Posts Tagged ‘ app ’

Word Clock gets its own page

Minor update, I’ve created a page for Word Clock. I’ve also turned Word Clock into a Chrome extension (which has a nice icon in the toolbar and a pop-up instead of a full-screen tab). Check it out at the new Word Clock page!

Word Clock
http://wordclock.phamous-apps.com/

Golden AP Gets to shine a little brighter today as well…

We don’t get too many downloads on Mobile AP Gold, and thats ok! The whole reason we made Mobile AP Shortcut to begin with is because we wanted everyone to have 1 button access to turn on Mobile AP! But, our select few gold members, we do love you, so Golden AP has been updated with slight differences from Mobile AP, to make sure you feel the distinction.

The largest distinction is we left the shortcut itself as an app, and slightly changed its icon to reflect its functionality. The widget in Golden AP is a 1×1 instead of a 2×1, and its only function is for one button enabling / disabling your mobile hotspot. This way if you don’t want the settings shortcut tacked on, you don’t have to. And of course, there is no 5 second ad delay (we’re bastards, we know).

Check out the screenshots and the table below, choose for yourself!

Whats the big difference anyways?! Golden AP Mobile AP
Access to Mobile AP Settings on all compatible phones: Yes Yes
Access to 1 touch enable on all compatible phones: Yes Yes
Sweet Gold Icon Yes No
Has ads No Yes
Widget Size 1×1 2×1
Has Shitty Graphics Yes Yes
Buys us 1 cup of ramen: Yes If you click the ad 69 times

You can buy Golden AP here for only $.99 USD.

-Kevin Grant

Android Apps: Golden / Mobile AP Shortcut 3.0 is here!

We are proud to announce Golden and Mobile AP Shortcut 3.0! We skipped 2.0 because we felt like it! After hours of laboring, we have figured out how to turn this handy dandy application from a helpful shortcut to an AMAZING WIDGET! Check out the screens below, and head to marketplace for Golden AP Shortcut for the paid version or Mobile AP Shortcut for the ad version.

-Kevin Grant

Word Clock!

Just a quick update, we have released our first Chrome Web App! If you use Google Chrome, give the Word Clock a try! The direct link below.

Chrome Web Store: Word Clock

For those of you not using Google Chrome, you can see it in action at the link below. Internet Explorer users will not get to see the cool glow and smooth animations that Firefox, Safari, and Chrome users get to see because IE8 does not support CSS3 opacity (supposedly IE9 will support it). Instead, IE users currently will see a half-ass animated bar at the top of the page (which I put there to prove that it’s “working”). The clock still changes at the right time, but it won’t look as cool in IE.

Word Clock in action!

Keep an eye out because this will be coming to Android as well!