In an entirely unexpected and atypical burst of productivity, the updated universal version of Almanac was submitted to the app store over the weekend and resuming Lifemodel, which had been put aside, I found it almost complete and have added the missing bits.
Providing the testing doesn’t uncover any egregious errors it should be submitted by the weekend.
In sharp contrast to Almanac, which has four selectable interfaces with lots of graphic elements, it has very little artwork. There is considerably more code and it is very calculation intensive but should be a small, quick loading app. This means that the splash screens which pop up while it is loading are only visible briefly and may not be noticed at all.
That gives the opportunity, for those afflicted by the imp of the perverse like me, to be a little playful with the images used. I have therefore picked one of my favourite local pictures as the landscape screen. I don’t suppose anyone will notice it in the app, so here it is.