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"Must Have" Phone/Tablet Apps?

Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by OkStateFan, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. nuphoria

    nuphoria Loaded Pockets

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    I was a Dropbox user but they just changed their user agreement. I recommend checking that out if you use it - they can use your files essentially. Not cool :(
     
  2. dimeotane

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    On android:

    Google listen
    AK notepad
    Voice Recorder
    Wifi Analyser
    Tapatalk
    US Army Survival Guide
    Sipdroid
    GPS Essentials
    K9 Mail
    Cam Scanner
    ConvertPad
    GasBuddy
     
  3. iacchus

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    Look into Spideroak. I made a thread about it a few days ago. Seems to be a fine candidate to replace dropbox if you are looking for something. Definately more secure.
     
  4. Fighting Shibas

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    Tapatalk is a must. Just wish all the forums I frequent were available. Weather eye gets used daily as well.

    Sent from my Milestone using Tapatalk
     
  5. Circle of Owls

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    Dropbox has updated their terms of service twice since that original update to clarify and restrict any possibility of abuse on their part. More here:

    http://lifehacker.com/5819430/should-i-be-worried-about-the-change-to-dropboxs-terms-of-service

    The short version is that they can only use your files in order to do what you are asking them to do for you - store them and allow you to retrieve them. They appear to be doing the right thing here, IMO.

    I'm going to recommend for Android:

    Arcus Dictionary (available offline)
    Clinometer
    ES File Explorer
    GO Weather
    Note Everything
    Pulse (news reader)
    SMS Backup & Restore
    Google Maps with SVOX voices
    Tasker (allows programmable events based on system parameters)
     
  6. cj797

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    I agree with Yelp. I use it extensively while out of town and it has saved me from going to some real crummy places. In fact I ignored the reviews of a couple places two weeks ago, and at both places the food was horrible.

    I also like AppBox Pro, Geocaching, Tom Tom (Because Hertz's Neverlost sucks), Logmein, MiWi (jailbreak app), GasBuddy, and most of all mSecure.