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Dshoe's Cube Timer App out now

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Dshoe's Cube Timer has been submitted to the app store and is waiting approval.

Cube Timer features:
-The ability to start the time after the release of the button, and to stop the time when the button is pressed for accurate times.
-A text box dedicated for setting an inspection time before a solve.
-A random scramble is generated before each solve.
-To generate a new scramble you can also shake your device.
-A table that records five solves and calculates your average time.
-A reset button that resets all times back to 00:00.00
-A plus 2 seconds button.


The app will go for 99 cents in the app store.

Happy Cubing!




 
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Remember turtlespwn from the QJ forums? *waves*
HIII! Such a small community :p since when do you cube?
Lucas Garron set the curse on me this summer at EPGY...since then I haven't been accomplishing a lot in the way of programming...well I guess lately I have been but for a good long while, not a chance
Wow nice, it's addicting to say the least haha. I haven't done a lot in programming either and quit the PSP programming scene, I have been focusing on my programming classes at school and just recently the iPhone SDK.

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first post updated with first screenshots
 
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I havent been in the PSP scene for a loooong time now but Ive been doing other things, as well as cubing ofc.
 
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There's also cubing timer. Which to be honest couldn't be improved very much.

But some suggestions I have are:

Make the buttons big enough to easily hit. But not too big to be accidently hit.

Calculate averages of 12 and 5, both current and best.

BLD mode that times both memorization and execution.
 
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There's also cubing timer. Which to be honest couldn't be improved very much.

But some suggestions I have are:

Make the buttons big enough to easily hit. But not too big to be accidently hit.

Calculate averages of 12 and 5, both current and best.

BLD mode that times both memorization and execution.
i added some screenshots to the first post, those buttons are gonna be very close to the final size, i am also working on the averages, and BLD will work like the regular mode as you can start the timer when you begin memorizing.
 
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