Springfield, MO, February 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The free Android App, Sub20 Cubing, today reached 1,000 downloads just roughly two months after its release on Google Play. As cubers in the speedcubing community discover the usefulness and convenience of the app, that number continues to rise.
With recent updates to the application, users now have access to Winter Variations (WV), also known as F2LL, which are typically used in conjunction with other methods of solving the first two layers that simultaneously solve the last layer edges. WV algorithms allow cubers to orientate the last layer corners while inserting the final F2L (First-2-Layer) pair, forcing an OLL skip. The updated version of the app also brings alternative OLL (Orientation of the Last Layer) and PLL (Permutation of the Last Layer) algorithms so that cubers can learn or reference the algorithms that fit their personal cubing style.
“As more recommendations come in, ideas on how to improve and update the app become clearer,” states App Developer and cube hobbyist Aaron Lancaster. “It is easy to focus only on the method I primarily use and forget about cubers out there using other great methods such as Roux, Petrus, ZZ, VH, HLS and VLS…even Pochmann’s blindfold-solving method. The plan is to continue to improve Sub20 Cubing based on what cubers in the speedcubing community ask for.”
Sub20 Cubing is available for free download worldwide on the Android market, Appcatch (for IOS devices), and is just a dollar on the Amazon Appstore.
For more information on Sub20 Cubing, please submit a contact form at: http://www.subtwentycubing.com/about-us/contact.
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SubTwentyCubing is a site dedicated to speedcubing enthusiasts who are looking to improve their solve times with the standard 3x3 cube. All you need to know about beginning speedcubing is documented throughout the pages of the site, from cube reviews, to notations and algorithms, to step-by-step instructions, example solves, and video tutorials. Visit http://www.subtwentycubing.com for more information.