MySunset Road Map

Current Status: Android is live! iOS is awaiting app store review.
Upcoming Tentative Dates
  • October 2017 – Android widget
Release History
  • June 26, 2017 – Release 1.0!
  • June 8, 2017 – Beta 0.3.1:
    • Notifications! Get a notification sent to your phone when the sunrise or sunset will be great. To enable, add a location on the locations screen and then go to “Configure Alerts” under the options.
    • Smooth Scrolling
    • Performance improvements
  • May 22, 2017 – Beta 0.2.10:
    • Offline support for the Locations screen. Sunrise and sunset qualities will load cached data when offline.
    • UI changes in preparation for Notifications (Locations screen)
  • April 28, 2017 – Beta 0.2.7:
    • Configure the opacity of the map overlay
  • April 19, 2017 – Beta 0.2
    • Added city name for Current Location (Locations tab)
    • Added upgrade for no ads
    • Added sunrise/sunset times to locations tab
  • April 7, 2017 – Beta 0.1

2 Replies to “MySunset Road Map”

  1. I purchased the app to encourage you to keep going. I have wanted something like this for years and was too lazy to try it myself although I have the background. This app will allow me to drink more beer šŸ™‚ On days you predict poor sunset I can relax. I have watched 1,000s of near miss sunsets over the years. Now, hopefully I will have the odds in my favour. Thank You.
    I loaded it onto my Samsung s7 and it worked flawlessly, although untill it encourages me to go try a sunset/sunrise I won’t know if sunsetWX data really works.
    On my LG tablet the format is portrait and the text box doesn’t pop up the keyboard when adding a location. Tablets may be on your to do list but I thought I would mention it.
    Carry on!

    1. Thank you so much for your support Bob! Sorry this comment is a little late, I’m still figuring out the website šŸ™‚
      I’m glad you’re enjoying the app. I’m currently working on the ability to send notifications, so you won’t even have to open the app to know when a great one is coming.
      As far as the data quality from sunsetWx, I’ve found it to be very good, but I think it also depends on where you are (since weather patterns are so different near the ocean, inland, etc). For me, it tends to be more pessimistic than reality. So if it says 80%, there’s a really good chance it’ll be good!
      I’ll definitely look into the tablet issue, thanks for letting me know. Happy shooting!

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