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Im posting this here

 

s it compliments comments above

 

iffy off-topic :

 

I have a new Popper coffee roster

 

Ill post my thought after i do a few roasts elewhere

 

I saw this at the end of the instructions :

 

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note the last comment .  put a smile on my face .  no WiFi nor bluetooth.

 

 firmware needs no update .

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43 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

iPadOS 15 addressed my primary plaint

Which was Jo?

 

I use the iPhone app. It's not great but it does the job. Is there an advantage to using the IPad version?

 

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1 hour ago, FlashJack said:

Which was Jo?

 

I use the iPhone app. It's not great but it does the job. Is there an advantage to using the IPad version?

 

 

 

Anova is too cheap to write a native iPad app.  Until now the iPhone app on my iPad displayed upside down.  With iPadOS 15 I can force the anova app to display right side up.

 

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19 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

too cheap to write a native iPad app

That is cheap.

 

I installed the IPad app thinking that if it's JNW-approved it's worth a try. Not so.

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10 minutes ago, FlashJack said:

That is cheap.

 

I installed the IPad app thinking that if it's JNW-approved it's worth a try. Not so.

 

Where did you find an anova iPad app?  I just rechecked the apple app store and I sure couldn't find one.

 

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Sorry, Jo, to get your hopes up.

 

When I read your post I checked the app store from my iPad and installed what popped up in search. It is, as you say, the IPhone app running on the iPad. At least it's right way up.

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1 hour ago, FlashJack said:

Sorry, Jo, to get your hopes up.

 

When I read your post I checked the app store from my iPad and installed what popped up in search. It is, as you say, the IPhone app running on the iPad. At least it's right way up.

 

Admittedly the app is not the greatest, but why do you feel not worth a try?

 

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1 hour ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

why do you feel not worth a try?

Hi Jo. I've not been clear: I've been happily running the app on my iPhone. It's good enough. After you mentioned an improvement to the app on the iPad I installed the app on my iPad. It is, as you say, disappointing that the app is not iPad native.

 

We're stuck with it until Anova releases an API. I'm not holding my breath.

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