The first version I downloaded was really buggy. I couldn't even add a game. And there were sections that crashed the app. Now, the update let's me appreciate the app on what it tries to achieve. I like the idea that you can make game sessions and it has maps for you to find. I look forward to using this on a regular basis.
Seems like a great way to find games nearby. Only issue I've had so far is the app becoming unresponsive when trying to edit my profile.
Has potential, needs more content (I'm not sure how the games list is generated, but it's extremely small). Needs more users, especially outside of the UK. Would be nice if there was a way to mark game session as online-based.
Good looking app that has only up to go. Can't wait to see the user base grow which is the hardest part for apps like this. The developers have some good ideas and I'll definitely be using it more in coming weeks. Edit: After using it a bit I've seen a few things that need ironing out but nothing deal breaking for me. 1. In signed it using Facebook and it logs me out every day. No biggie since I just sign right back in. 2. Session descriptions show on the nearby and list pages, but once you click the session the description is nowhere to be found! 3. Really needs an "other game" board game entry since the database isn't fully populated. This would really need the descriptions to be displayed though or else it would serve little purpose. 4. The app crashes when creating a session with the game at the top of the list. Luckily I don't play 4th Quarter Football so I'll be fine. 5. When creating a session after you choose a game initially, if you change the game the picture does not change. Despite the list seeming long, there's so much more to love with this app than there is wrong with it and I'll definitely keep using it!
I'm sure that Muster will eventually become a great app, especially as more people start to use it. However, the dealbreaker for me is having to sign in with Facebook. Signing in with social media accounts puts too much power in the hands of those services, and what about people who don't have or want a Facebook account? Good luck with the app, though!
A brilliant idea and a cool design. Only downsides are that it's missing a lot, and I mean A LOT, of games (doesn't even have Bolt Action?) so my games played/owned looks awful anemic compared to what it really is. Wish there was a way for us to submit games for the list so we can get more stuff covered.
- Privacy settings can now be found in "Links"
- Users with no games selected are now not shown on the map
- Added the 'beta' to splash screen
- Added over 18 disclaimer to login screen
- Fixed the 'Invite Player' feature to include link to website
- Removed ability to change profiles pictures and usernames
- Improved distance at which hexes merge on maps so they appear more uniformly
- Implemented the session name prompt
-Implemented image cropping for profile and sessions
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