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Old March 29th, 2012, 12:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Could you guys share with me must have apps for my LG Esteem, it would be great help if you would

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Old March 29th, 2012, 01:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Could you guys share with me must have apps for my LG Esteem, it would be great help if you would
Mine:
Quick Boot
TB(Titanium Backup)
SetCPU
Dolphin Browser
---all blasts from the past when I was using my Huwaei M860 but still use them all.

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DropBox
Gemini App Manager
Any Cut
TeamViewer

I will list the recreational ones later if you want
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Great apps, I'll check them out later, and Yes please?
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Fast reboot works great! Thanks
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These are all the apps I have on my phone that I consider keepers:

Adfree Android
"Hulufied" Adobe Flash Player B.C. 11.1.102.59
Airpush Detector
AK NotePad
Alarm Clock Xtreme
Barcode Scanner
Box
Brightness Level by CurveFish
DataSwitch by TomatoX
Draw Something
DocumentsToGo
Google Translate
Juice Defender Pro
Kakao
LauncherPro Plus
MyBackup Pro
PdaNet
Pixlr-o-matic
PowerAMP
Pro Zoom Camera 5X
RealCalc Plus
Ringdroid
ROM Toolbox
Screen Filter
Shazam
ShopSavvy
Smart Tools
Skype
Swype
Tapatalk
Tiny Flashlight + LED by Nikolay Analiev
Uninstaller by Rhythm Software
Vevo
Wifi Tether 3.1 beta 11
Words with Friends
Zynga Poker

There are a few other Reddit/imgur/news and other time-killer apps I use but those apps are usually in rotation and get uninstalled and replaced quickly. Same goes for sports apps which are seasonal.

The same goes for games. Here are a few games I especially enjoyed and recommend browsing:
7 Little Words
Age of Conquest
Air Attack HD
Battle for Mars Multiplayer
Cartoon Wars
Defender
Great Little War Game
Let's Golf series
Osmos
Samurai II: Vengeance
World of Goo

I hope this list helps you guys discover apps you haven't come across before.
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Wow amazing, I'm trying that out later thanks
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Thanks dude, and it's all good
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the most essential and expensive of all tsf shell launcher a whole other approach at android
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the most essential and expensive of all tsf shell launcher a whole other approach at android
I was wondering what TSF Shell was because it sounded familiar and bam that youtube video with the annoying song looping.

Eh.. $16.80 for a launcher that seems really gimmicky to me. There definitely are pretty cool options like selecting more than one icon and dragging them all into a box/folder, rotating icons, etc. I personally think it's too much and bet that after a month, I would end up bored with it and switch to a more plain launcher.

Can you share with us what you really like about TSF Shell and why you think it's so essential? Have you tried SPB Shell 3D?
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right now my favorite app is network booster by android dokomon. I work in rural areas a lot around dallas fort worth area and before I discovered this up a lot of times I could not get data at all and some of the areas but now when I use this up it will take me from either no data at all to 4 g or 1 x to 4g.
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right now my favorite app is network booster by android dokomon. I work in rural areas a lot around dallas fort worth area and before I discovered this up a lot of times I could not get data at all and some of the areas but now when I use this up it will take me from either no data at all to 4 g or 1 x to 4g.
Edit: Does the same thing as this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dazbradbury.restartConnections
And ^^^ is a smaller apk..

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Edit: Does the same thing as this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dazbradbury.restartConnections
And ^^^ is a smaller apk..

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I use DataSwitch for this. It's not automatic, but it's even smaller, super fast, and I use it to toggle data if I'm playing a non-internet game or trying to save battery when I'm low.

I wish they had a way to toggle 4G/1x on the Esteem consistently.
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I tried tsf she'll and didn't like it. Spb shell is much better but I refuse to spend that much money on an app. I use go launcher. I have tried many others and I always go back to go launcher.
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I tried tag she'll and didn't like it. Son shell is much better but I refuse to spend that much money on an app. I use go launcher. I have tried many others and I always go back to go launcher.
I'm with you man definitely not paying that much when there are launchers for much less that are just as good lol. Call me cheap I don't care.

Curiously though why no one likes using the stock app manager that comes with the phone. What's wrong with it?

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That's funny you mentioned the stock app mng..it was asked what it was a few days back when Shiny posted up a Home Screen shot in the stickies above.
Maybe its time to bump up the stock pull thread
All the stock apps are in there for everyone to grab
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SPB Shell uses more than 2X the RAM as TSF. TSF is ridiculously smooth. Can't hurt to try too be honest. There is a 15 minute return policy on all apps and done have even more tone but if not posted of a longer trial then its 15 minutes so buy then return within a couple off minutes if you do not enjoy

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Maybe its time to bump up the stock pull thread
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Well I use the stock app manager and it works for me. But I see others are using things like Gemini app manager and stuff and I was wondering what was so bad about the stock one.

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I use Gemini to disable autoruns. The stock one does not have that option. ROM Toolbox is a pretty good AIO app for that and many other things as well

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I use Gemini to disable autoruns. The stock one does not have that option. ROM Toolbox is a pretty good AIO app for that and many other things as well

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Ohhhhhh. Makes total sense now lol. This autorun manager is definitely news to me haha. Just went into ROM toolbox, played with it, rebooted, and now I have a bit more RAM freed. I owe you one.

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What's a good app for killing apps that run in the background?

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Pirating apps is a no no around here just to let you know it is frowned apon. It is a good thing to support the developers.
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Thanks for the apps, except for the bottom, no pirating.


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I trialed SPB shell and it's not worth the money. It uses a ton of resources, sucks your battery down and has, get this, FEWER features than alternatives out there that are free. An amazing interface is important to me too but believe me the guys that make SPB made their bloated versions of interfaces for Palm and Windows Mobile back in the day, they charged a fortune for it and bloated them out too.
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spb shell 3d is crap its full of bugs. tsf shell is very high quality ucan tellalot of work has been put into it now any other launcher seems tooplain and laggy to me
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spb shell 3d is crap its full of bugs. tsf shell is very high quality ucan tellalot of work has been put into it now any other launcher seems tooplain and laggy to me
I was checking out tsf shell on a friends phone and don't understand what all the hype is. What can be done with it that would be better than 360 or go launcher. spb does suck by the way.
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