Software developer in Montréal, Canada

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Developing Stations

I’m proud to have introduced Stations earlier today.

This milestone marks the start of my independent journey on the App Store.

While I do have a decade of professional work experience, this is the first app I’ve entirely funded, designed, developed, and released on my own.

Shipping has never felt this satisfying.

Board of development tasks at the time of launch

Business model

Stations currently is a paid app.

I plan to eventually migrate to a free with a subscription model, but I believe that paid is better suited at the moment.

The current version has a complete, albeit limited feature set. There are features in the roadmap that are well suited for subscriptions, but I’m not there yet. I work slowly.

Additionally, I’m still finding my indie bearings and I don’t want to be overwhelmed with support requests.

This is a labor of love project that I work on in my spare time. Ideally, I shouldn’t have to justify charging for work but here we are.


An effort was made to keep 1.0 lean. Otherwise, there’s no telling when (or if) I would’ve shipped.

That version is a launchpad and I’ve got a good backlog to work with.

My goal is to have fun making a well-maintained app that’s a good platform citizen.