31 January 2012

t0p 10 StRaNge Free Android Apps Jan 2012

T0p 10 StRaNge  Free Android Apps Jan 2012



Android Lovers Here is Gift For you,  List of 100 Free Apps and games  with Little Details



 Skifta


Skifta is the first software tool to be granted DLNA certification, meaning it turns your Android phone into an official DLNA device. This in turn means streaming all of your household media to your phone, and beaming your phone videos to your TV. Seems a little buggy at the moment, but there are plenty of updates arriving all the time. Requires Android 2.2 or higher.





Shareprice
Shareprice uses your login from financial site www.iii.co.uk to offer live share price updates on your Android phone. Watch your nest-egg lose 50 per cent in value every three weeks during the latest trans-global financial crisis, live! It's ideal for users with share values so low they have to be checked in private, to ensure their partner doesn't see exactly how much money has disappeared into some notional financial black hole.
Astrid Task /Astrid describes itself as an "open source" task list, which includes syncing support with www.rememberthemilk.com for the ultimate in minutiae management. You set a list of tasks and are then able to order them according to their importance - also setting off a timer to see precisely how long you've wasted on Twitter instead of doing the job in hand. It's basically the world's most complex and in-depth personal to do list, which, if used correctly, will consume more time than the tasks themselves. Ideal for expert-level procrastinators.










GvSIG Mini Maps


gvSIG Mini Maps is an incredibly comprehensive mapping tool which combines major online maps including Google, Bing, Open Street Map and more, which will win UK fans for one huge reason alone - it supports the official and recently open-sourced Ordnance Survey data. This means you're never more than a post code search away from seeing where you are in OS-level detail, which offers much more in the way of accurate local data than other map tools provide.

3banana Notes/ Catch Notes



3banana Notes/ Catch Notes


A simple note-taking tool that lets you sync those disjointed, late night thoughts you have together into one huge, incoherent database. If you have a Snaptic account you're able to sync the Android app with that too - or you can simply log in with your Google details for instant mobile jotting. Once written, notes may also be pinned to the home screen, creating a little post-it note-style reminder icon.


UPDATE: 3banana has undergone a name change and is now known as Catch Notes.




Last.fm

The subscription-based thrills of Last.fm open up a world of music streaming on your mobile. You have to 'buy in' to the odd Last.fm way of organising things and suggesting new music, but if you're easily led and not restricted by bandwidth it's a superb tool.




Winamp




Yes, the same Winamp from a decade ago. It's had an Android app for some time, with recent updates adding support for iTunes, Mac syncing, plenty of music streaming options, new release lists and Shoutcast integration for radio support. It's a fine, free media player.


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4 comments:

  1. useful and informative post :)
    - Shanoj

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  2. Yes I agree with you that technology makes man life too easy and people have to required it every step of their life to make their task. So it can indicate how man are totally dependent on the technology.

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  3. great list prepared...these set of apps can make your smart fone n you along with it more smarter...select your apps wisely n live smartly:)
    I would like to add an application known as Mintm here as it is really worth for shopping as it adds value to your shopping n doubles your shopping experience.
    Mintm

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