- Tap a plane to see the airline, origin airport, and final destination
- See the plane's flight plan and full route on a map
- Learn about the aircraft model and operating airline
- See planes from anywhere in the world by moving your AR viewpoint to a different place on the map
- Save a collection of interesting flights that you come across
AR Planes is now available to download on the App Store! It lets you discover nearby planes in augmented reality -- just point your camera to see all the planes around you. I've been working on it for a long time, so I'm really excited to finally put it out there!
AR Planes focuses on augmented reality with your phone's camera, but it has a bunch of other cool features.
Window has been on the App Store for around a year and a half, but until now its only been available in English. After gaining valuable experience from translating Blurb into Spanish and Chinese, I decided it was a good time to give Window the same treatment. With some hard work and outside help, Window is now available for download in English, Spanish, and French!
Blurb is a photo editor for iOS that lets you add customizable blurred backgrounds to your photos. I prototyped it at WWDC 2015 and published it on the App Store later that year. This new version is Blurb's first major update, and it brings along support for Spanish and Chinese, a new look, and tons of other small fixes.
Emoji Names is an iOS app I first wrote back in 2015. It shows you the Unicode name of any given Emoji, with immersive full-screen animations. This is the first big update for Emoji Names, bringing several new features that make the app feel a lot more useful.
Since Window was published back in May 2016, I've gotten a lot of great requests for new features from people who use the app every day. After a few months of hard work, I'm very excited to announce that Window 2.0 has been published on the App Store and is now available for download! It includes tons of great new features:
Weight tracking was probably the single most-requested feature I've gotten over the past year, and a lot of thought went in to how to make it as useful as possible. Now you can view and log your weight right in Window! You can see a graph of your weight over time, including a seven-day moving average. You also have the option to show your window history as a line on the graph so you can understand how your use of Window is impacting your overall weight.
Window uses Apple Health to access and store your weights, so you can rest easy knowing your data is in safe hands. This also means that your weight data is shared with any other app that works with Apple Health. If you log your weight in another app or with a smart scale device, it will still appear in Window.