Hi. I'm Pete Callaway, a software engineer at Apple.
Before joining Apple, I worked on a number of projects as a freelance iOS developer, a selection of which are shown here:
Qwiki automatically turns pictures and videos from events you’ve captured on your iPhone into brief, beautiful movies to share. We pick the best moments and pacing—then add transitions and a soundtrack.
Users can rearrange, add, or remove pictures & videos, customize captions, select a filter, and edit the pre-selected soundtrack with a favorite song from their music library.
Qwiki was selected as Editor's Choice on the App Store and was acquired by Yahoo in July 2013.
Simple, intuitive and elegant. Summly redefines news for the mobile world with algorithmically generated summaries from hundreds of sources. Innovative gestures, animations and great summaries make reading the news fun: easy to use, easy to scan, easy to read, clear and concise.
Summly was featured in the App Store's Best Of 2012 and was acquired by Yahoo in March 2013.
It presents news in digestible chunks that are more detailed than tweets, with a beautifully-designed, gesture controlled interface tailored for a mobile screen.- Wired UK
Selected as Editor's Choice on the App Store, The Telegraph for iPad delivers agenda-setting news, business and sport seven days a week. Features include:
The Economist is arguably the most famous of all newspaper titles, and its loyal readership contains some of the world’s most influential business leaders.
One of the first publications to launch on the iPad, features include:
The Telegraph iPhone app provides breaking news and in-depth coverage on the go. The customisable homepage allows instant access to favourite sections and news articles can be shared quickly and easily via Facebook, Twitter and email.
Full-screen photo galleries and videos add a further dimension to the day's top stories and live feeds provide up to the minute data from financial markets, plus live football scores and video highlights.
Hi Mom is a Y Combinator backed mobile app, that lets you create postcards from pictures you've taken on your phone. You can then send them as beautiful emails or physical postcards to your parents - or anyone else you'd like to keep in touch with on a regular basis.
HiMom does what its name says: it is about creating and sending postcards, and building up a relationship specifically around one or two particular people.- Techcrunch