It’s official – Morning Kit has gone international! Our most recent update, which I’ll address in the next post, makes Morning Kit available in several markets around the world. This is a great achievement for the rock star developers and designers at Yooii Studios. They’ve worked hard for many months to bring you the very best morning utility app on the market.
We are still waiting for the Russian and US launches, but they will be happening soon. If you have any questions about availability (or anything else, for that matter), you can ask them by commenting on a blog post, posting to our Facebook page, or contacting us on the Yooii Studios website.
Several people have asked us for some specific instructions on how to edit your preferences in Morning Kit. In this post, I’ll show you how easy it is to arrange the information panels that appear on the home page of your Morning Kit.
Let’s say that you want to swap information panels – instead of “Quotes”, you want the “Exchange Rates” panel to appear on your home screen. Here’s how to do it:
We strive to make all Yooii apps as simple and user-friendly as possible, but every app can be a bit confusing sometimes. If you have a question, don’t hesitate to post it on our Facebook page, leave a comment on the blog, or contact us through the Yooii Studios website.
From time to time, I’ll do a short post about the best features of new apps from Yooii Studios. I’ll show you the unique and interesting features that make Yooii’s apps stand out from the crowd.
The consensus around our studio is that the most fun feature of Morning Kit is the variety of visual themes. With most apps, you’re stuck with one or two boring color schemes – but not with Morning Kit. You can make your Morning Kit truly unique. Check out these innovative and exciting themes:
Also available are the Reflection and Tranquility themes. Reflection creates a fun and unique theme by turning your phone into a mirror. Tranquility does just the opposite, by displaying on your screen the live picture from your phone’s built-in camera.