I'm Andreas Kambanis and I'm the founder of Nibble Apps. This blog is all about creating and launching successful apps.

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Good UI change from Aweber

I’m a sucker for good, thoughtful user interaction design. Today, when I logged in my Aweber, which I use to send out weekly newsletters, I saw this on the final page of scheduling a broadcast: Previously, as I would typically be half way around the world I’d have to do the following: Work out what […]

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Improving pictures with Adobe Lightroom


  On the journey back from Antarctica, during the Drake Passage, I had time to kill. Onboard the ship they had 4 big Mac computers, so I jumped on one and started playing around with Lightroom. I was blown away with what can be achieved within about 5 minutes of picture editing. It’s very easy […]

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Accounting lessons learnt in my first year with FreeAgent

Choosing FreeAgent as my accounting software is in my “Best decisions I made in 2014” list. (It sits just after “creme and cookies icecream instead of cookie dough”.) However, before I reached accounting nirvana, there were a few bumps along the way. I want to share these here with fellow FreeAgent users in case it helps save […]

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Keeping habits while travelling for a year

Glass of cold water with ice in it next to a macbook

One of the toughest things to do whilst travelling is to keep your good habits and form new habits. However, I have had some success. I’ll punch you if you don’t do it! My best example is the habit of drinking water. Travelling with a friend of mine, we had inspiration to create a new […]

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Getting an app in to the top 10 on the app store

How do you get an iPhone app in to the top 10 in the app store? That’s a question we solved a while back, when launching Caveman Feast. Let me share a little bit about our launch day. On the 23rd of July, George shared our app on his Facebook and mentioned our giveaway.   […]

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Internet access in South America

Whilst working remotely this year I’ve had a real chance to test out different internet options in Central America and South America. From Peru to El Salvador, it’s been a real challenge to stay connected, launch apps, download big files and have Skype calls. Fortunately, I’ve learnt a heck of a lot and wanted to […]

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My app launch was a failure

There are a couple of quotes on failure that I like: “I missed more than 90,000 shots in my career, I’ve lost almost 300 games, 26 times I’ve trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” Michael […]

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