First thanks being o.k. with my bringing my 5 year old on, Andrew to
the last meeting.
He does want to become a "Junior WLUG member".
For that reason I did not contribute much to the android meeting.
Below is a summary of my favorite apps, some were mentioned Wednesday
and some were not.
All are listed with a $ sign if they had a cost.
I am a cheapskate so it had to be pretty good for me to fork some over.
Favorite Android Apps
I leave these three running....
Llama (rules based phone control)
Llama lets you define an "area" by the local cell phone tower ids
You can then set logic based rules based upon location and/or time
Juice Defender Free
Swiftkey Keyboard $ 1.99
Aqua Mail Pro (for *all* e-mail accounts) $ 4.95
SugarSync - 5Gb of Cloud Sync (works like dropbox but sugarsync's
android is better )
I sync hourly when on WIFI only.
Sync documents and all cell photos with my desktop and laptop.
Will do digital photos and also files!
I use this for favorite PDF files of magazines, and owners manuals
for complex items.
PowerAmp (for playing MP3 and podcasts ) $3.99
10 band Equilizer is very handy for podcasts with hiss (just drop
high and low frequencies down)
Elixir2 (system info)
Elixir2 Widgets (allowes more and smaller home page icons in widget)
Elixir2 Personal Add On (smaller widget icon to include a contact person)
DW Contacts and Phone and Dialer (this one does SO much, I mainly
like the visuals on contacts & dialer)
Astrid - Task list which syncs to website account
Pocket - store web pages for later offline reading
ConvertPad Convert units & currencies
Bubble Find "Level" in multiple directions
RealCalc Sci Calculator
UltraChron Stopwatch or Countdown Timer
AlarmDroid Simple Alarmclock
Librivox Download audiobooks from public domain (usu. 50+ years old)
A cool app for kids stories (Aesop's, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland..)
Wifi Analyzer (scan for WIFI)
FoxFi (create a portable hotspot)
c.Mobile Craigslist Client
Dolphin Browser (big & pretty browser & add ons)
I sync my Firefox desktop favorites with xmarks.
Handcent SMS - quick & easy text messages
Allows customization of fonts and other item I like.
YouTube - browser like for Youtube but better/smoother control
aCalendar free - better interface, but still uses Android calendar data
I sync aCalendar to my gmail calendar and use it for schedule.
X-plore File Manager - handles files and photos locally
X-plor also does dropbox/sugarsync/googledrive and ftp
Once you get "files" to Android with SugarSync, I then need:
Adobe PDF viewer
Kingsoft Office very good office suite for viewing and editing
Ham Radio & Radio Geek stuff:
Repeater Book (listing of ham repeaters based upon your location)
EchoLink (connect to radios & repeaters around the world via Internet)
Scanner Radio (streams audio from scanners worldwide - incl Worcester
F & P & EMS)
Time Wasters / Games
Flipboard - random news
Plague Inc (like risk but you are trying to infect/kill world)
Dead Trigger (FPS to shoot zombies)
Andoku 2 (soduku app)
Pandora stream generic music