We're looking for someone who's interested in commercializing this technology. The user experience is unprecedented. Right?
Use server ID "soft1"
Watch random images ("WANDER"). When you like one, see the rest of the photoset on repeat ("TRANCE"). To get more of some detail-- a pose, a hairstyle, some scenery-- press that part of the image ("DREAM").
For example, if you see a woman in panties, press the panties to see more girls wearing panties. If you like a woman's face, press her face to see similar faces. If you like a smile, press it to see more. If want more beach scenes, press the sand and water. If you want to see more girls in the woods, press the greenery. If you like to see girls posing on wooden chairs, press the chair. And so on.
This is a solution to the problem of large-scale unsupervised image clustering.
Surely you can imagine applications beyond pornography! The "soft1" server has tens of thousands of photos, indexed by content. Each photo has a web link (the VISIT button).
As for erotica, you can for example search this huge catalog of nudes by genital (vulva) structure. Find one you like, then see who it's attached to. Yes it's depraved, but...
Or faces. Search for faces with a feature you like.
The previous IPv6 client is no longer compatible with the server.
If you were among the hundreds of people who tried to connect but failed, we invite you to download the new client and try again. Enjoy.
If you succeeded to connect, and plan to connect again, you also must download the new client.
When the keyboard appears, it should be asking you to enter a server ID (and you should type in "soft1").
Are you on a public WiFi network (library, coffeeshop, etc.) Or at work?
Can you use your phone's data plan, or your home Internet connection?
If you get a moment, could you run the new APK and tell us what the net package is saying?
We expect something like "write to UDP6 ... network unreachable", but if would be informative if the error is something different.
Just to make sure the other problem is fixed, can you confirm that you see the "Server ID?" prompt?
Are you doing that?
Btw, the lesson here for developers is: don't use UDP, use TCP. We made a big mistake
The new APK changes the target SDK number to be 23 (Marshmallow, 6.0.1), since that's the latest we've tested against.
Thanks for the bug report!
We uploaded a new APK that passes the golang net error message straight through to the app's user.
So instead of seeing the ErrFleet5 message, you will see "write to UDP6 .... network is unreachable" or something else.
If you have a moment, would you reinstall the APK, rerun Melondream, and tell us what the error message says?
Thank you for your time