About Nitro Code
The Software House
Nitro Code was founded in 2009 by Guido Lodetti. Until July 2012, the name of the startup had been "VukoSoft". Following the philosophy of "make it only if you use it", Nitro Code currently has four active projects on the App Store.
In 2009, Pocket F1 was the first application being published on the App Store. Afterwards, in September 2010, Estrazioni SuperEnalotto - made in collaboration with Marco Falgari - became available on the Italian store.
Fast Feeder was one of the most thrilling projects we had to deal with: after ten months of work, it was published in January 2011, but was soon abandoned. One year and a half later, the application got updated, fixing serious bugs.
Pocket MGP is the latest one, published in July 2012.
Guido Lodetti is a young student and track&field athlete who lives in Italy. He deals with the coding, the UI designing and the marketing of Nitro Code apps and website. Developer since the age of 14, he also works as a freelancer for other companies.