I work as a Web-Application-Developer for more than 12 years and started creating apps in my free time about 10 years ago.
Nothing really challenging, but I had privacy always in mind when I was working with sensitive information like location or the phonebook entries. In the end, you can create records faster when you grant permissions to your phone book or your location, but you never need to. It is still working however with a bit more typing.
Simple Gallery – Nice and straight forward gallery with no bloat (paid version)
Solid Explorer – Powerful support for cloud/LAN storage with a nice GUI.
Network Analyzer – Allows me to quickly check a network with my mobile phone.
I was working on this app about a month after I had the idea and a rough concept. In total the process took about 8-12 weeks.
I wanted to create an app, that allows users easily to keep track of their contact. This should be done with high comfort but also with an eye on privacy.
The app allows you easily and fast to keep track of your contacts. The process is straightforward, and you don’t have to create the person record first before you can use them, everything is done on one screen. Exports allow you to easily share and process your data in external applications or on your laptop.
Currently, there are no features planned. But when users contact me with ideas for improvement, I implement these usually.
Which feature do you like most? Which feature do you like least? What would you improve?
Keep a privacy-friendly log of your contacts.
Keep this contact diary and record when you met with whom.
Just hold on to who you met with. The location can optionally be determined by GPS. The contacts can be added via an input field or from the address book.
Your data remains on your device!
The data remains only on the device and is not passed on to third parties. The application has no Internet access, so the data cannot leave the device.
Location (optional): To add the current position
address book (optional): Add contacts from the address book
Categories: Health & Fitness
Date: August 25, 2021
Developer: Dieter Thiess