Hornet is a social network aimed exclusively at a gay audience. It is, in a nutshell, very similar to Tinder or Badoo, but limits its remit to men looking to meet other men. One thing that sets Hornet apart from similar apps is that you don't need an account to view other people's profiles or even send them messages. Still, you'll get way more attention if you do put together a full profile, complete with information and pictures. Hornet has a potent chat feature for conversing with other users and sending photos privately. Plus it's got a robust search tool that lets you find people by username or tag. Hornet is a very useful app for male users looking to meet other people of the same gender. Thanks to the powerful search tool, it should be super easy to find people who share your tastes.
Guys its been a year since I rated this app. Please bring some new updates. This is the best metronome in the windows store but still lacks beef. Check Tempo by Ape (ios) and introduce some functions from there, please. Pretty please!
Looks like it might, but it doesn't. I can't believe I can't find a single metronome app that will give me a simple triple or duple subdivision of the beat AND a decent interface? There's like 1,000 of them for iOS...
The person giving this app a low rating is being way too harsh. Most decent hardware metronomes start at around $25, have a couple sound options, limited onboard speaker volume, and may have a small blinking light or LCD screen for visual timekeeping. The modTronome Pro is only $4, has several USEFUL sound options. Using my onboard speakers, it's plenty loud, but depending on need, you can outboard amp it = "not loud enough" issue solved. What I really love though, is the visual aspect - follow the ball, or the background pattern. A solo artist or an ensemble can easily see the display from across the room. Turn off the speaker, practice in time to the visuals, and concentrate on your tone. Too cool. :)
the first time I start the app, it will crash, as in: not fully load. No deal breaker, but irritating. Second time around starts fine and works great!