All apps on these pages are created by Sten Kaiser.
You can reach me at: info@appmaker.se

There is no large cooperation to present boring facts about, so I am giving some less serious trivia about me as a developer instead. The information below is of course completely unnecessary to appreciate the apps, but someone might find it fun to see what leads up to a collection like this.

After a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering in 1985,  I began as an Associate Professor in Solid Mechanics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. But after a few years, I decided to leave the University.  After a short stint at IBM, I spent eight very stimulating years at Apple Computer, mostly in marketing management positions. Since Apple, I have been self-employed with a very varied range of assignments, from management over marketing to technical development. Working with marketing and advertising made me interested in graphical design, and that is why I am dabbling with the app graphics without the proper background.

About 5 years ago, at the age of 55, I decided that I was too old to have budget restrictions and clients telling me what I could do or not. So I started developing these apps completely on my own, with no financing except my own time, a lot of time 🙂 I am only working with applications that interest me personally (thus a lot of sports) and that are complex enough to be challenging. It has been fun and very stimulating to work with all the aspect of the creation: Idea, design, graphics, programming, testing, video production, documentation, support etc. All the positive feedback and ideas I have received from users has also been very rewarding (thanks to everyone).

Sten Kaiser

The RacquetTune developer (right) at a match in the Swedish senior series. These players have a total of 11 Grand Slam Titles between them.
The RacquetTune developer (right) at a match in the Swedish senior series.
These players have a total of 11 Grand Slam Titles between them.
The SprintTimer developer almost 40 years ago.
The SprintTimer developer almost 40 years ago.
The SpeedClock developer trying to keep up with his daughter.
The SpeedClock developer trying to keep up with his daughter.

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