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  1. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

    I would have to say that locale is my favorite app so far. I had some trouble with it being inconsistent last week, but now it seems to be running smoothly. I'm saving battery power by having it turn off my WiFi settings while I'm at work, during work hours.


    The second best would have to be Bonsai Blast, which is a more complicated and challenging game than I expected.

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  2. I'm a big fan of AnyCut. It brings the functionality of the phone straight to the foreground. Love it!
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  3. shivers316

    shivers316 Godmember VIP Member

    Bonsai Blast is far too addicting. My battery life suffers dramatically because of it. Lol.
  4. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

    I forgot about anycut! I guess it seems more like a setting than an app, but you're right it does make things easier!
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  5. shannanigans

    shannanigans Member

    anycut takes the cake in my book! prevented me from returning the phone (im a shortcut junkie)
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  6. Durf

    Durf Well-Known Member

    Agreed - Anycut
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  7. harrise

    harrise Member

    With one computer integrated into the entertainment system and house-wide speakers... I would have to say Gmote is my favorite so far.
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  8. Cryptic79

    Cryptic79 VIP Member VIP Member

    ShopSavvy. I scan every barcode now just to see it do the voodoo that it do :p so well.
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  9. N473

    N473 Member

    Hey guys, I just got my G1 today, and it's in dire need of some applications. Can we start posting some of our favorite and most useful apps? Thanks a lot.


    -Nate
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  10. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    Call up your Market app and select "By Popularity"
  11. MarvinAndroid

    MarvinAndroid Well-Known Member

    Locale - this app is very cool. I have a profile for work, home, my parent's house and a default setting for when none of those are active. Oh and I have one for night time. I get to work and it turns the volume down a bit, changes my 'desktop' image, turns of the wi-fi (so the security guys don't bug out), and it changes my ringtone and volume. At home the Wifi goes on, pictures changes, volume goes up etc. At night I have it turn of all network stuff besides the phone istelf and mutes the sound. It's great. Love it!
    I use the Weather Channel and Shop Savvy apps quite a bit too
  12. inmypants0

    inmypants0 New Member

    chomp sms and trap
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  13. jinx

    jinx Member

    just one app, thats hard

    well, recently i began enjoying "banana3", and i'll cheat and add another one: "twidroid"
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  14. Raidersram

    Raidersram Active Member

    Bettercut, don't need alternative home screen just make my own :)
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  15. lupriandroid

    lupriandroid New Member

    2=skymap, my jack russell loves it too cause we double triple walks on clear nights, can't wait til summer
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  16. Mr Bloppy

    Mr Bloppy Well-Known Member

    ahome!
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  17. theway2live

    theway2live Member

    sweeterhome could be one when it gets more updated.

    but mine would be chomp as i am a txter. ha

    if not chomp then the market in general haha i cant get off it, always looking for new apps.
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  18. androidforums

    androidforums New Member

    Any Clip!

    I use it in google toolbar and send any kinds of notes to my phone.
    And on the phone, just click the link or adress to run browser or map.

    Plus, it has a web interface.
    I use it to send app market link from my own web:

    for example to send the app Music On Demand:

    HTML:
    1.  
    2. <a href="http://anyclip.blueslabs.com/send?market.android.com/search?q=Music%20On%20Demand" target="_blank">
    3. <img src="http://anyclip.blueslabs.com/static/icon.png"
    4. border="0" alt="Send link to your phone"></a>
    5.  
    Or like this to post the link here:

    HTML:
    1.  
    2. [URL="http://anyclip.blueslabs.com/send?market.android.com/search?q=Music%20On%20Demand"]
    3. [IMG]http://anyclip.blueslabs.com/static/icon.png[/IMG][/URL]
    4.  
    [​IMG]
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  19. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    Here are its main features : ...

    • Create notes on your computer and send them to your phone
    • Send URLs, locations, phone numbers and email addresses to your phone
    • Send contacts to your phone contact list
    • Launch browser, Google Maps or Make calls based on the content in the note
    • Create SMS message on your computer
    • Send notes from Google toolbar
    • Send notes from your phone back to your computer
    • Copy text from phone web page
    • Currently supported phones: Google Android phones
    • See tips here

    No need to sign up but secure!
    A new way to sync with your phone!
    Just download AnyClip device software from your phone and you are ready to go!
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  20. Buffman

    Buffman Member

    CardioTrainer has my vote.

    Out of all the apps I downloaded (God knows how many hours of sleep I've been losing playing around with that phone), I found CardioTrainer one of the most impressive programs on the Android. The current recession has left a bit of a dent in my wallet, and I wasn't really interested in paying for any applications (Buying the G1 was my self-made promise not to spend any more money this year on non-essentials), so CT being free made it a lot easier for me to dl and use.

    Of course, just being free wouldn't be enough to make me like a program, but it at least allowed me to try it. Also, being a fit freak, I installed the program and took it for a spin. Its pretty cool in that it utilizes GPS technology and Google Maps in order to pinpoint exactly where I am running. It's also got voice commands, a race against yourself option (which I find probably the most useful part of the app), and best of all, its all in my phone so I don't have to drag a crapload of hardware around with me. When I'm done with my run, I can then check out my stats and route which is uploaded on their website, www.worksmartlabs.com/cardiotrainer/about.php
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  21. pipopipi

    pipopipi Member

    gmote by far !!! i'd like some garmin mobile for android though :)
  22. Tuzion

    Tuzion Member

    SMS Popup

    Something the phone should've had on it's own if you ask me. Most useful/essential app I've downloaded.
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  23. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    Another AF Member mentioned this point ....
    Think of the G1 as a Base Unit which you added the feature you like that make the phone personally yours ... with out the BLOAT of all kinds of features you might never use ... But can easy add with a special app most of which are free or very reasonably priced ...

    IMO ... it is the best of all possibilities ...!!
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  24. korgoth3

    korgoth3 Member

    i wish the market had a way of sorting by ratings, and not by popularity.

    my favorites would be skymap, gmote, and where, which now has the voice search.
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