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looking for 3 apps i couldn't find


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  1. spi7fire

    spi7fire Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,
    im looking for 3 apps that i'd like to have and couldn't find, so im giving it a shot with posting them, maybe there are solutions out there im not familiar with.

    1.
    The apps drawer is sorted alphabeticly, Therefore there is no simple & fast way to see last downloaded apps (except for the notification area).

    I'm sorting my d/led apps into folders i've created on one of the homepage's screens. So i'm looking for some app that will hold a folder on homescreen, and add automatic all downloaded apps into it, and allow me to drag them out of the app into homescreen so i could throw it into my sorted folders.

    I've tried already App Mate, and App folders, but they dont support auto insert d/led files into folder.


    2. I'm looking for an app that will show me all apps that are installed on phone memory, so i could easily uninstall apps to free memory.
    right now the only options i got is: downloaded/all apps/on sd.

    3. i'd like to record my own custom commands and associate the vocal command into a method (such as running an app, calling some1, turning gps on/off, etc).
    The reason i'd like to do it customized is because my local language isn't english, and i want to record commands in my local language.
    Is there such thing on the market? is it possible in general?
     

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  2. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    Astro or system panel.
     
  3. Menddles

    Menddles Guest

    I don't know what phone you have or what version of android your running but I'll try to help (this is what I do for my HTC Android v2.2). For number one you can add a folder on the home screen by holding down the the screen> add folder. Then I can add what ever app I want into that by opening the menu and holding down on the app for a second or two and drag it to the folder.

    For number 2, you can do that in the Manage Applications under settings or you can download an unistaller app. I just had a quick look and Unistaller Pro seems to be alright and its free.
     
  4. akazabam

    akazabam Well-Known Member

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    1. Try this. I have never used it, but a quick market search brought this up. It claims to do exactly what you want (not sure about the drag/drop part):

    App Folders - Android app on AppBrain

    Are you an ex-blackberry user? That's pretty much exactly how it works on that os.

    2. Already been answered. I'm sure there are many ways of getting that info.

    3. Search the market for "voice commands". I'm sure you'll find one that can do that.
     
  5. bukzin

    bukzin Active Member

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    You might also try 'Last Installed'

    It also shows which apps were updated recently, sorts by size, etc.
     
  6. Crodley

    Crodley Well-Known Member

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    Here's the one I use Download Auto App Organizer free for your Android phone on AppBrain
    I've tried a lot of apps of this type, but I like this one best because it has a "newbie" folder that it will toss any newly installed app into when you install the app. That's an easy way to evaluate your new apps at a later date. Another nice feature is that it will popup a small menu that will ask you to select which folder type (music, video, reading, etc) you want to categorize the new app into (along WITH the newbie folder)
    You can also uninstall any app from within the folder with a long press.
     
  7. papazche

    papazche Active Member

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    Hm, where is that exactly?
     

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