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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolBug View Post
    For Network apps I cant live without:

    WiFi File Explorer

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...lorerPRO&hl=en

    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
    For this I use AndSMB.
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    My must haves include:
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    - AdFree
    - DroidWall (FireWall)
    - ChainFire 3D
    - jKay Deluxe
    - ProxyDroid (Phone connection Proxy)
    - SD Maid
    - Diagnosis (It gives real time on screen diagnosis of your phone, for testing, very cool)
    - Set CPU
    - ShootMe (Screenshots and screen casts like a boss)
    - Root Explorer
    - SixAxis Controller (Use PS3 controller as a controller for your phone, YES ;D )
    - Titanium Backup Pro
    - Terminal Emulator
    - Onavo (Data watcher)
    - Hackers Keyboard (works wonderful in Terminal)
    - Speed Test
    - Team Viewer
    - WiFi File explorer (browse my phone files over WiFi)
    - WiFiKill

    These are the best and most usefull apps ever that I NEED on my phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tariq786 View Post
    My must haves include:
    -
    - AdFree
    - DroidWall (FireWall)
    - ChainFire 3D
    - jKay Deluxe
    - ProxyDroid (Phone connection Proxy)
    - SD Maid
    - Diagnosis (It gives real time on screen diagnosis of your phone, for testing, very cool)
    - Set CPU
    - ShootMe (Screenshots and screen casts like a boss)
    - Root Explorer
    - SixAxis Controller (Use PS3 controller as a controller for your phone, YES ;D )
    - Titanium Backup Pro
    - Terminal Emulator
    - Onavo (Data watcher)
    - Hackers Keyboard (works wonderful in Terminal)
    - Speed Test
    - Team Viewer
    - WiFi File explorer (browse my phone files over WiFi)
    - WiFiKill

    These are the best and most usefull apps ever that I NEED on my phone.
    Thanks for posting them with links to where they can be found... as well as brief description, just like everyone else did....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon7 View Post
    Thanks for posting them with links to where they can be found... as well as brief description, just like everyone else did....
    why cant u just look on the market. if a poster is on a phone its pretty daft to expect links as well. if you interested, do the leg work yourself..

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    Quote Originally Posted by akescpt View Post
    why cant u just look on the market. if a poster is on a phone its pretty daft to expect links as well. if you interested, do the leg work yourself..
    You are not helping either (also pretty daft). This post was not about doing legwork in the first place! The OP started a one stop thread to help people to get to the apps easily. If you (or anyone else) can't post links with your phone, then wait until you can get to a laptop/pc. Tariq786 can still link to the market and still give a brief discription of the apps. If he does he will indeed be helping others and post in the spirit of this thread!

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    Anybody have a suggestion for a good SSH client? I'd like to be able to connect to our work server and access files on it remotely.
    In South Africa even the information superhighway has potholes in it.

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    To all those complaining that I didn't give links, meh. Besides I was on my phone when I posted that list. If you want to find each app it's fairly simple.

    here's how:
    highlight app name
    copy
    go to google
    paste in search box
    enter
    ???
    profit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Anybody have a suggestion for a good SSH client? I'd like to be able to connect to our work server and access files on it remotely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tariq786 View Post
    Thanks, I tried that. Looking for something a bit more along the lines of winscp though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Anybody have a suggestion for a good SSH client? I'd like to be able to connect to our work server and access files on it remotely.
    AndFTP - https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ysesoft.andftp
    .... and thanks for all the fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tariq786 View Post
    To all those complaining that I didn't give links, meh. Besides I was on my phone when I posted that list. If you want to find each app it's fairly simple.

    here's how:
    highlight app name
    copy
    go to google
    paste in search box
    enter
    ???
    profit
    Dont mean to derail but what is the point of you posting then??

    Quote Originally Posted by Park@82 View Post
    Edit: Guys, I will be incorporating your post into the OPs. If you don't mind try to keep the format similar i.e. App Name with link embedded and a short description.

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    Agreed, posting from your phone is no excuse for not doing it properly. Its quite simple, if you can't do it rite, don't bother doing it at all.

    Don't go doing half a job and then come back with some cocky "your lazy" response, the points not for us to find it easily, its for the OP to include in the main, easy to find without scouring pages, list without him having to hunt down a dozen app links on the market.

    The idea is to build a large, complete list on the first page, and its a pretty good idea that only works if people come in with a proper attitue and offer valuable help, unlike you. If everyone had your attitude the idea would not of gone past the first few posts as it would of simply been far too much effort for OP to actually maintain.

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    Calculators

    Scientific

    *Handycalc great free calculator that also include currency conversion, unit conversion, graph with with automatic suggestions
    Scientific Calculator Free scientific calculator with large buttons.
    RealCalc A fully featured scientific calculator that doesn't look like it was slapped together.
    Calc+ A scientific calculator that transforms depending on horizontal/vertical position.

    Financial

    *RpnCalc Financial Best fin calculator in the market (Paid)
    12C GOLD Modeled after the HP gold series. (Paid)
    12C PLATINUM As above but modeled after the Platinum model. (Paid)

    Graph & Stats

    *Andie Graph a TI 82, 83, 83+, 85 and 86 emulator. You need to download the rom from your existing device or if you search for TI-RomPack you should find a tpb file. Unfortunatly the ROM's on TI site does not work with this one.
    Graph 89 You can get the ROM directly from TI's website at the link found here
    Screenshots of above running on HTC Desire HD


    Widgets

    Calculator Widget from Spiritiz Simple widget calculator (Free)
    *Calculator Widget from Asparagus Programs Best widget calculator with themes and scientific functions included (Paid)

    PS: if you think the Ti-89 is a pretty bad ass calculator wait till you see this puppy (Yes that is a calculator on 'roids)
    As normal the * apps are the ones I use and recommend.
    .... and thanks for all the fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CranialBlaze View Post
    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.
    mine were 108mb. for rsa.
    dunno if I am wrong , but would like to see my location , without any route.

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