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 Posted: Thursday May 24th, 2012 09:08 pm
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We deal with a number of different items of manufacturers equipment and are now seeing some excellent apps come into the market place.

I give the RAKO app as a classic example.

I think that Cytech would do well to take a look at this app in particular, as I believe that the level of graphics and ease of functional set up are excellent and not wishing to sound negative but I think the current comfort iphone app needs to be continually evolving in order to keep up with current trends.



 Posted: Tuesday May 29th, 2012 07:25 am
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Thanks for the feedback
At the moment we are working on Android tablet and phone apps, then the iPad

Perhaps the graphics may be improved but Comfort app is at least very easy to use and functional. There is no setup except for entry of IP addresses and upload of cclx file and no programming required?



 Posted: Sunday Jun 3rd, 2012 01:16 am
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Actually was thinking perhaps the app could add
More general info such as system time and date, sunset/sunrise
Time etc?



 Posted: Sunday Jun 3rd, 2012 02:47 am
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Actually was thinking perhaps the app could add More general info such as system time and date, sunset/sunrise Time etc?

Why would this information be useful on iPhone?

It seems like it would be too much information for a normal iPhone user



 Posted: Sunday Jun 3rd, 2012 08:22 am
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Just an example I suppIDE but for back from a week away the other day and noticed my sunset macro had not worked ( I see is inset flagged On/off via an scs output) and had to manually activate it! Just would have been nice to be able to see if the time in comfort was correct easily enough, perhaps even just the system time displayed in the info screen would be handy!



 Posted: Sunday Jun 3rd, 2012 12:45 pm
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I agree system time and date displayed on the iPhone is a good idea



 Posted: Wednesday Jun 6th, 2012 12:20 pm
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"We deal with a number of different items of manufacturers equipment and are now seeing some excellent apps come into the market place.

I give the RAKO app as a classic example.

I think that Cytech would do well to take a look at this app in particular, as I believe that the level of graphics and ease of functional set up are excellent and not wishing to sound negative but I think the current comfort iphone app needs to be continually evolving in order to keep up with current trends.
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Pretty graphics are good, but in my opinions, better to have simple and fast operation and setup
You dont want distracted by graphics and colours. when you use it on daily basis, it does not matter much



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