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Author Archives: Icarus
The award winning Golden Hour website is now available as a Universal app on iPhone and iPad so you can take the sun with you wherever you go. This high quality application gives you comprehensive data on the sun for … Continue reading
To complement the original Golden Hour website, we now have this extra site for users of the iPhone and iPad application. We’ve also taken the decision to retire the old blog and so you may have noticed that the posts … Continue reading
Version 2 of Golden Hour is now in store and as a special treat for all you iPad owners out there as the application is now completely iPad compatible and has a great new interface to take advantage of all … Continue reading
To celebrate Easter, I’m pleased to announce that Golden Lite is now available in the app store. This is a free version of our full Golden Hour application that allows you to try out most of the features of the … Continue reading
It has just been reported to us that the auto-location is sending some people half way around the world, for which huge apologies – a bug fix release is hours away. For historic reasons some parts of the the astronomy … Continue reading
I’m delighted to say that the iPhone version of the golden hour is now available in the app store worldwide. http://itunes.com/apps/goldenhour Over the coming weeks I’ll be upgrading the website to use some of the new features from the application … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that the Golden Hour iPhone application is now in testing and should be available in the Apple Store in early April 2010. The application has been designed to work WITHOUT needing network access and will run … Continue reading
Welcome all you digital goddess fans! I see the site has just been featured as Kim Komando’s cool site of the day so I’d just like to say thanks and I hope you enjoy the site. Bookmark on Delicious Digg … Continue reading
Apologies folks. It seems that today www.golden-hour.com has become so popular that my hosting provider has had to intervene and take the service offline. Seems odd in that it was handling more traffic when Canon kindly published it in their newsletter, … Continue reading