No problem, glad to help. Keep in mind this works with all of our apps as well, and most of them are specifically tailored to the individual sport / activity. For example iKitesurf is great for kiters - and we have a huge announcement coming this week! Download any of our mobile apps for Android or iOS and the wind meter will work there. You can also view recent posts from other users in those apps... here is a screenshot:chirojoseph wrote:excellent points in your commentary Eduardo and THANK YOU RYAN for taking the time to answer our questions in this forum!! I suspected that perhaps a difference in hardware of the phones could have been the cause but now it makes PERFECT sense what you are saying about limits to the audiofonos being different in other countries..like a governor on a car..and I appreciate very much that you cleared that up for us.
I will communicate directly with your customer service people via your webpage or call using skype to try to set up an interchange of meters. As I stated earlier, I like the idea VERY much and I hope that future iterations of the APP software can allow the user to generate simple graphs of readings made in the same spot over time (every year I swear Im going to log the days kited, and days when I just measure wind and DONT kite..to generate some sort of tables/history of REAL readings and not just Windguru predictions...and of course I never do) ...perhaps youre already implementing this I have to admit I havent played with the options of uploading the readings since I knew they were not the true wind speeds. (due to my wussy headphone jack output I guess..jeje)
keep up the innovative work and GOOD WINDS!
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