Maui Apps

As a developer for more than half my life, it wasn’t long until I started writing Apps for the iPhone. And to those who know me, it was no surprise that the first Apps I wrote were Maui themed.


Daily Maui Photo App

The Daily Maui Photo App for iPhone and iPad brings the same daily photos from the Daily Maui Photo website right in the palm of your hands.

With features like posting to Facebook, Twitter, sharing via email, and saving daily photos to your Camera Roll, it’s a great way to add a little Aloha to your day.

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Maui Postcards App

Following up on the success of my first Maui App, the Maui Postcards App was my second App featuring my Maui photos.

Building on top of the Sincerely Ship API, the Maui Postcards App allows users to browse through hand-selected Maui photos from my trips to the island and create personalized postcards that are printed and shipped to anyone in the world.

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Maui Food Trucks App

Food Trucks App ScreenshotFind all the best Food Trucks all over Maui with the Maui Food Trucks App, powered by the online database managed by the folks over at Food Trucks on Maui.

Find food trucks by name, food type, or region. View photos, schedules, contact info, and even call the truck operator right from the App.

Also features links to Yelp reviews for select trucks as well.

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Maui Wall Candy App

Pad Version: Collections ViewThe Maui Wall Candy App for iOS features free and for-purchase wallpaper and other digital images for all your iOS devices.

Browse gorgeous, handpicked and custom sized imagery of Maui from photographer Kris Nelson that will have you dreaming of the Valley Isle every time you pick up your phone or iPad.

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More to Come

Seeing that much of my personal development is a currently limited only by my free time available, the ideas for projects on the road map is always long as the development time can’t keep up.

Aside from the list above, there at least 3 other Maui Apps I have either sketched out or even started that I hope to have time to work on within the next year or so.

And then, there’s still the decision on whether or not I want to take up Android development, too.

Definitely something to keep tabs on as my work with Apps progresses.