CorsixTH now on Google Play Store

I’ve finally taken the step to publish my port of CorsixTH to the Google Play Store. This means that you’ll no longer have to check for updates here but now you can get them automatically as I upload themĀ instead.

I’ve been hesitant to do it before because I’ve always thought that the quality of my port was such that it would negatively affect people’s opinions of the CorsixTH project as a whole, so I’d like to reinstate that just because I’ve published it to Google Play doesn’t mean that I think it’s finished. There’s still a lot of work to be done and there’s more than enough bugs and suggestions to keep me going for a long time. I think the reviewers on Google Play can be especially harsh about things like this, so I’ve tried to make it very clear about what to expect.

I’ll keep updating the version hosted here though as I’m aware that not all Android devices can run the Google Play Store. I hope to publish it to the Amazon App Store and others in the future sometime for these people, but for now, here and Google Play are the places you should get it from. It’ll probably be the last time a lot of you will visit this blog from now on, but I’ll keep updating it with (hopefully) interesting things that pop up along the way, so I hope you’ll be back.

Oh, and as one last thing. If you use Google+, please feel free to join the new CorsixTH community (