PipClock by Pxlartificer
Introducing PipClock ☢, the First and Only Nuclear Wasteland Survival App!
Before leaving the Vault, check for health hazards like Acid Rain, Toxic Fogs or Fallout Vapors.
Measure the radiation with the built-in Geiger Counter or scavenge the wasteland keeping track of distance and direction using the Target Maps and the Compass! All you need to survive, at your finger tips!
Check out the percentage of sunlight left or how long you have to wait until the light illuminates the wasteland with the day/night graphic visualizer… and when the darkness arrives, use the Nuclear Flashlight and choose between three different light modes!
Rusty High Resolution Textures for iPhone 4 and iPod 4
Post-apocalyptic retro-futuristic design in Metal Alloy with monochrome Cathode Ray Tube display
Reliable Post-Atomic Clock and Calendar
GPS powered real-time weather hazards detector (acid rain, UV radiation, toxic fog and many other)¹
Target Maps – Select a target location or pinpoint your current one and let Pipclock calculate distance and direction (follow the arrow pointer on the compass)¹
Landscape mode to use PipClock on your wrist
Hidden Retractable Compartment, easily accessed sliding the main screen
Analog Magnetic Compass with realtime Sun Position and Target Indicator
Realistic Geiger Counter with sounds and smoke!
Real-time Thermometer and Barometer¹
Nearby Landmarks Detector (or what’s left of them)¹
Dashboard mode – All the important data in one screen
Self Protection Reinforced Hull (shake the device to Protect the PipClock from a Nuclear Explosion)
Nuclear powered Flashlight with three different lightning presets (Broken Neon, Sleep mode, Emergency)
Sunset – Sunrise Forecast with countdown to sunset and sunrise
Status of the day graph – check out the percentage of sunlight left or how long you have to wait until the light illuminates the wasteland
Moon phase calculator
Arpanet connection to receive important messages broadcasted by the Federal Government from its underground shelter¹
Help and Settings to configure your device
Developer Website: http://www.pipclock.com