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Is there a better way to view available apps than the market?


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  1. river

    river Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there a better way to view available apps than the market?

    I spent hours trying to go through all the available apps. Finally I got connection error, before it reached the end. There is a wiki app and the T-mobile minutes app I want and I could not find them.

    There has to be a better way to find and download apps. Is there a t-mobilde or google web site that has a list of the apps available?

    Also the search does not work, I tried "wiki" and got a few hits, but there were many apps with wiki in title it did not find.

    Help....

    Jim
     

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    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

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    TRY >>>> Cyrket - Android Market Browser
     
  3. georgetr

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    Cyrket is OK but is somehow light....

    Does any one knows facts or rumors about Google plans for this?
     
  4. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

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    I don't have any issues finding what I need on the market.
    The problem could also be your market access.

    Do you have cupcake, are you in the US or UK?

    Which wiki app are you looking for? Which T-Mobile app?


    If you've been looking for hours and can't find what you're looking for, perhaps there are other factors preventing you from finding what you want. The more information you give us, the more likely we are to help you find what you want, or at least explain what the issue is.
     
  5. maja

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    I have no issues; I'm pretty new in Android world.

    I was iPhone user no so long ago, and app store at Apple is much, much better organized then Android store.....Luckily Android is better phone then iPhone so I'm here.....

    It is difficult to find application on Android store, there is no enough pictures and space for presentations to see the applications.

    One example, I'm passionate rollerblader and except Track from Google there is no application presented on the appstore web.

    I realized that I should search on my phone, and i have to install almost every software about moving.....difficult job....i become a TESTER

    There was couple.......I don't like to bother....there was two similar at the end: Buddy Runner and Sportypal....

    Sportypal has rollerblading button and measure calories in Rollerblading mode.....I like that.....

    I need some application for measuring/logging food consumption....maybe some one knows...or tell me some tips how to find something similar
     
  6. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

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    website dailyburn.com does workout/fitness/nutrition tracking. Full site is pretty easy to navigate on phone browser. There is also dailyburn.com/iphone which is the mobile version.
     
  7. maja

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    Thank you punkzanyj,

    I will check it, probably will cover my needs.
     
  8. maja

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    Thankyou punkzanuj,

    I tried it and it's really ok, even from mobile. Dailyburn.com and Sportypal.com are good combination for me......

    Next, do anyone knows good site/forum for Rollerblading but NOT for profesionals just for pasionate rollers.
     

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