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  1. NixS

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    Hi Everyone!
    I would like to introduce you useful Android app - uFlowers!

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    Sounds awesome. Too bad my dorm won't let us keep plants...
     
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    i'm gonna try this and hopefully it works. I have lots of plants and lately they havent been doing too well.
     
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    Thanks. We are glad, it is useful for you. :)
     
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    The new version - uFlowers v.1.2 is already available in the market!

    What’s new:
    1. added support for 2.2
    2. fixes a bug with memory
    3. reduced the size of the application
     
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    Without installing the app as it's not something that interests me the first thing I noticed when I opened this thread is the size of the app. That is quite lardy...

    I know if I was unrooted i'd be worried about the space it uses, could it not be shrunk down at all?
     
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    Android market shows the size of the application - 10 MB , but in fact size of the file is 5.43 MB
     
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    I checked out the app but the information provided for each plant is actually inadequate. For example, azaleas are not house plants in this part of the country but are outdoor landscaping plants which require an acidic soil. And yes, they do require fertilizing but the app simply states that, not what kind. That would have been useful information! All in all though, for a free app it is very nice with plenty of room to "grow". :)
     
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    Thank you! :)
    We tried to include the main plants to the catalog
     

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