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David Smith
Independent iOS developer. Independent in general.
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David Smith Jan 18
Replying to @kylesethgray
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David Smith Jan 18
This week’s Under the Radar begins a two week crash course in the logistics and practicalities of starting an indie business. Overcast: YouTube:
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David Smith Jan 12
Replying to @fjellander
Oh, woah, that is definitely a bug. I’ll investigate, thanks for letting me know.
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David Smith Jan 12
Replying to @filmboy
Sorry about that, you can trim the night if you select it in the iPhone app. But yeah, there is certainly a better process than this for detecting overly long nights.
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David Smith Jan 11
Replying to @m4ttrob @Strava
Hmm, maybe but not often. There are a few situations I’ve had to work around where it takes a while to get a the first sample or occasionally the permission gets reset/not-synced, could one of those be it?
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David Smith Jan 10
Replying to @doofusdavid
Do you mean share like a workout summary in pictoral form or share the workout data? The data is all in Health app, so anything that can read that can read from W++.
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David Smith Jan 9
Replying to @tony_martinez
It doesn’t, at least not directly. All of its data is stored in the Health app. I believe there are a variety of ways to get data from there into Strava but Workouts++ itself is entirely focused on the Health side of things.
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David Smith Jan 9
Replying to @peds48
That is a custom thing I wrote to make sure that if anything goes funny in the middle that the data isn’t ever lost.
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David Smith Jan 9
Replying to @jjlsetter
Probably an Indoor Walk would be the best. I’m not 100% sure how well it would capture that kind of motion but my gut says that would be most effective.
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David Smith Jan 9
Replying to @seanndaly
Not yet, but it is something I’m investigating.
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David Smith Jan 8
Replying to @agiletortoise
Yup, that side of things is a nightmare. I wish it would show a placeholder or something to let the user know why the app isn’t there anymore.
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David Smith Jan 8
Replying to @agiletortoise
I’ve been quite happy with the overall rate of watchOS adoption since 4.0. It seem like they changed how aggressively they push it now and so even the point updates are getting there eventually. Was waaay slower before.
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David Smith Jan 4
Replying to @pmfahey
Along the lines of pace for every mile or similar?
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David Smith Jan 4
Replying to @rodydavis
Hmm, that is odd, it is clearly getting the distances for the speed calculations but not the summary. I’ll take a look.
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David Smith Jan 4
Replying to @d3m0m
It is mostly that the processing headroom means that I can try and do more on the Watch than I currently can. More realtime analysis, more dynamic displays, that kind of thing.
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David Smith Jan 4
Also, seeing around a 50/50 split between LTE and non-LTE Series 3’s, though who knows how many of those actually have service plans or not.
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David Smith Jan 4
It’s so great to see the Series 3 Apple Watch overtake the Series 0 after all the Christmas watches start to get used. Now at 28% in my stats. It allows for so many more possibilities than earlier models.
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David Smith Dec 21
Replying to @jmastrom
Now Playing app, tap side(long) button on side. Turn up in there then return to W++. Unfortunately I have no control on volume 😔
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David Smith Dec 21
Replying to @bob_burrough
Last full day, so likely 12/20/2017 if you just pulled it
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David Smith Dec 21
Replying to @Kosikutioner
Hmm, that is probably the feed update intervals. I think they are more often for Feedly than I have been able to reasonably manage.
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