I have released A.C. which has the final name "CalAdvent" and is now available for download from Apple's iOS App Store for free. In a nutshell, the application is an Advent Calendar, but it can be used to countdown any event and not just Christmas. I am also getting close to finishing a minor update to Anime Face.
I am currently working on A.C. as I am trying to get it ready for a release later this year. To ensure that I can get the application in the state I want for the release, I am neglecting some of my other projects for the time being. Hopefully I will be able to resume working on G.K. in a few months.
I had a productive week finishing off major versions for G.B.D. and G.K. while finishing a minor version of A.C., besides finishing those versions I also finished a feature in my platformer prototype. I think there are just two major hurdles (and a handful of minor ones) left in my A.C. application so it still looks like I will be able to release it this year.
Looking at E3 and my normal Nintendo predictions: I expect there will be a Pokemon mini-direct type of presentation before Nintendo's E3 week starts. I expect a new (to the series) Smash Bros. fighter (my guess is Rex from Xenoblade Chronicles 2) will be introduced during the Switch Spotlight video. Lastly I predict that at least one new Labo set (slated for release during the holiday season) will be reviled.
I have finished and released the update for Anime Face, but in the process I wasn't digging the changes to iOS development (specifically supporting the iPhone X) and I don't feel like making more updates. At this point I am not planning on any updates to my existing applications. I am planning to release A.C. on iOS sometime this year and I am still working on other apps for the iOS platform as well. Although if I start any new game it will most likely not be for an iOS platform.