Archive for November, 2010

Best Android Calendar App

November 30th, 2010

Gemini Calendar is fantastic

Gemini Calendar offers a huge array of useful options for planning your schedule. It’s popularity in the market speaks for itself…4.5 stars, 1380 ratings and a market leading < 250,000 downloads...makes Gemini 'The Calendar App to Get'. Please support the Developer with a donation. This is a FREE app that could easily sell for $5.00 or more.

Main features of the Gemini Calendar:

* easy data entering with innovative data input method,
* comfortable month view with easy, instant access to the events,
* events recurrence with intervals of x days/weeks/months/years,
* configurable data and time format, first day of week,
* active links in event details (WWW address, phone numbers,emails and map),
* multiple reminders ( up to 8 ) can be added to a single event,
* recurrent events can be set according to the days of week (separately selectable Mo, Tu, We etc.),
* new event can be added with relation to the call log of your phone,
* new event can be added with relation to the phone book of your phone,
* ‘go to date’ dialog in the Month/Day view lets you switch the current date using the same input method as in Add New Event,
* three different shortcuts for the launcher:
o Add normal event,
o Add event from log,
o Add event from book,
* day widget,
* copy & paste events,

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Ultimath is The Ultimate Math App for Android

November 24th, 2010

Solve problems with your Android Phone

Ultimath is an app for Android that allows you to get answers to tricky math problems. This app offers a slick, simple interface that will get you solving problems in no time.

Some Ultimath functions include:

    Quadratic Formula
    Temperature Conversion
    Number Converter

and a few more.

Ultimath is the creation of Sam Voss…who is currently a junior in high school!

Hey everybody, I’m Sam, and I’m the developer of Ultimath, your source to all of your math needs, constantly being updated more and more! Because this application is now out of Alpha/Beta, I’ve created a post here, I will continue to update this post, as I do my updates, and I would love to hear what everybody has to say, please follow me on Twitter:

* @lifeinjava

I have found a small fascination in twitter, I love it, and it is a great way for me to tell everybody/get suggestions from people and everyone is able to see what’s going on with the application, although shooting me an email ([email protected]) has never hurt anybody.

Alright, so about me: I’m a 16 year old Junior in high school, so I obviously live with my parents, my best friend and I are in love with Android, both love to develop, and never try to stop learning ( I look for EVERY opportunity ) and I would love to go to San Fransisco this next year (2011) to the Google convention.. yeah so all’n’all love Android, in Google code-in, not sure what I would like to do for this, as I don’t know most of this, but its an experience!

For many more screen captures, please visit Ultimath over at

…or jump in and grab the app now!

Android Keyboard ThickButtons

November 23rd, 2010

A Unique Android Keyboard App

ThickButtons keyboard replacement for Android uses a prediction engine to enlarge the letters you’re most likely to type next. This is a unique approach to making the onscreen keyboard easier to use. People with bigger fingers and possibly longer fingernails may find it easier to hit the correct keys.

Source: Lifehacker

Angry Birds Peace Treaty

November 22nd, 2010

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