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    For Free: Andriod Developing Timer

    There are several of these, but I decided to write another one anyway.
    Link here.
    This one allows you to keep different film/development profiles stored
    for easy reference.
    And it has a "blackout" mode where nothing is displayed.
    Perfect for those doing tray development.
    Check it out and let me know what you think.

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    I'd love to try it out but I have AT&T...

    Dan

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    Well ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fotoguy20d View Post
    I'd love to try it out but I have AT&T...

    Dan
    My Android phone is on AT&T.

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    I'll take it off you. What else can I do with the free Android ?????

    Ian

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    I didn't realize AT&T had gone away from their policy of allowing nothing except what comes from their store. Downloading it now.

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    Congrats on your release (from a fellow programmer), this stuff aint easy!

    When/if you get a iOS version, please bump.

    Best, Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotoguy20d View Post
    I didn't realize AT&T had gone away from their policy of allowing nothing except what comes from their store. Downloading it now.
    AT&T has always allowed for downloads from Android Market.

    To the OP:

    I will download and give it a try..

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    That's brilliant! Thank you for posting and sharing. I like the blackout mode for sheet film developing.



 

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