NO NO NO
Do not get this app.
Completely locked me out of my phone.
A game you play with the motion sensors of your phone, how cool is that. Well it is cool for 2 minutes, after that, I got a bit bored and uninstalled the app.
Basically you have to follow commands that are displayed on your phone. The commands can be that you have to flip your phone or tickle a bunny on the screen. While at first I thought it would really keep me busy, just after playing the first few levels, I felt a bit strange. I was testing this app while commuting and people saw me flipping and hugging my phone. I guess they thought I was a mad-man!
The dev built a nice game for kids, not so much for adults. I passed my phone to my nephew and he liked it and played with it for a longer period of time however, also he got bored after a short period of time and handed back the phone. Nice idea, weak product. Next!
The ten-day free trial of this comprehensive fitness/health app is nice, but I can't justify buying a full version when something like Diet & Food Tracker does the same stuff just as well.
on my htc magic it doesn't start :
The application MyPhoneExplorer Client
(process com.fjsoft.myphoneexplorer.client) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
JUST LIKE THE REST OF THEM, CLICK TO CALL, I CALL ETC ETC.
THEY ALL SUCK COMPARED TO SKYPE AND THEIR PRICING.
CANT BE BEAT FOR THE 3 BUCKS A MONTH FOR SKYPE VS THESE JOKERS!!!!
VONAGE BLOWS SACK
To be honest, I'm not sure what this app is meant to do. It seems like a combo of an agile primer and a requirements meeting prop, but it's hard to find much utility in either category.
A text-to-voice reader spits out agile principles in a mechanical voice (which, by the way, is a total surprise if you aren't expecting sound), and there's a stopwatch-like "scrum timer," but neither of these seem to be very useful. The other tools, like the t-shirt size estimator, might be nice if they weren't on a phone -- maybe some teams are accustomed to holding up a show of phones during a requirements meeting, but it strikes me as awkward.
If you're a complete novice to agile development, this might be a jump-off point...I'm just not certain how interesting the methodology would seem after the mechanical text-to-voice descriptions. May want to grab an ebook instead.
This app needs a lot of work. While they do give info, everything is extremely annoying, hard to get to, and takes ridiculosly long. I wouldn't be surprised if it was just to get people stuck in the app so the ads last longer. Ridiculous. I would stay away until something else comes along. Come on guys, get this updates, one panel with all the trains, make it easy to select a train, make the widgest not slam into the top and cause havoc with my other icons. Why do I have to slide what seems forever to find my train , i don't even know which way to slide. If I slide left 4 times and its nto there, I have slide 8 times the other way , WTF! Not good at all. Go back to the drawing board.
Always appears whenever I load the app or try to get it to read my phone for my apps. Doesn't work right, except for the recommendations. I had to manually load all of my apps onto the website to get accurate recommendations.
Your dog might be your best friend, but chances are, she's not very great at posing for the camera. Wouldn't it be great if there were a camera app that could somehow calm your pet and coax her into facing the camera for a super cute photo? Yeah..this isn't that app.
The app description suggests that tapping the sound button will produce "your dog’s favourite sound," presumably with the intent of capturing her attention long enough for you to snap a photo. This would be marvelous if the sound produced by the app were a gentle squeak, or perhaps some approximation of the noise that a squirrel makes. The actual consequences of pressing this button are that a harsh barking sound is played, and the dog at whom this app is directed freaks out at said barking sound. By the time you're able to snap a photo (which is a challenge in its own right, as the shutter button doesn't seem to work as well as the one in the native camera app), your dog is blurring across the screen.
I suppose that if my dog and I ever become frenemies instead of best friends, I can re-install this app just to bother her (In other words? Not a chance.)
Clicker training may be an effective way to train a dog, but this app isn't the most effective way to click-train.
I like that there are three different click sounds to choose from, but none of the sounds are anything like the analog clicker device I use with my puppy. I'm of the opinion that apps designed to replace non-digital items ought to at least be as good as (and preferably improve upon!) the item they're modeling, and something just doesn't click (pun intended) with this app.
My puppy didn't respond to any one of the three clicker sounds, and my less-discriminating human ears perceived sounds that were more similar to camera shutter noises than click training devices. Since the clicker I use to train my puppy is small and unobtrusive enough that I can carry it around without it being bothersome, I can't stuffy replacing it with this app.
Same as the other World Clock with having difficulty finding Italy and Brazil time zones. Found Italy using CET, but no luck on Brazil. Again it's not user friendly. The world clock on the iTouch is fabulous.
Any Otaku will tell you that when you finally find a scanlation of your favorite manga and you can't even open it.... well, it's frustrating to say the least!
This thing is terrible. It suggested the same gifts for my husband and me... we are very different which is why it is hard for us to think of gift ideas. I'm sure there will be other apps soon much better than this.