Try This Amazing Web App

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  1. darkassassin

    darkassassin Active Member

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    Yes. What you have to bare in mind is this app is probably 80% Javascript. Take a look here:

    http://pattern.dk/sun/resources/sunny.js

    There is just thousands and thousands of lines of code, which is great, but the potential for bugs is huge. I say props to the app and developer, as it's a nice concept, but flawed execution; safari -> add to homescreen -> launch -> give it permission (yeah, right).
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  2. Shedoara

    Shedoara Well-Known Member

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    Doesn't work for me from the start. Deleted it, quit it and all that. Can't add any cities nor it ever finds my location. Cool though from how it's made.
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  3. Aaronius

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    On my iPad 4 with a 60mb/s connection and I must say...it is actually really responsive and fast. It is even optimized to fit the iPad's screen which was a nice surprise. Pinching from the center and outward vertically revealed an hourly graph and scrollable 10-day chart. You can even click points on the graph. It even found my location in 3secs which is a small town south of D.C.

    I must say, by far the simplest and sleekest apps I've used to date. I will definitely be using it!
  4. Arbiter Of The iPhones

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    This is exactly what I have thought of my OS to be like. Gesture based. Easy to use. Simple design. I am going to make something like this.

    Oh yeah, and, the app. It is beautiful. I love the way the design looks, and I also really love the fact that it uses gestures as controls. It just seems so much easier than buttons. Apple really should have thought of this one before. Well done!
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    Arbiter Of The iPhones Active Member

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    Not slow for me. It works fine. iPad Mini. A5. You have an iPhone 5. A6. Interesting.
  6. Xerox

    Xerox Well-Known Member

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    He has an iPhone 4..
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    Arbiter Of The iPhones Active Member

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    Hmm. Whatever you say.
  8. Xerox

    Xerox Well-Known Member

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    I misread 'Bawnie' for 'Badd_Blood'.

    Curse me and my fast scrolling.
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    Arbiter Of The iPhones Active Member

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    Hey, you've also got a black 3G S. Curse those things. Just kidding. But mine barely works. It now functions as a light and a vibrator. It is white screen of death, along with an unresponsive screen. I am trying repairs on it, but god, will that take some time.
  10. Xerox

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    Yeah, I got my Uncle to get me one (he can get most phones for free, I asked for a 3GS, because I really only use it for music and I don't want something that is too expensive) because I prefer an iPhone 3GS over my iPod touch 4G any day of the month.

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