I will look into what you're suggesting, but the 4-button menu system that you're talking about is part of the Apple OS, and I have very little control over how it operates. I don't have my Apple Watch with me, but doesn't the menu system vibrate a little when you press a button? If not, maybe there's a setting for Haptic feedback somewhere in the Apple Watch settings?I got my Model S a few weeks ago, and so far, I'm loving my Remote S app, especially for its Apple Watch compatibility. It's great to be able to go for a run without taking my keyfob.
One small suggestion: would it be possible to make the four buttons visibly "press" when touched, in the car control screen on Watch? I refer to the screen that comes up when you touch the car icon, giving four options (turn HVAC on, keyless start, unlock, and lock). The Watch screen is small, and sometimes I miss the button with my fat man fingers. Right now, I can't tell whether or not I successfully tapped a button until I wait 5-10 seconds and see that my car didn't respond. But if the icon for each function would change somehow when touched (such as dimming a little, sort of like the + and - buttons do on the Watch page where you adjust the charge limit), I could be more certain.
Thanks for a great app, Allen! I'm gonna go give it a 5 star review now.
If you're going to give a 5 star review, please wait until the next update comes out. Every time an update comes out, the app store wipes out the reviews on the current version, and then it takes me a long time to build up the ratings/reviews all over again due to how small the user base is. And then because it has so "little" reviews, my sales drop by over 50%, because potential buyers are less likely to trust an app that has very "few" reviews.