Enabled GPS on my phone and could tap Bars on the touchscreen and a list would pop up with distance, reviews, and a map to the location.
Posted on 12/22 3:42 PM | IP: Logged
DO NOT download Paper Toss, it will share private information about you with 3rd-party advertisers
Essentials for Android: ASTRO Advanced Task Killer Barcode Scanner GasBuddy Google Voice Lookout (security) The Weather Channel Yelp
Nice, but not necessary: Battery Widget FXcamera Frostwire GPS Essentials Google Sky Groupon Handcent SMS Pandora Qik (stream video) Scanner Radio Shazam Skype SportsTap TuneIn Radio USAToday Where's My Droid
best Twitter widget is Seesmic eBuddy will combine Google/MSN/Yahoo/facebook chats Fring allows you to do video calls (on iPhone its called Facetime)
This post was edited on 12/22 3:50 PM by Mystery Donor
Though, I've been stuck on 6-12 for about two weeks now and have almost given up.
Posted on 12/23 10:45 AM | IP: Logged
ADW Launcher Android Agenda (great calendar widget that syncs with Google Calendar) gTasks (syncs with Google Tasks) Google Goggles Barcode Scanner Lookout Astro File Manger Chrome to Phone
Z4Root (for rooting Droid X and other assorted Droids) Titanium Back-Up (gets rid of crapware and backs up apps and data)
Posted on 12/23 10:58 AM | IP: Logged
All these apps needs my face on 'em...
The Comcast Infinity app I just got has potential too.
PS Express is handy.
Talking Tomcat is fun with kids or drunks. iSamJackson is a waste because it's all prerecorded. Would be awesome if it worked like TomCat.
Two most frequently used are Weather Channel and ESPN ScoreCenter
...And let's hold a moment for the Chipotle app....
Posted on 12/23 10:58 AM | IP: Logged
Pandora, Directv, euchre, where, metromix, Twitter, facebook, flixster, the chive, zynga poker
Posted on 12/23 11:02 AM | IP: Logged
...on my DVR with my ipod. Not to mention the fact I can set up recordings and listen to voicemail.
Xfinity mobile + the Xfinity VT app are where it's at.
Posted on 12/23 11:14 AM | IP: Logged
NOOK (only makes sense if you have 1 though) Yelp - must have Open Table - must have Flashlight - if you have an Incredible, you will be amazed at how bright Last.fm DIRECTV Astrid Task/Todo List - used it often Zillow Alarm Clock Plus - good one Mini Info - good one Picasa Tool Pro - if you use Picassa Pandora - must have Doom Live Wallpaper - because the IPhone can't do it Mario Live Wallpaper - because the IPhone can't do it Facebook Yahoo Mail Google Maps Pogoplug - get one Chrome to Phone Kayak Wifi Manager Slacker Radio Dropbox - get it Google Sky Map - lots of fun Shazam Barcode Scanner - need something like this SportsTap - must have Angry Birds - duh Wheres My Droid - hope I never have to use it Amazon MP3 Bonzai Blast - good game Compass Profile - have to get this if you are used to a Blackberry Andoku Sudoku Awesome Drop - useful PdaNet - use your phone's data plan for your computer for free! Ringdroid Astro File Manager SlingPlayer - to watch IU games while traveling ShopSavvy Barcode Sound Manager GMail Unread Count - useful Any Cut - useful Gauge Battery Widget - much nicer looking battery display GPS OnOff Wifi OnOff SilentMode OnOff Bluetooth OnOff Personal Notes - P0rn
Posted on 12/23 11:32 AM | IP: Logged
the XMas Advent calendar has just 2 more levels to beat, but of course you cant unlock them til Midnight (Pacific time!) of their respective date
On the regular version I'm currently on 5-3, had to start over from 1-1 last week due to new phone. I've lost a lot of sleep trying to beat certain levels
Posted on 12/23 11:44 AM | IP: Logged
I'm frustrated enough with the regular version.
I'm sure 6-12 is pretty easy, though I can't seem to figure it out. Frankly, I'm not sure I want to invest more time in it either.
Its pretty simple... you use it like a walkie-talkie and then it goes to the recipient in the form of a text notification. Once they open it, they hear it. If the app is already open, it just auto-plays the voice message.
Its not realtime like a phonecall, but that has its advantages. For example, I was having a conversation with a buddy of mine while eating lunch... which allowed me to chew and swallow my food, and formulate a response in my head before replying. and its much faster than texting, plus you can detect the tone of their voice (important for sarcasm).