Useful, simple, works great I would always hate showing up to a CS lab and finding every terminal taken! Also I don't have to pull up a list of hosts on Google now when i want to ssh. This apps simple design is clutter free, and quickly gives me information I now use daily.
Must Have Indispensable for any UTCS student whether you use the labs or not: this makes finding an unused SSH host a breeze as well. Excellent app.
Pure Genius. I downloaded this app thinking, "Wow. How can a team this small pull off something so big?". But I can now say in full certainty that this is the single greatest app ever created. My hopes were high, and rightfully so, as the whole world was waiting for an app just like this. I have used this app over 40 times since I downloaded it. I think I am literally addicted to UTCS Heatmap. It was flawlessly executed and I believe it will truly change the way people use their mobile devices.
Even better than I imagined Especially useful during this last week when everyone is working on things. Also good for choosing a relatively idle host for remote login. Would download again.
You mean there are labs on campus?!
A must for Every UTCS student My life changed for the better because of this app. I once was a wanderer with very little to live for. Every day was the same, I never knew which CS lab on campus I should use. Then one day while I was moseying about in some two bit bar west of the Guadalupe, I heard in passing. "...UTCS heatmap, it works wonders". I hopped on the first bus back to campus and downloaded the app before I got to my stop. My hands were shaking, this was it, I was finally going back to the top and getting direction to my life. The simple clean and intuitive app is great and I finished my degree in average time.
Updated ENS1 with new computer names.
Changed the name to 'UTCS Labmap' because 'Heatmap' doesn't make sense.
Fixed errors from fixing errors.
The UTCS->print(); app enables you to print documents from your Android phone to certain printers. These printers require authentication.
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