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|08-22-2013 07:02 AM|
Great news!! We had a load of requests for the app to include a list where you could track the tricks you were working on and tick off when you progress and eventually master a trick. Well, we went ahead and did that for you and updated the app this morning - our Android variant of the app also has this feature added.
We also added Facebook connect, so when you master a trick, Facebook will ask if you want to post it to your wall automatically, so your buddies can see your progress (and try and keep up). Pretty cool
We have a few other updates coming soon, ready for the new '14 season, so stay tuned.
As always, feedback very welcome!!!!
|08-22-2013 06:50 AM|
|h4m0||Thanks for the update|
|04-11-2013 01:39 PM|
Great news !! The App is finally available on Android - you can find it here:
The original iPhone app is also 50% off to celebrate this (www.ustomp.co.uk/app)
The Android App comes with some cool new features, such as the ability to tick off new tricks as you begin to learn them and finally master them. The next update will also bring the potential to "share" your tricks with your friends on Facebook etc.
As always, we really appreciate your feedback and hope you enjoy the Android version that you have been requesting for so long.
|02-19-2013 02:58 PM|
Thank you Donutz and all the kind people who have offered to test the Android version of the App.
I expect to have a final version, with some nice improvements over the current iOS app ready in a few days for you guys, so I expect to be in touch.
Of course, improvements will also be coming to iOS, with some new graphics, checklist features and hopefully the ability to "share" tricks you landed with your friends :P (bragging rights 2.0)
|02-07-2013 02:36 PM|
|Donutz||I have a Samsung Galaxy and I've been waiting for the android version to come out. I'll be happy to play-test if you need another.|
|02-07-2013 01:29 PM|
Originally Posted by SB4L View Post
I will keep everyone posted here on the progress of the Droid version. Let me know if you are still keen to be involved in the project in a few weeks as I will have something nearly complete by then.
|02-07-2013 08:38 AM|
I'd be interested in trying out the Android version once you get a stable copy. I am just starting out in learning how to code apps myself so could even so bug testing for you in the future if you need anyone.
Keep us posted on the Android version!
|02-06-2013 05:02 PM|
Just to update you:
1) We had a bug in the last version where surface/air tricks caused the phone to crash or vibrate as one user on this forum actually pointed out. This has now been fixed. The app is now seamless!
2) We added a new Rodeo 540 video and a couple of new trick tips.
Thanks for the good bug spot and constructive feedback, especially miles1717. Useful feedback like that has helped us become one of the best rated and most downloaded snowboarding apps out there!
Happy Riding all.
|01-24-2013 02:45 PM|
|Clayton Bigsby||AlpineReply is pretty cool, avg mph, top speed, distance traveled, time riding vs stopped, outline of each run and even airtime|
|01-24-2013 01:12 PM|
Good news guys/girls... for all those who have been asking (and it's been a lot of you), we finally got round to making the Android version of this app.
Work is due to start next week, and it will be exactly the same as the iPhone app, with a couple of cool new features, such as a checklist of all the tricks, where you can store your status with that trick, such as "Stomped", "Working on it", or just "Unattempted"... So you can keep track and share with your friends what tricks you have got dialled in.
Not too sure when it will be out, but we will keep you posted.
Thanks again for all the great feedback on this forum, it has been very useful in guiding the app forward as it develops.
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