Uploaded my first app to the Google Play store!

It has been ages since I have written an article and this one is different to the prior articles, for a long time I have been very interested in the Russian language and history of Russia overall. I find the language to be fascinating and beautiful and have attempted many times to spend 20 minutes a day learning different aspects of it, some parts of it are a lot more difficult than others but I find it a fun thing to do!

Because of this interest I have read books by various Russian authors including Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Ivan Turgenev and Leo Tolstoy, I find that when I read books written by Russian authors I am thoroughly immersed in the characters that they create and the situations they find themselves in, epsecially Prince Myshkin in Dostoyevsky’s “The Idiot” and Raskolnikov in “Crime and Punishment”.

During lockdown I have fused my interest in Russia and my passion for app development to build an app that will maybe help people learn the Russian alphabet with basic examples as I know I struggled when learning as well, I have also added a page which showcases a few of my favourite authors from Russia (however, I need to add some text to their description page yet)

I have thoroughly enjoyed this journey of firstly creating, developing and projecting my app to the Google play store it has been very stressful at times but just as fun in others, the app is very basic at the moment (So if you do in your awesomeness find the time to download it please be kind in the reviews ;) )

The link to the app is here — https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.russianalphabetupdated&hl=en_GB&pli=1

It is completely free and no ads are present I am hoping this will be one of many and each app I develop and upload to the app store will be more complex than the last!

Thank you for reading I appreciate the responses, shares and clasp A LOT

Hope you all have a great day, and stay safe!

Software Developer in the UK. With a keen passion for React Native & C#. Blog — https://cowboycode.co.uk/