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Offline jacobnz

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[PSP APP] reviews
« on: April 04, 2008, 05:18:20 AM »
Ratings are out of 10, 10/10 is best.

[PSP APP] Coverflow
We've had this before, the perpective looks incorrect like it still needs some work.
The Coverflow interface Idea doesn't appeal to me at all, I prefer a list I can quickly flick through instead.
And the low power portion is already covered by lightMP3, which also has a better UI.

3/10


[PSP APP] Dow! 0.2 - Develop on the go
Coding on the PSP sounds like a moronic idea at best, but coding LUA? ugh, I think I'm going to be sick.
Atleast it didn't crash on me.

2/10


[PSP App] Emu Loader
Great, a menu for the PSP.
Good use of the psp font system though (sole reason this gets points).

4/10


[PSP APP] PSP-Maps
A poor mans version of Deniska's MapThis.
Works over wifi though (So you don't have to download all the maps ahead of time), both an advantage and a disadvantage.
Good use of the connect dialog. Scrolls smoothly etc.

6/10


[PSP APP] LightMP3 Version 2.0.0 BETA 1
Best MP3 player around.
Nuff' Said.

8/10


[PSP APP] Multi Tasker
Like SG57 says, Irrlicht example 9.
Mouse on PSP is a bad idea, I hope less apps do so.
Not sure why I'd want to view 3d models on a psp.

4/10


[PSP APP] VisMP3 Media Library / Visualizer
Pretty, but I don't watch my psp when I play MP3s.

6/10


[PSP APP] Academic Aid Scholastic Suite 6 R769 - Education
I thought we go to school to learn how to do this stuff, not to learn how to use a calculator. ;)
Nifty app though, not too useful for me.

7/10


[PSP APP] AIO Tuner
No, just No.
We do not need another program that plays sounds when you press the buttons.

1/10


[PSP APP] 3D GDS
Have had a twiddle with this library, looks fairly usable.
Hard to rate libraries till you've messed with them for a long while.

4/10


[PSP APP] CTorrentPSP - Torrent client for PSP
I've used CTorrentPSP to leach down some MP3s when not near a computer, a true life saver!
Combine with PSPFiler so you can move files around after you've downloaded them.
This will be on my PSP for a long time.

10/10

Top 5:
1. CTorrentPSP - Torrent client for PSP
2. LightMP3 Version 2.0.0 BETA 1
3. Academic Aid Scholastic Suite 6 R769 - Education
4. VisMP3 Media Library / Visualizer
4. PSP-Maps

Offline bumuckl

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2008, 12:08:44 AM »
lol I dont understand where's your Problem with LUA or my app...Coding C/C++ on the PSP is not possible anyway(compiling?)...so LUA is a good and easy way to create applications...looks like u didnt try the entries at all...
« Last Edit: April 05, 2008, 02:48:47 PM by bumuckl »

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2008, 02:49:46 PM »
oh I'm sorry...

Offline ai3gtmc

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2008, 10:02:48 AM »
Ratings are out of 10, 10/10 is best.


[PSP APP] AIO Tuner
No, just No.
We do not need another program that plays sounds when you press the buttons.

1/10



HI I don't think you understand the purpose of this application.
This is used for tuning instruments not playing with them.
Please Review more carefully. your review sounds a lil harsh.
I don't know if this is useful to you but this is useful to alot of people.

and you said "We do not need another program" as far as i know this is the first tuner for psp i have ever seen(correct me if im wrong)

So this applications is not just another program.
just look at some applications (not pointing here at the compo) they got like 100's but does the same thing.

Offline bumuckl

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2008, 03:46:02 PM »
Yeah u see...absolutely unreliable...looks like he has not tested any of the entries...

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2008, 10:46:10 AM »
I hope they have official judges...

Offline jacobnz

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #6 on: April 10, 2008, 05:21:38 AM »
@bumuckl - Have you tried coding anything serious using Dow! ?
Try recoding Dow, using Dow. You will get frustrated in no time.
Typing on the PSP just isn't fun, considering how much typing you need to do to code something worthwhile, I declare this program not useful.

@ai3gtmc - Guitar Tuner: http://www.neoflash.com/forum/index.php/topic,3025.0.html

If your app took sound input using one of the microphone devices for PSP and compared that to the expected noise.... then I would be impressed ;-)

Offline bumuckl

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Re: [PSP APP] reviews
« Reply #7 on: April 10, 2008, 10:14:56 PM »
Yeah, you're right...but the way u had mentioned it before was a bit confusing...anyway, it's version 0.2...that means it is not complete and finished at all...