Sol: Sun Clock
- @parallax_curtis well yeahFriday, 10.16.20 22:00
- RT @AJamesMcCarthy: Yesterday morning I captured an incredibly brief and rare event, the ISS transiting the 4% illuminated moon during the…Friday, 10.16.20 16:54
- @parallax_curtis This seems like machine learning at workMonday, 10.12.20 16:24
Category Archives: App Store
A lot of work went into version 5, because we needed to rework from the ground-up the way the screen layout is placed to accommodate all of Apple’s iOS device line.
Before version 5, the screens on iPhones larger than …
If you’re following us on social media — and who isn’t, right? — you’ve probably discovered we did a “soft launch” of our retro arcade game for iOS we’ve been working on forever: Vector-Z: Space Ranger. (The working title …
Our five-star Sol: Sun Clock is now half off in the App Store for 24 hours!
It’s the first day of Spring for us Northern Hemispheroids*, and you can track the lengthening days with Sol: Sun Clock.
Every day gets …
Version 3.0.2 of Sol: Sun Clock is now available in the App Store. (iOS 7 required.) This fixes some more bugs introduced in version 3.0, which was an iOS 7 tailored update to version 2.
What’s New in Version
Like almost all indie app developers, I sometimes find it hard not to take personally a vindictive 1-star review that a thoughtless customer left in the App Store.
This excellent piece by Matt Gemmell provides some excellent perspective to the …
Juggleware’s 4.5-star rated daylight utility Sol:Sun Clock has been updated on the App Store. Version 3 of Sol now has native iOS 7 UI controls and takes advantage of some of the other features that Apple’s new OS for the …
As an independent software dev, it’s easy to feel like a small ship adrift in a vast ocean. In the mobile app world since the iPhone was launched, this quickly developed from being a vast, exciting new frontier where any …
Sol: Sun Clock 2.0 for iPhone 5 and iPad hits the App Store
Sunlight tracking tool and alarm clock by Juggleware appeals to photographers, travelers, scientists, and more
NEW ORLEANS, August 7, 2013 – Chicken farmers, wedding planners, biologists, sleep