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News, links, research, and product announcements from XOXCO in Austin, TX.

  1. Posts tagged apps

  2. The new iPad version of XOXCO Dispatch hit iTunes yesterday, and it is currently featured prominently in the newsstand section of the app store! 
All of the back issues, now in a fancy, sliding iPad magazine format, are available for free in the app, and there are a bunch of goodies lurking in them like free copies of my low polygon app. And of course essays by Adam and I, cool illustrations by Bushra, and lots of links to nerdy stuff.
Now, our zine is available as an email, as an ebook on your Kindle (and other readers), or as a universal iOS app… all published and controlled in one place: Packagr.
With Packagr, anyone can do this.

    The new iPad version of XOXCO Dispatch hit iTunes yesterday, and it is currently featured prominently in the newsstand section of the app store! 

    All of the back issues, now in a fancy, sliding iPad magazine format, are available for free in the app, and there are a bunch of goodies lurking in them like free copies of my low polygon app. And of course essays by Adam and I, cool illustrations by Bushra, and lots of links to nerdy stuff.

    Now, our zine is available as an email, as an ebook on your Kindle (and other readers), or as a universal iOS app… all published and controlled in one place: Packagr.

    With Packagr, anyone can do this.

    (Source: benbrown)

    posted 1 year ago on Jun 15, 2013 | Permalink | 2 notes

  3. We’re very happy to announce that this weekend, Pixel Pix 1.2 hit the App Store! Pixel Pix turns normal iPhone photos into low-rez pixel art masterpieces. It has 12 colorful filters, and over 200 pre-made pixel art stickers to enhance your photo. 

    The new version has 6 new filters, exports images at double the previous size, and allows you to share your pictures via Muzy, a cool iPhone photo editing app.

    Pixel Pix is one of the top 1000 free iPhone apps, and has been downloaded by 20,000 people! Join the pixel party!

    posted 2 years ago on Aug 13, 2012 | Permalink | 7 notes

  4. Our rad new designer Bushra has been hard at work on a new video to help explain and promote SendTab, our multi-platform screen switching tool.
To say that she gets the XOXCO aesthetic would be putting it mildly.

    Our rad new designer Bushra has been hard at work on a new video to help explain and promote SendTab, our multi-platform screen switching tool.

    To say that she gets the XOXCO aesthetic would be putting it mildly.

    posted 2 years ago on Jul 12, 2012 | Permalink | 1 note

  5. Kind words from our users

    Over the long weekend, a few new posts about XOXCO products appeared. It’s always nice to see kind words written about our apps!

    Here’s one about Make Pixel Art:

    A comprehensive program that will work with many artists of the pixel in a community with room for all levels and continues to grow.

    And here’s an article that makes a case for SendTab (or something SendTab-like) being built into Apple’s iCloud:

    iPad. iPhone. MacBook. Work Windows PC.

    This is a very common set of devices for somebody to have. We try to sync all our data between them, but there is still not a solid way. As great as iCloud is, it still does not cover some syncing between devices that should be standard. One of those, is tab syncing for browsers.

    posted 2 years ago on May 29, 2012 | Permalink

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