Keep em safe
- App review for Warranty Hotel App
- Posted by flopsygoose August 29, 2012
- Recommended for Shopaholics or Budget Hawks
Great way to keep track of all those paper invoices, warranties, receipts, etc. in this electronic, paperless age.
Zombie games are a dime a dozen, but this one is at least a bit different because it's a neat, twisted take on the classic Oregon Trail game.
Pops lets you personalize your alerts with great looking videos and animations so you can have a different fun experience when receiving messages from each contact. I lets you create a POP from your family or pets photos and videos and even send a POP to your friends.
It got free GIFs, Funny memes and lots of fun animations (Cats! Yay!)
It's teh only app that will make your iPhone friends jealous with your Android phone!
Android has good potential, but it's so annoying when an application clearly crashes or is hogging all your resources, and you need to go through the long process of finding the kill app button in the settings. With this, you can multi-kill all the apps or some of the apps running and be done with it. It's a must for Android, probably can be improved, but this is the free version, so I assume the pro version has better features.
I played this game a few years ago, it's pretty cool. I honestly didn't like the controls, but, it's free and it's pretty cool to use. Usually when I play this game, it's because I don't have anything else to do, or because I'm stuck on a plane. Again, it's free, nothing to lose. Plus if you're a developer, there's a really good talk on the making of this game from Google I/O.
I'm a developer and I'm always testing my apps with different internet connection configurations. I found this app to be really useful. You can switch to 3g for a specific period of time. So if I'm maybe in a low wifi area where I know wifi isn't going to work I can turn it off for half an hour and it'll auto turn back on after the timer.
It's good as a database of things around you. But, it's really missing opening times or at least a link to a more info web page to help google the opening time. I guess it does have a contact number for the store/shop, but I'm a bit of a recluse when it comes to phone calls. Close but no cigar in this case.