Hello everyone. I'm planning my next major release of Screebl Pro. I've got some cool new ideas for features, many of them originating in feedback that I've gotten directly from users or from here in the forums.
It's cool to see so many people using the app (almost 50k downloads, about 20k active users of the free Lite version), and I hear daily from users that are enjoying better screen timeout control and also better battery life.
One feature of Screebl Pro that I spent a crap load of time working on was integration with the application called Locale. Locale controls your phone's configuration based on a variety of different criteria. For example, you can mute your phone during certain hours or at certain locations. Screebl Pro includes plugins that allow Locale to configure Screebl, but also includes the ability for Screebl to trigger Locale configurations.
While there are other cool features available only in the Pro version, Locale integration is one of the top selling points, and I have been surprised to see a lack of significant uptake on usage of Screebl's Locale plug-ins. I'm curious if anyone has any insight into why this is. Is this just a very advanced and niche use case? Are people moving from Locale to some other solution that I should focus on for the next version of Screebl?
Thanks for any feedback!
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