• 0 Black History Audio Book App for iPhone Released

    All three episodes of the Black History Audio Book series are now in one app for your iPhone. We've combined the 3 Android books into one 30 chapter iPhone anthology. The Black History Audio Book for iPhone is now live in the App Store. Watch the video to discover more.

  • 0 Black History People Name Game

    • Games
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 10/08/2018

    The idea for this game has been kicking around Quikthinking central for a long time. It's one of three different games currently on the drawing board. Originally called Black History People Word Game, the final title is Black History People Name Game. This casual game app isn't available now but will be released soon...first on Android. Want to see how the game works? Visit the Quikthinking Software YouTube channel, watch the Black History People Word Game video sneak peak, and then subscribe to our channel for an insiders view of everything we do! Thanks. The video was recorded before the final name of the app was selected.  

  • 0 New African American Emojis for Texting are AAeMojis

    • Apps
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 10/05/2018

    Eight new African American Emojis nicknamed AAeMojis for Android have been added to our entertainment app. There are now 110 emojis in the collection, with an iPhone/iPad version on the way. It is super easy to use them for texting or on Facebook personal pages (in comments). Discover more and download AAeMojis.

  • 0 How To Find The Hidden Videos In Black History Audio Book 3 App

    App Developer Hugh Smith. Story telling is a tradition that never grows old. The spoken word carries our culture forward from one generation to the next. Before written text, there was the oral tradition. Audio narratives that were voiced by the educated, the soothsayers, the griot, or our elders are how people learned about everything before the dawn of books. This tradition continues today. Maybe that's why our Black History Audio Books 1 & 2 apps are so popular. We did something different for the 3rd volume. For those of you who like to watch as well as listen or read, we've got you covered. Several videos are also included in Black History Audio Book 3 to support the written words and spoken stories. The video below shows you how to find the hidden videos in Black History Audio Book 3!  We are finalizing the iPhone version of the three Android Black History Audio Books. It is finished. The app is going through advanced testing before we release it.

  • 0 How To Use African American Emojis for Android Text Messaging Updated

    • Apps
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 09/26/2018

    How To Use African American Emojis for Android Text Messaging. By popular demand this video includes an update about using the emojis with Facebook. Yes, we are finishing up a new version of the AAeMojis for iPhone. We hope to release it as soon as possible. Here's more info on how to get the AAeMojis app Android version right now.   

  • 0 Who Said That Contest from Quikthinking and Team Blackman

    Time for some fun. How would you like the chance to win a unique backpack courtesy of Chris Fraley Presents? Chris Fraley is Blackman "saving mankind one stereotype at a time." With the Team Blackman backpack you'll be making a hair raising fashion statement! Through September 29, we'll be posting quotes from our Black History Quotes Express App on QuikthinkingSoftware1 Instagram and Quikthinking Software Facebook. If you know Who Said That, just tell us who it is. No cheating! Black History is not just a February event. Celebrate some of the most memorable quotes from notable African Americans handpicked from Black History Quotes Express. Test your knowledge and answer our daily Who Said That Black History Quote. The person with the most correct answers at the end of the week will get a special shout out and the Team Blackman backpack. Let's have some fun!  Put your thinking cap on and play Who Said That?!  

  • 0 How To Use African American Emojis for Android Text Messaging

    • Apps
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 09/22/2018

    Developer Hugh Smith   African American emojis for Android text messaging are in high demand. In May of 2018, we released the AAeMojis app with little fanfare. We've been adding both new emojis and animated GIFs to the collection almost every month since. We've commissioned our artist to develop another 6 emojis to bring the collection up to 108 stickers in early October, 2018. Watch this video to see how easy it is to text using the AAeMojis. I explain how to do it using an Android phone, texting to an iPhone. Right now, AAeMojis is an Android only app. After the video, discover more about AAeMojis - African American emojis for Android.  

  • 0 Banana Bear Shuffle Game Banana Jam

    • Games
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 09/16/2018

    Banana Jam! Our skilled player fans really know how to get the most enjoyment out of the Banana Bear Shuffle game app. Watch me in this video play the game and see if I can rise to the occasion. You'll be surprised how I measure up compared to the experts! Join the fun and download Banana Bear Shuffle.

  • 0 Black History Audiobook for iPhone

    We've created a new Black History Audiobook for iPhone from our three Android versions. Now you'll be able to listen to all 30 chapters in one app. The iPhone version contains every chapter from all three Android Black History Audiobook apps. Here's a four screen sneak peak from the finished IOS version. We hope to have it in the App Store within a few weeks pending acceptance by Apple. Discover the 3 Android versions of Black History Audiobook right now.  

  • 0 How We Create Apps

    • Apps
    • by Hugh Smith
    • 09/01/2018

    The process of creating an app can be a lot of fun. A team can collaborate. One developer can do it all. We've had team members help, and we've done some apps solo. Here's a log of the Emoji Game QuikMoji. You can see at the bottom of the log that this was not the original name of the game. The two original name candidates are written at the bottom of the log. As games go, this one took just shy of one month (May 24, 2017 - June 22, 2017). Twenty-nine days from inspiration to completion. My daily log indicates what was done, what needed to be fixed, and what needed to be improved. We never release any apps with known bugs. What does it take to create an app? Knowledge of a programming language or a template building system Dedication to finish the project The mindset to get your project into the hands of users The aptitude to acknowledge that perfection comes with experience Just release the app and improve it, don't procrastinate These are our 5 tips for success!

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