ATTENTION: You are viewing a page formatted for mobile devices; to view the full web page, click HERE.

Special User Sections > N.A.N.Y. 2015

NANY 2015 Release: WhenLast (Android app)

<< < (9/30) > >>

mouser:
Martin wrote up WhenLast on ghacks: http://www.ghacks.net/2015/01/03/whenlast-for-android-keeps-track-of-repeating-tasks  :-*

Ath:
And he has a few of the same remarks that are noted here ;)

Great review, imho. :up:

mouser:
Please download today's updates (jan 4, 2015) -- i found a bug that would cause changes not to be saved if you use the explicit Exit menu item (rather than just using the back or home button to leave application).

mouser:
I've updated the releases with a fix for text wrapping on small screens.
Also, I've published the android app's on the google play store, where you can rate/review them if you like (yes please!):

* https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.donationcoder.whenlast
* https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.donationcoder.hotrodpanel
ps.
I listed the apps on the google play store to purchase for 99 cents.  I decided to try that instead of listing them for free -- most of the time free in these app stores seems to mean covered in ads, so I thought 99 cents might be a cleaner approach.  But you can always download the apk's directly from the first post on this thread to get them for free.  The only advantage of getting it from the app store is the auto-updating feature.

TaoPhoenix:

ps.
I listed the apps on the google play store to purchase for 99 cents.  I decided to try that instead of listing them for free -- most of the time free in these app stores seems to mean covered in ads, so I thought 99 cents might be a cleaner approach.  But you can always download the apk's directly from the first post on this thread.
-mouser (January 05, 2015, 03:36 PM)
--- End quote ---

Elsewhere a few of us were talking about the state of the shareware culture ... and this is part of the problem! How/why did the "store" culture so completely ______ (your choice of words here) change what used to be a real "community" of shareware quality into the horrific ad infested stuff in the store? There's sociology paper material in there. We'd never stand for that on desktop software.

And it's even worse than "just charging 99 cents" - even those can get bastardized. You almost have to make it "free" (fake it with a crippled version) and then "pro", because now some X group of people Pavlovian-trained them so that to get "legit" software, you have to get the "pro" version!

>:(

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

[*] Previous page

Go to full version