Peter Schneider

Dec 042012
 

When I was testing MyRangePro I had an idea:

Actually I can apply any number and sort of targets in a map.

Every Golf Player should think of “safety first!” while uncomfortable weather conditions. You need to know where all the flash protect cabins of a golf course are for reaching them in a short time. But you don’t have your birdy book at your fingertips every time, don’t you?

So it may be quite sensible to have a general view of all the flash protect cabins in this App.

When such a general view excists from the golf course I’m just playing, I only have to have a look on my iPhone to realize which cabin is the best for me to reach.

For my hometown golf course Hummelbachaue I detected all the cabins of the 9-hole-course last weekend. The cabins of the 18-hole-course I’ll do next week.

 

Dec 012012
 

A little longer than thought before, the development of MyRangePro is now going to be finished slowly but surely.

The first tests were successfully in progress. Now I can change to beta test phase. The mean thing missing is only the manual.

Actually I’m looking for some voluntary Golf Players to put the app to the acid test.

You only need an iPhone 3GS or newer or an iPod touch. (You may use your iPad too, but the appearance isn’t (still) optimized for it. If your device runs with IOS 5.1 or higher, you can go for it!

I use the test organisations software testflightapp.com and I made positive experience with it.

Here are some screenshots of MyRangePro:

 

 

 

Jul 132012
 

First xou don’t hear anything from Apple for 11 days.

Then Emails from Apple were popping up minute-by-minute :-)

Since friday, 07/13/2012 we’re in the Appstore.

Let’s have a party! ;-)

From now on I’ll try to implement all my ideas I wrote down the las few months.

Then the updates will be spreaded all over the world piece by piece. :-)

Jun 052012
 

I don’t have a clue about how to use an image processing programm.

Talent for painting I truly have not at all.

Instead of this, I have a nephew, he’s very talented for everything creative and good in handling software.

The result:

Isn’t Jakob an artist? I’m really thrilled!

This is the basic form of the app’s  icon. So I have a solution for the App Store’s graphic as well!

He also made the header of this site!

Thank you, Jakob :-)

I can only recommend you.

May 302012
 

Dank tatkräftiger Mithilfe von Matthias kann ich seit heute auf meinem iPhone schon eine Liste anzeigen:

Und natürlich habe ich gleich nachgemessen: Die Entfernungen stimmen :-) Die Genauigkeit hängt natürlich von der Anzahl der Satelliten ab, die aufgrund des aktuellen Wetters ihre Daten zu mir senden. ;-)

Wenn man auf die entsprechende Zeile tippt, kann man den Kartenausschnitt vom eigenen Standort bis zum gewählten Ziel inklusive der Entfernung in Meter sehen:

       

Ich kann die App also schon für mein Training nutzen. Das ging dann doch erheblich schneller, als erwartet.

Aber bis zum App Store ist es noch ein weiter Weg, da fehlt noch so einiges…