Time Baby v8c for the PSP: now with better color changer
January 3, 2008
Art has recently announced the release of Time Baby v8c. If you’re not familiar with the program, it is a talking alarm clock which also functions as a heart rate monitor. Various changes were implemented to the program including a better color changer and bug fixes
Want to find out exactly what’s new in this version of Time Baby? Check out the full article.
Homebrew developer Art dropped by our forums to announce that he has just updated Time Baby to version 8c. In case you missed our previous coverage of the program, it is a talking graphic clock and a heart rate monitor. The application is also capable of providing information on sunrise and sunsets as well as moon phases.
The developer implemented a few code fixes and a better color changer inspired by the Amiga Workbench OS in Time Baby v8c. He also mentioned that this version isn’t as choppy as previous releases.
Here’s the complete change log as taken from the program’s documentation:
Improved Colour Changer screen allows smoother control, and greater range of colours.
Code fix to keep solar monitor working in world time clock mode.
Various code fixes.
Those who plan on downloading Time Baby v8c should read the documentation included with the compressed file to avoid any problems. That said, you might want to check out the video of Art testing the application’s solar monitor.