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  Reply # 659666 21-Jul-2012 19:36 Send private message

Name: Send to SD card

Price: Free

Store Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.gelin.android.sendtosd&hl=en

Description: Adds an entry to the share section, allowing you to save stuff to your sdcard

Comments: I found this a useful addition because I use Google Drive, which currently doesn't allow you to save a file locally.

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  Reply # 659691 21-Jul-2012 20:28 Send private message

Not sure if it has been mentioned...


MightyText

Install app. Install Chrome/firefox/IE desktop app and text from your browser.

Useful if you leave your phone at work - you can still receive/send texts OR if you really can't be bothered getting up to read the text if your phone is WAY over there on coffee table.

 

 



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  Reply # 675801 23-Aug-2012 09:05 Send private message

Songkick

Goes through your music and then lets you know if bands in your selection are touring in your area. You can select multiple places like Wellington and Auckland. Works really well and also lists bands in your area that may not be in your music list.

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  Reply # 675819 23-Aug-2012 09:39 Send private message

libra

Basic, what I could call a 'mans' health app.  Tracks weight, shows trends, allows you to set goal targets and calculates change required to get there etc.

No food or exercise components, just simple get up in the morning, weigh yourself and enter it.  Allows for sharing of graphs etc, quick and easy interface.  Free too, and $2 to disable ads, though they honestly don't appear on the screen resolution of my LG P500.



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  Reply # 675915 23-Aug-2012 13:19 Send private message

Crowbar: Not sure if it has been mentioned...


MightyText

Install app. Install Chrome/firefox/IE desktop app and text from your browser.

Useful if you leave your phone at work - you can still receive/send texts OR if you really can't be bothered getting up to read the text if your phone is WAY over there on coffee table.

Highly recommended!

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  Reply # 675924 23-Aug-2012 13:42 Send private message

yup I am a big fan of mightytext, and developer spent about 3 hours with me one day helping add a feature I wanted :)

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