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#1 2020-09-12 09:26:52

From: Canada, Tarantum
Registered: 2020-09-12
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I continue adding my apps to the Google Play

Tag Archives: amino acids.
October 2, 2014 · 3:03 pm.
Review of the app on the Pulse of Apps:  (in Russian) Following the improved Android version, I updated the iOS version of.
Major changes are: – All flashcards are available for free – The new “Challenge” mode (multiple-choice questions about all 43 compounds) – Swedish localization – The updated app icon                        Filed under ,    Tagged as , , , ,                 August 31, 2014 · 10:58 pm.
I continue adding my apps to the Google Play.
Recently, two chemistry apps appeared there: :  and :                                  Filed under    Tagged as , , , ,                 April 7, 2014 · 12:56 pm.
For quite a long time, I didn’t like the app icon of.
It was too dark and the spacial formula was hard to comprehend that it is cysteine.
So I decided to prepare this update with a new app icon (proline has three-letter abbreviation Pro) and some other improvements in design and localization.
I can’t say that I’m completely satisfied with the resulting icon.
The formula could be a bit larger, especially its labels.

Maybe I’ll update Amino Acids again

but not now.
Filed under ,    Tagged as , , , ,                 February 26, 2014 · 1:44 pm.
A new version of  was approved on Monday, simultaneously with the.
That’s why I decided to write about the new app first.
I added German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian localizations.
Translating the app into these languages proved to be beneficial for the.
Filed under ,    Tagged as , , ,                 February 6, 2014 · 9:13 pm.
My second chemical app  was approved less than in one week after the first one about.
This time there have been no problems during the submission / review process at all.
New features: – It can be also called my first biochemical app.

– Flashcards mode – the player sees a formula or a name of an amino acid

tries to remember what’s the missing info is, checks “Show an Answer” and finally rates how well he/she knows this particular amino acid (from 1 – not at all – to 5 – very well).
The probability of this card to be shown again depends on this rating.

– The IAP is associated with flashcards

There are 34 compounds in the app and only 10 cards are available for free.
To get them all, one has to buy “All flashcards & Remove Ads”.

– “Promo buttons”:  a) instead of the “More Games” list in Settings

I have a direct link to  and other apps from the game.
The button shows up after answers to certain questions.
b) The button “Watch Ads” was moved from Settings to the game as well.
It shows an AdMob interstitial, gives hints for this, and disappears.
– So far it was localized only to English and Russian but I do have plans to add at least German, Spanish, and Italian in future updates.

– I may called it “a game” but it’s my first app in the Education category

Acknowledgements: icons for buttons were downloaded from  or were created with.
Filed under    Tagged as , , , , ,                 July 18, 2013 · 11:35 pm.
I’m busy with both real-life tasks and with reading about creation of apps.
Today I’ll be very brief.
– I got an inspiration to draw more fruits and vegetables.
Essentially I want to draw every thing that comes to my mind.
Though some objects (cabbage!) are difficult to draw realistically, while others are a pice of cake (bell pepper!).
– I drew the structure of 23 amino acids (20 classical + selenocysteine + pyrrolysine + β-alanine).

I refused to use Elementals and switched to a different editor

But it’s merely a beginning.
I need much more chemical graphics, not saying about the implementation of the functional app.
– Thus, I found that it’s too early to read books and Wiki for “amino acid tips” that I want to introduce after every correct answer.
I can write dozens of them, but it’s hard to choose which level of the user I’m targeting.
Should I teach them that proteins consist of amino acid residues.
Or must it be a trivial stuff for those who want to learn AA structures with the help of my app.
–  was a paid app for 5 days.
There is a significant increase in downloads today when it’s free again.
18 first days of July will be definitely more profitable than 18 days the game was on the App Store in June.
Filed under    Tagged as , , , , ,                 July 12, 2013 · 12:06 am.
I continue thinking about the pros and cons of making the Amino Acids app using standard UI elements and Cocos.
What Color is This Monster.
is essentially a similar quiz, and it was written in Cocos.
I had to draw all buttons and bars but I had more freedom.
But that was a game, now I’d like to make a scientific application, and the design can be different.
For example, I can allow the portrait-landscape rotation.

Making a scrollable table of 20 amino acids would be also much easier than in Cocos

So the first goal is to play with standard elements in Xcode and prepare main screens to see how they look.
Is there enough space for all buttons I plan to add.
Can I add both an image and a label to one button.

Only after I set on the basic design and the standard UI vs

Cocos dilemma, I’ll begin drawing all pictures and structures.
Filed under    Tagged as , , , ,                 July 9, 2013 · 8:03 pm.
Yesterday I took a break from blogging here because I was busy with real-life tasks and didn’t have much to say about app development.
Since almost nobody reads these posts, I feel free to use blogging as an exercise in writing.
Seriously, .

It’s the most significant piece in English I’ve written since the defense of my Ph

Filed under    Tagged as , , , , ,                 July 7, 2013 · 11:12 pm.

Thinking about quizzes and recycling What Color is This Monster?

I came up with an idea of tests about the biologically important class of chemicals, amino acids.
I always was reluctant and skeptical about chemistry apps.
They cannot be blockbuster hits.
There are maybe thousands rather than millions of users who can potential download these apps.
Moreover, I wanted to show that I can do something outside my field of expertise.
The fact that I was trained as a chemist doesn’t automatically mean that all I’m working on has to deal with chemistry.
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Русская версия этого сайта.
on Melisa on  on.
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