a lot of changes for users. But as it turned out a little later, these changes also introduced minor problems, namely performance problems and problems with people understanding of “.apks” files and “App Bundle” apps. These are the issues that I decided to focus on in update 2.1 “Frigg”. Performance I slightly reworked the mechanism for loading applications and saving their icons to the memory cache.
Monday, Oct 19, 2020 · 4 min read · 716 words
The second half of this year will mark the release of new generations of my main applications - Castro and Skit. But I already showed and released Castro, so it’s time to talk about Skit. Skit | Skit Premium Detailed changelog Features In this update, I heavily reworked the functionality associated with extracting applications and updated the tools with new ones. Extraction process You may have noticed that previously when extracting some applications, you might receive an APK file that cannot be used for installation.
Thursday, Sep 24, 2020 · 5 min read · 996 words
It is time to show you all the new, fourth, generation of Castro. This time, the main changes were in the design, more information, and functionality optimization. Castro | Castro Premium Detailed changelog Design I have started updating the overhauled design of the application. I have changed mostly everything, starting from general icons style, information screen’s style, and management (“Feedback”, “Settings” and other) screens. But in this situation, no words make sense, so I’ll just show and compare what exactly has changed.
Wednesday, Aug 26, 2020 · 2 min read · 340 words
Since I am a lone developer who prototypes, develops, and launches all applications completely by myself, sooner or later there had to come to a point when it was necessary to choose which applications to support further and which not. At the moment, I have created 4 applications - Castro, Skit, Graphie, and Rekado (I did not talk about this application too much because it is very specific). Some applications have already grown into the entity that I originally conceived them, and my other ideas cannot be implemented due to lack of time.