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25 June 2013
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Zuki Magic Life Counter launched on Google Play!

Hey everyone! I’d like to announce the successful publishing of my first (of hopefully many) apps to go onto the Google Play store. Just a simple one to get started, it’s a little Magic the Gathering (and similar) life counter app, that is a bit different to the others in that it is designed to be clear, simple and readable for both players.

It’s very simple, tap the top of one life total to increase it, tap the bottom to decrease it! There’s a reset button, and a small help button. There’s more features to be added as time goes on, but as the first app I’ve actually gone through the Google publishing process with, I wanted to get things moving!

You can see all my apps at this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Zuki
As you can see, there is a free, ad-supported version, and a 69p version that has no advertising. Either way, I appreciate your support 🙂 so please, download and use the app, and give me whatever feedback / ideas for new versions you want!

– Matt “gyaku_zuki” Leebody

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21 July 2012
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Living in the Nexus

I recently purchased a new Asus / Google Nexus 7 tablet, and I’m writing this entry on it! It’s awesome, and at a great price, I recommend it to anyone considering a tablet!

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5 May 2012
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Troubleshooting: Ice Cream Sandwich Bootloop

Whilst there can be many reasons for a bootloop on an Android device, if your device exhibits the problem only when your SD card is plugged in, this may be your problem.

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9 November 2011
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Apple App Store – Walled garden, or pit of snakes; the security flaws

Apple’s ‘walled garden’ is supposed to leave iOS users safe and secure from a lawless world of rogue apps. Apple verify each app for stability, security and quality before it gets listed. So, what if I told you that there could be apps there now, accepting remote commands and stealing your data. Don’t you think you should know about it?

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