Cool wallpaper, looks great on a tablet. Touch the fish and they flee.
If you're still a fan of Domino's, you'll find this app to be very handy when you want to order a pizza for delivery.
HangApp is a great new app that allows you to simply put the phone on its face once you are done talking, and the call will disconnect.
It is really intuitive, and easy, and releases you from the need to press a button or touch (or look at!) the screen when you want to hang up a call.
Wearing gloves? Your hands are dirty or wet? Holding a baby and need both hands right now? No problem. You just put the phone on its face, and HangApp will disconnect for you.
It will also play a sound that will tell you the call indeed got disconnected. You can customize that sound - there are some really cool ones you will enjoy!
This is pretty neat. You can create up to 16 Sims, give them homes, pets, etc. and take care of them, all for free. Beware though, you'll have to download a whole heap of data before you play.
MrSeamail invites you to his crew!!! I play everyday and I gift regularly! Items and energy not stamina or gold! This is very addicting and fun! Use code N2U5V9 and receive a reward!
Don't forget to add 1wretchedwrench, ScrappyTam, Captain_Red_Bull, Seawitch319, and Buck_neer to your crew!
This app will help you find the nearest gas station as well as provide you with the price at each specific station so you don't have to waste money.
With this App you get a less bias report of what's really going on in around the world, not just what the local news tells us, hoping that we don't have apps like this. I love being able to read the news happening worldwide.
AudioGuru is great for people who need more than just the simple controls that are available in the base ROM on most Android devices.
One of the things I really like about this app is that the widgets are clean looking and easy to setup and use. I also really liked the scheduling feature in this app, and I've been eyeing the pro version which allows you to setup different "schedules" for days that I am in the office and days that I am home.
If you're looking for an app that will help you setup schedules for your ringer / notification sound levels, give this one a try.
Cool for basketball lovers. Play virtual reality basketball games in your local area.
It is a good and fast app to reach your favorite writer. I recommend this one for newspaper opinion section readers
A simple and beautiful Thanksgiving greeting on a red and orange background with leaves and yellow sparkles.
Iris seemed like the coolest looking app from all the ones I downloaded on my search for the best Siri-like application for the Android OS.
Looks can be deceiving however and this app is really only worth a good laugh.
When I asked Iris to "send a text message to FirstName, good morning!" it went through the motions correctly and got the whom and what I was trying to send correctly but no matter who I sent a text to I got an error "Error 0: Bad number" even thought the number was correct for the contact. While the text showed up in my sent messages correctly it never did reach it's intended audience. I tried this with multiple contacts with no success.
The second test I did was to ask Iris for "Directions to the nearest Starbuck" and this is where it got interesting. Now you'd expect that it would open maps and try to send me some place poorly phrased or maybe even to the nearest Starbucks as intended. Nope, it flat out asked me "Why do you want it?" Uhm.... excuse me? So I replied "because I want coffee" and it replied "no."
So I guess I don't get coffee today because my AI Personal Assistant wants me to suffer..
Needless to say, this application has some flaws and unless you're into being told what to do, you should maybe try out on of the other apps on the market until this one has a conversation with an exorcist.