Nov 212013

I’ve just published my second Android App !
Again, for Perth Drivers, this time it’s a simple list of today’s multanova locations

At the moment, it’s very simple but I’m planning on building more features as I go along.
It updates daily from the WA Police website, and allows you to touch the location to search it on Google Maps.

You can get it from the play store

Hopefully I can get some feed back from users of this app ! 🙂

Jan 012013

I’ve just updated the GUI for Perth Traffic Updates Plus
It now also features a feed from the Main Roads website direct, rather than going through Get The Bigger Picture.
From the main screen, under Today’s Alerts a section called ‘Updates from Main Roads’ has been added.

I’m looking for some feedback for this app, so if you’re from Perth, and comment on this post, ensure that your email is in the comments form and I will send you a free copy of the paid app in exchange for some feedback, whether negative or positive.

Dec 302012

Hey Everyone

I almost have 100 downloads on my free version of Perth Traffic Updates which is fantastic !
I have only had a couple of purchases on my paid app though, but I’m looking for some feedback and/or feature requests on what to put into the paid app.
If anyone submits a reasonable request and/or provides feedback for the paid app, I will be giving them the paid version of the app for free !
Just email me the feedback or request and we can go from there.

Nov 232012

Hey everyone,

I’m very excited to announce that I’ve just published my first Android application – Perth Traffic Updates.
It’s an application that allows users to quickly check if there are any traffic incidents that may affect them.
It gets the data from the website The Bigger Picture.

Hopefully some users will start downloading it and give me some feedback, so if you’re reading this AND you’re in Perth, please have a look. Any feedback, positive or negative, hopefully constructive will be very appreciated.

Thanks for reading !

Jun 262012

If you have a spare Android phone lying around, you can turn it into an IP camera very easily.
There’s an App on the play store called – surprisingly – IP Camera.
This app allows you to view the phone’s camera as if it was an IP camera.
Once installed, you can use the Tinycam App mentioned in this post to view the camera from afar.
To view it, just enter in the phones address with the port and /videofeed appended into the Edit JPEG image address and you will be able to view the webcam. e.g.