I decided to remove the ads from Luas Times and to upload the source to github under an ASL 2.0 licence. It’ll be interesting to see if I get any patches! I’ve also created a donate button in case anyone would like to buy me a beer for the apps or posts that I’ve made.
Just spent a few minutes adding the red-line stops to the app. These stops are all a part of the Saggart line extension. Grab version 1.9 from the Android market here http://goo.gl/L8kA7
T3 Online have just reviewed Arcus Dictionary, giving it four stars. Not a bad review by any stretch of the imagination. Their review suggests that spell-check is not available but it is there in settings if a user wants to enable it. It did get me thinking that perhaps it should be enabled by default […]
Following a request from the RPA I have taken down the paid version of Luas Times. All money generated from sales has been donated to Barretstown. In the coming week I will be posting an update to the existing paid users advising them of this. Development of the free ad-supported version is OK to continue.
Thankfully the times on the Luas site are back to normal. You should notice that the times shown in the app are back to normal too.
Unfortunately the times on the luas site are wrong for a number of stops at the moment. This means that the times in the app will be wrong too. Hopefully they will fix the issue soon.
Just released Luas Times 1.6 to the Android Market. This version has more frequent location updates and should have better power management too. I have also added a new preference that allows you to filter the list of stops so that only the stops that you are interested in will be shown.