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Old 08-02-2010, 09:42 AM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Those of you with Droids, post up your favorite apps here. Or list all the ones you have.

Always looking for new ones.

I will list all mine:

Using terms you would use to search it in MARKET.
Android Light Saber
(just so I could dual with my iPhone buddy and his saber lol)
Babel Fish: SPanish
(awesome translator)
Bump
Color Flashlight
Compass by Snaptic
Craigsnotifications
(awesome Craigslist app, does searchs for you. Make sure you set it to only once or twice a day otherwise it will check every 15 minutes and drain your battery)
Dialer One
(replacement for the stock dialer)
Droplets Free
(game. Decent)
Google Earth
(never use lol)
Ebay app
Google Sky map
Handcent SMS
(recommend. Awesome replacement for texting)
IMDb app
iTag for tagging music
Kindle reader
Layar
(Cool but never use)
Live Scores
(awesome sports app)
Lotto Picks
MixZing
(music player, better then stock but still not amazing)
Notes
NPR News
OpenSudoku
PhoneFlicks
(Netflix app)
Quick Settings
(power widget to turn things on and off)
Ringdroid
(Create Ringtones from music)
Schottgun
(Shot gun, lame. lol)
Shopsavvy
(Bar code scanner)
Tetronimo
(tetris clone)
The Great Land Grab
(awesome game)
Weatherbug

Paid apps: 0
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Old 08-04-2010, 12:57 PM
 
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Thats a lot of apps. I have a lot of soundboards from movies like dumb and dumber and such. I use the MR herbert voice from family guy for incoming text messages and stuff like that. I have NFL mobile, droid system info, The great land grab(i think you are the one that got me into that one), mp3 downloader, world war, treasure digger, and thats about it.
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Old 08-04-2010, 04:16 PM
 
Location: Cary, NC
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Evo
All Free:

Amazon
Adobe
Call Confirm
Calvin and Hobbes
Compass
App Sharer
Dictionary.com
Facebook
Foursquare
Google Sky Map
Group Text
Mail Droid
Mortgage Basic
NY Times
Package Tracking
PdaNet
PDF Viewer
qik
Three Stooges Soundboard
Twitter
UltraChron Lite
WordPress
Yelp
Zillow


I found out that if you download enough apps at one time, you can lock up an Evo....
And, just downloaded and installed Froyo today. Want to see what that does for me.
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:22 AM
 
Location: Greenville, S.C., USA
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For flickr members, I recommend the FlickrFree app.

My overall favorite app is Google Earth. I am thrilled with the very easy and useful web and contact integration.

For Christian reading, I love CadreBible.
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Old 08-05-2010, 07:29 AM
 
Location: Greenville, S.C., USA
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Of course I also am a huge fan of the Pandora app.
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Old 08-05-2010, 08:36 AM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Evo
All Free:

Group Text
Check out Handcent, Mike. That was my main reason for looking for a new SMS app... to be able to send group texts. It allows that and has a really slick interface.

Also agree with Pandora. I have been a member since it started and now I can listen to Pandora in my car. Finally.
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Old 08-05-2010, 08:45 AM
 
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Wifi Analyzer - find and config the networks - very easy to use and looks good.
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Old 08-05-2010, 10:45 AM
 
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Just grabbed wordfeud(scrabble)

Pm here if you want to play. There is no time limit for games which i like.
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Old 08-05-2010, 10:59 AM
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Location: Tyler, TX
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HTC Evo...

Apps I use regularly:
Android Banking
Digital Recipe Sidekick
Documents To Go
Dropbox
Remote Wave (for listening to voicemails sent to my email)
The Great Land Grab (not really "into" it, but I check in almost daily)
android-vnc-viewer (VNC [remote PC control] client)
My Movies for Android (DVD collection management)
Moon Widget
Google Maps
Battery Widget
Roboform Bookmarklet
Ultimate Holdem Timer (poker tournament timer)
NASAImages (NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day)
Google Sky Map
Replica Island (great game)
Foursquare
OurGroceries (shopping list app)
Barcode Scanner
TIKL (push-to-talk app)
WeatherBug
ASTRO File Manager

Apps I use occasionally, or just installed and haven't fully checked out yet:
HotelPal (finds nearest hotels, orders by lowest rate)
HomePipe Free (remote access to home PC files)
yxplayer (video player)
Mobile SMB Trial (for connecting to Windows shares)
OrbLive Free (trial of the android client for Orb [remote access to media stored on home PC])
Taskos To Do List
Facebook for Android
Simple Tip Calculator
My Tracks (tracks where you go, can be viewed online)
Amazon.com
Zillow Real Estate
Ping (network utility)
What Zip Code? (handy zip code mapping utility)
Shopper (google)
Movies (Flixter)
Startup Cleaner Pro (manages startup processes)
Slacker Radio
eBay
AndFTP (FTP client)
Connect 4
Twitter
Yelp
CSDroid (clear sky clock viewer [astronomy app])
ConnectBot (SSH client [networking utility])
Gmote (remote mouse/keyboard app for home theater PC)
WhoisCheck (networking utility)
Facebook Touch
PdaNet (tether phone to laptop for internet access)
Signals (reference for communication signals [10 codes, morse code, etc])
Slot Machine
IMDB
c:geo (geocaching app)
Scanner Radio (listen to police/fire/etc scanners)
Solaris (shows impact of solar activity on earth [magnetic storms, auroras, etc])
Iridium Flares (when/where to view)

Apps installed but don't use and should probably uninstall:
Layar Reality Browser
Fever Poker Free
Notes
Pinball (not very responsive)
Spanish Translator
U.S. Presidents
Springpad
Real Blackjack
Tweeps Around
LogMeIn Ignition Beta (remote PC control; need to uninstall and maybe buy the full version)
Poker Odds Evaluator
State Capitals
US States Quiz
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Old 08-05-2010, 03:31 PM
 
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trapster for speed traps. Will work better once more droid people get it. Its used by people reporting where speed traps and checkpoints are. So far so good. I suppose it depends on where you live though.
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