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AstroClock

Postby arnodenhond » Tue Apr 14, 2009 11:13 pm

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Hi guys,

I have published my second application!
its called AstroClock and measures time by astronomical standards.

Three dials are shown inside eachother. From inside to ouside:

* Position of the sun in a day. Also indicates sunrise and sunset.
* Phase of the moon.
* Season of the year.

The position of the sun and duration of night time depends on your location.
The phases of the moon and seasons are reversed on the southern hemisphere.
All dials rotate in clockwise direction.

Please let me know what you think of it?

Thanks!
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Postby arnodenhond » Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:55 am

hi there :)

i have added new graphics to AstroClock.
check out the attached image. obviously the clock hands are not part of the image!
what do you guys think of it?

Also i have added a new feature which i call ring rotation mode. (not pictured!)
It makes the rings rotate (at different speeds) in stead of the clock hands.
just for clarity, the clock hand is fixed at 12oclock to indicate current position.

turns out there were some nasty errors related to timezone translation and date/time calculations
i think i got all of those fixed now :)
so please check it out

http://www.cyrket.com/package/arnodenhond.astroclocklite

ps, if you really like it you could get it as a desktop widget but that costs 99 cents!
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Postby arnodenhond » Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:46 am

Hi!

I have made some updates to my app:

If both network location and gps are disabled, the app now displays a dialog to allow manual location input.
The input is stored and reloaded when the app restarts.

The statistics screen now shows twilight in 3 different modes:
Astronomical, Nautical and Civil.
The selected mode is shown in the clock.

more info:
http://android.arnodenhond.com/applications/astroclock
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