We've got some good news for the guys who've been keeping tabs on Art's Time Baby world clock/heart monitor for the Sony PSP. The developer passed by the QJ.NET Forums earlier to announce that the application has been updated to version 15d.
This new build will address a memory issue that some of the PSP owners here may have experienced when they ran their copy of Time Baby. Here's the rest of the changelog:
* Further saving of RAM to address running out of memory issue for people with plugins enabled.
* Selection between background wallpaper and custom colour is possible when a wallpaper is present.
As always, we advise the readers to view the file bundle's readme for full instructions on installing and using Time Baby. Those interested in sending their feedback to Art will want to visit this application's release thread over at the QJ.NET PSP Development Forum.
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