Since firmware v1.5.55, Atom has built-in mini-apps:
There's also a Launcher that can start these apps.
When Atom starts, it will load the Atom Launcher mini-app by default. You have 5 seconds to start a mini-app by pressing one of the buttons (1-6). If you miss it, you have to restart Atom.
By default, the following apps are assigned to buttons 1 - 5, see the next section how you can change it.
You can exit the built-in mini-apps by pressing the bottom-right button for a few seconds. If you have a PeekSmith, it will show you "Exit", then "Goodbye". After exiting the apps, the Atom Launcher will start and you have 5 seconds again to start another mini-app.
With the MagiScript editor you can configure the MagiScript device, just open the Settings modal.
The first tab is about configuring which app should be launched when you turn on Atom. It is the Atom Launcher by default, but you can select another built-in app or an app you persisted. You can also assign apps to the 1 - 6 buttons.
The second tab allows you to configure some mini-app-related settings. You can specify the PeekSmith ID or the SB Watch ID you would like to connect to. By default, these values are *, which means Atom will connect to the first device it finds. You can also set a time value called "Process After". When you enter a value in the apps, most of them are waiting for a short time, so you can fix the value you entered. This is the "Process After" time. By default, it is 3000 ms, 3 seconds. And finally, you can specify which card stack you would like to use with the Atom Stack app (see later).
Finally, the third tab allows you to fine-tune vibrations. The first "Feedback Vibration" sets how the vibration works when you press a button. You can turn it off, or set 4 different values (which will make the vibration a bit shorter or longer). Vibration Strength sets the vibration level, also you can turn off vibrations. The other settings are related to vibration timing, for now, you might don't want to change them.
All the changes will be saved when you hit the Save button, and ignored if you click on the Cancel button.
Launch this mini-app with button 1 (top-left).
Atom Time is the synergy of our three pioneering products: the Atom Remote, the SB Watch hybrid watch, and the PeekSmith 3 electronic peeking device. Technically you only need Atom and an SB Watch, but this app supports PeekSmith 3 as well to display the time entered and to give you visual feedback about the time you set. If you have no PeekSmith connected, then it will be ignored.
The functionality of the app is similar to the TimeSmith app, however, you can directly connect Atom and SB Watch and you will need no phone.
Atom acts as a numeric keyboard, the top left button enters 1, the middle 2, and so on. The bottom middle button enters 0. The bottom right button acts as a backspace and deletes the last digit entered.
There are some additional tricks to set the current time:
Launch this mini-app with button 2 (top-middle).
Atom Stack is about working with card stacks, or learning stacks. The Si Stebbins, Mnemonica, Aronson, and Memorandum stacks are currently supported. You can select the stack using the MagiScript editor (see above).
To use the app, enter the position of a card in an AC->AK, AD->KD, AH->KH, and AS->KS card stack (we call this "simple"), and Atom will display this and the next two cards in your chosen card stack. AC is 1. 2C is 2. 9C is 9. AH is 27. 3H is 29. AK is 52.
You can also "move around" with the bottom left and bottom right buttons. You can use this to learn, try guessing the next cards.
If you need help, just enter 00, and you will get some.
Launch this mini-app with button 3 (top-right).
Pi Revelations is a stunning magic trick. With the help of this trick, you can reveal your spectator's PIN Number, Passcode, Date Of Birth, or Random Time within the first fifty thousand decimals of Pi. The trick is sold with a book and a link to an indexing website, allowing you to create unbelievable revelations without the need for memory work. Pi Revelations by David Penn (worldmagicshop.com)
With the Atom Pi mini-app, you can enter a 4 digits number, and it will reveal on PeekSmith where the digits are in the book (page, line number, and column). Atom stores the necessary logic to calculate this information.
Thanks to Badasha Khan for helping me to add this feature.
Launch this mini-app with button 4 (2nd row-left).
Atom Square is a magic square calculator mini-app. It's quite simple, you just have to enter a two-digit number, and it prints a magic square to the PeekSmith 3 screen. The minimum number that generates a "perfect" magic square is 22, by entering a smaller number expect some repeated numbers.
The mini-app mirrors and rotates the square so expect different results for the same numbers. Also for larger numbers, it is altering the square. If you would like to have "perfect" magic squares, you can upload the original and basic Atom Square app manually.
Launch this mini-app with button 5 (2nd row-middle).
You can practice entering time confidently without watching by using this mini-app. It is a simple game to help you, first, it generates a random time, and then you have to enter it correctly. When connected to a browser (using the MagiScript editor), it will also tell you the time with an Audio Assistant, and give you feedback if you were successful or not.