Livio’s Apps

This page is an anchor page with links to the mobile apps that I have created recently. So find something of interest and click on thru to the other side.

Livio’s Apps List

Events App

Livio has developed a mobile app for outdoor events, initially for marathons, but any outdoor event venue will fit (trekking, races, festivals, etc). It’s available on Apple and Google stores and is currently seeking early adopters in the event promotion space.

Check out what we’ve built so far.

Events App

Trekking Nepal App

Find and explore treks from your mobile device in preparation for an adventure of a lifetime with the Trekking Nepal app. The app includes all the major treks, with tracks, facts, blogs and personal videos.
Trekking Nepal App

Other Event Apps

We have other custom built versions of the Outdoor Events app available. We can also custom brand your own app. Check out your options.

Other Event Apps

Cupids Relationship Tracker Cupid’s Diary

The Relationship Tracker app helps you monitor and record your relationship’s ups and downs so that you can clearly analyze the number and frequency of positive and negative events. With this data you can make decisions about you commitment levels and what needs to change or improve.

I created this app in order to develop a calendar interface but couldn’t stop coding and it grew. Hence a fully functional fun journal by Livio.

Cupid’s Diary

  LizzyB Autism Learning Tools

LizzyB Autism Tools page is an app collection point for my Covid-19 home lock-down project of creating games for autistic kids.

Totally free (no ads) with 100+ lessons with many that speak (English only).


Autism Counting 123

A totally free beginner number learning game for kids with developmental delays (autism specially) and toddlers. It speaks & writes it’s questions in multiple languages. Here is the list of current languages supported. FREE

English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian/Hrvatski & Spanish.

Press Release

Space Math (Android Only)

Space Math for Kids (preschool kids) is made of 3 parts. The first teaches counting (1-10) with numbers and objects. I found that my autistic granddaughter memorized  numbers easily but struggled to interpret them as objects, especially when required to recite them in different combinations (numbers vs objects or mixed). So I built this as a entry point for testing learning methods. However, my other grand kids enjoyed it so much that I released it just for kicks. FREE


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