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Author Topic: What are some must have apps/widgets on an Android phone?  (Read 87620 times)
« Reply #60 on: July 26, 2010, 02:03:46 am »

Check out's a speech to speech app that's better than the stock one.  It even does translations.

Can't put this phone down    Cool
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« Reply #61 on: July 26, 2010, 02:57:40 am »

Yea Edwin speech to speech assistant is a pretty nifty app

Edwin Demo
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« Reply #62 on: October 05, 2010, 09:17:04 am »

Astro: file manager.    alchemy: game. Angry birds: game.  cestos: online game. Snesoid with rombuddy: super nintendo emulator. Jet Vd: download youtube videos in various qualities.  Fabook Chat: facebook chat app.   Live Holdem: online Texas holdem.
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« Reply #63 on: October 08, 2010, 08:14:35 pm »

I agree that Tune In Radio is a great app and it's free!
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« Reply #64 on: October 30, 2010, 12:24:50 pm »

Airplane Mode Wi-Fi: A free app that enables wifi when phone is in Airplane Mode

Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't get why you would need such an application? If you want your phone in airplane mode, you shouldn't be using WiFi anyways. If you want to use WiFi but not the phone (why have a phone) then just turn off your ringer and mobile data (easy to do through settings on the One)

besides, I have many friends who are Pilots. None of them shut off their phones when they're flying (except maybe to turn off the ringers to save from distractions). From what I have been told, the reason airlines want you to turn off your phone/electrical equipment is not because of the possibility of interference, but because they want your full attention during take off and landing.

Just a guess, but a lot of people seem to be using airplane mode at night to silence ringers and preserve battery life. I'd be more likely to believe the app is to supplement that usage rather than using wifi on an actual airplane. (But I could be wrong!  Grin)

Well I think that's good for people who travels to other country and wants to utilize the One as anything but a phone. I guess people want be sure they're not gonna get a ridiculous bill when they get home. Not sure about the whole thing but I'd like to try it when i get back home this december.  Let you know by then. hehe Smiley
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« Reply #65 on: October 30, 2010, 03:20:34 pm »

dropbox. gotta have dropbox
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« Reply #66 on: October 30, 2010, 05:27:39 pm »

Isn't edwin supposed to "dial" a phone if you tell it to? Stupid Edwin did nothing for me when I first opened it. It just sat there staring at me no matter what I said. I think I cussed at it too since I was driving and IT was supposed to help me. I had to pull over and switch to vlingo.
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« Reply #67 on: October 30, 2010, 07:05:41 pm »

I'm going to uninstall it. But first I'll do the review in appbrain. vlingo worked perfectly the first time I used it. I don't know where I said this but if the app doesn't do what it says the first time, I have no patience for it. There's just too many other things out there to be messing with something that doesn't work as it's supposed to.
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« Reply #68 on: October 30, 2010, 11:04:23 pm »

For me I have three, Rom Manager, Titanium Backup, and NFL Mobile. Smiley
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« Reply #69 on: December 06, 2010, 05:45:04 pm »

I like the GroupMe group text messaging/group conference calling app  Smiley
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« Reply #70 on: January 06, 2011, 10:53:37 pm »

I just recently found Elixir.  It has numerous sized panels that you can chose from, and use multiple.  You can add apps to the widget, but Elixir makes them smaller, so you can fit more icons per cell.
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« Reply #71 on: March 19, 2011, 03:57:36 am »

The HTC One X is AT&T’s first foray into 4G data, and the carrier picked a very nice package for the debut. The One is beautifully constructed with high-grade materials, and it shows the world that the Captivate wasn’t just a fluke — AT&T is seeing the light and getting on board with Android in a big way.

With its recent release, we made the list of 10 apps, which are the best among Android Market for HTC One X. These apps will make your life easier in countless ways. To install these, click on the name of the app. This will take you to detail posts of those apps where there are detail guidelines for installing with market link and QR code.

1. The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel for Android adds new features – voice search, type-ahead and an all-new navigation bar among others – while still encompassing the enhanced features of its original version, including fully customizable weather maps, animated radar maps, detailed weather conditions and forecasts, severe weather alerts, and a notification bar with the current temperature and severe weather alert indicator

2. Springpad

Springpad is a wonderful organization and productivity tool. The Android app syncs with the service on a cloud, where you can access your items on a great deal of devices including your computer. Springpad is very customizable allowing you to organize things in many different notebooks. Notebooks can consists of tasks and notes. A task can contain a note, which can contain text, images, videos, links, files, or even other notes. Depending on how deep you want to organize your items, you could have a note within a note within a note.

3. Slacker Radio

Everyone talks about Pandora, but Slacker Radio is where it’s at. With a much larger song library, you’ll get more songs you like, and hopefully some you haven’t heard before. Station creation is also much more customizable, as you can choose a starting artist, but then it also suggest other artists that you might like based off that artist right away, making sure there are more songs you like right off the bat, instead of having to go through many songs you don’t like until the station starts to only play songs you like.

4. Pulse News Reader

Pulse is a great free RSS feed reader that syncs directly with your existing Google Reader account, allowing for seamless reading between your computer and your Android device. With a grid based design, Pulse is easy to use and aesthetically pleasing. It even formats all items for reading on mobile devices, so you’ll never have to deal with words hanging off the edge of the screen in the browser again.

5. Go SMS

GO SMS is the best alternative SMS app on the Android Market, and it’s free. There are quite a few different skins available for the app, including one that clones the iPhone’s messaging view. GO SMS has all the features of the default messaging app plus many new features, including customizable fonts, customizable colors, and customizable backgrounds, as well as the previously mentioned skins. One of the greatest features of this free messaging app is the pop up window, which allows you to read and reply to messages without going to the app’s interface. You can then quickly text people back without losing your place while reading a blog article in the browser.

6. TuneWiki

TuneWiki is a Next Generation Social Media player; it promotoes a social network that allows users to add, edit and synchronize lyrics to audio and video files in all languages; and displays location based charts and maps of music played around the globe.

7. Movies

Movies, a free Android app provided by Flixter, is the best app on the Android Market for finding movie times and ordering tickets. It does just what you would expect it to, providing showtime for movies for theatres near the location you specify. It also allows you to view high quality trailers for the movies. If you want more info, it even provide IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes links for reviews and more in-depth information.You can even see what movies are nearing release in theatres as well as those that have been recently released on Blu-ray and DVD.

8. Zedge Ringtones & Wallpapers
Zedge is a free app that allows you to browse and download all of the mobile wallpapers and ring tones available on The library is huge, and it’s hard to find a search that won’t turn up any results. It is the best ring tone app and the best wallpaper app on the Android Market, and it’s all in one. With the favorites option, you can even come back later and download something you liked but wanted to use later. Downloads in this app are very fast, and you can set your wallpaper, ring tone, or notification tone right inside of it.

9. Silent Time Lite

Silent Time is a great app, but is still rather unknown. It comes in both free and paid versions, but the free version has basically everything you need. This app is perfect for students or business professionals. This lightweight app will put your phone into silent mode based on the time rules you set, which is basically like setting up your Google Calendar. You can also choose whether or not to have vibration enabled during these “silent times”. With this app, you won’t have to worry about your choice ring tone blasting off in the middle of class or a meeting.

10. Ringdroid

Ringdroid is great for anyone who wants a custom ring tone from a music file. By default, the Android Operating System allows for mp3s to be used as ring tones without any modifications, but you can’t choose when during the song they will start. Ringdroid allows you to cut up your music file, and choose which part will play for your ring tone, so now you can hear your favorite part of the song when your phone rings, where ever in the song that might appear.

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