One of my oldest apps that I created for a customer is online today with the new version 5.1 for iOS. That’s why I’m writing about it because today is my anniversary. Exactly 10 years ago I published my first app for iOS. Back then it was for a company and not for me.
How quickly time flies 😊
New Version 5.1 for iOS
My customer offers a very good service in Stuttgart so if you wish then you can get it. Jst scan the QR:
Or check the PWA Version of the App. HERE
- IP-blocklist specifically for NAS securityIP-blocklist specifically for NAS security. I created a nice little feed with automatically updating IP addresses that specialize in attacking NAS devices
- Version 5.1 for iOSNew Version 5.1 for iOS – Exactly 10 years ago I published my first app for iOS. Back then it was for a company and not for me. How quickly time flies 😊
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