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Retro Month 2021 is now over. Here's what's next!

Hey, everyone! At the time I'm writing this, there is only one day left in May. As a result, I think it's safe to say that the "Retro Month" event that took place this month has now reached its end. It's been a pretty exciting May, but with any luck, the coming months should be even better! So, let's get started.

A Quick Recap:
Before I go into my plans for the upcoming days, weeks, and even months, I feel that a quick Retro Month recap is in order.

It all started with a PreBook update, which mainly focused on further improving the app's user interface. Then, it was time for a much-needed PreMail update. This essentially brought it up to date with PreBook, which was the app it was originally based on. Additionally, I decided to finally make it open source. After that, I switched gears and released my first Pebble app: a version of Compliment Moi. Lastly, I released an update for the Pebble version of Compliment Moi that introduced color to the app just a few days later. Overall, I'd say this was a very eventful month!

What's Next:
As for what's next, I have a lot of awesome stuff planned. For one, I hope to release the iOS app I've been working on for ages soon, and I also plan to update some of my other apps. I'm already scheming up some updates for Violoncello, LifeBoard, TaskNudge, binoc, and of course, Compliment Moi. I definitely have a ton of plans for my software this summer, and while I can't guarantee they'll all come to fruition, I do think there's plenty to be excited about! So, be sure to stay tuned for more updates, and thanks for reading.

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