HKWarnings Push Notification Settings Demo (iPad)

How to set Push Notification settings in HKWarnings (iPad)

  • Switch push notifications on or off
  • Set a quiet time for push notifications – during this period you will not receive push notifications alerts
  • Select only the warnings you want to receive

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Hmmmm – I’m not very happy with the compression they seem to do on Vimeo.

This link might work for a better version. Or go here and click download.

HKWarnings v2.1 Submitted To Apple

There were quite a few items I skipped to get v2.0 out into the wild, so I’ve quickly developed v2.1 to address some of the things missed. Coming soon:

iPhone and iPad
[NEW] Weather forecast popover/screen
[NEW] Special weather tip popover/screen
[FIX] Chinese fixes
[FIX] Memory usage improvements
[FIX] Bug fixes
[FIX] Fixed currency code on in-app purchase screen

[FIX] iPhone now rotates properly (still portrait only though)

[NEW] Rainfall and wind (speed, direction, gusts)
[NEW] Radar images are larger
[NEW] Added a legend popover for the radar screen
[NEW] Added time label to top of radar screen
[NEW] Removed Special Weather Tip from main menu
[FIX] Typhoon mode works for sat/radar, weather forecast, special tip, rain, wind
[FIX] Localised UV to Chinese
[FIX] Fixed TC track image width
[FIX] Reduced memory usage
[FIX] URL loading crasher
[FIX] In-app purchase product loading crasher

HKWarnings v2.0 – Now For iPad

After months of work, HKWarnings v2.0 is now a Universal iPhone/iPod/iPad app and is now ready for download.

The iPad version shows the warnings, plus current weather, radar and satellite images and has links to other weather agency typhoon tracks. Click on the “Menu” button. And maybe on the “heart” icon?

IMPORTANT NOTE: HKWarnings now only runs on devices running iOS 5.0 or greater. If you are running iOS 4.x, iTunes will not let you upgrade, but if you have, for example, two devices, one running 5.0+ and one running 4.x, if you upgrade on the 5.0+ device, when you next sync your 4.x device, HKWarnings will be removed from the 4.x device. This is an iTunes ‘feature’ I’m afraid.

Other screenshots below. User guide coming soon…

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