Complexity Zoo for iPad 1.3.0

Version 1.3.0 is available in the AppStore. Now, complexity garden and glossary are added as offline contents.

In Version 1.2.6, a complexity ranking page was added. You can view it by tapping the icon image on the Info dialog.

スクリーンショット 2014-01-17 10.06.36Since Version 1.2.9, you can change the font size.

スクリーンショット 2014-01-17 10.08.00

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Complexity Zoo for iPad 1.2.5

My wife bought an iPhone 5 and so finally I was able to test and update it for iPhone 5.

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Complexity Zoo for iPad 1.2.4

Another update for server location changes. It uses a configuration file to identify the server URL and related parameters.

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Complexity Zoo for iPad 1.2.3

Due to the server location change, I needed to update the app code. I believe that the problem was fixed in the new version 1.2.3.

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Kindle Launch in Japan

According to Nikkei, Amazon is going to launch Kindle here in Japan. In Japan, we mean by Amazon Amazon.co.jp rather than Amazon.com. Actually, I do have two Amazon accounts, one is for .com and the other is for .co.jp. The question is which will provide the upcoming Kindle service in Japan. I guess it’s the latter. The next question is whether I can use my Kindle DX (registered with my .com account) to buy and read Kindle books from .co.jp. Anyway, I hope I can consolidate the two accounts into a single one someday.

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Complexity Zoo for iPad 1.2

Added a simple search function. You can search the entire zoo (Symbols, A, B,…, Z) for a keyword.

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Kindle DX vs iPad

I got Kindle DX and then iPad last year. Since I got my iPad, I had no opportunity to use my Kindle DX. This is because iPad is good enough for reading Kindle books. Last week I started to read “Steve Jobs (Kindle edition)” on my iPad. It’s my holiday reading. Unfortunately, my 3-year-old always tries to snatch it from me. Kindle DX can solve the problem because he does not care about it. I will take this opportunity to look for an advantage of Kindle DX over iPad.

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