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Old November 15th, 2011, 08:08 AM   #2101 (permalink)
 
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appbrain my favorite,i can download my favorite apps on it

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check out marble mania it's kinda awesome :

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.kreftmedia.games.marblemania.noads& feature=more_from_developer#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEwMiw iY29tLmtyZWZ0bWVkaWEuZ2FtZXMubWFyYmxlbWFuaWEubm9hZ HMiXQ..
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I use Kitchen Timer a fair bit if I'm cooking. Simple and practical.
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It's a pretty simple thing, but I have to say that Awesome Drop is probably my all-time favorite useful app. K-9 Mail (makes my Yahoo! work) and ES File Explorer are two other apps I use a lot.
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Looking for a web browser "Capture" app that can capture the screen and not blank out the still shot of a clip that may be playing. Similar to the screenshot below:



I've tried several web browser capturing apps but each will return only text info and no pics.
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The internal sceenshot in Boat Browser, adds text, but has the lower portion of the shot. Very odd.


Yet Shootme takes whatever is on the screen (both same video in Boat):


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I've tried several web browser capturing apps but each will return only text info and no pics.
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Noodles - ToDo list that actually works!

And I did try out dozens before finally founding something that I liked :-D
It doesn't seem sophisticated enough for me. I need to be able to put in repeating tasks like paying bills. Seems very simple and straightforward though. I am currently using Astrid Tasks, but it's not perfect either. I wish it could remind me days ahead of when something is due rather than having me set it a week before it actually is due.
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And I did try out dozens before finally founding something that I liked :-D
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Me too, tried all the top ones, most too complex. Really liked "Check and Done", but then decided I wanted something that syncs to Google Tasks, so I switched to Gtasks. It's great, but I thought the text is too small on my 3.2" screen. Tried this one today: Any.DO for Android | AppBrain.com

Maybe the my keeper. Syncs to Google and organizes the list in a much better manner than Tasks does. Little pain adding new items to a specific folder, but drag and drop works well.

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I just got beguiled 2 today haha great improvement over the first one and the apple one and it's free on amazon so grab it if you can

And is there an phandrois app for iPad Hahaha
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I was using Gtasks, and it did have a scrolling widget. I'm using Any.DO now and it's widget actually scrolls like a stock ticker, cool, but probably drains battery. I just click from an icon.

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  • Pocket Casts.... Loving this app so far, you know.. Now I can get all my podcasts in just one place. Perfect!!
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Adaptxt is one such keyboard , that has replaced my traditional keyboard and a good alternative to swift key specially because of the industry specific language addon packs it has to offer and all for free.
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Haha I know I only say that cuz I rented an iPad from my school library and wanted to androaify the iPad lol
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Found Words with Friends good, however it eats my battery - any suggestions?
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Word wars... And I am sure there a few others out there but I am. Sure words with friends is the most popular
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I've found that turning off background data works - but there's no way I've found to stop just this app syncing except when I tell it to...
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Default go! chat + bouncity

I must say go chat for chatting with facebook, its versatile and very light

and bouncity for social location based although in my country bouncity works best maybe in the USA I do not know we need someone to review

I use samsung galaxy mini btw the cheapest phone

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.bouncity

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.spartancoders.gtok&feature=related_ apps
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Why not use the official Facebook IM app? I use it and love it

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I've not had battery problems with WWF but you can try WordFeud which is better in every way. Unfortunately, it's hard to get iphone friends to make the switch
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I've not had battery problems with WWF but you can try WordFeud which is better in every way. Unfortunately, it's hard to get iphone friends to make the switch
Cheers, but was hoping for a solution to the WWF battery situation rather than abandoning it altogether.
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I am really liking Barnacle WiFi tethering right now. I wasn't having much luck getting any of the other tethering apps working on my E4GT.

Also Market Enabler was very helpful since on Sprint tethering apps can not be downloaded from the market.
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so i just got juice defender i have her a bit about it anyone know if it actually works?
I dont know how this Juice Defender works. But I bought the Ultimate version and it was a dud.

I experimented by using JD on and off and doing almost the same tasks and surprise surprise, while USING JD, my battery life was worse !! I think the Android system manages the battery much better.

I just use this simple app which switches off my Wifi when not in range and that has helped me add a hour or two to my battery life.
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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.
This functionality is built in the Ice-Cream-Sandwitch Android update.
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I dont know how this Juice Defender works. But I bought the Ultimate version and it was a dud.

I experimented by using JD on and off and doing almost the same tasks and surprise surprise, while USING JD, my battery life was worse !! I think the Android system manages the battery much better.

I just use this simple app which switches off my Wifi when not in range and that has helped me add a hour or two to my battery life.
Yes, its a drainer. Others including myself, have tried and unstalled shortly after.
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It doesn't seem sophisticated enough for me. I need to be able to put in repeating tasks like paying bills. Seems very simple and straightforward though. I am currently using Astrid Tasks, but it's not perfect either. I wish it could remind me days ahead of when something is due rather than having me set it a week before it actually is due.
I don't know if it's been mentioned but have you tried cozi. It has a calender and a to do list which you can share with others.
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I really like Llama: Location profiles it changes settings on your phone according to parameters you give based on location, time, etc...
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New "favorites" at least once a week... this weeks are:

PowerTutor - Android app on AppBrain
You can actually watch how opening and closing an app effects power (drain). Turn on airplane mode and watch it drop! Shows you mW of power for EACH app, or all together. Best battery monitor I've tried! It drains the battery itself, so only use it for short tests, or some fixed time (ie: don't forget to turn it off).

My other fav this week is: Google Tasks Organizer Lite for Android | AppBrain.com Great app if you like using Google Tasks. Lots of type size options, syncs well, more organized that Google Tasks.
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PowerTutor - Android app on AppBrain
You can actually watch how opening and closing an app effects power (drain). Turn on airplane mode and watch it drop! Shows you mW of power for EACH app, or all together. Best battery monitor I've tried! It drains the battery itself, so only use it for short tests, or some fixed time (ie: don't forget to turn it off).

My other fav this week is: Google Tasks Organizer Lite for Android | AppBrain.com Great app if you like using Google Tasks. Lots of type size options, syncs well, more organized that Google Tasks.
That power tutor looks interesting going to get it now
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My favorite apps are K9-Mail as a better EMail Client especially for IMAP and the other one is Moon Reader for reading ebooks
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mines definatly this:

FREE VERSION:

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.insult.free.kp

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Panda Live Wallpaper!

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I LOVE it! It's so cute and it even responds to my touch, but I love Sakura theme the most which available only for the paid version but its worth it! I recommend it as it doesn't eat your phones battery <3
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What it do?
Heres one quick review

1. it supports url and other hotlink within the note you create. you can call or look up a url within the note
2. you can add any of the notes as a sticky note onto your home screen
3. set reminders and timer notifications on a note so it will pop up later on your phone.
4. password off selected notes ( to protect personal notes)

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Welcome to AF Jolie... Im not too familiar with that link and not sure what you are asking, so I domt think I will click it.
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Thanks for this post! I recently stopped using "BeFunky" (what a name) and installed PicSay (free) about 3 wks ago.

Can you tell me the differences between the free and Paid as far as functionlity youve used? I have one issue with font sizing. when i add a text bubble to a pic and change the font size to smallest, it is still large

Wondering if more font sizing features exists in the paid vesion.

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Thanks for this post! I recently stopped using "BeFunky" (what a name) and installed PicSay (free) about 3 wks ago.

Can you tell me the differences between the free and Paid as far as functionlity youve used? I have one issue with font sizing. when i add a text bubble to a pic and change the font size to smallest, it is still large

Wondering if more font sizing features exists in the paid vesion.

I honestly don't know the differences. I accidentally bought the full version and after playing for my 14 minutes before the refund window closed I realized I loved it.
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