Hurray for new blog!


I am doing a blog rehaul, transferring blog posts from Tumblr to WordPress.

My Tumblr ( just became really messy, with posts about code, and then another that’s an instant post from my Instagram (, or reblogs from my Stitch’s travel blog (

So anyway, I decided to make this new blog on WordPress ( that’ll be mostly code and dev related stuff.

I’ll also write app and game reviews, and whenever people gives me free ebooks, I’ll write reviews for those too. Once again, if you guys have anything that you developed and needs some extra love, just message me, I’ll be glad to write a review for you.

By the way, I’m also starting a new blog on Blogger ( that’ll be devoted to my almost four years stay in Taipei, about all the food I’ve eaten and places I’ve been.

Anyway, that’s it for now!



Apps, Review

Photo apps are now a dime a dozen, and Picmoji is one of them. Picmoji is a photo app that allows you to add stickers to your pictures.


The stickers that they offer are adorable, drawn in a thick outline style. Unfortunately, I’m
not sure where I’ll apply them. The sticker categories are quite random, like weather, gadgets, buildings or clothes.


It also has a store, where you can buy additional stickers. Food and pet stickers, anyone?


It’s lucky that I took Stitch out for laundry day and finally found where i can add the clothes stickers.

You can adjust the opacity, flip or change the colors of the stickers. of course, you can rotate and scale your stickers too. You ca add as many stickers as you want. you can also use the reset button to get rid of all of them.






And it has all the standard methods of sharing.


That’s it, Picmoji doesn’t offer much else. No filters, no text, or any photo editing abilities.

Overall, It’s an okay app, it just needs a bit more.

Jelly Glutton

Games, Review

Jelly Glutton is your run-the-mill match-3 game, similar to Candy Crush Saga.


All you have to do is to make matches while fulfilling the objective to pass each level. Levels have different objectives, in some you
need to reach a certain number of points, in others clear jellies in the same fashion as Candy Crush, and in others you need to make specified matches a number of times.


What makes Jelly Glutton interesting for me is that there are planets that umbrellas the different levels.





Planets dictate the theme of the levels under it. The themes cover not only the background of each level, but the things that you will be matching.

So in some planets, you match fruits, others candies, ice creams, and cookies. For me, they all look delicious.


In fact, what keeps me going is curiosity, I want to see what delightful treats other planets bring.


Unfortunately, Jelly Glutton limits plays using lives in the same fashion as Candy Crush.


Jelly Glutton may not be the next Candy Crush, but it’s a yummy game to pass the time.