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Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by sklnxbones, Jul 17, 2010.
Oh, i have that one! SetCPU! Brilliant little app.
I just added JWMD Icon Changer V2.8b for Windows Mobile 6.5, & I'm making the HTC HD2 Leo into a blacked out style phone...
[APP][WM6.5]JWMD Icon Changer V2.8b for Windows Mobile 6.5 (Sorry only XDA members can download this App):
I run a scalable kernel on my droid. It runs at 800 MHz most of the time and goes up to 1.2 ghz when needed.
My fav app is a scummVM emulator. This isn't going to phase 99% of the people here.....
Blackberry 9650! Fitted with a screen protector and carried in the BB case (had an Otterbox Defender but didn't like it).
BerryWeather, Quick Launch, Flixter, Evernote, Google Mobile, Shazam and OurGroceries. All the native apps work like a champ.
Best phone I've ever owned.
Love my I phone 3gs.
Just added a few more super good Apps:
Cookies Home Tab, so now I've got an Iphone style home screen with programs, contacts, & ect tabs...
Good old "BomberMan 94"...
I have an LG Ally (android) for my personal phone (nothing fancy, apps-wise), and a Blackberry Storm as a work phone.
The Storm is OK, it's got its share of bugs... fortunately it's free
i've got a nokia x6, got loads of apps but the only usefull ones are adobe reader, mini opera 10 (a web browser, much better than the basic nokia one) and viewranger (a map software that uses os mapping) apart from that i've got a couple of games and novelty apps (like a spirit level)
iphone 4 with some basic social networking apps and some games and some utility apps. some apps actually cut down my edc system.
HTC HD mini with ozzy explorer and sygic.
I have a G2
Advanced Task Kill
Business Calendar (by far the best cal app on android)
I have an old 'pay as you go' Sony Ericsson with no apps,nothing, and I don't use it very much at all - it's just a phone that comes in handy now and again. Not much into all that phone stuff!
With T-mobile carring a Rooted MyTouch Slide
GPS and Googe Maps programs on board
Astro File Manager
convert pad unit converter
google sky map
iPhone 4 32GB. I have been an iPhone user for years so I don't know if there is enough served space to list all the apps I have downloaded. My most used are:
A Spanish translator for my son's homework
I have 60 or so others installed.
Motorola i1. (Android OS 1.5) IDEN local network, 8gb microSD. I chose this phone (well indirectly, it was a bday gift) to retain my PTT.
The phone comes preloaded with google apps like Gmail, Maps, Talk & some other technical ones (for functionality?). I have added Hancent (SMS/MMS), Jorte (Calendar), The Weather Channel (for the weather, lol), Facebook Mobile Web app & Facebook standalone app, Divi clock (secondary clock+widget), Barcode scanner (just thought it was neat), Dictionary.com, Dropbox (file syncing between mobile & pc), Gtasks (to do list+widget+sync w/google tasks), Lookout (Security+backup), Moron Test and YouTube app.
I have a Droid X that is by far the best phone I've had to date.
Advanced Task Killer - Regardless of what others have to say, ATK has helped my battery life and performance tremendously
Angry Birds - Gotta kill time somehow
ASTRO File Manager - Allows me to easily manage the files on my phone
c:geo ~ geocaching for Android - Haven't used much but plan to when it warms up
Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal - Heh, haven't used much either but the app and full website are very robust
Dolphin Browser™ Mini - Best browser available
doubleTwist Player - Best music player available
GTasks - Syncs with Google Tasks to keep me organized
Handcent SMS - Far better than the stock messaging app
IMDb Movies & TV - For when I can't quite remember some stupid fact
LauncherPro - Great home replacement app
Listen - Listening to podcasts
Lookout Mobile Security - I mainly use it for the remote wipe and find phone features
Math Alarm Clock - I have to do 3 math problems to snooze my alarm or 4 to cancel it, helps a ton
Power Control Plus (widget) - Great customizable widget
Pure Calendar widget (agenda) - More calendar stuff, mainly just pretty
Quick Profiles - Allows me to quickly switch between predefined profiles
Tapatalk Forum App - Helps feed my EDC addiction
TuneSync - Syncs iTunes with my phone wirelessly, must have
Urbanspoon - I enjoy good food
WallSwitch - Automatically switches my wallpapers every 15 minutes
Weather & Toggle Widget - Weather and clock
Everything above is just my opinion of course.
Samsung S5230-have downloaded a few games.And that's about it...I'm not sure weather or not I should activate wireless Internet on it...The prices are a little steep.Have also installed a microSD 2GB memory card and copied some music and other files on it.I like the built-in office viewer.
Weather, News Widgets
Advanced Task Killer
Yahoo Instant Msg
I have the HTC Evo and a few apps, The daily scripture bible app, the Tether app, Compass app, Survival guide app