The way I see it, I balanced the whole coding/study/hitman thing with absolute perfection. 4 days to prepare for an exam, and not a single measure of effort too much!
So, now that all that's out of the way, what's happening with AMP?
Well, after the last (relatively major) release v1.1.0, I've had mostly positive feedback. There are a couple of minor bugs, and people are still looking for folder browsing and other promised features, but the feedback on the UI and navigation overhaul has been overwhelming (and good).
I've been working on fixing a couple of those bugs, and I'm happy to see it's crashing a lot less often. I'm yet to implement the widget transparency selector, but when I do it will come with a few more widgets, in different shapes and sizes.
I've taken a little bit of a step back from it all with the latest release, due to pressures at work (gotta get some engineering plans out before Christmas) and relaxing a bit after finishing exams. Oh and Far Cry 3. This has given me time to realise that I can slow down a bit with AMP, especially now that it's stable, and work more thoroughly on feature implementation & bug fixing. This should mean that future updates will be better tested, and more new stuff will be included in each update.
The things I'm working on now include:
- Music Folder Browsing
- Album Art & Lyric downloading
- Car mode
- Compilation album sorting