We're all running on caveman software...
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These links appear on the latest Woolworths statement.
Last edited by rph72; 23-02-2012 at 07:52 AM.
NavFree, works perfectly offline as it downloads all the maps for your selected countries to your device, its 161mb for SA, updates about every 2 months.
looking for work-out apps to track stuff like distance, calories etc
.... and thanks for all the fish.
Looking for youtube downloader app. Seems Tubemate has been canned.
Edit: I managed to get the apk file some where.
Last edited by Fuma; 08-03-2012 at 09:05 AM.
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TuneIn Internet radio. It has a car mode as well (which I haven't tried yet).
If anyone hates Rian as much as me, you can always tune into Tony Blewitt on Mix FM in the mornings. I'm interested in TuneIn as Darren Scott's Ballz Internet radio starts on 15 March and is supposed to be available on this app.
Last edited by BigAl-sa; 11-03-2012 at 03:07 PM.
I just found the best keyboard for me.
Its called A.I.Type.
Very customisable and I love the keyboard size drag adjustment feature. I luuuurv it!
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I bought SwiftKey X after hearing about it on several Android podcasts (mostly Android Central). I have a Xperia pro, with a hardware keyboard - that I'm not using so much any more. I still use it for longer emails, etc. but for short stuff the software keyboard is excellent. It predicts the next word based on your writing style, and I find myself just tapping words after a while. No typing required.
SwiftKey X Keyboard
One man’s crappy software is another man’s full time job. Jessica Gaston
For Network apps I cant live without:
WiFi File Explorer
The app creates a server on the network that allows you to upload, download and delete files on your phone via a web browser so any device on the network could easily access your device.
Also the transfer speeds are very quick, just a few seconds per mp3
Without a winking smiley or other blatant display of humor, it is impossible to create a parody of Fundamentalism that SOMEONE won't mistake for the real thing.