Hi! I am Samuel E. Giddins, a budding developer, musician, student, etc. I hope you're here because you've heard good things about me or the things I've made, such as my iPhone apps, Clickr (a new way for Little League umpires to keep track of a game), DrawnByMe (a fun way to draw and doodle), and Who's Here? (a quick and easy way for teachers to take attendance).
Ever wished that umpiring Little League games was easier? Wanted to focus more on the game than the counting?
Say hello to Clickr, the clicker that umpires have needed for years.
An app to replace the cruddy plastic clicker that has haunted umpires for decades!
Look interesting? Buy it on the App Store to support me in the development of future apps.
An app that makes doodling fun and simple! Want to draw a mustache on a friend? Go ahead! Add characters to a scene? Have at it! Use DrawnByMe to pass the time, and when done, save and share the drawing! Delight in a creation all your own, and enjoy the creative process, and its byproduct.
As an added bonus, you can paint with different brushes, such as smiley faces and sparkles! (A homage to a very creative friend!)
Buy DrawnByMe on the App Store, have fun with it, and help me in the creation of something even bigger...
Who’s Here? is the best app for attendance taking! Whether you’re chaperoning a school trip, teaching a class, or conducting a rehearsal, look no further than Who’s Here? to make taking attendance quick and painless.
You walk into class, the bell’s about to ring, students are already at their seats, and you have an awesome lesson planned for the day. Do you take the half hour to log onto the network to take attendance? Of course not! You just fire up Who’s Here?, go through the class roll, and off you go!
Buy Who's Here on the App Store, use it, and upgrade to pro if you like it!
I have played the trumpet for nine years, the flugelhorn for two, guitar for four, and bass for five. my high school's wind ensemble has performed in Carnegie Hall, as well as Spain, England, and Finland. You can see a video of our performance at Carnegie Hall in March, 2012.