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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Antrax, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. Antrax

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    I'm moving from Windows Mobile to Android after so many, many years and need a few apps that are essentials for my daily routine.

    I'm kind of confused with so many different apps and how to look for them. I have found many that I need, but I'm missing a good Database like ListPro that you can customize and produce reports from the data.

    Also need a good checkbook app and a app for storing sensitive info, like eWallet.

    Any advise will be really helpful.

    Thanks.

    Diego
     

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    I am in the same boat. When I was on Windows Mobile I loved ListPro. I haven't found anything yet on Android that comes close to it. I use gTasks. It syncs with Google Tasks. the interface isn't pretty, but it does the basics.

    A lot of people use Astrid. You might give that a try.
     
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    Had it on my old old Centro Pro. Seems like an opportunity for some developer to GET RICH!
     
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    Have a look at
    HanDBase Database Manager

    Harry
     
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    Thanks for the tips! I'll check them out.
     
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    Another vote for HanDBase. Used it on three platforms (Palm, BB and Android).
     
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    I found it!

    MLO available in Windows, Blackberry, & Android versions
    :: My Life Organized ::

    It is an outliner for tasks, but it can perform perfectly as an outliner for Notes.

    John
     
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    Looks very promising. Trying it out. Problem with testing all these databases is the commitment of time you get into some of them, then have to start designing all over.
     
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    Please check my new app by doing a search in the Android market on: portofarina my data

    Here is what the app does and it is free:

    This is a very simple database application. It lets you create databases on your SD Card in a folder named My Data. Shortcuts to particular tables in the database can be created in the Android launcher. The application lets you do the following:
    - Create/Delete/Rename/Backup databases.
    - Create/Delete/Rename tables.
    - Create/Delete/Rename columns.
    - Create/Delete/Edit rows.
    - Create relationships between tables.
    - Fully encrypt (AES 256) tables including the column names.
    - The following types are supported: Text, Integer, Real, Check Box, Date, Time and Phone numbers.
    - The application is also localized in French.
    - When databases, tables or columns are deleted, a backup of the database is performed automatically. Use any file browser to find the databases and their backups under /mnt/sdcard/My Data.
    - The application stores the database using the SQLite file format.
    - The application relies heavily on long press gestures to bring up context menus that will let you do some of the above.
    - The application manages automatically the primary and foreign keys. So when you are creating your tables, avoid creating primary keys and creating relationships that use them. Use the regular columns for defining relationships. The application even takes care of situations where the linked to values change.
    - Referential integrity is implemented by nullyfing the referencers when the referenced rows are deleted.
    - There is an option to vacuum a database for really deleting the deleted columns and defragmenting the database file.
     

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