Windows Phone App in development: geoEarl

SplashScreenImage.jpgWell, there is not too much to show at the moment, but still I want to annouce, that I have another Windows Phone app in development. The logo on the left looks similar to you? OK, then you might already have guessed, what it is: Yes, those are „Pocket PC Geocaching Tools“ for Windows Phone. Well, as the old name doesn’t make too much sense anymore, I decided to rename the software to „geoEarl“. Or maybe I’ll call it PPC-GCT-FWP 😉

The picture you can see on the left is just the splash screen of the app. Some modules are already finished, but the main part is still to come: Open GSAK databases. The main problem here is: How to transfer a database with hundred(s) of megabyte to the phone in a fast and convenient way? Not to talk about hundreds of grabbed images and spoilers. Maybe Windows Phone 8 has some new options to achieve this.

The software is still in early development, so don’t expect anything in the near future. Maybe I’ll publish the app without the GSAK part at the beginning.

Let’s see…..

New Windows Phone App

Screenshot for Dev CenterSome days ago I published a small app called DaysTo Christmas.

It will show you how many days are left until the next Christmas. You can choose if the app should count until the 24th or the 25th of December.

The app is not free, but will cost 0,99 EUR/USD or that amount in your local currency.

It’s available in all markets, that are supported by the Windows Phone Store. The language of the app is English.

Get it now on the Windows Phone Store!

Picture used in this application:
NBS, „Weihnachtlich“
CC-Lizenz (BY 2.0)

smsEarl Version 1.2 veröffentlicht

Die SMS-App für ist jetzt gratis in der Version 1.2 im Windows Phone Store verfügbar.

Neben dem neuen Namen gibt es folgende Verbesserungen gegenüber der Version 1.0:

  • Der aktuelle Kontostand wird nun angezeigt.
  • Fehlerbehebung beim Senden von SMS mit Umlauten.
  • Eine Liste der gesendeten SMS kann nun abgerufen werden. Der Posteingang kann leider über die nicht abgerufen werden und steht daher auch in der App nicht zur Verfügung.