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Share your android app experience with others.  Have you found the absolute must-have tool and recommend it to others? How about apps you sampled and would never install on your android phone? Looking for something that you can't find in the android market "or" amazon appstore?   Reply with your personal experience to the following bullet items and share any additional comments and thoughts.

 

       

 

 

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Okay! I will be sure to when I have more time later tonight or tomorrow!

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RicoLX wrote:

Ann(droid154) :

 

How do you like the Elixir App that you've installed and briefly commented on a few months ago ( See Message #62 )?  Does this app track data usage per app such as, say, if i used "Twitter" (which do do not) for a certain period, would Elixir track the amount of data used when this app is activated?  Or is this mainly a resource to track battery usage ?

 

   ELIXIR

 

 

    


Sorry, I never did get a chance to test it out. :smileysad: The person who brought it up at the "other" home might still be using it, but I would need to search over there for posts mentioning it.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :smileyhappy:

RicoLX wrote:

Ann(droid154) :

 

How do you like the Elixir App that you've installed and briefly commented on a few months ago ( See Message #62 )?  Does this app track data usage per app such as, say, if i used "Twitter" (which do do not) for a certain period, would Elixir track the amount of data used when this app is activated?  Or is this mainly a resource to track battery usage ?

 

   ELIXIR

 

 

    


Sorry, I never did get a chance to test it out. :smileysad: The person who brought it up at the "other" home might still be using it, but I would need to search over there for posts mentioning it.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Anndroid154 wrote:

 

   ELIXIR

 

 

    


Sorry, I never did get a chance to test it out. :smileysad: The person who brought it up at the "other" home might still be using it, but I would need to search over there for posts mentioning it.

Yes, if you could!  I think this app's got WB's interest too!  Ive downloaded it and see so much info it spits out! but like to see what others have said about it and how its been useful to others.


Anndroid154 wrote:

 

   ELIXIR

 

 

    


Sorry, I never did get a chance to test it out. :smileysad: The person who brought it up at the "other" home might still be using it, but I would need to search over there for posts mentioning it.

Yes, if you could!  I think this app's got WB's interest too!  Ive downloaded it and see so much info it spits out! but like to see what others have said about it and how its been useful to others.

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Edited by RicoLX on Oct 10, 2011 at 9:31:47 AM

Ok, I took the plunge and purchased the full version of PowerAmp. Its the same full options you get in the 14-day trial version, just an unlock key. It does enhance the sound from my Streak, especially when its connected to computer/stereo speakers or in the aux input in the car... I just got tired of reloading and rescanning album art every 2weeks... Especially when mp3 counts in upwards of 300+ Any other equalizer app anyone recommends?

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.maxmpz.audioplayer&feature=related_apps

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Ok, I took the plunge and purchased the full version of PowerAmp. Its the same full options you get in the 14-day trial version, just an unlock key. It does enhance the sound from my Streak, especially when its connected to computer/stereo speakers or in the aux input in the car... I just got tired of reloading and rescanning album art every 2weeks... Especially when mp3 counts in upwards of 300+ Any other equalizer app anyone recommends?

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.maxmpz.audioplayer&feature=related_apps

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Rico, is this a nice music app? I currently have the MP3 Music Download app on my phone that syncs my downloaded music to my phone's integrated Music Player. I like this app because it's simple to use and all of the music is free.

Does this app - PowerAmp - have any advantages over the other, would you say?

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Rico, is this a nice music app? I currently have the MP3 Music Download app on my phone that syncs my downloaded music to my phone's integrated Music Player. I like this app because it's simple to use and all of the music is free.

Does this app - PowerAmp - have any advantages over the other, would you say?

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Wild Banchi wrote:
Rico, is this a nice music app? I currently have the MP3 Music Download app on my phone that syncs my downloaded music to my phone's integrated Music Player. I like this app because it's simple to use and all of the music is free.

Does this app - PowerAmp - have any advantages over the other, would you say?


 

Hey WB, I love MP3 Downloader too! Really meat! Actually found "Tonight Tonight" by Hot Chelle Ray, new somg. Hey if you got it where your music player is already synced, stick with what you are using. I just like tje interface on this app. But u should dowload the trial copy and see if it adds additional layers for you? :smileytongue:

Wild Banchi wrote:
Rico, is this a nice music app? I currently have the MP3 Music Download app on my phone that syncs my downloaded music to my phone's integrated Music Player. I like this app because it's simple to use and all of the music is free.

Does this app - PowerAmp - have any advantages over the other, would you say?


 

Hey WB, I love MP3 Downloader too! Really meat! Actually found "Tonight Tonight" by Hot Chelle Ray, new somg. Hey if you got it where your music player is already synced, stick with what you are using. I just like tje interface on this app. But u should dowload the trial copy and see if it adds additional layers for you? :smileytongue:
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Okay. I'll test it out and see if I'm interested in buying the paid version.

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Okay. I'll test it out and see if I'm interested in buying the paid version.

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Edited by RicoLX on Oct 11, 2011 at 3:38:59 AM

Buddy, tell me more how you got the Mp3 Music Downloader to sync with yoir stock music layer? I like a setting like that! One thing I do like about PowerAmp is that its an amplifier/equelizer type app. Tons of settings and you can create ringtones from within the app but I like Ringdroid for making ringtones and syste notification sounnds. I lt helps enrich the sound . Adds more crisp, treb/bass to the output.

Buddy, tell me more how you got the Mp3 Music Downloader to sync with yoir stock music layer? I like a setting like that! One thing I do like about PowerAmp is that its an amplifier/equelizer type app. Tons of settings and you can create ringtones from within the app but I like Ringdroid for making ringtones and syste notification sounnds. I lt helps enrich the sound . Adds more crisp, treb/bass to the output.

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With the MP3 Music Download application open, I think I remember going to some setting in the Settings that enabled new songs to sync with my phone's stock Music Player. It wasn't very easy, if I remember correctly, but at least I was able to do it. :smileyhappy:

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With the MP3 Music Download application open, I think I remember going to some setting in the Settings that enabled new songs to sync with my phone's stock Music Player. It wasn't very easy, if I remember correctly, but at least I was able to do it. :smileyhappy:

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I never noticed that option! Let me toy around with my copy of MP3 Donload and see if i can do that! i like that feature!
I never noticed that option! Let me toy around with my copy of MP3 Donload and see if i can do that! i like that feature!
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Believe me, I do, too. :smileywink:

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Believe me, I do, too. :smileywink:

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Edited by RicoLX on Oct 12, 2011 at 4:02:51 PM

Ann154 wrote:
Heard of but have not used (a paid application) My Backup Pro


Free app combination
Backup of SMS > sms backup & restore - saves to sd card
There are others that send sms to an email address.
If you want mms messages to be backed up, you will have to go with a paid application.

Estrongs or Astro to backup your applications. Data and settings for the applications won't be saved (Backup Pro is supposed to do this)

Unsure about the call log if there is an individual application. I am sure that there is one out there. Lookout (antivirus app) will backup the call log and is what I currently use.

Anything else you want to backup that hasn't been mentioned?


 

Anndroid154! Thank you for remembering this posting! Ive added tags to it this time round.  I was searching by tag and just couldnt locate anything.... and here it was on page 1!    I am royally embarassed!!!

 

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Ann154 wrote:
Heard of but have not used (a paid application) My Backup Pro


Free app combination
Backup of SMS > sms backup & restore - saves to sd card
There are others that send sms to an email address.
If you want mms messages to be backed up, you will have to go with a paid application.

Estrongs or Astro to backup your applications. Data and settings for the applications won't be saved (Backup Pro is supposed to do this)

Unsure about the call log if there is an individual application. I am sure that there is one out there. Lookout (antivirus app) will backup the call log and is what I currently use.

Anything else you want to backup that hasn't been mentioned?


 

Anndroid154! Thank you for remembering this posting! Ive added tags to it this time round.  I was searching by tag and just couldnt locate anything.... and here it was on page 1!    I am royally embarassed!!!

 

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Edited by RicoLX on Oct 16, 2011 at 9:16:29 AM

I've found the best ringtone app for the android device is none other than:

 

R I N G D R O I D

 

Create your own custom ringtones from mp3s you have saved on your android device. You can also create custom Notification Alerts and assign these to events such as New Message, New Email  and other system alerts performed on your android.

 

 

ringdroid1.JPGfreesign.jpg

 

 

I've created several "NIFTY" ringtones using the exact portion of the song I wanted by

    1. Starting the application

    2. Load the mp3 from my library

    3. drag the start and end gray sliders to the specific location in the song.

    4. Preview and adjust the gray sliders until the prefered clip is highlighted

    5. Save (I like saving my custom ringtones with the rt_ prefix ie. rt_Calling All Angels)

         This way, it helps group all of my custom ringtones together when viewing in file explorer.

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Android Market Rating:

Number of Downloads to-date and 5 Star Overall Rating

ringdroidrating.JPG

 

 

I've found the best ringtone app for the android device is none other than:

 

R I N G D R O I D

 

Create your own custom ringtones from mp3s you have saved on your android device. You can also create custom Notification Alerts and assign these to events such as New Message, New Email  and other system alerts performed on your android.

 

 

ringdroid1.JPGfreesign.jpg

 

 

I've created several "NIFTY" ringtones using the exact portion of the song I wanted by

    1. Starting the application

    2. Load the mp3 from my library

    3. drag the start and end gray sliders to the specific location in the song.

    4. Preview and adjust the gray sliders until the prefered clip is highlighted

    5. Save (I like saving my custom ringtones with the rt_ prefix ie. rt_Calling All Angels)

         This way, it helps group all of my custom ringtones together when viewing in file explorer.

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Android Market Rating:

Number of Downloads to-date and 5 Star Overall Rating

ringdroidrating.JPG

 

 

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I think Ringdroid is something that would be helpful to me. I have songs that have my favorite parts in them, but I can never find a ringtone to have exactly that specific part. This would probably work very well.

I'll add this to my download list, as well as Elixir or whatever the name of that other cool app was.

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I think Ringdroid is something that would be helpful to me. I have songs that have my favorite parts in them, but I can never find a ringtone to have exactly that specific part. This would probably work very well.

I'll add this to my download list, as well as Elixir or whatever the name of that other cool app was.

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+1 on the Ringdroid. Although I am sure I recommended it before here "somewhere".

I don't use it very much myself because I have all the custom ringtones I want already and HTC has a ringtone trimmer built in to their phones.

The one thing I do like about the application is it creates the same folder structure on the SD card that the android system defaults to looking for when loading the ringtones.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :smileyhappy:
+1 on the Ringdroid. Although I am sure I recommended it before here "somewhere".

I don't use it very much myself because I have all the custom ringtones I want already and HTC has a ringtone trimmer built in to their phones.

The one thing I do like about the application is it creates the same folder structure on the SD card that the android system defaults to looking for when loading the ringtones.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Wild Banchi wrote:
I think Ringdroid is something that would be helpful to me. I have songs that have my favorite parts in them, but I can never find a ringtone to have exactly that specific part. This would probably work very well.

I'll add this to my download list, as well as Elixir or whatever the name of that other cool app was.


Oh WB, this is the coolest app! You'll find yourself very excited of the customization this app provide.  Anndroid154 mentioned it in a recommendation earlier in the string, but I couldn't locate it or any screenshots posted.  Sorry Anndroid154 if I double posted.  I know we corresponded here a few times about this app because I think we found out that the other uses it.

 

Hope you don't mind the additional post otherwise..

 

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Wild Banchi wrote:
I think Ringdroid is something that would be helpful to me. I have songs that have my favorite parts in them, but I can never find a ringtone to have exactly that specific part. This would probably work very well.

I'll add this to my download list, as well as Elixir or whatever the name of that other cool app was.


Oh WB, this is the coolest app! You'll find yourself very excited of the customization this app provide.  Anndroid154 mentioned it in a recommendation earlier in the string, but I couldn't locate it or any screenshots posted.  Sorry Anndroid154 if I double posted.  I know we corresponded here a few times about this app because I think we found out that the other uses it.

 

Hope you don't mind the additional post otherwise..

 

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Ann154 wrote:
+1 on the Ringdroid. Although I am sure I recommended it before here "somewhere".

I don't use it very much myself because I have all the custom ringtones I want already and HTC has a ringtone trimmer built in to their phones.

The one thing I do like about the application is it creates the same folder structure on the SD card that the android system defaults to looking for when loading the ringtones.

Hi Anndroid154, yes you did recommend this app and either I downloaded it after your recommendation or had it and we talked about how useful Ringdroid is.  Ive tried to locate the message number in this folder but couldnt find one with the link back to the market, etc.  So, thought it wouldnt hurt to repost with some screenshots. I wish i could edit the entry but its passed the 15 min window.  I would definitely post your name in the write up


Ann154 wrote:
+1 on the Ringdroid. Although I am sure I recommended it before here "somewhere".

I don't use it very much myself because I have all the custom ringtones I want already and HTC has a ringtone trimmer built in to their phones.

The one thing I do like about the application is it creates the same folder structure on the SD card that the android system defaults to looking for when loading the ringtones.

Hi Anndroid154, yes you did recommend this app and either I downloaded it after your recommendation or had it and we talked about how useful Ringdroid is.  Ive tried to locate the message number in this folder but couldnt find one with the link back to the market, etc.  So, thought it wouldnt hurt to repost with some screenshots. I wish i could edit the entry but its passed the 15 min window.  I would definitely post your name in the write up

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Edited by pamelaz on Oct 20, 2011 at 9:08:53 AM

Revisiting

 

 

BUSINESS CALENDR (Call Reminder)

 

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I came across the need to schedule call backs at work and needed a way to cut the time looking up the callback number  .  Simply adding the phone number to the BUSINESS CALENDAR Agenda, the scheduled pop-up  reminders displayed on your screen contains the callback number as a hotlink.  Click and call.  No need to browse your Contact List .   

 

 

Fig 1: BUSINESS CALENDAR (Pop-up Reminder with call number hot link)

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Fig 2: Dial pad activates and call is made.

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Revisiting

 

 

BUSINESS CALENDR (Call Reminder)

 

businesscalendar.JPG

 

I came across the need to schedule call backs at work and needed a way to cut the time looking up the callback number  .  Simply adding the phone number to the BUSINESS CALENDAR Agenda, the scheduled pop-up  reminders displayed on your screen contains the callback number as a hotlink.  Click and call.  No need to browse your Contact List .   

 

 

Fig 1: BUSINESS CALENDAR (Pop-up Reminder with call number hot link)

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Fig 2: Dial pad activates and call is made.

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Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Very festive, Ann154! :smileyvery-happy:

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Very festive, Ann154! :smileyvery-happy:

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Ann154 wrote:
Hehe!

http://m.androidcentral.com/let-skulls-fly-across-your-screen-halloween-skulls-live-wallpaper

Cool!! It makes me want to get one of those Androids....:smileywink:

 




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Ann154 wrote:
Hehe!

http://m.androidcentral.com/let-skulls-fly-across-your-screen-halloween-skulls-live-wallpaper

Cool!! It makes me want to get one of those Androids....:smileywink:

 




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Here are some free apps which I find very useful for my android:

 

 

* Where's My Droid - Helps you find a lost phone by texting a keyword to make it ring or make it use GPS to locate it.

 

* GoLauncher and GoSMS - Customizes the phone interface :smileyhappy:

 

* Advanced Task Killer - kills apps running in the background

 

* Do it Tomorrow - a  to-do list app

 

*Kakaotalk - IM app :smileyhappy:

Here are some free apps which I find very useful for my android:

 

 

* Where's My Droid - Helps you find a lost phone by texting a keyword to make it ring or make it use GPS to locate it.

 

* GoLauncher and GoSMS - Customizes the phone interface :smileyhappy:

 

* Advanced Task Killer - kills apps running in the background

 

* Do it Tomorrow - a  to-do list app

 

*Kakaotalk - IM app :smileyhappy:

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Straight from the Androidcentral.com Editors' weekly app reviews and just in time for Halloween. The best part is that one version is FREE!

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.gentlemandroid.android.CreatureLite
Probably from mobile, maybe. :smileyhappy:
Straight from the Androidcentral.com Editors' weekly app reviews and just in time for Halloween. The best part is that one version is FREE!

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.gentlemandroid.android.CreatureLite
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Whew! That's creepy! :smileyvery-happy:

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Whew! That's creepy! :smileyvery-happy:

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I have been using this app recently to help track the planet positions in the sky. Jupiter has been exceptionally bright lately.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.stardroid
Probably from mobile, maybe. :smileyhappy:
I have been using this app recently to help track the planet positions in the sky. Jupiter has been exceptionally bright lately.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.stardroid
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Looks cool, Ann154. You're doing a GOOD job at trying to make me get myself an Android Smartphone. :smileywink:

 




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Looks cool, Ann154. You're doing a GOOD job at trying to make me get myself an Android Smartphone. :smileywink:

 




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If you do end up giving in Dcookie, Android is definitely the way to go! :smileyvery-happy:

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If you do end up giving in Dcookie, Android is definitely the way to go! :smileyvery-happy:

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Wild Banchi wrote:
If you do end up giving in Dcookie, Android is definitely the way to go! :smileyvery-happy:

Oh, I KNOW!! I don't want an iPhone. :smileywink:

 




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Wild Banchi wrote:
If you do end up giving in Dcookie, Android is definitely the way to go! :smileyvery-happy:

Oh, I KNOW!! I don't want an iPhone. :smileywink:

 




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If you said that to AT&T, Dcookie, they'd think you were with the wrong carrier... :smileywink: :smileyvery-happy:

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If you said that to AT&T, Dcookie, they'd think you were with the wrong carrier... :smileywink: :smileyvery-happy:

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Edited by Dcookie on Nov 3, 2011 at 4:31:08 PM

Wild Banchi wrote:
If you said that to AT&T, Dcookie, they'd think you were with the wrong carrier... :smileywink: :smileyvery-happy:

:smileyvery-happy: I like to be able to get at my battery when I want to. :smileywink: Ya know, it's nice to be able to LOOK at it every now and then..you never know when it's going to go bad, RIGHT?? :smileywink:

 




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Wild Banchi wrote:
If you said that to AT&T, Dcookie, they'd think you were with the wrong carrier... :smileywink: :smileyvery-happy:

:smileyvery-happy: I like to be able to get at my battery when I want to. :smileywink: Ya know, it's nice to be able to LOOK at it every now and then..you never know when it's going to go bad, RIGHT?? :smileywink:

 




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