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Android: Senti Wayk may be the last alarm clock you ever download, assuming you're willing to pay $2 USD for it. The app wakes you gently with a tone that starts off quiet and gets louder, and lets you snooze the alarm by speaking to it or waving your hand over the proximity sensor. When you do get up and dismiss the alarm, Senti Wayk will speak the temperature aloud to you, show you your calendar for the day, and gets you up to speed with a few news feeds. Senti Wayk's snooze feature is probably the most interesting thing about it: when the alarm goes off, you can speak aloud "snooze for 10 minutes," and the app will respond, aloud, "snoozing for 10 minutes," so you can go back to sleep.
We've discussed how to speed up and refresh your Android phone before, but at the end of the day there's only so much you can do at one time to give your device a boost. Cosmos, a new app from the team at Support.com, aims to change that. Cosmos rolls privacy protection, battery management, and junk file removal all into one easy to use tool that promises to keep your phone safe, snappy, and responsive.
Android: If you aren't impressed by the feature set of Android's default phone calls, Ultimate Call Screen HD will add a ton of new features to your calls, including full-screen contact phoots, a call blocker, and the ability to reject a call by turning the phone face-down. The features of this app are almost too numerous to list, but if you use your phone to make phone calls (you know, that thing it was originally intended for), it's a must-have. Not only does it let you assign full-screen pictures to your contacts (something Android should have done since the beginning), but you can also put together an advanced blacklist for blocking certain callers, as well as use a number of sensor-based actions that let you reject calls just by turning your phone face-down. If you buy the $3.99 pro version, you can also add different themes, set calls to mute or speakerphone using sensor-based actions, and more.
I'll come right out and say it: I'm not a big fan of Instagram. And no, it's not because iOS users have had their underpants in a wad over the Android release , but because for me, it really doesn't live up to the hype. (Their new privacy-invading terms of service makes them pretty unappealing, too). Here's why, and more importantly, here are some just-as-good alternatives for Android users (and some for iOS users too!)
Android: Android users looking for access to Instapaper have a few options—none of them official—but most of them essentially attempt to clone the iOS app or serve as a pretty way to present the web page on a small screen. That is, until now: Papermill is a new Instapaper client for Android that's fast, looks great, and gets the job done. Papermill is $3.99 at Google Play, and requires an Instapaper subscription ($1/month) to use. Even though the app will set you back a few bucks, it works well, and brings a simplicity to Android that none of the current free options, including InstaFetch or EverPaper, currently have. Once you have the app installed, just log in to your Instapaper account and tap to view the articles you've saved, complete with images, all laid out in the perfect size for your screen.
Android: Our favorite ereader for Android , Aldiko, rolled out a tablet version that spans the entire display and is tweaked for reading ebooks on a larger screen. The layout is much more landscape friendly if you have it in landscape mode, and best of all, it's still completely free. The new version is still missing a few features, but it comes with all of the features of the phone version laid out in a tablet-friendly format.
Gravilux lets you draw with stars: it’s a combination of painting, animation, art, science, and gaming. As you touch Gravilux's screen, gravity draws simulated stars to your fingertips. You can tease and twist the particles into galaxies, or explode them like a supernova.
About CardioTrainer CardioTrainer is a free application for Android smartphones that lets you track and record all of your fitness activity. Get CardioTrainer! Open the Market app on your Android phone and search for "CardioTrainer".
Android: Weather apps aren't exactly the most interesting category of utilities, but every now and again an app comes along that's really worth downloading, and 1Weather is one of them. It combines good looks, sharp animations, an intuitive UI, and all the features you would expect in a weather app, all for free. 1Weather isn't big on boxes and menus. You can tap the icons at the bottom of the screen to switch between the current conditions and the forecast, or just swipe right to left to move between screens. The app picks up your location automatically, and shows you the 7-day forecast, radar map, local weather alerts, even nearby weather-related tweets and photos from your area. You can add multiple locations if you travel often, and display the current temperature in the status bar (and the full forecast if you pull down the notifications panel), switch units to whatever you're comfortable with, and toggle notifications for severe weather alerts.
Her er de ti bedste nye spil til din smartphone samlet, så du ved hvad du skal bruge de mange små pauser og ventetider på Der findes et hav af spil derude til din smartphone, men vi har nogle favoritter, som vi meget gerne vil dele med jer. Det er dog kun til Android og iOS, da Windows Phone først nu er ved at komme efter det, men vi synes stadig der mangler lidt.
Android: Readability has always been a great way to strip articles of their web formatting for easy reading, and now you can extend that convenience to Android. You can save your articles from anywhere, and read them offline on any Android device—no ugly ads or web formatting in the way. Following its recent iOS apps , Readability brings its offline, text-only reading to Android. Like other read-later apps, you can save articles to Readability right from your browser, strip it of its formatting, then read it offline on your mobile device. Readability's a little late to the game, with apps like Instapaper and Read It Later already well established in this sphere. Readability's main advantages are that its completely free and available on a different set of devices, including the Kindle—two features that Read It Later can't claim.
Description " UberHype is your Social Music Discovery app for The Hype Machine !" uberHype is an unique way to discover new and popular music being 'blogged' all around the world and stream it directly to your android devices. From indie genre to electronica, the uberHype app will help you find anything and everything that will tingle your musical taste buds. All the music here is tracked and aggregated by The Hype Machine platform whose goal is to empower independent voices that write about music.