The personal blog of Stuart Breckenridge

Apps


iOS Apps

Singapore Transit

Singapore Transit is a fast, beautiful app for the people of Singapore. Using your location, the app can determine nearby bus stops, or you can search for any bus stop in Singapore. Not only do you get the estimated arrival time, you can also see the location of arriving buses on the map. Subtle colour changes also let you know whether you’ll be able to grab a seat on an arriving bus, or if you’ll have to stand.

That’s not all, though! Singapore Transit also allows you to view the latest MRT service status and any available public bus or MRT shuttle serivces that are in operation, along with traffic status, rich notifications, and Apple Watch support.

Check out the website.

Baby Feeds

Retired. Baby Feeds helps you monitor your baby’s milk intake: date, time, amount, source; with daily, weekly, and monthly comparison statistics.

The FFI List

Retired. The FFI List is the most efficient way to monitor and validate GIINs contained in the IRS FFI List.

Primes — Numbers Game

Retired. Play Primes — show the world just how good with numbers you really are by finding the highest Prime numbers possible in each round.

Amazing Flag Quiz

Retired. Amazing Flag Quiz is the premium flag quiz game and comes with over 230 flags in six different games, with leader boards, achievements, and integration with Facebook and Twitter.

Live@Troon

Retired. The official app of the Live@Troon 2012 music festival.

Lucky Dip

Retired. The easiest and most convenient way to pick your lottery numbers for all UK based lottery games.


macOS Apps

FATCA Metadata Creator for macOS

For the first time, create IRS compatible FATCA metadata files on macOS. You can also download the source code on GitHub.


Node Apps

iTunes Receipt Validation

Spin up a Node + Express app so you can validate iOS app receipts with the App Store.


Windows Forms

FATCA Packets

FATCA Packets is the .NET implementation of the IDES Data Preparation tool. You can read more about this tool here. The source code is available on GitHub and I’ve also made a ClickOnce deployment available here.