Hurricane Tracker application for Android? Please create.

by Adrian123 » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 03:42:45 GMT


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 Hello, i was wondering why no one has created a hurricane tracking app
for android similar to the one from kitty code.Can someone put one
together? thanks

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Hurricane Tracker application for Android? Please create.

by Jeff » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 07:05:06 GMT


 The rumor is that Android 1.6 will have flash support.  We definitely
know that the HTC hero has flash support.  Either case, with flash
support you can just use a web site like stormpulse.com



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Hurricane Tracker application for Android? Please create.

by Felipemnoa » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 09:41:09 GMT


 Flash support will be very nice indeed. I'll be able to use Hulu!





The rumor is that Android 1.6 will have flash support.  We definitely
know that the HTC hero has flash support.  Either case, with flash
support you can just use a web site like stormpulse.com



Hello, i was wondering why no one has created a hurricane tracking app
for android similar to the one from kitty code.Can someone put one
together? thanks




      

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