"Probably the best wish for a dreamer: Be underestimated", 잫읻 젤지옥루
Posted on October 7th, 2015 No comments
Posted on May 22nd, 2013 No comments
RADYO is continuously compared with other apps those having the ability of streaming audio.
As I’ve heard that RADYO is not better than other applications. I had to see if that’s really correct, so I could make important changes on the application. The result of the test: RADYO is far better than alternatives.
See it yourself, here is the proof:
Not enough? Don’t trust me, why don’t you try it yourself on your phone?
Posted on May 10th, 2013 No comments
Once upon a time, I have written a blog post related to optimizations for X numbers of users: http://cahit.hayalet.net/blog/543/harmless-future-optimizations-for-xillions (opens in new window)
I have found another good example to this today:
Could you catch it?
Live Tile of Mail application in my Windows Phone 8 device shows 478, the number of new/unread emails.
The Question: Is it O.K.?
For me, not.
What would a possible response be?
Dudetta! Read some mails and it’ll drop to 2 digits or just touch the tile for god sake!
This answer is soooo COOL! O-yeah!
The Question: Why not fix it?
Possible Answer: Fix what?
This may be an understandable problem for some and i respect them, however i do it for none of my projects. If i wait a little longer it will hit 4 digits. I just can’t answer users and customers with “Read some of them, just touch it and it’ll clear”. According to “me”, it should have been optimized for ironically large numbers of emails. I am almost sure that it wouldn’t take much time to change the tile design according to the number of digits of unread emails.
I don’t think that they ever tested the tile for 3 digits, because I am sure that they would find a way to fix it (like decreasing font-size etc..)
Supporting my old post, i still think that non-time consuming optimizations should be considered even at the first releases.
Posted on October 21st, 2010 No comments
Redrock M2 35mm adapter + Nikon Nikkor 55mm f/1.2 lens + iPhone 4 test video with %50 reduced quality. Here are the videos uploaded to Youtube:
Posted on March 3rd, 2010 No comments
Anyways, you can watch the video to see the test of a mobile application. You can click on the image or follow this link to watch the video: “Bir Uygulamanın Acımasız Testi“
Posted on March 1st, 2010 2 comments