Many players are asking me about the differences between the Uber and Android computer. See the below points:
* There will be different stages of development. So gradually more capabilities will be added, although at this stage I cannot guarantee how far the development will go because everything that can be done in such a computer has already been done in the Uber. So the below points are based on development I know will be done:
* The accuracy is almost identical if you get late predictions. In the first version, the Android will be less accurate, but later the accuracy will be the same
* I may or may not implement some of the Hybrid’s algorithms, which will make it more accurate than the Uber. But this may be around 5-6 months from being available. I cannot guarantee I will even implement those algorithms.
* If you need very early predictions with accuracy, only the Uber does this. I dont plan to develop the Android so that it can get accurate predictions that are very early (by using two players clocking the rotor and ball at same time). This is because the Uber already does it and its a very complex mod. I may change my mind – it more depends on my available time to work with the programmers.
* The main purpose of the Android’s development is for partners or lease agreements. All of the wheel’s data is uploaded to a server so I can easily check the data and advise players. The Uber requires the user to send me data manually.
* The Android’s screen is bigger and easier to see. This makes no real difference though. You see see more than what you need on the Uber’s screen. And for those who don’t know how roulette computers work, no you do not watch the phone’s screen while using it at the table.
* The Android version will have like a wizard process for assessing wheels and applying the computer. So it will be simpler for new players to use.
In all, the Android is not a needed computer. It is overkill and perhaps I have an obsession with roulette computer development. The Uber already does everything that is possible. There are several main reasons I wanted to develop it, with the primary reason being I wanted to create a version that was as dummy proof as possible, by using a setup wizard that guides you through the whole process of assessing the wheel and applying the computer. And it is easier to work on Androids than the Uber phones. I didn’t want to modifying the already perfect Uber source code. And for players that understand perfect English and don’t mind a bit of extra reading, the Uber is likely to always be a more capable device than the Android.