Time Baby v14c – added GPS sensitive world time feature
Homebrew developer Art dropped by the QJ.NET forums to give everyone a sneak peek into what’s next for Time Baby, the multi-functional clock application for the PSP. Version 14c now allows your PSP to determine the local time anywhere in the world by using the GPS data gathered from a world time zone map. You can view a video of Time Baby in action by clicking on the “read more” link below.
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With just a little over a week since the last update of Time Baby, developer Art once again impresses everyone with another speedy upgrade to this multi-functional clock application for the Sony PlayStation Portable.
There was only one major addition featured in this build of Time Baby. Version 14c now allows your PSP to determine the local time anywhere in the world by using the GPS data gathered from a world time zone map.
Art called the newest addition more of a “programming exercise” rather than a practical feature. We most certainly have to agree with him when he said that it would definitely come in handy for the survivors of Oceanic flight 815.
Unfortunately, the program itself still isn’t available for download as of this article’s writing. However, Art was able to give a sneak peek of Time Baby v14c through a video of it in action. While we’re still waiting for the actual download, why don’t you check out the neat new feature found in the latest version of Time Baby found below.
You can also discuss Time Baby v14c by visiting QJ.NET’s PSP Development forum and chat it up with the developer. In any case, we hope Art gets around to finishing this nifty app so that everyone can appreciate it on their PSP handhelds.