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WhoNews for iPhone/iPad

All the very latest Doctor Who News on your iPhone/iPad

Updated from over 140 sites every 15 minutes

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Doctor Who: EyeStalk

Turn your iPhone/iPad into the lens of a Dalek

7 Dalek Effects from 50 years of Doctor Who.

Create your own photos and movies as seen by a Dalek
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WhoNews for Android

The very latest Doctor Who News on your Android phone or tablet

Updated from over 140 sites every 15 minutes

Free WhoNews Lite version available
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WhoNews for WP

The very latest Doctor Who news on your Windows Phone

Updated from over 140 sites every 15 minutes

Free to download
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WhoNews for BlackBerry 10

The very latest Doctor Who News on your Z10/Q10 Phone

Updated from over 140 sites every 15 minutes
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WhoNews Notification Tips

Checking the reviews of WhoNews this morning on iTunes, I’d received a 1 star review. The review said “Can't stand the constant updates. Receiving updates even after all updates disabled. Uninstalling product”

This really is a shame as the user hadn’t contacted me to see if I could help but had taken the time to write a negative review. WhoNews has a “Contact Developer” button on the Settings tab, so nothing could have been easier.

So I thought I’d give a little explanation on how to configure WhoNews notifications. Firstly you can configure which notifications you receive on the Settings tab but you need to be in connected to the internet as WhoNews contacts the notification server to tell it what your preferences are. It does this the instant the you change a setting.

Once you’ve changed a setting it may take a little while to stop receiving those notifications as they may already be queued in the Apple Push Notification System.

Whenever WhoNews starts it resends your settings to the Notification server just in case your app and the server are out of sync. So if your notification settings seem incorrect, try killing WhoNews and then starting it again.

Don’t forget if you want to disable sounds, change the way notifications are displayed or disable ALL notifications from WhoNews you have to do this via your iOS device Settings -> Notifications -> WhoNews which is outside WhoNews itself.

Above all if you have a problem with WhoNews please just contact me, I will always strive to help. WhoNews has received over 70 5 Star reviews from around the world and it is a record I’d like to maintain if given the chance.

Thanks

Paul.