About Binary Formations
Binary Formations is a family run software design and development company based in Virginia. The company was founded with one goal in mind: To build software that solves a problem in our everyday lives with the hope that others would find it useful in theirs as well.
We released our first app, Home Inventory, for the Mac in 2005 and it remains our flagship app. In the years since, it has grown a sizable following, garnered rave reviews, and was chosen by Apple as Mac App Store Best of 2013 and Editor’s Choice picks. We also produce the iOS chore tracking app, Chore-inator (a Macworld 2014 Best of Show winner), Too Phat (a visual weight loss app for iOS), My Reasons (an innovative way to help you build good habits available for the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Apple Watch), and Adam Learns Shapes and Colors (an iPad app for teaching children basic shapes and colors).
Diane is the Managing Partner of Binary Formations. She manages the day to day operations and helps with product development, QA, and customer support.
Kevin handles the coding and software design duties at Binary Formations. When not writing software and answering support emails, he can usually be found noodling around on a guitar.
The inspiration behind Chore-inator and Adam Learns Shapes and Colors, Adam does his best to make sure his mom and dad don’t make anything “lame”.
Kitchen & Bath Design News, the leading business and design resource for the kitchen and bath trade, has included Home Inventory in its monthly digital and print magazine feature WHAT'S APP. "Home Inventory literally helps the user get their house in order." You can...read more
Claims magazine, an insurance industry trade publication, has included Home Inventory in its Tools of the Trade feature by Moshe Beauford. Beauford says Home Inventory, "...solves the real world problem of proving the value of items...", and that, "One of its most...read more
https://youtu.be/pVVDHqlUgQ8 When released the original version of Too Phat four years ago, we wanted to do something different from the run of the mill weight tracking app. Not only did Too Phat make use of full-body photos to let you see your progress, you could...read more
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