Here's an idea. Tell me if I should get it crowdfunded. We'll create an Android app for Kickstarter. Wait, before you scoff, hear me out. This way you don't have to fiddle around with opening the site in a browser or opting to sit down at a laptop instead. As soon as you get the urge to throw your money at a project, you can do so.

A phone that backs up your files and app data to the cloud? An Android port of an educational game from the 90s? Flash you can activate over Bluetooth? Yet another Android-powered game console? Pebble, again? These are all products that could potentially be yours if you had pledged money during the campaigns. Carrying the Kickstarter app around in your pocket will increase the likelihood that you can make spontaneous decisions as quickly as possible.

For this app to be any good, it will have to let you browse projects and make pledges. You should also be able to view profiles and follow other users' activity. Ideally we will include all of this at launch, but we can make some features stretch goals if it looks like we're struggling.

Wait—don't tell me. No, Kickstarter just beat me to the punch. An official app is now available on Google Play.

Well, I guess it's for the best. I wouldn't have shipped a completed app on time anyway.