"PocketPanel" MultiCraft Android App

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  1. Download via. Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.oliverdunk.pocketpanel

    Hi,

    I've just finished work on PocketPanel, which is an Android application which provides full MultiCraft control on a fully native, material design layout - it's written entirely in Java, and thanks to the MultiCraft team, user API keys allow it to be a viable solution for normal users or even entire hosting companies wishing to use the software.

    Features:
    • Material design layout - looks great on every device
    • Full console access, including the ability to run console commands
    • Ability to start, stop, restart and suspend individual servers
    • Fast tutorial and login steps, making it easy for anyone
    • Status widget, for keeping an eye on things without even having the app open
    • A dedicated developer - I'll be more than happy to read through all feedback
    Due to API changes, MultiCraft lower than 2.0 PRE18 aren't supported, but I have received confirmation from MultiCraft that 2.0 will be in full release in the next week or so. If you want to use the app, you can already download the release at: http://multicraft.org/site/page?view=news

    I really want your suggestions, as this is my first Android application to be of this standard and I'd love to implement the features that make it useful for you.

    Images:
    http://i.imgur.com/bNUjyIx.png - Login Screen
    http://i.imgur.com/PHskiNA.png - Server Listing
    http://i.imgur.com/IqtfsWT.png - Server Panel
    http://i.imgur.com/aSacDHd.jpg - Console View

    Finally, I'm looking to team up with hosting companies to offer the app to their customers, and in return, to show a custom color theme and logo to their clients using a branding system I've setup. Feel free to PM me if this interests you.

    Thanks for reading,
    Oliver.
     
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  3. Looks good, hopefully the quality/protection on this service is good.
    I'll check the app out later today.
     
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  4. Thanks, I've tried my best to make it as good as possible and I've done many iterations as well as lots of work with the MultiCraft team to make it the best it can be! Feel free to leave me any feedback, even if it's not all positive, as it really helps.
     
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  5. Looks amazing!
     
  6. Thanks turtl! Let me know if you ever have any feedback or simply want a new feature! I'm here.
     
  7. Nothing too major. Maybe change the color from red to a darkish gray? Just a thought ;) or maybe have the option to change the color from the app. None the less nice app!
     
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  8. Just hit 100 downloads! Thanks everyone for your support :)

    If you haven't tried the app yet, give it a go as it's free and I'd love to know what you think.
     
  9. Is there a version of iOS plebs?
     
  10. Not yet, but I plan to make one in the future!
     
  11. Pocket Panel - Multicraft App: iOS Plebian Edition 2016.
     
  12. Hi Oliver,
    I recently setup a new Minecraft server with Multicraft. I have submitted many support tickets (through the support function after being logged in) with them over the past 2 days and had absolutely 0 response from them. One of these is about the API to connect to your app. Have they taken a long time to respond in the past?
     
  13. Hi,

    Multicraft usually take about 24 hours to respond - I'd give them about three or four days, and if you still don't have anything back, I'd suggest dropping them another email. I work with them to make sure that the app is always up to date and I generally find their support quite well managed, so hopefully you'll get a response shortly.
     
  14. great thanks
     
  15. If you didn`t knew but you can enable legacy api for this application so this is maybe something to add for the OP
     
  16. Any chance this will ever make it in the iOS market?
     
  17. Hi, I'm currently learning iOS development but I don't like to release products which aren't up to a high and reliable level of quality, so it probably won't be arriving any time soon. You might be interested in "MobileCraft", made by a friend and already available on iOS - http://mobilecraft.madsodgaard.com/
     
  18. Great app. Been using it for quite a while now. Keep up the good work
     
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