_ October 09, 2018

The app page of Nums is now also available in German. 🇩🇪

_ September 26, 2018

Photo comparison: iPhone XS vs iPhone 6s

Got my new shiny iPhone XS! Here is a selection of photos taken with the new XS and my old iPhone 6S side-by-side.

I’m really happy with the photo quality, it’s a big leap from my old iPhone 6s. I also love the new lower focal length of 26mm 1 (iPhone 6s 28mm). It’s a big plus for me.

I’m looking forward to trying out the new camera capability on my trip to South Tyrol next week. I will publish the photos on my Photoblog. 2

All photos are unedited, with one exception that they have been scaled down to be 2500 pixels in width – exported from the Photos app on my Mac in JPEG Quality: high.

iPhone 6s

iPhone 6s

  1. 35 millimeter format equivalent 

  2. All photos taken after September 22, 2018 are shot with an iPhone XS 

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_ September 25, 2018

Nums - Update v1.11

Nums just got a new update!

Learn numbers in a foreign language! Download version 1.11 on the App Store!

_ September 21, 2018

Nums 1.10 is now available!

You can download the new Version on the App Store! Happy learning 😀

_ August 24, 2018

Nums - Learn Numbers in a foreign language

My first iOS App is out! Nums helps you to understand and learn numbers in a foreign language.

Learning Xcode & Swift and designing and coding the app took more time than I expected, but finally Nums - Learn Numbers is on the App Store! I’m so happy 😀

_ July 19, 2018

I’m back in Germany. After two weeks in Munich, where I visited my parents and friends, I am on the road again. Now on the way to different places in the north/east of Germany. No new photos at the moment, so I will post some old ones from my last year’s trip to northern Spain.

_ May 13, 2018

My new Photo Blog is online, with beautiful impressions of the Canary Island La Palma. Don’t miss any new photos and follow the Photo Feed or via

_ February 09, 2018

Moony Monster Pixel

…had some time and made a little pixel Moony Monster.

_ January 12, 2018

Pixel Dog

Just a little pixel dog having fun… 🐶

_ January 05, 2018

“Spectre can be exploited in web browsers, including Safari, using JavaScript” – via macstories.

Until the first Meltdown and Spectre patches see the daylight, I think it’s not wrong to take some security precautions. Websites with doubtful origin should be avoided at the moment. I think it’s also a good idea to disable Javascript in the browser.