I must admit I haven’t actually had a chance to read it myself yet but if everything went as planned there should be two articles written by me in the current issue of Macworld Sweden. The first one is about how you do to save battery time on your macbook and iOS Device. Then there’s the step by step guide to Live Interior 3D that I also wrote a while back.
And I believe there’s an article of mine, a step by step guide, in the magazine Studio, issue #4. It’s about effects/tricks that are commonly used in electronic dance music of today.
Kids Beads Lite for iPhone can now be downloaded from App Store.
It’s a smaller version of Kids Beads, but it´s for free!
2 boys and 2 girls and one jar of beads!
It´s creative, fun and entertaining! No Ads, no social media, no In App purchases! Click here to download.
My full length album originally released in 1999 is once again available on Spotify.
I’m not exactly sure how it got there but I figure it’s probably through either my distribution deal with Magnatune or with CD Baby.
Around 10-15 years ago I used to write articles for a bunch of Swedish computer and music magazines. Recently I got the idea to start doing that again. A friend of mine helped me out with the contacts so now I’m a freelance writer for IDG magazines Macworld and Studio. I’ve done three articles for Macworld so far and working on the fourth. First one will be out in issue 3/2012. My first article for Studio will be about typical “special effects” used in club music today. It will be a part of issue 4/2012.
Version 1.3 is now available for download on App Store. Kids Beads for iPhone is now a “Safe app” for children.
No Social media buttons
No Log-ins or registrations
No Game Center integration
No In App Purchasing
No Email, share or feedback functions
No Push notifications
No Any integration of third party SDKs
No Any tracking of user data or analytics
“It’s a sweet app.” writes the Danish site Mors Apps about Kids Beads. Click here to read the full review in Danish.
We’re working hard on the next update of Kids Beads for iPhone. I got the last graphics from Eira yesterday and will implement it this weekend. Four boys and four more girls will be added together with adjustable settings for the volume of sounds and music. A free “lite” version of Kids Beads will also be added to App Store as we upload the updated version.
We have been reviewed by the great blog The iPhone Mom.
“Oh my goodness! Miss J., my 2 1/2 year old, is obsessed with Kids Beads. I have been hearing the music for this app ALL the time since it went on my iPhone.”
“… overall this is a wonderful app. Plus, whenever I hear the music start up I know Miss J. will be occupied for awhile creating beautiful necklaces!”
Click here to read the full review!
Pappas Appar (Daddy’s apps) is one of the biggest blogs for kids apps in Sweden. He recently did a review of Kids Beads for iPhone and also gave away free promo codes on his Facebook page yesterday. Kids Beads currently holds the top 25 most downloaded list on App Store for kids and family games in Sweden.
Kids Beads is now a part of “Moms with Apps” – an app catalog of great children’s and family-friendly apps. Moms With Apps is a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
The app “Moms with apps” is available for free on App Store.