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Baseball Coin 2014

A baseball salary app for the 2014 MLB Season. With a fresh new design and improved navigation, Baseball Coin is available for the 2014 season. Try the app now. Baseball Coin has better support for iOS 7 and improved navigation. We added new functionality for position payroll information too. With in-app purchases, try the app for the 2013 season. If you like what you see, buy the 2014 salary content. App offers

  • View position payroll information in leagues or divisions. Tap through to see position players, and how they compare to each other
  • View player detail information for your favorite players. See their spend vs. the team. Theoretical breakdowns of earnings for a 162-game season. We assume players are active in all games. A little ambitious – especially for starting pitchers!
  • View salary information for your favourite teams by league or division.

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sohoPOS POS iPad App

sohoPOS is a Point Of Sale iPad app. The iPad app was developed for the Australian retail market.

Features

Categorised product lists, setup for retail and restaurant, offline mode, Epson thermal printer integration.

App notes

The app synchronizes data to a web dashboard for sales reporting.  Pricing options for the app follow the freemium model – free basic features or a paid subscription for full feature access. sohoPOS launched mid-end July 2013.

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Baseball Coin 2013

Baseball Coin is a baseball salary app for viewing team and payroll info for professional baseball players. There have been two versions of the app – each for the 2012, and 2013 season. The latest 2013 update included data for the 2013 season, support for iPhone 5 and design changes for viewing team information.

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Fonzi

Fonzi was a musical Jukebox app. It was the first music app I worked on and was really fun to work on. It allowed users to play and queue songs for playback  at parties through one host. Fonzi was well suited for parties, but could be used anywhere for playing and listening to music with friends, or people in the office. All you’ll need is speakers, Wifi or 3G, and some music. You brought your device, and Fonzi brought the jukebox. It was supported on iPhone and iPod, iOS version4.3+.

I wrote both the app and the back-end API for the app (Ruby Sinatra and Redis caching). The founders were based in New York, NY.

 

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