Ah, mullet humor... it never grows old.
If it works correctly this could be a great and popular app. Listen to music, podcasts etc. and don't get disturbed unless it's a truly significant/loud sound that demands your attention.
This home screen replacement, UI skin and shell is quite expensive compared to others out there, but offers a lot of nice features and looks really good.
Learn to spot liars with this scenario based app. Categories include body language, micro expressions, types of liars, and speech. And remember, the closer you are to a person, the harder it is to tell if they are lying.
An excellent resource based on the work of Paul Eckman. Practice your expression recognition with a short quiz. How well do you know happiness, sadness, contempt, anger, disgust, fear, and surprise? Highly Recommend!
This is a very informative palm reading app. It includes both fingers and palms. Analyze your heart, head, life, saturn, apollo, and mercury lines. Just answer six questions comparing your hand to the choices on the screen. Mine was pretty accurate.
Tibetan "singing: bowls are used as a signal to begin and end meditation, almost like a bell. This app has twelve different choices of sound. Highly Recommend!
Scan your book's ISBN and have immediate access to GoodReads reviews as well as the prices. This is great for keeping track of your own books, creating bookshelves and creating a to-read list right on your phone.
You can even add your favorite quotes from the book (great for students) as well as make any notes right from the app.
According to some of the reviews on here from last year, Aldiko's been updated because now it does have a shop, in addition to being able to upload your own pdf on to it. What really stood out for me was the options for adjusting font, color, brightness, margins and font size (along with a couple other options).
A free alternative to the Goodreads App, this version of the Yet Another Good Reads Android Client needs some work. If you want to see your 'To-Read' on the go, it's fantastic. Otherwise, not really worth the download.
As an avid book reader, I'm against e-readers but when one of my best friends published her first book as an e-book, resistance was futile. That's why I love the Kindle app for Android. I can read her book, and many others, without having to invest in an e-reader.
I'm a blogger & love LOVE my Google Reader. I wasn't disappointed with the Google Reader app for the Android but not sure if I could use it daily. It's handy to have the blogs I read with me on the go for the commute though.
I don't usually lend out books but wanted to give this app a try anyway. You can add your books into your library and if it's 'checked-out', you can make notes to remind yourself of the who & when. Cool idea, especially if you do book swaps but that's not the best part.
I was a little turned off by the idea of having to input every single book I have into the 'library'. Then, once the app was installed, I realized that I have the option to "Add My Barcode".
*Cue happy dance*
Needless to say, it's a great way to keep track of which books you have. It may even prevent you from impulsively buying that book you already had but forgot about.
Keeps you informed for everything you load onto your phone and you can check it on your own if you feel you need to.
Beacause it is difficult to solve these teasers mentally, this game develop the spatial imagination. It is worth saying that some cases are not solved by me from the first attempt. So I like it.