Sunday, November 19, 2017

Web Lock

I have an announcement to make. I have finally completed my second app and put it on Google Play:

It's called Web Lock. It displays any page the user requests on the device lock screen (that is, the page is shown every time the device goes on, even if it's not locked). It requires Android 4.4 KitKat and up.
Now, I don't plan to make a separate FB page for it, nor to cover it here in more detail. I just made this announcement since it's somehow related, it's an offspring of the rotating-cities world clock in that it takes the display on lock screen feature and applies it to any page the user requests.
On the other hand, it has to be noted that the 2 apps are somewhat conflicting. If somebody has the rotating-cities world clock installed, and set to be shown on the lock screen, then it won't make much sense to also install Web Lock. But well, last time I checked there were still a few people left who don't have the rotating-cities world clock on their devices, so maybe they will want to install Web Lock.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Feedback page for my basic Android Web app development project

As said on the project page, you are invited to post here if you find problems of any kind in the project.
Just please first search the comments of this entry to see if somebody has posted your problem before. This way, if it has already been posted, you'll spare me some time (to read and direct you to the relevant comments) and you'll spare yourself some time (to post your comment and wait for me to answer it).

Sunday, September 18, 2016

A few points I have in mind for further development of the site

Of course, to actually get to do them, I'll have to receive at least moderate interest for it in its first basic form, otherwise I can't really see me putting a good chunk of further work into it.
Anyway, the main ideas are:

Saturday, January 23, 2016


This is the place where anybody interested can comment about the rotating-cities world clock.