• Sugar Coded Apps //digital makers of assorted bits & bytes
  • [since 2010]

About us.

Based in Louisville, KY; Sugar Coded Apps has over 5 years of iOS Development experience & have successfully launched over 20 apps in the iTunes App Store.

Several of our apps have been featured on the iTunes App Store & have total downloads of over 400,000 worldwide. Our most popular apps have been Military Time Converter, Crochet Decoder, & Deceptinet. One of our newer apps, I've Lost My Voice, became a top 10 app in the medical category last year. We also launched our first game: BBN Jersey Challenge in early 2015.

In addition to popular lifestyle utility apps, we have also made several popular apps for elementary education (The Newbery App & Alphamatch!) & even completed a project for the University of Louisville's PEACC Program.

With a wide array of tech knowledge I am available for contract work on projects I feel I can offer value to. A list of some services I offer is available at services.sugarcodedapps.com or you can contact me directly via email.

In addition to app development & website projects, we also offer digital archiving services to those in the Louisville area who would like their music, photos, or documents transferred from a physical format to digital. These services are listed at the top of this page & link to more detailed information & pricing.

With almost 20 years of Mac & Apple knowledge I may be able to help with lots of everyday Apple tech support needs, iOS development projects, or just building a website for your business.

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day.
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Our Apps Featured on the Web

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Crochet Decoder: featured at the 'Crochetime' Blog. August 2012 & January 2013.
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Piano Chord Helper: featured at Apps4 iDevices & the iPhone Mom.
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Quick Discreet Text: featured review at 148 Apps.
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The Edu-Ke$ha-nal App was the featured 'Quirky App of the Day' at App Advice July 2011.
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Crochet Decoder: was featured at the 'Crochet Concupiscence' & 'Maybe Matilda' crafting blogs.
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Sugar Coded Apps designed & developed the official iPhone App for the UofL PEACC program.