BattClock Development Comes to an End; Version 3.8.2 is Final
All good things must eventually come to an end and for owners of Windows Mobile phones, this is something that has happened to them recently.
The popular BattClock app had an update to 3.8.2 a few days ago and that’s when the app maker, who is XDA Recognized Developer ZuinigeRijder announced that it would be the app’s final version and that development will be stopped.
Here is part of his statement:
I thank everyone supporting me and for the donations I got. But now is the time to really stop development for Windows Mobile and focus on HTML5. I can spent my scarce free time only once, especially because I am developing software as a professional as a full time paid job. That is where I earn my money
Hope you keep enjoying the *free* BattClock and if you also move away of Windows Mobile phone you will remember/miss BattClock as a very cool Swiss Knife App
Anyone who wants to read the full statement can here in its original thread, where you can also get more information on the BattClock app if you happen to still have a Windows Mobile phone.
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