You missed the Star trek angle
Can't believe you missed the fact that the interface is based on the LCARS interface on the ST:TNG computers. That would also explain the beep :P
Pocket Universe is the creation of one John T. Kennedy who was inspired by lack of opportunities to view the night sky with any clarity or frequency in his native Dublin. The app is basically a star map, which takes advantage of the new iPhone 3GS compass to provide a Virtual Sky, which follows your movements, enabling you to …
... if I jailbreak the phone can I re-skin the interface to use lcars layout.... I miss it... sniff...
No startrek icons... this upsets me greatly.. perhaps replacing the angel jobs and angel gates would open up a couple of startrek slots?
Oh - and thanks for the app reviews, it's nice to see some interesting apps coming out still... I've all but stopped looking at the app store because it's just overrun with crap these days... except for monkey island ofcourse! :)
'and a link to Wikipedia will inform you of their details and statistics'
be replaced with
'and a link to Wikipedia, the controversial encyclopedia that can be edited by anybody irrespective of qualifications, will provide more information, although given Wikipedia's well established and intrinsic lack of reliability, it's a shame a more substantiated source wasn't used.'
there - I think that should pass muster
...as tested in greenbank park.
Do you have to have the 3GS, or can you use it in reverse (work out your view from positioning/scaling a set of starmaps over your actual view - I guess automating this might be more than the iphone processor combined with your outstretched arm can handle without severe cramp setting in).
I decided against the 3GS as I didn't see a compass and video as crucial to my daily life, the rest of the 'new' features were os 3.0 features! I could probably cope without this, as long as I can play tap tap revenge to daft punk technologic.
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