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New Versions of Cloud1 for Android

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We will be issuing an update of Cloud1 for Android later today.

It has a bug fix for the GPS null exception.

Also you can now have markers of 6 different colours. potentially you can have more markers for different things so if you have any ideas let us know.

At some point this week we will add a function to allow you to import markers from other sources via kml files.

We are also offering an online help desk facility, free to Cloud1 for windows users and at a nominal fee of £30 a year for anyone else, there is no obligation and we are keeping the phone version of Cloud1 for Android free for the foreseeable future.

 

We will be releasing a tablet version of Cloud1 for Android soon, there will be a charge on android market for this unfortunately, mainly because there just aren't enough Android tablets out there for it to be viable any other way.

 

Regards

 

John

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There were a couple of bugs in version 1.3.3.3 so make sure you have 1.3.3.4

which is now available on Market. We are looking to consolidate this version so please try this version in anger and tell us where it breaks. We have had it out in the field today and so far so good. Also keep the suggestions coming.

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OK the latest version is out. We had thought it was going to be about a week before we had this bit ready but here it is. You can take a photo and it labels it according to client-site-asset name, in a special folder.

 

Regards

 

John

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New Update Out, thanks to every who has contacted us so far we are one step closer to achieving our goal, the latest update is available and you can now import a .csv file. This means you can load data points from nearly all GIS systems, I can actually think of one which wont export a .csv file. If you feel we have missed any fields then let us know and we will see what we can do.

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There will be an Update released for Cloud1 Android later today. You will be able two add two, 15 point polygons or lines to each file, So you can designate a risk zone and then add the trees to it as an example. We are running another training day on the 26th April, somewhere close to Standsted or Luton, for people who might want to come from Scotland or Europe on a cheap flight. Will confirm details later today.

 

Regards John

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Hello, is a venue confirmed? Also will price be the same as for the oxford one just passed? What exactly will be covered? Thank you...

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Latest Version of Cloud1 for Android has been added to Google Market.

 

You can add polygons and lines, and add assets without a mapping point, where appropriate. You can't load them from a csv file just at the moment, we are working on that.

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