Android Development


KickingLettuce Studios is the Android Application Development wing for Kicking Lettuce.

Releasing their first app in April 2011, KickingLettuce Studios is a startup Android Developer. Currently, more than just a hobby--but not quite a full-time business, we are building up our inventory of complex applications.

Combined, our apps recorded more than 10,000 downloads in their first 6 months. Total downloads are nearly at 75,000.

If you like our apps, please leave feedback in the Google Play Store!


The Android Corner


Debt Planner....

November 26, 2014 | by: Eddie

A nice, small update coming end of November. Then, work begins on a giant addition to the app.



Debt Planner Pro - Custom Payments

September 18, 2014 | by: Eddie

Every week of every month for the last couple of years people have been hounding me on adding Custom Payments to Debt Planner:  Well, NOW YOU CAN!  Check out the help page in the app for details on use.



Gas Budget

September 11, 2014 | by: Eddie

The almost forgotten app, Gas Budget has received an update for the first time in over a year!  (1) Numbers are now formatted in the users local currency and as requested by one user, (2) You can now edit gas entries (Amount spent and Notes Taken).  


The most exciting part for me -- which really has no impact on users -- is that ugly, ugly old code has been cleaned up!  This actually makes future updates much easier.



New update for Debt Planner Free

August 11, 2014 | by: Eddie

As many have requested, you can now backup your debts on the free Debt Planner version prior to upgrading. (Either from the Upgrade Window or in Settings). Once you install Debt Planner Pro, you may go into Settings, hit Manual Restore and restart the app. Your previous debts ill be there! Note: Restoring is only a feature in the Pro version.



Debt Planner Pro 4.65 Released

August 6, 2014 | by: Eddie

Check out the Play Store for details! It requires a new internet permission (for the newly added help section) so it will have to be updated manually by you. We will be doing a small maintenance update to Debt Planner (Free version) next.



New Debt Planner Pro version coming this week!

August 3, 2014 | by: Eddie

Look out for an update soon. It will feature the ability to backup and restore your data! Also we are adding a brand new help section. Stay tuned...



Debt Planner - Future Updates

July 2, 2014 | by: Eddie

The most requested debt planner feature is the ability to customize future payments. Make no mistake, this will be added this year! We do not have an exact timetable but it should be soon. A second feature we would like to incorporate is the ability to back up your data in case you transfer devices. Or if you upgrade from the free to pro version. A last upgrade coming later on this year will be support and theming for the next major version of Android ("L" release) as we like to keep our apps looking modern.

As always, thank you for your continued support and please keep sending us suggestions or anything else you find!



Debt Planner / Debt Planner Pro 4.5 released!

May 22, 2014 | by: Eddie

Both versions of Debt Planner have been updated to 4.5 during the week of May 19th. The biggest changes are listed on the changelog in the Play Store. But to sum up the two newest items: 1. Money will now be displayed in YOUR currency format! 2. The Planner screen is 100 x's more responsive! (The technical answer: We replaced a TableLayout with a much more appropriate ListView). Please contact us if there are any issues found. Otherwise, we hope the app experience has been greatly improved! As always, we have more plans coming in the future for updates!



Debt Planner

February 1, 2014 | by: Eddie

There has been a lot of feedback on some calculation bugs in both Debt Planners. Check for an update released today and let us know if this resolved it for you.



Debt Planner

September 1, 2013 | by: Eddie

After a couple of years we have finally got the calculations in Debt Planner (and Pro as well) to a place where we want them.  It is accurate down to the cent.


Also, in Debt Planner (Free, ad supported version) we have raised the limit from 3 debts to FIVE!