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  1. LOL.... yeah I feel the same away about iTunes John. I have a degree in computer science and still can't work out how to use it I never knew what was going to happen when I pressed that bloody Sync button. That's why I am on Android these days.... no iTunes and am free to do what ever I want on my phone Thanks Joel for your honest and raw feedback.....Can always rely on you telling it how it is. Yeah graphs are very similar to your's mate and forecast's definitely need a lot more work. I did pick a bad day but hey I just displayed what the BOM gave me which goes to show you that forecast
  2. That's weird...it's an Aussie app and about 300 people have already downloaded it from Melbourne and Sydney etc. Can you please send me a screen shot if possible of the message you get? Cheers
  3. Hey John, Thanks a lot for the feedback, appreciate it. The links to the app on are on the homepage of the website but I have also included them below for you. Yeah the graphs on the website are a bit cluttered in mobile mode and we need to fix this but I think you will find the graphs on the mobile app much cleaner once you find where to download it In regards to searching for Warrnambool, Ocean Grove etc. We don't currently offer this, instead we give you the info based on the region which gives you a better idea of what the overall wind is doing for a given area. So if you want to see w
  4. Hey guys, Just wanting to get some feedback about a weather app that we built for wind junkies like us Be keen to hear if there are any features that you guys think would be useful for buggying and landkiters etc? Eg. I haven't added the inland wind stations but think this would be useful for you guys. It's called "WindJunky" and is free on the playstore and appstore. There is also a website with the links to the app. https://windjunky.com.au/ Anyways, any feedback would be great since we just launched. Cheers, Brett
  5. Thanks heaps Joel for all the advice and the artwork, I appreciate it …. and yeah you helped me launch down that end when I crashed the kite in the water. I definitely agree that I need heaps of practice especially with launching and landing. I feel alright once I am out on the water and can relaunch the kite alright after I crash it but haven’t tried self landing without IDS. A mate from work who is an experienced kiter helped me the time before and showed me how he self lands his Crossbow 11 mtr by pulling on the middle lines and then pulling on one of the steering lines but wasn’t
  6. Hi All, I have just started kite boarding and was after some advice from the Altona regulars so I don't end up getting in anyone's way or ending up in the powerlines. I have had 3 lessons with Kite Republic down at St Kilda and was able to get up on the board in the end. I have bought my own gear now, a 10m cabrinha Switchblade IDS and a 136 Caliber and been kiting twice with the new gear in a SW 15knot wind. I am about 70kgs. I have a wakeboarding / snowboarding background so think this is helping me with the board skills but am finding it's all about the kite. People say you ev
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