Nootka gives real-time feedback, has multiple difficulty levels, and is customizable.
The app makes use of the sensors on your phone and offers a digital science notebook to record your findings.
With these seven open source apps, you can play chess against your phone or an online opponent, study and analyze chess games, turn your phone into a basic chess clock, and even organize a chess tournament.
I'm getting ready to hit the road—mentally ready, anyway. In less than 48 hours, I'll be back on the first of two legs heading from Vancouver to Santiago, Chile, my "home away from home." This month, I'll share thoughts on open music and traveling. For those of you who haven't visited Chile, I... Read more
There is a rich and growing ecosystem of open source applications for mobile devices, just like the desktop. Learn about several free and open source drawing applications for Android.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at IBM's Quarks IoT development tool, the rise of open source textbooks, open source release of Google's TensorFlow Serving, and more. Open source news roundup for February 13 - 19, 2016
To realize the full potential of location-based smartphone apps, they should be built to support offline mode and original map graphics. Creating a custom offline map is the best choice. We were faced with this challenge as well, and the solution we came up with was creating a separate library for... Read more
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F-Droid brings free and open source apps to your Android device
Open source ten years ago and today. A lot has changed, for the better.