Finally submitted to App Store and Google Play! Fingers crossed...

Yoni Shveka
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My first app! Exactly six months after the initial idea popped into my head, I finally submitted my app to the stores. It's a playlist generator for Spotify users based on user fine-tuned filters. I am excited and a little nervous. Let's hope everything goes well and it will be in the stores in a couple of days. Take a look here and let me know what you think! https://www.producthunt.com/upco...

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Bogomil Shopov - Bogo
Products. Security. Privacy. Ethics.
Oh that's cool idea! Please comment here when available so I can try it!
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Vivek Ganesan
Building Notesally.com
100 points for a cool user interface! I like the way your UI looks analog. All the very best for the launch.
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Elena Cirera
I am the Product Owner @ Vidmonials
We are wishing you the best of luck!
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Jessie
On earth to contribute and create value.
I like how you design it to give it a studio feel... Almost like the user is the producer/songwriter, very cool experience! I'm curious to learn more, I just subscribed. Good luck 🙌
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Yoni Shveka
Founder and CEO of Groovifi
Available in Google Play! https://play.google.com/store/ap...
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jonny vince
Silent people have the loudest minds.
We wish you success in your endeavors. Great job BTW
Geoff Coshow
@Bogomil Shopov - Bogo This is a fantastic idea, but you need to know a few things first! To begin, download and install the Android Studio application. Some versions are charged, and https://wealthofgeeks.com/free-g... might assist you with this. It is the official Android development environment (IDE) for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Although you can utilize different environments besides Android Studio to develop Android apps. Android Studio will download the Android SDK and other components if they are not already installed on the PC. The Android SDK is a software development kit (SDK) that comprises libraries, executables, scripts, documentation, and more. The code, along with any data and resources, is compiled into an.apk file by the Android SDK. I hope you will be able to attend!