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New app: Connected Timer synchronises timers across nearby devices

  Connected Timer lets you create a timetable with named intervals, and have it count down on multiple devices at once. Create the timetable and enter each interval and duration. Then, join the timetable on other devices by running the … Continue reading

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Bus Finder runners up in VicTripathon competition

   Bus Finder is an Android app which aims to make Melbourne (and regional Victorian) bus routes easier to find. It received runners up in the 2015 VicTripathon competition, for best improvement to user experience (any PTV dataset). VicTripathon was … Continue reading

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Rocklogger Updated to 1.95

This update introduces a new Android Wear companion app. It allows you to log remotely from either your phone or your watch, using the sensors in either. The image on the left shows the apps connected to each other and … Continue reading

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Adding custom basemaps to Rocklogger

The latest Rocklogger update allows paid users to plot logs on custom basemaps. This post is a brief guide on how to get maps from several different sources onto your phone. Use your own custom basemaps You can plot Rocklogger … Continue reading

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Rocklogger Updated to 1.9

This update introduces the ability to plot records on custom basemaps, which you can load from a number of sources (paid only): -Web map tiles, eg Open Street Maps -MapBox/RMaps database -Hierarchical z/x/y directory of tile images -Zip file of … Continue reading

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Rocklogger on Blackberry

Rocklogger has just been published to Blackberry World. Most features are the same as for Android, with a couple of differences: The Android robot in the icon has been replaced by a blue symbol man: And the separate unlocker app … Continue reading

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Rocklogger updated to 1.6

This update lets paid users display a live stereonet plot while logging (either in addition to, or instead of the normal dip/strike symbol). It plots as a pole or plane depending on the plane type (orientation logging mode). The normal … Continue reading

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