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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Launching an app using 3G internet from a desert in Peru

Launching an app is a challenge at the best of times. Launching an app 6,000 miles from home, in Peru, adds a whole extra layer of fun. However, it’s completely possible, as I’m about to prove at 8am London time. The past 24 hours have involved setting the launch date to Sunday for the London […]

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Mancora to Chachapoyas to see Kuelap

  While I was in Mancora I really wanted to visit Kuelap which is near Chachapoyas. However, most bus journeys from Mancora go directly to Lima. I knew that EPPO go from Piura to Mancora but I also knew that these buses are pretty basic with very frequent stops and little regard for a passengers luggage. […]

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Best apps for creating mockups

  If you’ve had an idea for an app, one of the first things you should do is create a mockup of how the app will work. Why? Mockups help you explain your app to others so that they can comment on features and offer improvements They help you gain a deep understanding of the […]

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Resources and tools for an iPhone app developer

A few years back I launched a course on building a successful iPhone app. It was called iPhone App Rockstar. I’ve since retired the course, but I thought it would be useful for developers and entrepreneurs out there if I shared the resources page from inside the members area. The course cost $69 and I […]

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Recording a video of your app in action

When creating a new app, an essential part of my launch strategy is to create a video showing the app in action. Traditionally, I’ve used an SLR camera and a tripod and filmed myself using the app. It’s not ideal, especially without a macro lens which would allow better closeups. However, it’s nice to see […]

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Working on a new app..

As per usual I’m working on a new app! This is an old passion project of mine that I’m glad I’m able to finally bring to life in a way that I’ve always wanted to. The app is going to be called London Cyclist (after my website) and it involves an enormous database I’m putting […]

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All day’s eShop profits to charity Water

Midnight, 2 nights ago in Medellin, Colombia I came across a post on Tim Ferriss’ blog. He has been posting regularly recently and I haven’t had time to keep up, but this post caught my attention. Tim was aiming to raise $100,000 to provide people around the world with clean drinking water. One of our […]

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