PoopLog allows you to track your bowel movements using the Bristol Stool Scale on your Android powered device. Attach a photo, your location, a note, or 20+ other options and share your PoopLog with any other Android App. Export reports for easy analysis (Text, HTML & CSV). Totals, Trends, Charts & Calendar Views. 100% Free! Supports Android 2.3 and up! More information.


SleepScreen allows you to turn off your device's screen, and lock it, on-demand, with the tap of a single shortcut on your Android home screen, or dock. This application is useful for any user who dislikes having to find or fumble for the hardware lock key every time they want to turn their screen off, and is very useful for owners of tablets, such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab. SleepScreen is available for 99 cents, to users running Android OS 2.2 or higher. More information.


fourtwentytime is a once-per-day reminder alarm for your next smoke session with a wide-range of customizable notification options. Never forget your next smoke session again! fourtwentytime is a free application, available to users running Android OS 1.6 or higher. More information.

Android Greetings

Android Greetings is a new project I am actively developing and should be available shortly. Unfortunately, I'm keeping my lips sealed as to exactly what Android Greetings is, but what I can say is that this will be great for anyone in your life that loves their Android device. For updates, more information and to find out when it launches, follow @kefsco, or @androidgreeting on Twitter.

Click It/Click It Gold

Click It/Click It Gold is a free Android application that allows you to click a button to increase your Click It count. The application consists of a single screen with a single button, Click It. Once you Click It, you must wait a variable length of time before you can Click It again. If you do not wish to wait, you may purchase a click within the application for 99 cents (or if you're rich, you can pay $99 with Click It Gold). Click It is one of the very first Android applications to support in-app billing, and was released on April 2nd, a mere 82 hours after in-app billing was introduced by Google. More information.