Some Apps,
Projects
& Devs
In this section, you can find some of my Android apps, personal projects, codes, and more. All my projects and codes have a MIT License. It means that all codes are free (personal and commercial use) and you do not have to mention me. I cannot publish some projects source code due to contracts and copyright, but I can mention them here. All my apps and projects are also available in English. 

Android Apps

roman-empire
Roman Empire - roman numeral converter & game.

Google Play Store. 

Roman Empire is an app that convert both options, decimal and roman form. Roman Empire has an internal quiz game in order to learn easily these roman numerals from beginner to advanced level. It has a simple navigation and beautiful design. It was developed using Android Studio, MVP design, and Java. There are some other features such as music/sounds, share data with friends, etc. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to Google Play!
cloud-notepad
Cloud Notepad - free online storage.

Google Play Store. 

Cloud Notepad is a new notes app for Android, allowing you to take notes quickly and easily in any place, any time. It comes with basic features: list of notes, password protection, sharing with friends, online storage, and more. Now, you do not have to worry about losing your notes if your cellphone is stolen, damaged, or lost. All notes are stored online. It was developed using a MVVM architecture, and Kotlin in Android Studio! Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to Google Play!
handy-notepad
Handy Notepad - local storage with images.

Google Play Store. 

Handy Notepad is a new notes app for Android, allowing you to take notes quickly and easily in any place, any time. It comes with basic features: list of notes, export your notes to internal memory, password protection, sharing with friends, and more. You are able to add an image to each note. It was developed using Java in Android Studio! Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to Google Play!

Dev

awesome-toast-library
AwesomeToast Android Library.

GitHub Repository. 

Awesome Toast is a simple and easy to use Toast library for Android. The library provides some common toast message (Default, Success, Error, Warning, and Information), but you also can create your own Toast message using the methods describe in the docs. You can use it to enhance the user experience and save developing time. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!
easy_login_(2)
Easy Login.

GitHub Repository. 

Easy Login is a basic code for developing a login screen in Flutter. You can adapt it in any project easily. You will be able to change colors, icons, sizes, etc. Moreover, it uses a BloC/provider service to manage ui data and validations. Check the code and play with it. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!

Current and future projects

otato
Otato - video game in Android.

GitHub Repository. 

Otato is a personal project, which is being developed in Android Studio using LibGDX. At the moment, it is in production. I am selecting some new design and improving the physical mechanisms. Check the code and download this demo. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!
crypto-emporium
Crypto Emporium - cryptocurrency wallet.

GitHub Repository. 

Crypto Emporium is a personal project, which is being developed in Android Studio using Kotlin as programming language. At the moment, it is in pre-production. I am using cloud firestore for authentication and Coinbase API. The first version is not available yet. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!
movie-app
Flutter Movie App.

GitHub Repository. 

This is a personal project, which is being developed in Android Studio using Flutter/Dart. At the moment, it is in production and I am choosing some designs and audios options. It will show information about movies, actors, trailers, country availability, and much more. Check this first version code and download this demo. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!
fiftygram
Fiftygram.

GitHub Repository. 

Fiftygram was an interesting exercise in CS50 edX course. This code handles different filters for an image (grayscale, blur, sepia, sketch, toon, and others). This was developed in Android Studio using Java as programming language. The code can be checked and downloaded in my repository. All my projects have a MIT License. Check it! πŸ™‚

Go to GitHub!

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