Episode 21: Indie Apps Then And Now with Charlie Chapman

Episode 21: Indie Apps Then And Now with Charlie Chapman

We could be independent together.

For our twenty-first regular show, we have to start off on a somber note as we say goodbye to friend of the show and our first guest, Clark Goble. Clark was a wonderful guest, a terrific human being, and we send our sincere condolences to his friends and family. A link to support his family is included below. No fortnight this week as we continue to recover from the Apple Event last week. In the HomeKit chronicles, Jake reviews the Honeywell Lyric security system. Is it ready for prime time and your HomeKit home? In our main topic, we are pleased to be joined by friend of the show and (newly official) independent app developer Charlie Chapman. We talk with Charlie about his path to independence and about his app, white noise app Dark Noise, as it lands in the App Store. We hope you enjoy our chat with Charlie about the life of an independent app developer in 2019.

Show Notes:

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Our show is produced by Nathan Mace (antiwraith on Ars)and edited by Dan Vincent. Our theme song is composed by the wondrous Space Vixen, who you can find on twitter @cat_cornett and their music at spacevixen.bandcamp.com.

Charlie can be found at his website or on twitter at @chuckyc17 and his app Dark Noise can be found here

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