Yes, apart from my Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, I have had some extensive experience with app development, both as a personal hobby and as a freelancer.
I believe the most challenging part about developing mobile apps is convincing yourself that people would actually go and use your app which is often hard to imagine sitting in front of a less-than-perfect, incomplete project.
Gokhan Egri is a 22 year old coder from Turkey.
Spotify: Because it has allowed me to build Tempo :)
To be able to easily create genre and BPM-based apps which was once covered by a very popular Spotify feature called "Spotify Running" which was then removed for some reason. Music is a vital part of both my and many people's lives and it is therefore quite rewarding to enhance your day-to-day activities with the "right" music.
Currently, no apps offer the functionality to create BPM-based playlists, let alone through an easy-to-understand interface. I think this is a good application to accommodate different activities where users might want to adapt their playlists to the natural flow of the activity.
- A Web version of the app is available at https://tempo-playlist-app.herokuapp.com/, check it out! - With the last update, you can now add individual tracks to your Liked Songs library by double-tapping on the song. - Here is some Easter Egg exclusive to appoftheday.downloadastro.com users: In the app, there are genres which you can unlock by shaking your phone at certain times of the day. One of them is "Reggae" at 16:20 and another one if "Disney" at 10:31. Have fun discovering the others!
Enjoy the app! And also try the Web version of the app at https://tempo-playlist-app.herokuapp.com/ !
About App: Want to get a high tempo rock playlist for your next run? Maybe a chill instrumental one for a book? Some romantic Latin for a date? Maybe you want a little bit of all? Well, shine on you crazy genre-hopper, for we've got 'em all! Tempo's intuitive user interface allows you to easily create unique playlists of up to 20 songs by specifying the BPM flow of the playlist and the genres. With your finger! By drawing! Isn't that something? Also, with the Spotify integration, you can directly save your playlists to your Spotify account! Have fun experimenting!
Date: April 2, 2020
Developer: Gokhan Egri
About developer: Gokhan Egri is a 22 year old coder from Turkey. Read more