This is a discussion on Track light - colored notification lights in succession within the Nexus One Application Discussion forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by WERA689 It's called Light Flow in the market. The QR code in the OP will take you to the lite version. It's ...
twidroyd: Shouldn't be a problem. Do you think it would make sense to combine this with the twitter section already in there? As there's two possibilities here.
Select twitter - and it monitors for notifications from twitter and twidroyd, or have two separate sections one for twitter and one for twidroyd.
Just to keep you updated. I'm looking into the possibility of adding:
* twidroyd - now that you've asked for it
* Text-to-speech option when in test mode so it tells you which notification type is being displayed - handy for devices without the great range of colors available on the nexus one.
Before looking into these I may have a few evenings off! Unless the urge is too strong!
This app is just amazing, no root needed. Where was i when this was launched. Thanks... Just bought it.
Writing an app that runs 24x7 on my phone does make me a little paranoid. I find myself checking the phone all the time, just to make sure the trackball is (or isn't) flashing when it should be!
Quick note to all.
If you like the app and are using it, any ratings / comments in the market are greatly appriciated. It helps get the app higher up the lists and hopefully more noticed.
Of course if you don't like it, don't leave a comment, just post here instead!
I also just put up a 5-star rating. Thanks again, Andrew! I've been waiting almost a year for something like this, and you NAILED it!
Neat ! Pretty good work thumbs up
*Posted from my sweet rooted Nexus One via hitn'yak
Sadly I've tried to get some kind of disco effect, but it just won't play ball. If I set the on/off interval to a quicker time it actually slows down the nexus lights. If I try to cut short one color to change to another - it just get's ignored. I've one more idea to try, but I'm not hopeful.