☆☆☆ App is still supported!!! ☆☆☆
Widgets are customizable to display any values from your API.
Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Feathearcoin (FTC), Namecoin (NMC), Novacoin (NVC), Terracoin (TRC)... doesn't matter which cryptocurrency you are mining or which pool you are using. If your pool has a JSON API, you are ready to use PoolWatch.
Any bugreports are appreciated. If you have any suggestion/improvement advise, feel free to leave a comment.
• Open API that any mining software can adopt (currently supported by MultiMiner for Windows and Asteroid for Mac)
• Ability to monitor multiple machines and devices
• Icons make it easy to see which machines are offline, mining, and not mining
• Start, stop, and restart mining remotely
• Email and push notifications for offline machines, offline devices, and hot devices
It supports the new stratum protocol for mining.
Do not worry about the 15 mins refund time allowed by Google. If you are not satisfied with the application send me an email within 24 hours from purchasing and I will refund.
Please note that you can mine for other coins apart from bitcoins or litecoins. you just have to know which variant of the two is. For example, dogecoin is a variant of litecoin so you should select litetcoin on the radio button and specify the url for your dogecoin pool
if you are new to mining bitcoins then see the help section from menu.
If you do not have a mining pool account and you want to do a quick test of the application then you can test it using my pool account. select it from menu and hit start.
the mining engine used by the application is a port to Android of Pooler's open source cpuminer.
The application is an alternative to other similar applications to automate tasks, handle profiles, etc.: Tasker, AutomateIt, Llama, Locale, Profiles, ...
The application allows you to specify more than 130 event types and execute more than 80 action types; furthermore, all event and action types can be parameterized, making the app even more versatile, and its functionality may be expanded in the future.
E-Robot can handle events which are location-based, time-triggered, application-handled, and more.
- More than 130 parameterized event types (location-based, application-based, scheduling, ...)
- More than 80 parameterized action types
- Conditions can be used for both events and actions
- Variables and expressions
- Positioning is based on cells, geo coordinates or wi-fi networks
- Command execution can be event-triggered or manually using shortcuts
- Manual confirmation can be set for command execution
- Efficient operation, there is a Performance screen to check it
- Full backup and restore possibility
- History and Debug of command execution
- 3rd party support: Elixir 2 profile activation, Locale action plugins, Ipack icons
The wi-fi-based location detection is a perfect usage of the new "Scanning always available" feature of Android 4.4 even if wi-fi is disabled.
This free version contains ads but there is a Pro Key which hide ads and removes this restriction.
Languages: english, magyar, polski
In the "touch mode" the screen works as a touchpad. And thanks to the built in gestures, you can scroll, click by tapping or right-click performing a long press.
The "pointer mode" allows you to move your mouse by moving your phones in the air, similar to the Wii remote. This option is only available for phones with gyroscope capabilities (nexus s, galaxy S2, galaxy nexus, optimus 2x...)
Enjoy the Ultimate Control experience!
*download the receiver program from "www.negusoft.com/ucontrol"
**This is the ad supported versión of the "Ultimate Mouse" app
Every year NASA hosts a robotics competition where University students design, build and compete with robotic excavators. The NASA Robotic Mining Competition spreads awareness of the potential for space mining while encouraging innovative concepts to achieve the goal.
With this game you can share in the experience from the comfort of your own home: test your bot on the beach, partake in the competition, and maybe even see your rover launched to space and learn how mining can benefit space missions.
Give us feedback and help create a fun, educational simulator to support the vision of mankind in space.
Visit http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/centers/kennedy/technology/nasarmc.html to learn more about the competition itself.
NASA's Fourth Annual Lunabotics Mining Competition is a university-level competition designed to engage and retain students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). NASA will directly benefit from the competition by encouraging the development of innovative lunar excavation concepts from universities which may result in clever ideas and solutions which could be applied to an actual lunar excavation device or payload.
The challenge is for students to design and build an excavator, called a Lunabot, that can mine and deposit a minimum of 10 kilograms of lunar simulant within 10 minutes. The complexities of the challenge include the abrasive characteristics of the BP-1, the weight and size limitations of the Lunabot, and the ability to telerobotically or autonomously control the Lunabot from a remote mission control center.
This year the scoring for the mining category will not be based primarily on the amount of material excavated in the allowed time but instead will require teams to consider a number of design and operation factors such as dust tolerance and projection, communications, vehicle mass, energy/power required, and level of autonomy.