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  • User25759 posted

    Have you shipped an app built with Xamarin? We want to talk to you. We are always looking for new ways to help developers promote their apps built in C# with Xamarin.

    Please tell us about your app here in this forum thread.

    And share your app with us on Twitter by Tweeting:

    "I wouldn't have created this app without #Xamarin - <Name + URL>"


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    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 8:38 PM

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  • User59 posted

    I have a few apps in the store done with Xamarin.

    Nearest Bus is a quick bus locator for London, which won an award from Transport for London recently. It finds where you are, and queries the TfL "countdown" service to work out where your nearest stops are, and when the bus is going to arive.

    mobileAgent is a client for FreeAgent, which is a SaaS accounting package mostly focused on the UK. I wrote mobileAgent as I needed what it does - scratching my own itch. It allows offline entry of expenses, bills, receipts and mileage, as well as invoice creation and bank account viewing.

    Trip Wallet is another "scratch my own itch" app, which lets you record your spending when you are on holiday (or any time). You can enter multiple currencies, and it always resolves it back to your home currency, so you can see how much you have spent, and if you are on target or over budget.

    I've done a couple for other people, too:

    Earnest is an app for tracking income and expendature for very small businesses. It is based around the UK HMRC (IRS) requirement of only Income - Expenses = Tax to pay. This was done on contract for FreeAgent, and won an award from The Scottish Herald.

    Educa is an early childhood education startup, and I did their Android and iPad apps. It centers around a ECE center entering in the childs "learning stories", what they did that day, what they learned, how they are doing. It's mostly New Zealand, Australia and Asia-focused. This uses the same core libraries for service and database access across the two platforms.

    Could I have done this without Xamarin? yes, of course. But it wouldn't be nearly as much fun, nor would it have been as easy.

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:53 PM
  • User29 posted

    Great thread!

    Here is a list of my apps currently in the app store:

    gMusic 2 is a native Google Play Music app for iOS. It existed a few years before Google created an iOS app for Google Music.

    SmartEQ is a music app that lets automatically switches the active equalizer based on genres or your preferences

    Simple Toddler Addition is a simple app used to help young children learn addition. The source is available here: https://github.com/Clancey/ToddlerAddition

    Xamarin t-shirt app is a great app that allows you to order your very own C# shirt!

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:53 PM
  • User36 posted

    Mainly Xamarin.Android apps in my case. All open-source!

    Moyeu the best way to enjoy Hubway (Boston bike sharing system) on Android.

    • http://moyeuapp.net
    • https://github.com/garuma/Moyeu

    Similardio a quick prototype to match your Rdio library with LastFM database

    • http://blog.neteril.org/blog/2013/08/16/similardio-rdio-meets-lastfm/
    • https://github.com/garuma/Similardio

    Pebble Dashclock extension an extension to the brilliant Dashclock lockscreen widget to display the battery level of your Pebble

    • https://github.com/garuma/pebble-battery-dashclock-extension

    FriendTab an early app to track who owe who in your circle of friends.

    • http://blog.neteril.org/blog/2013/02/17/friendtab-initial-release/
    • https://github.com/garuma/FriendTab
    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 11:19 PM
  • User7475 posted

    Uppr, a bulk uploader for Flickr that sits in your Mac menu tray. It watches folders for files to upload and even pick up as soon as they are dropped in.


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:05 AM
  • User3352 posted

    We're building Omlet Chat using Xamarin for both Android and iOS. We have over 60,000 lines of shared code and deep platform integrations for both versions. Here are a few libraries we've ported and open sourced along the way.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:09 AM
  • User4691 posted

    We've built Script Timer with Xamarin, currently for iPhone and iPad. It estimates how long it'll take to read presentations or speeches.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:47 AM
  • User1344 posted

    I created Wallet Guard with Xamarin. It allows you to securely store the contents of your wallet right on your phone. Manage your passwords, and keep your information secure.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 1:37 AM
  • User2874 posted

    Goal Weight - inspired by the Hacker's Diet and my own struggles with weight control. Use the weighted moving average to smooth out daily weight fluctuations and keep yourself working towards your goal.


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:41 AM
  • User150 posted

    inSSIDer - Arguably the most popular and the best Wi-Fi monitoring tool available for Windows, Mac, and Android. We use Xamarin + our home-brewed cross-platform framework (inspired hugely by Prism for WPF).


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 3:53 AM
  • User410 posted

    House Alarm is more than a remote control for your Paradox Home Alarm system. You can change arming modes, view system health and get push notifications when your alarm is triggered. https://itunes.apple.com/app/id797462538

    DDWrt Data draws a realtime bandwidth graph of your network IO and displays monthly usage for DDWrt enabled routers. https://itunes.apple.com/app/id778789885

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 6:08 AM
  • User48232 posted

    Piano Companion is a flexible chord and scale dictionary with user libraries and a reverse mode. Piano Companion allows you to find a chord or scale by its name. If you don't remember the name of the chord or scale, it helps you to find it by keys. Piano Companion shows chord and scale notes, degrees, fingering for both hands in major and minor scales. You can also listen to the scale or chord, to find out how it sounds. Itunes: http://bit.ly/10UFT96

    Songtive is a songwriting tool, band and social network. Songtive allows you to experiment with arrangements and chord progressions. It helps you to organize your favourite songs and chord charts, and to share them with your friends. It's still in progress but we are going to publish it in next couple weeks. http://www.songtive.com

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 6:51 AM
  • User4876 posted

    I have developed a lot of apps with Xamarin By date

    Jobrapido iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/jobrapido-jobs/id842642357?mt=8

    Jobrapido Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jobrapido

    Qookle iOS (recipe search engine) - https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/qookle/id773578884?mt=8

    iInterazioni iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/iinterazioni/id420408868?mt=8

    iInterazioni Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.merqurio.iinterazioni

    iProntuario iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/iprontuario/id439270063?mt=8

    iProntuario Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.merqurio.iannuario

    iAnnuario iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/iannuario/id383085588?mt=8

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 9:05 AM
  • User15482 posted

    We created the Best Companies app with Xamarin. Available on iPhone (iOS 7 only) and Android. Check out who the best companies to work for in the UK are, see what jobs they have posted and a wealth of other employee and company based information.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 1:22 PM
  • User3884 posted

    I wouldn't have created this app without #Xamarin

    Block Fury is a new twist on classic puzzle and arcade gaming!


    Mundo Petit is an iOS App launched in the Brazilian App Apple Store that helps parents-to-be shopping everything their baby will need from 0 to 12 months. It contains a list of suggested products, budget control and stores in the United States.


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 1:40 PM
  • User13877 posted

    I mainly built Mac apps, I wouldn't have created these without # Xamarin

    Vector Code (http://www.vectorcodeapp.com/) generates executable native code from your drawings and designs. It is built with C# (UI and business logic) and F# (compiler and code generator).


    Audiobook Creator (http://audiobookcreator.codingday.com/) is an app which enables the creation of audiobooks from ebooks. You can listen to it on the go with a music player, smart phone or on your computer.


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:13 PM
  • User7722 posted

    I also have a few Apps in the store avaiable on Android and iOS.

    can be used for mathematical graph-simulation f(x,y) and parametrical functions.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.RonnyCSHARP.VisualGraph3D

    iOS https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/visualgraph-3d/id657441399?mt=8

    and a 3D-Game like Tetris, but in 3D. 3d-tris https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/3d-tris/id789527122?mt=8

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:31 PM
  • User17035 posted

    I've been a .NET web and Windows developer for over 15 years and if I hadn't had Xamarin, the learning curve would have been too great for me to build an iOS app in a reasonable time. Fortunately, with Xamarin, I was able to use my knowledge of C#, the .NET Framework libraries, and the power of the full Visual Studio environment (including Resharper), which I'm familiar with, to build Shopping UK in just a couple of months. Shopping UK is an elegantly simple shopping list app that automatically categorises your items by supermarket aisle.

    I'm currently working on a new version of the app that takes advantage of .NET's powerful support for asynchronous programming mode, which I'm delighted to say, is fully supported by Xamarin.


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:41 PM
  • User48301 posted

    I've built an app for one of our clients that helps them process new cars coming in from the port. It scans the Vehicle Identification Number and calls a WebAPI that then calls an AS400 to interact with system data. Using Xamarin has made my life easier as I have been able to use portable class libraries on the WebAPI and also use them on the Android project. It makes transferring data across the wire as easy as using the WebAPI client libraries from NuGet. Asynchronous programming has been a breeze with Xamarin.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 3:48 PM
  • User24226 posted

    My Study Life

    It's a cross platform student planner (allows you to add classes, store homework etc.) written using the excellent MvvmCross framework.

    It was originally written using PhoneGap and although it had decent ratings (around 3.9), it really struggled when a user had a decent amount of data. The bugs were a little more unpredictable and less easy to solve too (not that all Xamarin bugs are easy to solve)! Switching to Xamarin saw an almost instant increase in ratings and also makes it easier to fix bugs / add features across all platforms :)

    iOS version coming soon too!


    Thursday, April 17, 2014 5:07 PM
  • User28813 posted

    I see that most of the applications are iOS applications. Do you also offer Android versions?

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 5:08 PM
  • User1341 posted

    Most of my apps are done as contract work and I am not allowed to speak about all. Some of them are not public available. But I am proud of them as if they are my very own. ;-)

    Just to list a view I am allowed to speak about:

    QR Code Scanner is an app that helps to authenticate against the customers product website. It supports iOS and Android.

    Telematics is an app that helps farmers keeping track of there machines. This is also available for both Android and iOS. I was also involved in the other apps offered by my client.

    TimePunch is a time tracking app. It was my very first app that got to the stores. I am currently working on a total make over of its UI. It is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The WP version was done by the client himself.

    All apps using extensively C# and I could not have done this without Xamarin.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 5:46 PM
  • User9715 posted

    Great to see so many people active on this post and to see all the great apps created!

    I've recently published an app into Apple's App Store created using Xamarin.

    Mobile Midwest


    It's a conference application that shows all information relating to the Mobile Midwest conference being held in Kansas City, MO on April 23, 2014.

    From the app description, here are the features:

    • Complete schedule for the entire conference, with up to the minute detail and locations
    • Have access to bio's for all the speakers at the tip of your finger
    • Social stream allows you to see all tweets with the official hashtag, send your own tweets
    • Get to know our incredible sponsors with links to their sites
    • Learn more about the organizations that built the app

    I'm currently working on the Android version and hoping to have it ready for release shortly.

    Google Glass PGA Tour Leaderboard


    I'm also working on a Google Glass app created with Xamarin. It's a simple card based app that displays the current scores on the PGA Tour. I'm hoping to get back to it and make it look better and work better (better UX for web service loading, etc) after I'm done with the Mobile Midwest Android port.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 6:21 PM
  • User25759 posted

    Wow!! So many apps that I can't wait to try! I love it! Keep them coming!

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 6:28 PM
  • User61 posted

    I have a bunch of apps done with Xamarin. The most popular ones currently are:

    Trading Post for GW2 is a app that basically lets you see all the stuff you can buy and sell in the game Guild Wars 2 and the current prices.

    SudokuKids for iPad is sudoku puzzles for kids. Fun pictures simple 4x4 and 6x6 puzzles.

    I have bunch more, most of which are listed on my site. All except ProfitTrain are Xamarin apps and hopefully I'll be fixing that in a future release.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 6:53 PM
  • User14243 posted

    My first Xamarin app, AvaTourGuide, a virtual guide that verbally announces what's around you using your device's TTS capabilities. Perfect for breaking the boredom of long drives or learning about your own neighbourhood.

    A companion website at avatourguide.com enables crowdsourcing of new points of interest.

    Version 1.1 refactored with MVVMCross with an iOS version in the works.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 10:32 PM
  • User2804 posted

    Our free Xamarin Android App LetMeTalk enables people with speech problems to communicate with other people. It is optimized for kids with autism, but can be used in other situations as well :)

    An iOS version is on its way and will hopefully follow in a few monthes :)

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:37 PM
  • User44363 posted

    I too have created a number of apps for clients which I don't have permission to post publicly, however I can say I've rescued at least a couple of projects that started out as hybrid apps and the companies abandoned ship to rebuild them natively. They were in each case more than happy with the results, especially considering the time and cost savings with me using Xamarin tools to get the job done!

    I do have a couple of apps I can share.

    gTunes - Google Music for Mac - http://gtunes.altusapps.com This app is actually a Xamarin.Mac app which adds a bunch of additional functionality to Google Music's already awesome web app. It adds things such as keyboard play/pause/next/prev media key support, now playing notifications, Last.FM scrobbling, and a much needed 'mini player' mode.

    Squash - Mac App Store Squash is a beautifully simple yet powerful tool designed to help print shops and designers layout their desired image onto whatever size page they need. It also allows them to add dynamic fields such as numbering or sets of custom codes onto their design. It's a tool to help you skip the boring stuff, save time, and leave the office a little early.

    Aegis Shield Mobile iOS App Store Android Play Store This app is the interface into a very rich database of nutrients, supplements, and health products. The Aegis Shield program is partnered with several major pro athlete organizations to provide them with information on the products they are looking to use, to ensure they adhere to their respective program's strict policies on performance enhancements.

    The Healthline.ca Coming Soon This app provides individuals in their communities find available health services for a variety of needs. The app is going live soon on Android, iOS, and Blackberry (which is still fairly popular in this area - the blackberry version is the same Xamarin built app for Android!)

    I've also made a number of Xamarin components, that frankly, without the platform existing I would never have had any interest in creating or using. Xamarin has made this all possible:

    • ZXing.Net.Mobile
    • AndHUD
    • EggsToGo
    • FlatUI
    Friday, April 18, 2014 5:55 PM
  • User209 posted

    NMT Setup Windows Phone store Play store iTunes An app I have done at work. It needs a log in to work. It is an app for our recently launched product called Noise Sentinel On Demand, which is a subscription service, where you "rent" some Noise Monitoring Terminals (NMTs). Then you have the possibility to download the NMT Setup app which helps you setting up the Terminal. It validates the setup, you can geographically position the NMT, take a picture of it and write a small description of its surroundings. Then there is a web app where you can monitor the terminals, get alerts if the environment is too noisy, generate reports for the authority etc. We are working on expanding the apps with more features to help the customers. I've also been doing a proof of concept of that web app on the phone, to monitor the NMTs.

    BatteryDrainer Play store an app I made because I had some issues with a Moto G's battery. So it had to be drained for power. Hence, I made my own app for that.

    I am also the author of LegacyBar with lots of help from @JamesMontemagno? (pretty cool guy) and loads of other libraries which I have ported over, such as SlidingMenuSharp, ViewPagerIndicator, SmoothProgressBar, SlidingUpPanel and more which can be found on GitHub.

    Sunday, April 20, 2014 9:25 PM
  • User41170 posted

    TeamCity Companion - an ios mobile companion app for the Continuous Integration / Buildserver Teamcity.

    TeamCity Companion provides a native app optimized for easy consumption, enabling you to review builds, logs, history and even run builds from truly anywhere.

    (version 1.1 is pending, screenshots need updating)

    Monday, April 21, 2014 12:55 AM
  • User5659 posted

    Hello, I published 4 apps for both, IOS and Android. After taking some University classes I want to re-write all my apps :P, to use better code and practices.

    Apps published, (all in Spanish):

    El Secreto MIN. A catalog App for a cloth and shoes boutique.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rafaelcnet.ElSecretoMIN

    IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/el-secreto-min/id602772791?ls=1&mt=8

    Expresa Radio. An internet radio station, you can listen to streaming music shaking your device.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rafaelcnet.ExpresaRadio

    IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/expresa-radio/id700964450?ls=1&mt=8

    Terapeuta Asistente. It's an App for holistic therapists (like reiki), you can add customers, healing techniques and Schedule a therapy.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rafaelcnet.TerapeutaAsist

    IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/terapeuta-asist/id793990826?ls=1&mt=8

    CMas club. It's an application for a GYM, you can search for class hours, nutrition facts, calculate your mass index, GYM location, record your activities, etc.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sas_mexico.CMasClub

    IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cmas-club/id777990706?ls=1&mt=8

    Monday, April 21, 2014 3:07 PM
  • User486 posted

    Currently, I am in the process of porting our iOS app over to Xamarin Android and MvvmCross. I am a good portion of the way done with it. It's connecting to a custom Bluetooth LE device that we built and transmitting data across BLE using an MvvmCross plugin that I built. I don't have anything that is publicly available for showing yet, but should have something in the next month or so.

    You can see more about our product @ http://www.getsmartmove.com.


    Wednesday, April 23, 2014 8:15 PM
  • User797 posted

    We released Jamoki Spider Solitaire using Xamarin.iOS and MonoGame. The game currently has over 40,000 users, and is particularly popular in Japan.

    Currently we are in the testing stages of a new app written with Xamarin.iOS and ServiceStack called FerryView, an app for travelers on the Washington State Ferry system.

    Check out our Jamoki website for more details and links.

    Thursday, April 24, 2014 5:17 PM
  • User9715 posted

    Android version of Mobile Midwest


    PS - Be kind, it's my first Android app and had less than a week to build it. I'm sure there's a bug or two. :)

    Friday, April 25, 2014 4:53 PM
  • User25759 posted

    I have now been developing with Xamarin for nearly 3 years now. My first project was an app called My Media Center for my previous employer. It is an app that allows you to control & manage your Windows Media Center DVR at home or while away. It launched for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone all on the same day with 70% code shared between them. It was then launched on Windows Store a few months after Windows 8 was released.

    Since then I have worked on a few more personal projects:

    Meetup Manager

    This is a tool for meetup.com organizers that allows them to sign in via oAuth get a list of their groups and meetings and then check in their members. I basically created it for myself to manage my group, but since then it has had a lot of success. It is now available on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Additionally, it is completely open source on GitHub. This is also a great project because I got help from the community on bugs and with the WP version from @EdSnider?

    My StepCounter

    I worked on brining over Mike James' iOS version of My StepCounter to Android. It is also completely open source on GitHub and is Starter Compatible as well. You can check both versions out on our site: http://www.mystepcounterapp.com. I did an in depth breakdown on my blog: http://motzcod.es

    More to come!

    Friday, April 25, 2014 9:05 PM
  • User28762 posted

    We had contracted out the development of a native iOS application for our client, Bridgestone Golf. http://www.technologyone.net/posts/retail-video-chat-kiosk

    Being a .Net shop we wanted to be able to enhance this application in house. We rewrote the application for version 2.0 using Xamarin. It took us about 3 weeks.

    We definitely couldn't have done it without Xamarin. Now starting to dive into the Android version.

    Tuesday, April 29, 2014 1:55 PM
  • User165 posted

    Soccer Scores - FotMob (iOS version) is made with Xamarin! Started the implementation in November 2010 so we're loyal :-) We're ranked in top 10 in a lot of countries and our Android version (sadly not Xamarin) is #1 in "Germany/Sports/Paid". Have over 5 million downloads in total.


    Wednesday, April 30, 2014 11:30 AM
  • User2422 posted

    Created this Live Sports UK TV Guide for http://www.wheresthematch.com, never would have happened without Xamarin :)


    Follow Football, Rugby or Cricket UK teams? you need this App ;)

    Working on Android as we speak!

    Wednesday, April 30, 2014 3:32 PM
  • User50472 posted

    At Modern Medical, Inc, we just released our latest version of TruMobile in the Google Play store using Xamarin Studio as a follow-on to our native iOS version. We chose Xamarin to leverage our .Net experience and knowledge to bring the Android version of TruMobile to market faster. This allowed us to mimic what was already developed on the iOS version of TruMobile in 2 man-months.

    Modern Medical is a worker's compensation cost-containment company that provides Pharmacy and Ancillary services for the injured worker to insurance companies, self-insured employers, third party administrator (TPAs), and case management companies. TruMobile allows the injured worker receiving benefits from Modern Medical to find in-network pharmacies, view/email/fax their pharmacy retail card, view list of mediations, view/contact their adjuster(s), search for medication-related information, order supplies, receive notifications for refills on medication and supplies, and many other features to help in managing their work-related injury. TruMobile also offers options for the Adjuster to search and view claims, view/email/fax the pharmacy retail card on a claim, update adjusters on the claim, update the formulary on a claim, and respond to real-time medication rejections at the pharmacy.

    Friday, May 2, 2014 5:42 PM
  • User14390 posted

    I'm already well into version 2.0 for "Count the Kicks!" thanks to all of the things that I learned over the past few months in Xamarin University. Better, faster, JSON, etc. I got a real nice surprise tonight though when my client sent me the following link:

    Count the Kicks on WLWT

    Not very often that you get a chance to write code that can save a baby's life. Thanks Xamarin, could not have written it without you.

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014 3:46 AM
  • User49009 posted

    Wow, a lot of apps

    Wednesday, May 21, 2014 11:09 AM
  • User3297 posted

    My first Xam App, focus on furniture selling at the POS. Done in a couple of months after starting XS the first time. My imagination is too limited to believe that something with this complexity, usability and also quantitative and/or technical challenges (there's at least 4 baskets, always in sync, etc.) can be done with either Web emulation (jQuery UI/Mobile) or Meta-API cross platform approaches like PhOneG@p or Appcel@rator. The code behind is extremely structured, both in terms of several Assemblies, some of them even platform-independent and by using the Notification pattern to decouple components. This way, it's really easy to maintain and/or extend it. (Can't say this about all my software projects)... All done natively in C#, ZBar wrapped with Sharpie. Next milestone: 3D. Credits to Pixate, Appracatappra for great stuff.

    Little video showing a few aspects:


    Creating this App fully convinced me to be on the right track with Xam!


    Thursday, June 12, 2014 10:15 AM
  • User621 posted

    My first app was Remote DJ . This app allows your iPhone to be used as a Remote Control to play music on another computer using Media Player. I use sockets to communicate with the other windows computer, and also included Album art covers and Lyrics. I came up with this idea because during the summer we sit outside and listen to music playing on my home theatre. Well, people were constantly asking me to skip songs, or play different artists..so I got tired of constantly going inside to change the music. The original app was developed for Windows Phone, but when Xamarin came out, I converted it.

    My second app was Slick Reminders . This app uses the reminders on your iPhone, but includes other capabilities that I saw was lacking on the current Reminder app.

    Thursday, June 12, 2014 7:23 PM
  • User15891 posted

    Hi there.

    I've recently released my retro shooter Chaos Influx to both the App Store and Google Play


    Sunday, June 29, 2014 11:50 AM
  • User10758 posted

    @RocketRonz nice! What platform is that using (unity/cocos etc)?

    Also, how did you record the video?


    Monday, June 30, 2014 9:57 AM
  • User1341 posted

    @Ekki? Nice to see I was helpfull at this project and bring you to Xamarin. Even we never met in person but have same friends.

    Sunday, July 6, 2014 11:02 AM
  • User801 posted

    Vezma developed for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

    Vezma is a gps tracking service for mileage reporting, location sharing and expense tracking (newest feature). Mostly used by self-employed individuals (tax deduction) or businesses with a car fleet (mileage reporting, expense tracking). All the records are synced in cloud and accessible from web app. Advanced report generating to help with payroll, tax returns or efficiency studies.

    Xamarin approach allowed us to share 75% code between 3 (or 4 - Blackberry is just extra compiled Xamarin/Android port with minor mods) mobile platforms and even some code is shared with our cloud solution (10%).

    Wednesday, July 9, 2014 8:46 AM
  • User28663 posted

    We have just published our first App for Android with Xamarin. Teatime: http://bit.ly/1AxHIIM

    It uses Restsharp to read from Feedly and it is really fast. We implemented it with MVVMCross and we added inapp purchases with the component. We really appreciate having Xamarin to make us be capable of publish on Android, we use a library that browses the main content and saves a lot of data and traffic. We download web content and process ir really great. The most difficult part was to create a UIService that adapts the size of the UI to different sizes (this was just done when Xamarin Forms was released).

    It also includes a text player that scrolls the content up to read faster!

    We have made a great effort to have a great UI with an application bar for easy navigation and great responsiveness using async. We would like you test it and great to hear your oppinions. Thank you Xamarin

    Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:43 AM
  • User25531 posted


    I think it is a good example of the performance you can get with this framework. It uses OpenGL for rendering and executes Data Mining algorithms in real time to create stories. For now it is available on iOS and Android should come out by the end of October

    Web Site

    Teaser https://vimeo.com/102852656

    Output demo 1 https://vimeo.com/102913389

    Output demo 2 https://vimeo.com/102913601

    Friday, August 8, 2014 3:07 PM
  • User8771 posted


    I have just published my first App for iOS built with Xamarin: GrowingNetwork.

    Having a .NET and C# background, it would have taken much more time for me to implement it with XCode and Objective C.

    Basically, the application allows you to chat, publish and send photos, view nearby members and make new friends. Full description is on the support page: www.growingnetwork.net. (it is minimal at this step, but I work on it!).

    Technically, real-time messaging is achieved with WebSockets (I’m currently working on a back-up mechanism in case the WebSocket session cannot be established due to proxy traversal issues). On server-side, I rely on WCF services hosted in Microsoft Azure Cloud Services.

    It seems it is easier to implement the application with Xamarin than to get discovered and have downloads on the App Store!

    Monday, August 18, 2014 3:12 PM
  • User10758 posted

    Hi, just published my first app, "Dice Assistant" - a dice rolling assistant for board gamers, role players and war gamers. Free/Ad-Free. Developed using Xamarin Forms.

    It took 1 hour to be reviewed for the Windows Phone store, 2 days (plus time to verify Merchant account) for the Google Play store and 10 days for the Apple store.

    Monday, September 8, 2014 10:29 AM
  • User3452 posted

    Hi guys,

    My team and I shipped Whatstays this summer, see the iOS app and the Android app.

    Memory leaks were driving me nuts on iOS, but after all I am quite happy with Xamarin as we could share huge parts of our mobile code base between Android and iOS.


    Monday, November 3, 2014 8:38 PM
  • User45006 posted

    Hi all,

    I wrote a location based app using Xamarin.Forms, some Custom renderer and different Dependency service implementations. (for send SMS message for example).

    Here is the iOS app "PickMeUp"


    The Android version and Windows Phone version is nearly ready, I hope to publish them in the next 2 weeks.


    Wednesday, November 5, 2014 3:06 PM
  • User1798 posted


    We recently launched our new version of Bird Journal. You can think of it as Evernote for bird watchers, with data stored offline on each device and synced between them.

    The Android app and iOS app are written using Xamarin. We have a custom .NET embedded document data store which is common across all platforms, along with common application specific database layer and view models. Documents are synced via our webservice running in Azure Websites and through to a Mongo database & Azure blob storage. All running very nicely and couldn't have done it without Xamarin.


    Saturday, November 8, 2014 9:11 PM
  • User45006 posted

    Hi all,

    I wrote a location based app using Xamarin.Forms, some Custom renderer and different Dependency service implementations. (for send SMS message for example).

    Here is the iOS app "PickMeUp"


    And some days ago I managed to publish the Android and Windows Phone version to the stores.

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.developeit.pickmeup&hl=en

    Windows Phone: http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=fd42c6a7-b388-42f9-9b93-a00548baf69b


    Thursday, November 13, 2014 7:37 AM
  • User25759 posted

    I recently published Bike Now (for pronto cycle) on Android. Pronto Cycle is a local bike share here in Seattle. I was able to take Jeremie's wonderful Moyue and adapt it to Seattle easily.

    I am making tons of changes to it and updating it with Wear support in the future as well.

    App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.refractored.bikenowpronto

    Code: https://github.com/jamesmontemagno/BikeNow

    Monday, December 8, 2014 7:35 PM
  • User68120 posted

    I recently build an android app using Xamarin called Thorts. It's a mindfulness app that lets you keep track of your good and bad thoughts during the day with a tap of a button. Then at the end of the day you can review the total to see if you had more good thoughts or bad ones.

    App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.jonathanparker.thorts&hl=en

    I've also got an iPhone version which I'm porting to Xamarin.

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014 8:18 AM
  • User38322 posted

    My company appXib Ltd (http://www.appXib.com) are now on our 7th Xamarin app - unfortunately most of these are under really tight NDA as we have developed them for corporate partners. We have produced apps for Windows, iOS and Android. We have worked with both native UI and Xamarin Forms and some esoteric things like bar code scanning. uPNP control and some pretty cool work with iBeacons.

    I can't say who our iBeacon app is for but it allows someone walking round a showroom looking at vehicles to be prompted with information about the vehicles and to request a salesman attends them by tapping their phone to a sign. All without any WiFi or Data usage.

    One app I can highlight is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xe2.wicksoft and https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wicksoft/id771815960?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4. This is all in Xamarin.Forms - getting the calendar to be performant was fun.

    Garry Whittaker Microsoft MVP Director of App Development - appXib

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014 10:45 PM
  • User52511 posted

    Hello community. I recently received my student license (big thanks for that Xamarin!) and wanted to create something simple to learn my way around Xamarin studio. I made a small uninstaller app for Android and put it on the Play Store.

    Having the component store and being able to read up on problems I ran into on the forums was a great help!

    Sunday, December 21, 2014 3:12 AM
  • User65748 posted

    Winter Sports


    Winter Sports web site

    Winter Sports is the official app of Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI). Beautiful GPS tracking, ski run analytics, snow reports for thousands of resorts, zoomable resort maps, activity tracking, customizable goals, a social network, leaderboards and ski lessons by snow pros. The app includes many innovations, including voice guidance and supports wearables.

    Active Fitness

    Active Fitness web site

    Active Fitness is a fitness, health and sport GPS tracking app and social network of more than a million users. Great for running, walking, cycling, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, urban sports, such as skateboarding, scooter and hundreds of other activities. Active Fitness motivates you by providing ways for sharing your activities with your buddies and friends. Active Fitness has leaderboards for any sports and activities and includes professionally designed training plans. Enjoy and stay fit!


    Friday, January 16, 2015 4:56 PM
  • User4301 posted

    Hey there!

    My App is an Alarm Clock with a unique feature which is snoozing by slapping the phone (proximity).

    Check out the Promo Video:


    App URL: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wake-alarm-clock-never-been/id723980702?mt=8

    It is my first iOS app and i made it with the help of Xamarin Support. It is entirely truthfully that i wouldn't have created this app without Xamarin.

    I also appreciate the GIFT that Xamarin sent to me all way from the US to Europe (Portugal) given the success i had when i first released the app and presented it as my Final Course Project i also have mentioned Xamarin software as my biggest partner of the mileway/journey from just one idea to the final product of success. I basically promoted Xamarin at this point :)

    I look forward to keep working with Xamarin, incorporate with some possible enterprises and explore new products like Apple Watch (waiting for xamarin support).

    My Best Regards, Pedro Fernandes

    Saturday, January 17, 2015 1:27 AM
  • User2245 posted


    Gathering Friends Together but without organising.

    You want to get some friends together for dinner tomorrow evening, or grab drinks with a few colleagues after work, or look for a fourth player for your tennis game tonight …

    Up to you to start calling, mailing, messaging and before you know you’re entangled in an endless chain of messages that makes you wonder, “What have I done?”

    But planning events doesn’t have to feel like you’re herding cats … if you use djubble.

    Djubble lets you create activities on the fly and instantly send invitations. Your friends can RSVP with a swipe. Limit the number of seats and the first responders get the space – great for when you have only so many seats or tickets.



    Check out the site for more info: djubble

    and download the app to try it out! It's a free app! download from app store


    We have built this app in Xamarin iOS and posted it in the Apple App Store. On the server everything is smoothly running on Microsoft Azure.
    Now we are rewriting the app completely in Xamarin.Forms (iOS and Android) and it's almost finished.

    We hope to release the Xamarin.Forms version in a couple of weeks! Stay tuned!

    Also check out our company page: CaveBirdLabs for other apps we have built with Xamarin.

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015 8:31 PM
  • User20659 posted

    I have developed some apps with Xamarin

    QuickPlan for iPad

    THE easy to use project planning app for iOS, with strong communication, synchronisation and integration supports.


    Preview video (short video):


    QuickPlan for iPhone

    THE easy to use project planning app for iOS, with strong communication, synchronisation and integration supports.


    Preview video (short video):



    OrgChart simplifies the creation of organization chart in TREE structure, by avoiding complex drawing - all at your fingertips with a minimum of effort and learning.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yX1CkIQvix8&ref=0&width=1024&height=768&allowfullscreen=true https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5jw9hkGq2g&ref=0&width=1024&height=768&allowfullscreen=true

    Preview video (short video):



    Divide work elements, sketch out estimate, set target date and track cost


    Friday, January 23, 2015 1:38 AM
  • User63571 posted

    What a great promotion! So cool to see all the apps.

    Question: Do the app have to be released, or could it be in beta?

    Friday, January 23, 2015 1:49 AM
  • User25759 posted

    Beta is cool as well :) Show us what you are working on!

    Friday, January 23, 2015 1:50 AM
  • User10758 posted

    Movie Muddle

    Movie Muddle is a movie name letter game developed using Xamarin Forms and available in the iOS, Android, Amazon and Windows Phone stores.

    Guess the movie title from the letters provided. Each wrong letter loses you a life, earn more lives with correct answers.



    This was a fun app to develop. I used Xamarin Forms (1.2) in a shared project. The letter game has over 400 movie titles. I used Azure to store a database of questions and allow me to control various settings in the game. I developed Windows Phone first and submitted to store before moving on to Android/Amazon and then eventually iOS. The iOS version took almost 2 months extra of fine tuning to get the submission right as despite extensive testing on actual iphones/ipads with differing OSes some things in objective c had changed such as the local filestore location. I also got a rejection for using the Advertising Identifier when the reviewer couldn't see any adverts, this was overturned within a few hours once I pointed out where the adverts were. The slow cycle of submit, wait 10 days, fix an issue, submit, wait 10 days dragged on.

    I wrote custom renderers for the banner adverts and interstitial/video adverts. For Windows Phone I used the new Windows Ad Mediation component to control which ads are shown, I also cross-advertised using Ad Duplex to get more visibility. For Android I used AdMob for the banners but struggled to generate bindings for many of the full screen ad providers eventually settling on Chartboost and AdBuddiz. For iOS I used an ad mediator called AdTapsy which shows adverts from many different providers. Their iOS library was easy to bind and include in this project. I hope AdTapsy come out with an Android version soon (in their roadmap).

    I got the icons and music/sound effects from fiverr. I rolled my own Store Rating control which I released to Nuget and Github. I rolled my own function to handle different font sizes across different screens and devices so I could write once for Windows Phone and know the app would size correctly for all other devices.

    Friday, January 23, 2015 3:30 PM
  • User15891 posted

    So far, I've released 4 games on both iOS and Android, using Xamarin with MonoGame:

    Chaos Influx

    Finga Ninja

    Alpha Blitz

    Geo Wiz

    Chaos Influx has by far the most depth, with powerups, alien attack waves and boss fights. Chaos took around 3 months to complete on Android, and was then "ported" and released on iOS in a matter of days, thanks to Xamarin.

    All of the artwork was done by myself using Flash CS5, with sound effects purchased from various royalty-free sites and the 3 soundtracks created using eJay Dance. Here's a short promo video for Chaos Influx, running on a Motorola Moto G:


    Saturday, January 24, 2015 11:16 PM
  • User40225 posted

    Very happy to launch Notezilla (Notes & Reminders) app for Android developed using Xamarin Forms. You can download Notezilla from Play Store.

    The notes & reminders created in this app syncs with our sticky notes app for Windows - Notezilla.

    Tuesday, January 27, 2015 9:52 AM
  • User60257 posted

    I've just had my app approved.

    Second screen for Plex. If you use Plex, this is an idea companion app. It shows you details of what you are currently watching, cast, crew etc. and an IMDB link. Saves the hassle of searching on IMDB. #FirstWorldProbems


    All built using Xamarin Forms and JimLib - my open source sort of application framework that is on GitHub at https://github.com/jimbobbennett/JimLib.Xamarin

    Thursday, January 29, 2015 7:46 PM
  • User7491 posted

    - Add text, photo, video or voice ‘pinpoints’ to any image. - Create a layered hierarchical system for a variety of purposes, including complex maintenance. - Export and email your creation to be viewed directly from a web browser. - AnyDence automatically creates and hosts HTML files on Dropbox for ease of use

    Android: http://goo.gl/T4qVSx iOS: http://goo.gl/UjbQnX


    Friday, January 30, 2015 8:26 AM
  • User24024 posted

    I've recently finished a project with Xamarin Forms: http://youtu.be/kCiCHYcP5vk

    It's a mobile companion to http://centrewicket.com - an online cricket coaching platform. Training schedules for teams are synchronised to the device, and the full video & image library is made available on mobile on both Android and iOS.

    Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.centrewicket.android

    iOS link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/centre-wicket/id956072038?ls=1&mt=8

    Saturday, January 31, 2015 7:08 AM
  • User1350 posted

    My latest Xamarin app: ReadingPack official client for iPhone.


    It will be available in the App Store next week

    Saturday, January 31, 2015 11:01 PM
  • User22401 posted

    Last week I released the Android version of my game. The iOS version was released in March of last year. Here are all the variations:

    1. Zoing iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zoing/id847181024?ls=1&mt=8
    2. Zoing Zero iOS (free with ads) - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zoing-zero/id861305499?ls=1&mt=8
    3. Zoing Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.qythyx.zoing
    4. Zoing Zero Android (free with ads) - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.qythyx.zoingzero

    You can also engage with Zoing at https://www.facebook.com/ZoingGame or https://twitter.com/ZoingGame.

    Tuesday, February 3, 2015 8:38 AM
  • User95674 posted

    Thanks to the help of folks on the forums, I was able to release a small little app called Life Hacks. Learned a lot about Xamarin.Forms and StackLayouts.

    Please support and download Life Hacks - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/life-hacks-and-tips/id963558502?mt=8

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015 10:39 PM
  • User7006 posted

    Raccoon Reader built with Xamarin is here https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/raccoon-reader/id835077395?mt=8 And the free lite version of it is at review now.

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015 11:02 PM
  • User112925 posted

    Here is an app from mine... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=funamo.funamo

    Sunday, March 8, 2015 8:02 AM
  • User106095 posted

    I released Washer Alarm for Android just a few days ago. First it was made only for me, because I hated it to forgot my washer machine and tumbler in the cellar over night or I went down too early. Now I just start the app, press the big button and put the phone on the machine. After calibration the app analyzes machine movements and calls me when it reached idle mode seriously.

    I am also thinking to make a cross plattform version for Windows Phone or iOS but who will let his/her iPhone alone. So maybe only Windows Phone ;)

    Saturday, March 14, 2015 7:30 PM
  • User116694 posted

    I recently created Material ID for Android: a simple app to get some device information (version, bootloader, ID, CPU, codename, tags, battery status and percentage, connectivity, geolocation, etc) and test device features. It has a design inspired by Material Design.

    Material ID for Android

    Material ID is available on Google Play and GitHub,

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015 6:26 PM
  • User25759 posted

    @JavierS Nice! I like this list of nugets: https://github.com/javiersantos/Material-ID.Android/blob/master/MaterialID/packages.config :)

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015 6:30 PM
  • User116694 posted

    @JamesMontemagno Your plugins are awesome! Thanks :smiley:

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015 7:00 PM
  • User100939 posted

    We have also created an app with xamarin. It is named cloush whats stands for cloud share. The main idea is to share stuff stored in your Dropbox, Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive with people arround.

    You just choose a file, or a folder to share, and create a barcode with our app for it. Your partner scans the barcode and choose where to save it. We will now do the copy job.

    With our app it is fast and easy to share files or folders. You do not have to download or upload something with your smartphone, just generate a barcode.

    You can have a look at it at cloush.com.

    The hole app is build with latest Xamarin.Forms. We support android and iOS. Enclosed some android sceenshots.

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015 8:20 PM
  • User61400 posted

    I've just launched my app Guitar Notes Master for Android. It's a guitar fretboard tutor that helps you learn note positions, chords, scales and arpeggios on the move. It was built with classic Xamarin using the MVVMCross framework as well as a number of Xamarin components such as InAppBilling and GooglePlayServices (not to mention Xam.Plugins.Settings, so thanks for that James!).

    Hoping to start work on an iOS version as soon as my new Mac turns up :smiley:

    Thursday, April 30, 2015 4:25 PM
  • User93495 posted

    Introducing Type1D App The app that will allow you to manage Type One Diabetes.

    Not released yet but we begin BETA testing our Forms app for Android and iOS in June... Type1D is a brand new Type One Diabetes team management app.

    Please visit us at www.type1d.com

    We hope to launch a Kickstarter campaign along the same time and if anyone want to help volunteer for a good cause in spreading the word, then please contact us.

    Friday, May 15, 2015 7:26 PM
  • User50106 posted


    I've published recently this small personal project. It's made with Xamarin.Forms, with the souce code public, and is currently available on Android and Windows Phone (iOS soon!):

    ¡Buenos días!

    Help us share some happiness every morning!


    Tuesday, June 9, 2015 11:29 AM
  • User101467 posted

    Currently in the play store:


    A new social network, made with xamarin.forms (and a lot of custom renderers :p)

    Friday, June 12, 2015 4:20 PM
  • User25759 posted

    Excited to have just published Coffee Filter on iOS. It was already available on Android. Worked with some fellow Xamarins to port to iOS and of course it is completely open source on GitHub: https://github.com/jamesmontemagno/Coffee-Filter

    iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/coffee-filter-find-coffee/id1000846120?ls=1&mt=8

    Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.refractored.coffeefilter

    Tuesday, June 23, 2015 5:18 PM
  • User68480 posted

    Just released an early beta (0.2) of our ibGib app named...ibGib!

    It's a pluggable learning app, currently with its first plugin: languageGib! It's an appGib that allows you to translate and review song lyrics from/to any language you want. We're polyglots, so this is how we're approaching expanding our vocabulary in Spanish, Italian, French, and German right now. But we're also programming geeks, so we've created a bunch of distributed architecture to do so in an efficient manner. Here is a quick screencast:


    The songs make it genuinely fun (and effective as a mnemonic device), and this isn't just a sales angle either. They really do make a difference. E.g., most people know the song Frère Jacques...but if you use it to learn French, then you find out that the English translation actually hides the original humor of the song. "Morning bells are ringing!" actually more literally means "Ring the morning bells!", as the context is quite probably telling a Friar who has overslept to hurry up and ring the bells!

    Anyway, I could go on and on, and this is only the first plugin for the app. You can find more at our website. We're working on others as well, including innovate features for languageGib too. Check it out and let us know!! (but remember it's beta LOL)

    Monday, July 6, 2015 10:05 PM
  • User71189 posted

    My company just released our first app using Xamarin. Its an iOS app that allows doctors to view patient information. We are planning on releasing to android later this year.

    Wednesday, July 15, 2015 2:48 PM
  • User73249 posted

    @JonathanSimon.2065 any details? :)

    Thursday, July 16, 2015 3:46 PM
  • User99096 posted

    I have finally published my first app using Xamarin Forms. It was fun to write and I when exploring new features of Xamarin I will probably have another one ready soon. A bit of a challenge was to have a "nice" look on every device. As you can see I went with a darker theme on Android and a lighter theme on the iPhone, but all in one code base.

    It is a "Don't break the chain" app to stick to or learn new habits. It was featured on lifehacker a long time ago and the idea is to make a check whenever you do something and create chain which you do not want to break when you once are not motivated.

    Apple Store

    Google Play


    Thursday, July 16, 2015 4:48 PM
  • User75267 posted

    Just released my first Android & Xamarin app on the store!

    It's called RouteHero DC - basically it's an app that can warn you about traffic and disruptions to your daily commute via driving or Metro.

    You can setup alerts customized to exactly your route and time of travel, so that you only get the information you care about, when you care about it.

    Site: http://goroutehero.com


    Thursday, July 30, 2015 4:07 AM
  • User93262 posted

    I made an app for the card game YuGiOh! It's basically a calculator for the game, but it lets you use your own images:


    Friday, July 31, 2015 9:59 PM
  • User152318 posted

    I recently released Little Peanut on the Go, a mobile assistant for parents to help them stay organized and connected when they or their children are away from home. Parents can create packing lists and to-do lists, build care schedules to share with caregivers, and connect with their children with updates and photos while they’re away.

    Parents can prepare for any outing by building packing lists and to-do lists. If they're leaving their children with a caregiver, they can create a care schedule that can be shared with the caregiver in the app. The caregiver will have access to the care schedule, plus emergency contacts, allergies, doctors, and medical facilities. While parents are away, they can connect with their children through updates and photos posted by the caregiver.

    All of the handwritten lists and notes on the kitchen counter can be replaced with Little Peanut on the Go! Simply create the information once and share it with any caregiver at any time. As their children grow and change, parents can make a quick update and their caregivers will have the new information, right at their fingertips.

    Get Little Peanut on the Go at the App Store or Google Play today!

    Saturday, August 22, 2015 8:44 PM
  • User144747 posted

    Hi Xamarin team!

    My friend and I have just released our game Tile Rider to iOS. http://tileridergame.com/

    Thanks for making it possible!

    Tuesday, September 22, 2015 5:52 PM
  • User37316 posted

    I've Just created this app, it's a companion app that lets users perform many tasks with a single tap. It was made with Xamarin.Forms

    HebO - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imhebo.hebo

    (ios version is coming)

    Wednesday, October 7, 2015 2:56 PM
  • User158193 posted

    Hi. I want to share the first application for android.

    I wouldn't have created this app without #Xamarin - Retro Look

    Monday, October 12, 2015 6:14 PM
  • User119004 posted


    We just released ZoneApp a location based social media Android & iOS app using Xamarin with Xamarin.Forms!

    For detailed information take a look at www.zoneapp.net

    What is ZoneApp?

    ZoneApp aims to connect people in a local and neighbourly way that strengthens communities in cities and neighbourhoods. Therefore ZoneApp serves cities, neighbourhoods, and university-campuses and many more places with its own newsfeed. Users can exchange information and will get the latest of what’s happening in their space.

    Download the app, its free.

    Download from Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zone.zonetalk.app

    Download from the Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1045586781

    Monday, November 9, 2015 1:12 PM
  • User130103 posted

    We released few weeks ago our iOS app Ask PAM with Xamarin.iOS

    Ask PAM is an on-demand personal travel assistance that connects directly frequent business Travellers to independent hotel Concierges. Like booking a taxi with Uber, frequent business travellers have direct access to local and personalized expertise thanks to a chat system. From finding the best places to eat, to booking an airport transfer or to take care of a situation that requires immediate assistance, an expert concierge from Ask PAM will always make sure you always get a personalized answer to your question.

    here a demo video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Acp-lxhIMQ

    The android version is coming soon...

    Thursday, November 26, 2015 2:20 PM
  • User170990 posted

    My first little work on xamarin for iOS

    Lighthouze https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lighthouze/id1050406557

    Monday, November 30, 2015 8:01 AM
  • User148103 posted

    Xamarin rocks! I created several iOS (iPhone and iPad) apps using Xamarin.Forms along with the MVVM pattern. The Xamarin.Forms ListView performance is outstanding. Below is the link to some apps:

    Lottery Box - Powerball (app to help you manage and plan your powerball combinations) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lottery-box-powerball/id1032932480?mt=8

    List Ninja (Free app to help you create and track lists and list items easily) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/list-ninja/id1050297004?mt=8

    Thursday, December 3, 2015 4:46 AM
  • User75359 posted

    1) MyWellnessPortal : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mywellnessportal.net 2) ICD Fusion https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lumiehr.icdfusion 3) LBM https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lbm.lumiehr

    Thursday, December 3, 2015 10:08 PM
  • User16676 posted


    Well, we put Yoga theme and game together and created Moksha, an iOS game. Currently only for iPads.

    The objective of the game is to destroy the five enemies; Greed, Anger, Ego, Lust and Attachment as they appear in the game in the form of thought bubbles originating from the Yogi’s head. The player is required to destroy these thoughts with the help of three different types of stones (Earth, Water and Fire) and help the Yogi in attaining Moksha.

    All done in C# + Xamarin + Sprite Kit. No previous game experience.


    Enjoy! :)

    Wednesday, December 16, 2015 12:34 PM
  • User10758 posted

    We made a "making of ..." video to show how we built an app from design concept, to mockup using sketch and the implementation in Visual Studio using Xamarin Forms.

    Thursday, January 14, 2016 11:11 AM
  • User31663 posted

    (PT-BR) Cardápios bem equilibrados e gostosos, dicas de lancheira, ideias de brincadeiras e receitinhas gostosas para fazer juntos... Com esse App os papais e mamães vão dar uma vida mais saudável para as crianças também! Baixe agora...é grátis!


    Well balanced and tasty menus, lunch box tips, play games and tasty recipes to make together ... With this app the dads and moms will give a healthier life for the kids too! Download Now ... it's free!


    Thursday, January 21, 2016 1:17 PM
  • User27791 posted

    We just released Path of War on Android & iOS

    Path of War blends action, strategy and MMO genres and features deep base-building mechanics and fast-paced tactical battles for an intense gameplay session every time players pick up their devices. With a 1:1 scale map of the United States functioning as the game board, Path of War offers a persistent massively multiplayer experience with player-vs-player (PVP) skirmishes. Each squadron begins at the Pacific Ocean and races their mobile base across the United States, battling for control of the nation.


    Thursday, January 28, 2016 11:59 AM
  • User10758 posted

    @RalfKornmann looks lovely - what was it developed in?

    Thursday, January 28, 2016 12:05 PM
  • User27791 posted

    @RussellCollingham said: @RalfKornmann looks lovely - what was it developed in?

    Well it's developed with Xamarin or I would not have posted it here.

    Custom 3D + UI engine based on OpenGL (+ METAL support for iOS). Most of the code is equal for the iOS and Android version.

    Backend is written in C#, too. Some code is shared between the backend and the clients.

    Thursday, January 28, 2016 12:17 PM
  • User50106 posted

    Hi everyone,

    A friend and I have released this app with Xamarin.Android: an alarm which will wake you up with beautiful pictures:

    ¡Buenos días! aro

    More info here.

    Whichever way of helping us to make more and more people happier with it is really really appreciated! :-)



    Monday, February 15, 2016 9:35 AM
  • User5630 posted

    CREATE A NEW FACE Create A New Face app is intuitive and easy to use and most amazing app for real face changer in market.

    Genre: Photo Platform: iOS- both iPhone and iPad

    Store Link: free - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1072356162

    Trailer  - [URL]https://youtu.be/CwNiN8xeB14[/URL] demo 1 - [URL]https://youtu.be/EZ41YkbyoKA[/URL] demo 2 - [URL]https://youtu.be/Fx3lVG7hJ2M[/URL] demo 3 - [URL]https://youtu.be/iwIRtrXsGvM[/URL]

    Detailed Description:

    Create A New Face app is intuitive and easy to use and most amazing app for real face changer in market.

    Create funny faces from your photos, your friends' photos or celebrity pics.

    1350+ beautiful high quality objects in various categories are available from true-to-life eye, glasses, mask, mustaches, hat, scar, mouth and much more!. Using this application you can do a complete face change. Besides this give color adjustments to face items like brightness, contrast, saturation, gamma.

    Create A New Face is easy. Really easy. The secret comes from its natural and intuitive design and the Auto Zoom ability to accurately position the objects to make the pics look real.

    FEATURES : - 1350+ high quality objects in 18 Different Category (Animal,Comic, Crown, Earring, Eye, Glasses, Hair Man, Hair Woman, Hat, Mask, Mouth, Mustache, Necklace, Nose ,Scar ,Scarf, War Pack, Xmas) - Add speech bubbles to your photos! Selection of fonts, colors and bubble styles to choose from - Auto Zoom ability - Work with Layers - Layers reorder and lock ability - Color Adjustment for face items like brightness, contrast, saturation, gamma - Crop your photos - Save & Share

    Sunday, February 21, 2016 10:36 AM
  • User145427 posted

    Photolamus: Get a stunning caricature drawn by real artists https://itunes.apple.com/app/photolamus-caricatures-from/id1055666767 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=crztbag.com.photolamus

    OM14200: Mobile interface for water delivery platform https://itunes.apple.com/ro/app/om14200/id1028349454?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=md.om14200

    Droidart: Artificial intelligence will draw your picture in style of art geniuses https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1081362326 Android version: coming soon

    Some insights of these applications worth to mention:

    1. PCL approach applied

    2. ~65% of our project is reused by both platforms. The formula is based on implementation complexity expressed as relation of development durations = “the estimated dev time of developing from scratch” DIVIDED BY “estimated dev time by reusing the existing project for one platform”.

    3. What was unified: - Database - WebAPI - Localization - Network - Multithreading - Interscreen navigation - Screens basic layout - Business logic

    4. We use hybrid approach (forms + native), to be exact: native - when UI performance is crucial forms - in all other cases We had to rewrote couple of times the forms-based parts to native, due to their multiple performance and behavioral issues. As result, we ended up with successful implementation of screen navigation and screens base layout on forms, while keeping platform specific implementation of UI elements (within those forms “skeleton” layouts).

    5. Integrated some closed-source (non Xamarin) libraries as: Zendesk SDK, Braintree SDK, Google Conversion Tracking, others.

    6. Our CI server is configured for automatized Xamarin apps building + running automation tests (based on in-house Calabash) with uploading resulting artifacts to the cloud platforms.

    Common problems still remain:

    - Application size (this one is critical for some of our users) - Forms speed performance on Android - Infamous 'jobject' related issue, which affects ~10% of our users. Seems that Xamarin still ignores this issue since 2014 https://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/60233/system-argumentexceptionjobject-must-not-be-intptr-zero-parameter-name-jobject-raw-issue

    Thursday, April 7, 2016 2:55 PM
  • User3687 posted

    Hi everyone. We recently released LifeProx to both the Apple and Google Play stores. Fully built using Xamarin Forms.

    Link to the website: https://lifeprox.com

    Links to both apps: Apple - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id960896493 Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.gonext.lifeprox

    About the app We wanted to create an app that could replace your address book. There are tons of locations worldwide that don't have actual street addresses etc. As a matter of fact, we have all been to places right here in the U.S. without proper addresses. So, instead of creating a regular contact and putting a note like "house is yellow and 16 yards from the oak tree", you can just add it to LifeProx!

    Xamarin Forms Plug Xamarin Forms was the best platform for us to use. There were some teething pains with some bugs (resolved by the Xamarin team over a few updates) but custom renderers came to the rescue perfectly when needed. I absolutely love where Xamarin.Forms 2.2 is going! e.g. I would love to replace my custom render for a scroller with the newly announced CarouselView when it is released.

    Time to wrap up our next app release and get that published too!

    Tuesday, April 12, 2016 3:53 AM
  • User881 posted

    Just published Flags - a simple Xamarin.Forms app for information about flags/signals raised during yachting regattas.

    Links iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/flags/id1103074498?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.zebracrossing.flags

    Monday, April 18, 2016 11:11 PM
  • User165401 posted

    I have created an app just take a tool and get everything into it . just follow the link below :smiley: New Space Revolution https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/ashwanidv100/9nblggh5qfb5

    Wednesday, April 20, 2016 7:02 PM
  • User47338 posted

    I've published the My Movies Collection, an app made with MvvmCross to catalog and organize your movies.


    Wednesday, May 4, 2016 11:43 PM
  • User228405 posted

    @RafaeldeAndrade said: I've published the My Movies Collection, an app made with MvvmCross to catalog and organize your movies.


    Nice app! I love movies.

    Wednesday, May 25, 2016 1:19 PM
  • User47338 posted

    @AdamGrattLondon said:

    @RafaeldeAndrade said: I've published the My Movies Collection, an app made with MvvmCross to catalog and organize your movies.


    Nice app! I love movies.


    I've published now My Books Collection, to catalog and organize your books. :smile:


    Monday, May 30, 2016 9:38 PM
  • User291268 posted

    Can someone help me in finding i there is a possibility to read a business card / ID Card and store few of the fields in the database? If yes, Can you please share the code snippets.

    I have checked in Xamarin Samples but it has a Credit Card Reader but not a regular business card reader.

    Thank you,

    Wednesday, February 8, 2017 1:21 AM
  • User289083 posted

    We moved from Appcelerator to Xamarin after numerous performance issues and haven't looked back. We have built a secure messaging application for healthcare workers and patients. It's in the app stores now.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clinsoftsolutions.hospify https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/hospify/id741029887

    Friday, May 19, 2017 9:38 AM
  • User367093 posted

    Lots of really cool apps in this thread! We recently published our very first Android app, WallPawng, which is basically Pong for your wallpaper :)

    Check it out on Google Play! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.corrosivecatz.wallpawng

    This was developed with Xamarin.Android. Nothing against native Java, but I loved being able to develop with good old C#. Would also love to port this to IOS, but not sure if IOS allows these types of interactive game wallpapers.

    Monday, April 9, 2018 2:58 AM
  • User295181 posted

    I've just released Kuklos Shooter for Android and UWP (soon iOS), it's a Bubble like shooter with physics. I've programmed it with CocosSharp 1.7 and Box2D 2.3.2

    Some screens:

    Gameplay on Youtube

    Download: Windows 10 (Mobile/Desktop) Play Store

    Immanens Studios Facebook Thanks to the community!! :smile:

    Wednesday, July 11, 2018 2:37 PM
  • User57571 posted

    I've just released "B Crypto News" a simple list of the latest and popular crypto currencies news:



    Friday, August 24, 2018 10:00 PM
  • User363667 posted

    Party TIme Drinking Game

    Website: partytimebeergames.com/

    Compete in up to 16 mini-games alone or with mates, anything from flying a copter to riddles. The gameplayer of Party Time Drinking Game is, as conventional drinking games, a turn-based undertaking. After every player customizes their character, the goal of the game is to advance the furthest over a randomly hazardly created map of tiles. Arriving on specific tiles will start an alternate minigame, which players must beat with the end goal to keep up their position on the board. Effectively finishing a minigame wins players the privilege to circulate sips to alternate players.

    iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/se/app/party-time-mini-games/id1345491162 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.PartyTime.DrinkingGame UWP: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/party-time-drinking-game/9nw1phw8bq58?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

    Monday, November 5, 2018 11:35 PM
  • User44146 posted

    Trendeer - Personalized digital newspaper

    Website: www.trendeer.com

    Trendeer provides you with comprehensive, real-time and most importantly relevant content that you should expect from a digital newspaper. We leverage machine learning to ensure you get relevant content across multiple interest areas that matter to you.

    Check out the website where you will find more information on this Xamarin Forms built app - available now on Android and iOS!

    Tuesday, June 25, 2019 4:53 PM
  • User44146 posted


    My recently released Xamarin Forms app entitled Trendeer News targets the News industry because I felt the current News reporting apps in the market were under selling their potential for newspaper styled features and content.

    iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/trendeer-free/id1249632246?ls=1&mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trendeer.droid

    What I mean here, is that if I pick up a traditional printed newspaper version of The New York Times, in addition to news articles on my favourite topics, I would also see features such as daily horoscopes, crosswords puzzles, cartoons, recipe ideas, a classified section, stock price movements, travel spotlights, and obituaries, but when you look at News app in the app stores, most of these intrinsic newspaper features are non-existent!

    Trendeer News hopes to fill that void by aggregating News from across the world and re-introduce those missing Newspaper styled features that we previously had a love/hate relationship with - the app natively supports 23+ Newspaper styled features.

    Also, based on the 23+ distinct features supported natively by Trendeer News, I feel this app is a Xamarin Forms Super App :blush:

    Monday, August 12, 2019 9:34 PM