I’ve just finished working on a great iOS mobile project called Invisible Cities.
The app allows you to view locations of audio stories that have been recorded around the city of Melbourne.
Once you get close to the story you can unlock it and listen to the story in the place where that story happened.
This project involved writing a web backend and Rest API using Laravel and Angular JS plus native iOS development using core location and audio streaming capabilities.
You can checkout more details on the project here: http://www.invisiblecities.com.au
I am very excited to annonce, although a little late, that the short film I worked on a while ago has been awarded the 5th place jury prize in the focus forward film competition at Sundance. It’s great to be involved in such a worthy project and fantastic to see that they have also raised almost £120,000 on kickstarted to further develop the project. I’m looking forward to seeing where they take this amazing idea.
I’m happy to announce that after couple of weeks spent coding, recording and sound designing an update for Aussie Lingo Audio Companion is now available in the app store.
The update includes:
– 20 more fun Aussie Slang and phrases examples
– Updated iPhone and iPad screen layout
– “Suggest” button to iPad and iPhone menus to enable lingo suggestions to be submitted directly from the main screen
– View Aussie Lingo Facebook page button in info section
Thanks to everyone who has submitted suggestions. Keep them coming!
To download or update you visit the app store
Here is the updated iPhone interface:
and here is the updated iPad interface:
After a few months of development, recording, editing and mixing Aussie Lingo Audio companion is now available in the iTunes app store!
Aussie Lingo Audio Companion contains over 400 fun, uniquely Australian, slang words and phrases each with an explanation of their meaning and a professionally recorded and produced audio example of their usage.
The audio will not only help you understand the lingo’s meaning but also provides a clear example of how us Aussies pronounce words and the Aussie twang we are known for.
Whether you’re traveling or moving to Australia and want to sound more like local or just want to have fun exploring the colourful lingo we use, Aussie Lingo Audio Companion has you covered mate.
Aussie Lingo Audio Companion also enables you to:
Mark lingo as a favorite for easy recall,
Search for lingo to find the prefect bit of lingo for the job,
Submit your own lingo suggestions directly via the app
Aussie Lingo Audio Companion is also universal so works on both the iPad and iPhone
If you would like to hear some examples of the lingo and audio please visit the Aussie Lingo Audio Companion page
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