Version for Droid?

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Avatar donh 3 post(s)

I saw your answer about Iphone but I think droid can handle all your objections. I think it is also java based.

Not sure a mobile is the best way to do it but I like the idea of an interface to an external web server. I guess if you wrote the interface to the web service you could do it over any web browser and not need any program on any device other than a browser. It would also make it extremely easy for users if you do the updates at the server level. They wouldn’t even need to know. May even be a good way for you to make a few bucks. I would sign up for a reasonable annual fee or such. Of course the disclaimer may cost more in legal fees than you might make;)

Thanks for the great program.


Avatar Morgan Schweers Administrator 1,204 post(s)

Yeah, a ‘Droid app would be a lot of fun to put together, I think. I’d have to get one, though, and a cell plan. I’m sure there’s a simulator, like there is for the iPhone…

Out of curiosity, what would you consider a reasonable monthly fee? $5?

Anyhow, I am considering a jQTouch interface to the web app, which I’m given to understand also works under ’Droid-based phones.

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