NET panic

NET Panic

New release 1.2:

  • "live data" adapter info window
  • real-time adapter status trace
  • speed optimizations
  • close and show log window
  • more adapter info added to log
  • application design refresh

NET Panic is free to use, very simple software. Check out more details and means to download your copy.

Battery Limiter

Battery Limiter

New release 1.0.7:

  • sometimes "so smart" URL would reset and could not be saved again - fixed bug
  • "so smart" status is now a POST variable in addition of it beeing sent in the request body
  • updated max settings for "low limit" alarm to 60
  • new and easy custom alarm message editing found in options now
  • "reset position" button added in try context menu (use if you can't find your UI)

*** NEW - "so smart" quick guide, follow here

Battery Limiter is free to use, very simple software. Check out more details and means to download your copy.


Kevlar Bikini - Hi-Fi or Die

These guys are really great! Buy one of their albums "on a stick" (right here) and you'll get to see the works of me on a custom made visuals and player. HINT: catch the password for a hidden goodies while you listen to their album.


Tile 'em all

Once upon a time there was a gaming portal of highest quality...but nevermind that now... the original Tile 'em all (also featured here) is just one click away now :) There were some game variations voluntary, this is one of them here.

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Sign off

Fun and interesting project made for a Windows Phone platform challenge back in 2012. This platform has evolved and I have made some more applications for clients, but this one's my child and I keep telling myself I should find some time and come up with a "refreshed" edition.

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RSS Tracker

I think this was the first app for Windows Phone (7) platform I have ever made. Which is probably true if you want to judge it by its appearance. But nevertheless this app still has some hidden cards up its sleeves. For the sake of all of you out there still believing in RSS feeds.