Friday, 3 October 2014

A Quiet Summer

After a flurry of activity taking Morpheuz from its experimental "I wonder if I can make a Pebble do this", to a fairly mature product, I have had a little bit of a break. I'm currently in the process of producing version 2.3 which will provide figures that can be manually entered into Apple's HealthKit sleep tracking. I've smartened up the configuration page with a cleaner and more colourful look. On iOS wake up times can be set to five minute rather than fifteen minute intervals. On Android hopefully a numeric keypad will appear when editing the wake up window. Sleep well

11 comments:

  1. great to hear about all the improvements. there doesnt seem to be a place on your site to donate to development...

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    1. Morpheuz is free. It's really nice to hear that you'd like to donate - it means I am doing something right. Would you consider donating some money to a good cause, instead?

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  2. Is there any way to change intensity and frequency of the vibration? Or could you add this? Right now it's very hard and loud, waking up the wife as well! :P Apart from the rather rude awakening right now it works really well though! :)

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    1. Sadly there is nothing I can do to control the intensity of the vibration. Pebbles SDK doesn't provide the option. I do try to build up slowly with one vibe every three seconds and then increasing.

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  3. Hi! Is there any chance of automatically (no manual input) syncing with Up/Healthkit? Great app! Thanks.

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    1. It could happen. It could happen relatively soon.

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  4. I love the app so far. I'm looking forward to potential HealthKit intergration soon!! Keep up the great!

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