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Almost a month ago I released Soundrs. For me it was the most successful release of an app made by me ever. And it has been a busy month, but also pretty excited. That’s why I would liked to take some time to analyse how has been this experience and share it with everybody interested on it.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check the app’s website and this post from the release day.

Reid Hoffman once said: “If You’re Not Embarrassed By The First Version Of Your Product, You’ve Launched Too Late”. …

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Security should be a thing. An important thing actually. But I, as many other app developers, only know some basics. More common sense that real expertise. But that doesn’t mean that I’m not worry about the security of the app I work on, and that’s why I come here to write a bit about my tries hiding some API keys from others. I tell you my case.

What I want

My app is going public. Everybody can us it. That means that once it is shipped, I have no control of what the people do with the file.

Because I don’t want any one else than me having access to the API keys, I should hide them as well as possible in the project. …

Three have passed since I wrote my last post about Soundrs and here I write now another about the current state of the app.

Today I’m pretty excited about Soundrs. Things are going well with the development in both platforms. Specially in Android, the remaining tasks are simple and short ones. …


Ayoze Pérez

From Gran Canaria to wherever. Android developer at TDSoftware. I love devices. Learning everyday.

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