Brief summary of applications installation on my Milestone

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by ayshjeff, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. ayshjeff

    ayshjeff Active Member

    Jan 4, 2010
    Hong Kong
    Hi all

    It's been a week since I bought my first Android phone - Milestone. It's time of me to share a summary what I have installed and the opinion to new Milestone users.

    I am installed free apps most likely from Android Markets since I believe it is a reliable and virus-safe source. Here below is my installation ordering:

    1. IO Flashlight
    ( Very useful! Installed at 1st time when I got the phone. It's served as a tool of checking any dead LED pixel. I keep it as a torch for my occassional use in dark. Only non-market application I got )

    2. ChompSMS
    ( Replace bundled Messaging tool which has bug and fails to send multi-line messages.)

    3. APNdroid
    ( Nice Nice app. A must for who is using limited data plan, this app saves me from my milestone accessing internet out of my notices)

    4. 3G Watchdog / NetCounter
    ( Nice Nice app. It's a data traffic counter. I use this to come with my budget over how I use the remaining quota )

    5. Taskiller
    ( Essential app to kill unnecessary backgrounds jobs )

    6. LIME
    ( My Milestone is in English version. LIME serves as a nice Chinese Input Method Editor for all Chinese to use Changjie IME)

    7. Astro
    ( Excellent and comprehensive application manager for install/backup/SD card usage etc.)

    8.Ultimate StopWatch

    9. ConvertPad (Unit converter)

    10. NoteEverything
    ( I got surprised of notepad-like app built in Milestone. No problem when I found this app)

    11. BlueRSS
    ( RSS app to read local news/magazines )

    Facebook/Wapedia/World time/Places Directory Google Sky Map/Goggles are also wonderful for me.


  2. thecrazing

    thecrazing Well-Known Member

    Nov 9, 2009
    I haven't checked out NoteEverything here, but I'd throw in GDocs as a notepad thing. Syncs with Google Docs. Also, I'd suggest giving Handcent a try instead of Chomp.
  3. lekky

    lekky Lover
    VIP Member

    i prefer note me to note everything.
  4. pine

    pine Member

    Jan 7, 2010
    I also have Task Killer, it is a great app. However you have to be careful to have some apps excluded. I prefer Ultrachron for the stopwatch/timer. I love the voice and it keeps a history of everything that I time.
  5. ayshjeff

    ayshjeff Active Member

    Jan 4, 2010
    Hong Kong
    Thanks for all sharing. I will download them and try. :>

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