Lithoglyph Inc. was founded in October 2007. We had helped a number of prominent Taiwanese companies develop their Mac and iOS applications. Our clients included KKBOX and Yahoo! Taiwan. We had also developed a few products of our own.
The company is no longer in operation. TapExpense was acquired by Lazy Studio in April 2011. All other products are discontinued and are no longer available.
KKBOX is the biggest online streaming music provider in Taiwan and Hong Kong. It now also operates in Japan, Singapore and Malaysia. Lithoglyph was commissioned to develop the first Mac, iPhone and iPad versions of the music player client app.
Yahoo! Taiwan commissioned Lithoglyph to develop a Traditional Chinese input method editor (IME) tailored to Taiwanese users' needs. A bigram-based text selection engine was developed. It was available on both Mac OS X and Windows.
Yahoo! has discontinued KeyKey since January 2013. We recommend Mac users who are looking for an alternative to Apple's built-in Chinese input methods consider open source projects such as OpenVanilla and McBopomofo.
A Mac color picker that makes use of the data available on Adobe® Kuler®. Discontinued. Archive.
Unless otherwise specified, the copyright of LadyBugz, Mondrianum, as well as all open source software released under the company's name, now belongs to Lukhnos Liu.
Copyright © 2007-2012 Lithoglyph Inc.
Copyright © 2012-2014 Lukhnos Liu.