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Dec 18 15

Speed dial for Sony SmartBand Talk SWR30

by eir
Speed Dial (Standalone)

The classic app that enables quick dialing of predefined 9 contacts is now available for the Sony SmartBand Talk SWR30. The contacts are selected in the app preferences on the phone, and on the band itself UP and DOWN buttons are used for scrolling through the list and the call is made by a TAP on the screen.

Enjoy!

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Dec 17 15

Log for the Sony SmartBand Talk SWR30

by eir
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Using the call log as an address book? Me too. That’s why I find this app to be a must for every Sony SmartBand Talk SWR30 owner. You can scroll through the list of recent calls by using the UP and DOWN buttons, and once you select who you want to call, you tap on the screen to make the call.

Optionally, the text messages (SMS) can be displayed in the same list.

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Get the app from the Google Play store:
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Oct 21 15

Speed Dial for the Pebble watch

by eir
Speed Dial (Standalone)

I just published my first Pebble app. It’s a simple speed dialer, the watch initiates a call on the phone. The contacts are preselected via the phone companion app.

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Give it a try. Search for “Speed dial” on your Pebble-connected Android device, or follow this link: http://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/5626ae103b5b31492e00008a

Dec 25 14

Audiometer for Samsung Gear

by eir
Sound Meter

The Audiometer app is now available for Samsung Galaxy Gear watches as well.

As reminder, the Audiometer uses the microphone of your phone / tablet to measure the sound level, and display the result on your watch.

Besides the actual sound level, the maximal and the average sound levels are displayed at any time.

Of course, this values cannot be taken for granted, hence the disclaimer: the results may be different than what a professional Sound Meter device would measure.

Get the app from the Google Play store:
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Nov 15 14

French, German and Greek fuzzy watch-faces

by eir
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The Fuzzy clock watch-faces app for Sony SmartWatch 2 has been updated. The new version (v.2) includes watch-faces in French, German and Greek :-)

Enjoy!

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Get the app from the Google Play store:
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Aug 21 14

Orthodox Menologion

by eir
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Very happy to introduce the app I’ve been working on this Summer.

It’s an upgrade of the Orthodox Calendar app, in the sense that it contains all the icons and lives of saints (or feasts descriptions), a total of 3.290 texts and over 2.000 icons. Like the Orthodox Calendar app, this one too does not require Internet connection to work, allowing you to read your daily spiritual nourishment at any place and at any time.

It contains notes about the periods of the liturgical year and the fasting dates, but you are warmly advised to not rely only on those notes, but to rather speak to your priest about fasting details.

The app is fully in Russian, and is currently available for Android and BlackBerry 10 devices, with support for more platforms on the way!

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The app uses contents from the renowned Azbyka.ru portal, as well as from the “From Pascha to Pascha” calendar by the St Maximus the Greek fund.

The app is free, get it today!

Orthodox Menologion, free at Google Play!

Orthodox Menologion for iPad, free on the App Store!

Orthodox Menologion, free at the Windows Phone Marketplace

Orthodox Menologion, free at BlackBerry World!

May 29 14

Digital Watch Faces for your SmartWatch 2

by eir
Digital Watch Faces

Because you have to be cool with your SmartWatch 2 when going out :-)

Five faces in total, two of those don’t occupy the full screen, leaving you plenty of space for widgets. The other faces are just meant to make your SmartWatch 2 even fancier than it already is.

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May 21 14

Fuzzy clock for SmartWatch 2

by eir
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First for the Sony SmartWatch 2: fuzzy clock (fuzzy as in fuzzy logic)! The difference between a fuzzy clock and a textual clock is that while the textual clock just translates the hours and the minutes to text, the fuzzy clock translates time into a more colloquial form. For example, a textual clock would read 15:47 as “Fifteen forty-seven”, while a fuzzy clock for the same time would say: “Quarter to four”.

These watch-faces don’t occupy the full screen of your SmartWatch, giving you the space to place other widgets and clocks on the screen.

Here are the five fuzzy clock watch faces available in the app, and the link to the app itself is at the very bottom.

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Get the app from the Google Play store now:
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May 16 14

Classic Watch-faces for your Sony SmartWatch2

by eir
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My new app provides five nice classic watch-faces for your Sony SmartWatch2.

You will find them in the “Edit watch faces” section –> “Clocks” of your SmartWatch2 app. Take a look at the watchfaces:

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May 12 14

Widgets for Speedometer for the Sony SmartWatch 2

by eir
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The Sony SmartWatch 2 has the really cool feature of watchface widgets – meaning you can place any information on the screen, which is visible all the time, and since the screen is not illuminated most of the time, the battery life is preserved quite a bit.

The Speedometer app takes advantage of this SmartWatch 2 novelty and now displays the data in two kind of widgets:
1) The full speedometer widget – which displays the same data as the app itself, and is therefore taking all the space of the screen.

Full speedometer widget, displays all data and takes up the whole screen area.

Full speedometer widget, displays all data and takes up the whole screen area.

2) The speed widget – which displays only the current speed data, and therefore takes only a tiny portion of the screen, leaving it up to you to decide how to fill the rest of the screen area.

The minimal widget - displays only the current speed (bottom right corner), leaving it up to you to fill up the rest of the screen with the information you prefer.

The minimal widget – displays only the current speed (bottom right corner), leaving it up to you to fill up the rest of the screen with the information you prefer.

Get the app from the Google Play store now:
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