четверг, 8 декабря 2011 г.

Snow Clock widgets

Our new application is just another clock widget. But it is not ordinary clock. This clock are developed especially for Christmas holydays. Falling snowflakes will remind user about winter even if he is on the far south and can't see real snow.

Besides inhabitants of tropical countries it is useful for those who live in Moscow, Russia: it is eighth of december already but we hadn't seen snow yet. The widget will deliver you holiday mood and will be a good decoration of your homescreen.

The full version has a configuration page where you can set the framerate and choose a number of snowflakes (from three up to twenty).

Free version always works with the lowest framerate and a number of snowflakes is only two.


Widgets with artificial horizons

Recently we have released four interesting widgets. They simulate artificial horizons from different airplanes.

The first one, Warthog Horizon, is a copy of small auxiliary indicator of A-10C "Warthog" multifunctional displays. It does not show angles accurate but can help a pilot to understand plane's attitude without shifting his gaze from targeting pod to main artificial horizon.


The second one is a simplified copy of a main attitude indicator of US NAVY tactical fighter F/A-18C Hornet.


F-15E Strike Eagle artificial horizon is more advanced version than Hornet has.Strike Eagle has coloured displays and the instrument uses this advantage of fighter's hardware. The third our widget is a copy of this instrument.


And the fourth one is stylized on the Second World War indicator. P-39 Airacobra, P-40 Kitty Hawk and many other famous american airplanes were equipped by this instrument. As a prototype the widget has limits on 90 degrees of roll.

This widget is free of charge and price of others is less than one dollar per widget.