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Old October 16th, 2011, 08:10 AM   #2001 (permalink)
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I just got paper camera and this little thing has the coolest effects like sketch and neon outlines
Can you post an example picture you've taken, if it's not too much trouble?

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Hi

thanks for bringing this topic up to live. my 5 cents:

If you could also share the way you organize your device's desktops (phone/tab) - would be also very nice and useful.

I am going to use Samsung S II phone soon but for now just want to share with you my 10.1 tablet setup. I am using two desktops.

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weather, processes, and some custom apps:
  • Screen filter: dimming the screen by requested value (on/off by pressing the icon) - useful for night reading & probably for battery life
  • Audiogalaxy: for music streaming, I am hosting my private Cloud with mp3's + widget on the screen
  • PowerAMP - offline mp3 player - during my tests + widget on the screen
  • Dolphin Browser HD: many of you suggested to use thus I am testing right now. Looks quite nice; just gestures could be better
  • Pulse: for news and google reader feeds, so far so good; can't find any button to "mark as read" everything - instead of clicking on every headline

and one with some business tools / emails / calendar:



  • gmail: internal gmail client + widget
  • email: internal email client with Exchange account sych. + widget
  • 5 VPN: free app for storing vpn password (app is just copy your vpn pass and you can paste it when connecting to a sever)
  • Touchdown: exchange client to synchronize everything, now testing the trial version - probably will go with full license soon as it works great
  • Business Calendar: great app synchronizing both gmail and exchange calendars + great widget (the biggest I found on the market with full month view)
  • Notes : internal app for notes
  • 2x Client: for RDP connections - works really nice
  • Dropbox: also a great app for easy file sharing
  • Google Docs: access to my google docs
  • Thinking Space: for mind maps; not really user friendly interface, probably will find smth else
  • SwiFTP: FTP server on the device to upload files
  • Skype


other apps on the device:
  • Booking.com: for hotel bookings while traveling
  • ghost commander: total commander
  • GoToMeeting: for connecting to online meetings, unfortunately on android I can only connect to GoToMeetings not for GoToWebinars or GoToTrainigs. IOS does both Android and IOS cannot host meetings just join
  • IMDb: great movie site
  • Last.fm: for listen songs scrobbling, works with my audiogalaxy app
  • MoboPlayer: for playing movies with subs, I don't know yet what to thing about it
  • SoundHound: recognize songs
  • Speed Test: for network speed check
  • Wifi Analyzier: great app for analyzing strength of a signal + proper channel selection to avoid to much network interference

that's it for now folks!

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My favorite app so far is the SpeechTrans language translator - SpeechTrans™- iPhone Translation App, iPhone Language Translator, Speech Translator, Voice Translator . As a traveler I often meet other people from different countries with different languages. This app is always my back-up when I'm talking to different people with different language.
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I have been in love with SwipePad. It's not a swype-y keyboard, it's hard to explain but it seriously works smooth as butter. It lets you set 12 shortcuts that can be access at ANY time no matter what app your phone is in.

https://market.android.com/details?id=mobi.conduction.swipepad.android

Check it out. Seriously.
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My favorite app is Multicon. This way I can place all of my favorite apps on one home screen instead of swiping back and forth to get to different apps. You can fit as many as 64 apps on your home screen! I don't even have that many apps in my phone yet
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I have been in love with SwipePad. It's not a swype-y keyboard, it's hard to explain but it seriously works smooth as butter. It lets you set 12 shortcuts that can be access at ANY time no matter what app your phone is in.

https://market.android.com/details?id=mobi.conduction.swipepad.android

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Isn't Wave Launcher the same (and with better reviews)?
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My favorite app so far is the SpeechTrans language translator - SpeechTrans™- iPhone Translation App, iPhone Language Translator, Speech Translator, Voice Translator . As a traveler I often meet other people from different countries with different languages. This app is always my back-up when I'm talking to different people with different language.
For $10 a month? Geesh....
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My favorite app so far is the SpeechTrans language translator - SpeechTrans™- iPhone Translation App, iPhone Language Translator, Speech Translator, Voice Translator . As a traveler I often meet other people from different countries with different languages. This app is always my back-up when I'm talking to different people with different language.
Is this even available on android? I looked at the site and only saw iOS. If so, what makes it better than google translate?
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Dolphin browser - best internet browser so far!
https://market.android.com/details?id=mobi.mgeek.TunnyBrowser

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My favorite app is Multicon. This way I can place all of my favorite apps on one home screen instead of swiping back and forth to get to different apps. You can fit as many as 64 apps on your home screen! I don't even have that many apps in my phone yet
Dude, id like to check this app out, i havent heard of this one thill now! cool!


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Ringlert.. has every ringtone i would ever want, and farm story.
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I got the X2, but all my apps are on one screen under APP's. LOL Home Screen is for most important apps. Thx
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And Dolphin HD Browser is really nice! Especially with the Screen Capture addon! But wondering now, what Chrome has thats better?




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Think about it, chrome, android.....it's all google.
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This isnt what you are referring to? Or is it just the "icon only" thats available in the market? Ive noticed other chrome "type" apps. Probably all jist mimicking chre browser itself.

But what advantages does usimg the stock browser have over Dolphin HD?

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.seltzer.browser_launcher
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i dont use it anyway, have always used dolphin mini.
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I am just a newbie to android, but i have some of my fav apps listed here.
Browsing : UC Browser & Dolphin HD
Apps2 SD: Best for moving apps from internal memory to SD
Games: Angry Birds, Apparatus, Fruit Slice
Photography: Camera 360, Little Photo,
News : Pulse
File Manager: Xplore, Astro
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I am just a newbie to android, but i have some of my fav apps listed here.
Browsing : UC Browser & Dolphin HD
Apps2 SD: Best for moving apps from internal memory to SD
Games: Angry Birds, Apparatus, Fruit Slice
Photography: Camera 360, Little Photo,
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File Manager: Xplore, Astro
Hi there! Welcone fellow ANDROID! Nice apps! I also use a few of yours. Dolphin HD (recently installed the free screen cut addon), Fruit Slice, Astro, and Estrong's File Explorer
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Google Sky Map rocks. I was looking out the window one night and saw a planet near the moon. Switched on Sky Map and immediately found out it was Jupiter.
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I am just a newbie to android, but i have some of my fav apps listed here.
Browsing : UC Browser & Dolphin HD
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Games: Angry Birds, Apparatus, Fruit Slice
Photography: Camera 360, Little Photo,
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File Manager: Xplore, Astro
WELCOME!!!! not a bad list to start out with you may wanna look into paper camera a lot of fun effects... and ES file explorer IMO is the best ans essayist to use and it has built in root functions if you with to go down that path
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WELCOME!!!! not a bad list to start out with you may wanna look into paper camera a lot of fun effects... and ES file explorer IMO is the best ans essayist to use and it has built in root functions if you with to go down that path
Hi thanks guys for your sugesstions
Will definitely try all those apps and let you know soon
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OK, in a similar, yet expanded list, my current fav's:

Launcher: GO, Multi Picture Live WP
Browsing: Boat Mini
Music: Cubed, Jango, Shazam
Games: Angry Birds Rio, Apparatus, TrialX, RacingMoto, PoolbreakPro, UnBlockMe, Wordfeud, X Construction
Photography: Stock, Paper Camera, PicSay Pro, Quickpic
News: World Newspapers, Feedly, Comic Strips
File Manager: File Expert (root access), FX Explorer (no root access)
Clock: DIGI Clock Widget, Transparent Clock
Weather: Raindar, URL link to Wunderground
Calendar: Business Cal., Smooth Cal. Widget
Mail: K9, GV for texting
Notes: Bookmark link to Google Tasks
Utilities/misc: (rooted) Titanium, Link2SD, Android System Info, Auto App Organizer, CamCard Lite, Cube Calc., Unit Converter, AdFree, Battery Status Text, App Cache Cleaner, No Lock, GrooveIP, Zoner, Webkey, App Quarantine, Dropbox, Shootme, Power Schedule, Widgetzoid2, AppBrain, Gas Buddy, GPS Test, Swype
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Someone mentioned the following app:

"EcoSave - It's a battery charging monitor and sets off an alarm when your battery is full."


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https://market.android.com/details?id=bt.android.elixir&feature=search_result

I will scan this thread for an ap that can tell me which apps may be running in the background and how much data it is using without my physically utilizing whichever ap could be eating data on the back end.
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I got Aix Weather widget today and it's my favourite so far. I find the chart format to be very informative at a glance.

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I can't find it or anything similar. Any suggestions?
BatteryCalibration sets off an alarm when it hits 100%. You would have to open the app every time you put your phone on charge though.
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hi new to this site, heres my fav apps

Lazy Car
hands free answering in the car

Face Dial
one touch contact call

Dolphin HD Browser
customisable browser

Dropbox
perfect for transferring files between PC and Phone


Chomp
the google of the app world

Bunny Shooter
the new angry birds

Zombie Booth
not for the faint hearted
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I'm not a big game player, but just tried Super Stickman Golf - Android app on AppBrain because I am a golfer. Very cool game.
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I agree, great game...thx for pointing it out
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Me either Tcat007, I am not much on game apps , BUT gave this one a go to pass some time one day and now, am hooked on "Nasty Ned"



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I want to mention about smslemon.com. Perfect app to manage sms via webpage. Has also other nice features.
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Big fan of TuneIn, even with the ads. I have an FM transmitter I hook to the phone so I can listen to stations from all over the world in the car. It found nearly all the local stations (except one) and has a pretty extensive list of stations from all over the world. I even spent the 99¢ for the paid version so I can get the recording feature and to get rid of the ads. The only warning about the recordings is that you have to listen from start to finish.

The nice thing is that you can look at it online via their website to see what stations are out there.
Hurry and u can get tunein pro for free over at getjar... Its one of the freebies right now... Like i said hurry i got it a few weeks ago and they switch em up...
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Think about it, chrome, android.....it's all google.
I understand why people don't draw the conclusion that the standard browser is supposed to be Chrome: 1) They called it 'Internet' instead of 'Chrome'. 2) It looks nothing like the desktop Chrome (except in Honeycomb, it looks pretty similar). 3) It's no where near as good as the Desktop edition of Chrome.

Maybe in ICS we'll see a good phone version of Chrome. Maybe...
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so i just got juice defender i have her a bit about it anyone know if it actually works?
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Google Sky Map rocks. I was looking out the window one night and saw a planet near the moon. Switched on Sky Map and immediately found out it was Jupiter.
I'm new to these forums but learning lots!
I Totally agree, the SKy Map app is brilliant!!!
I also like IP Cam Viewer. I can watch what is going on at home from anywhere, thats really great!
I was using Opera Mobile but have downloaded Dolphin to see what thats all about.
Prey is just a brilliant app in case my phone, laptop or desktop gets stolen and SO clever!!
Swiftkey X is brilliant for texting and predicting your words. It learns quickly too.
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so i just got juice defender i have her a bit about it anyone know if it actually works?
Found it worse than using nothing...
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Interesting issue about Dolphin that was discovered by a poster on xda
[PRIVACY] WARNING: Dolphin's collection of your browsing history

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And Dolphin HD Browser is really nice! Especially with the Screen Capture addon! But wondering now, what Chrome has thats better?

https://market.android.com/details?id=mobi.mgeek.TunnyBrowser&feature=search_ result
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hey, great find! Thanks for sharing! What a shame!

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