No. I did not have prior coding experience. I’m all self-taught. The only thing that was guiding me through was the idea for the app.
The hardest part was learning how to build apps natively. The app was first created on Android using Java. I further expanded and learned how to code in objective-c for iOS, macOS, and C# for Windows 8 and now only on Windows 10.
Besides my other apps? I thrive on listening to music so Apple Music app is definitely a must, GPS Waze to get me around, and MyFitnessPal to make sure I’m eating right.
Since December 2012 and still going.
The problem is, students are not aware of how to properly cite from different sources. American Psychological Association (APA) releases manuals on how to properly write in APA format essays. Schools and colleges require students to comply with these APA guidelines. Students don’t have time to sit around and read a 100+ page manual. The solution I came up with was the Citation Generator. An app that shows how to format and structure in-text citations, references, and essay outline.
Citation Generator is better because it was built natively for each platform and always making sure the accuracy of the results. The app does not require the need for internet. I think that is the biggest feature because of a lot of schools in certain buildings cut off internet access. Generated citations are saved in a database on the user device where it can be later reviewed, shared, and even printed if needed. It is a testament to its accuracy when teachers and schools are downloading the app in high volumes.
Future plans are to keep on improving, adapting to new APA editions, and adding more sources.
It needs more app reviews. Usually users do not review apps unless it is really bad but for the benefits that all my users are gaining I invite you to place a review. Share the app with your fellow students and teachers. I’m always open for feedback and feature requests as well.
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