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Currently, there are plans to develop further projects. However, the goal of these next projects is not to make money, but to have developed for the system so that it's easier for us to develop for those platforms in the future.
Mobile App Using Unity
The previous mobile apps we've developed have been made using Corona SDK. It was an easy SDK to work with and it was easy for simple 2D apps.
However, Unity offers a lot more complex features (which aren't necessarily good for a mobile app), but I think the software is one that is widely used by developers because it's so powerful, so I'd like to try using this. (It was either Unity or Xamarin, and since Unity is kind of cooler...).
I've actually already personally developed these for another company, but I want to develop a fun chatbot that can be considered a game.
At first, we can create a simple conversation that's based on strict instructions, but eventually I'd like to integrate machine learning to handle automated chatting.
Microsoft's HoloLens is a very cool augmented reality headset. They offered a developer's version for $3000 when it came out (we got an offer for Wave 1 of their shipments! We're pro), but I couldn't justify spending that much on a you that might not have worked and probably won't have a legitimate audience for many years. The price will have to drop to below $1000 before I consider buying one.
I think it's still possible to develop for this via an emulator, but I'm unsure what the state of affairs is for HoloLens and whether it's sold to the public yet. Developing for this isn't very urgent.
Amazon Alexa Skill
Amazon Alexa is a voice based service offered by Amazon for their devices. (Kind of like how Siri is used for Apple's iPhones/iPads and how Windows uses Cortana.) It's possible to develop "Skills" for Alexa to do specific tasks.
The Amazon "Echo", seen to the left, is the hardware that houses Alexa. At this point in time, many people have probably seen or used an Echo, but I don't think Echo's are widespread enough to be a good market to aim for. (Particularly, it's not as widespread as owning a phone, and even the people who do own an Echo will probably be reluctant to spend money or use it too often. It seems like a novelty, to me. )
We've developed the Alexa Skill "State Flash Cards" just to play with Alexa and say we tried it. (Here's a link to try it if you own an Echo.) It's a rather boring Skill, but at least we can say we developed for Alexa, right?
Windows 10 App
Windows 10 came out relatively recently and it's a good, reliable, fast, and free operating system. I'm not sure how many people have upgraded yet, but Microsoft seems to be going in the direction of migrating everyone off of XP/7/8/8.1 onto Windows 10, and rightfully so.
However, Windows 10 has a few trackers that some users may find unsavory.
We're developed a Windows application that best protects you against Window 10's trackers as best as possible. (Look to the right and you can see how it looks!)
Essentially how the application works is, you double click the icon, you see the form to your right, you pick which items you'd like checked off (obviously we recommend keeping all of them checked), and you press the submit button. Then for the next 1.5 hours or so, the application will work to disable and delete all sorts of trackers.
Of course the fixes are all things users can do themselves, but it's more convenient to just run the app and not worry about it. Especially if you're like us and installing Windows 10 multiple times on multiple computers.
This app is not released to the public yet. Since it modifies registry settings, it will probably never be released.
"Hacker Game" is an app where your role is to to be a hacker. There will be profiles of targets you must hack. You hack them by guessing their password. Upon a successful hack, you'll get a fun item they've hidden on their computer. For the blog post of how this app was created, click here. This app is currently available on the Amazon App Store and on Google Play. Check it out!
We've released an app called Jet Dodge for the Amazon App Store, for Google Play. It's completely free so give it a download. For the blog post of how this app was created, click here.