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   Fri, 11.10.13

EasyStreetView 1.1.0 update
EasyStreetView (Google Maps / Street View client) has been updated to version 1.1.0 which provides GPS support to quickly set user's current location from the GPS receiver, and adds Google's PanControl serving as a simple compass to indicate current heading in the street view.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:06 in category

   Sun, 06.10.13

Nineshark updated to v0.0.4
Alejo Sotelo has released another update (v0.0.4) of his fantastic Grooveshark client - Nineshark. This new version brings support for more gestures, Grooveshark user synchronisation, My Playlists, My Collections and My Favourites, redesigned search and player, automatic updates, and more. Full change log is available on Alejo's home page.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:40 in category

EasyStreetView ported to Blackberry 10
EasyStreetView (Nokia N9 version here) has been ported to Blackberry BB10. This time it is not a QtQuick port but a native Cascades rewrite. The BB10 version additionally brings support for GPS, PanControl serving as a simple compass to show current heading, and several other enhancements, all of which will also be added to Harmattan and Symbian versions.

EasyStreetView is basically a Google Maps client optimized for simultaneous (and therefore quick and easy) Street View access and use. It offers a split screen showing both the map and the street view at once, so you don't need to drag and drop the pegman and switch between map and street view back and forth. The map and panorama are integrated with each other (marker on the map follows street view, and vice versa) but can also be panned and zoomed independently.

EasyStreetView for BB10 is available from the BlackBerry AppWorld.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:06 in category

   Fri, 04.10.13

Nokia continues to FINISH OFF MeeGo, Symbian and ITSELF - they're cancelling Ovi Store support for Symbian and Harmattan applications
It looks that what's been done to Symbian and MeeGo so far still isn't enough for those who destructed Nokia's own operating systems and the company itself.

Now, starting from January 1st, they're cancelling support for Symbian and Harmattan applications in the Nokia Store. A message stating so has just been sent to all Nokia Store publishers. The existing content will remain available, but neither new applications nor even updates to the existing ones will be accepted. They are going to focus SOLELY on Windows Phone and the Asha series, i.e. only on what they sold to Microsoft.

It looks that Nokia continues to do EVERYTHING it takes to support Microsoft, even if it is harmful to Nokia itself. Or else, what other company (especially in THIS financial condition) would be just giving up like this on yet another revenue source, and probably quite a good one considering that only in September Symbian and Harmattan users have downloaded nearly 700 copies of my applications (and I surely am NOT the most popular Ovi store publisher), which shows that there is an ongoing demand for Symbian and MeeGo software.

And it makes me wonder what has happened with Nokia's PROMISE to support Symbian until 2016. A company that doesn't keep their own promises should get what it deserves, and I hope that Symbian and Harmattan users will not forget how they've been cheated and misled.

Hopefully by that time someone else will decide to launch a '3rd party' appstore supporting Symbian and Harmattan.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 20:02 in category

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