I’ve been on a roll with reviewing these iPhone and iPod Touch applications lately. There seem to be more everyday and each is a little different. Some provide custom timer options, others limit you to specified choices. How does Tea Timer by Decane fare?
This application is the sibling application of “Tasting Notes”. But in the case of “Tea Tasting Notes” from App Shop, LLC… I’m seriously disappointed.
Ahhh, software. Always the promise of making our lives easier, and always the worry that it won’t. In the case of “Tasting Notes” from App Shop, LLC… I’m mixed.
I’ve been watching the hits for months, tracking when traffic waxes and wanes during the weeks and have come to one overriding fact… I get less traffic on Mondays than most any other day of the week.
After quite a lot of thought on these and other worries I have finally decided that some visual advertising may actually be helpful for this site. My primary mission is to expose visitors such as yourself to more tea and tea flavors and brands than they may have had access to before.
I have pushed back today’s scheduled post on the “Tasting Notes” application for the iPhone and iPod Touch in order to bring you updates on a number of topics I’ve noted on earlier occasions.
“Tea Time!” isn’t an altogether bad application, but I can’t say it meets the needs of the tea enthusiast. Though it does come closer than My Tea Timer, it still has some fixing up to do.
There are several “Tea Timers” which I’ve run into on the iTunes AppStore. My Tea Timer is the first of my encounters.