Author: Bob Fisch
Most prominent change is the driving screen now showing braking torque, with the bar extending to the left, and an aiming point for maximal motor based braking. This is more of a feed-forward instead of the old feed back system with the red Friction Braking (avoid) bar now for you to peruse.
And of course there were a couple of strange bugs and spelling errors that we fixed.
Today’s release contains, among others, a few serious bugfixes. In the previous versions switching between the different screens filled up the field request list, which slowed down considerably the entire application. This has now been solved.
Another feature that has been added is that Main, Technical and Experimental fragments can now be accessed by simply sliding the entire page to the left of the right. You may also notice some graphical improvements.
Last big change I want to point at is the new Tires activity where those of you who have TPMS installed can read out the actual pressure of the 4 wheels.
Version 1.06 (2015.11.29) is now online on Github and shortly in also available through the Google Play Store.
We are still working on the compatibility issues with the Kangoo and even got a request to check the Twizy. So a lot of work still in progress.
Also check the experimental section as we try to read out the tires pressure … for those of you that have sensors. Any feedback on this is highly appreciate as none of us has those sensors installed …
I should take notes about what changed since last week, but as I did not do that, I can’t tell you right now, but I’ll promise to do so next time 😉
Release Version 1.04 (2015.11.15) is ready and can now be downloaded from the Github releases page. As soon as Google has processed the updated publishing request, the new version should also be available in the Play Store.
Having received some comments about this, I want to stress that there will always be an APK of CanZE available as simple download. We do not plan to exclusively publish releases through the Google Play Store …