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- App review for T-Mobile Green Perks
- Posted by kcooper11 August 23, 2010
- Recommended for Budget Hawks
Much slicker app from t-mobile than I expected. Lots of good partners for some great discounts.
I have tried online radio streaming apps on phones since windows mobile and none have ever matched this one! I have to say it's even easier to streaming music than it is on my computer! I love the fact that it's appealing, its intuitive, saves favorites by pressing a cool + circle shaped button and my most favorite feature TAGS! When you like the track that it's playing just press TagMe button and it saves the track information! than I just later go and get it via other means :P
I think this potentially can replace your satellite radio, if you have one... :P It did for me! :)
I got this app a while ago and it's good for a little bouncing-cow-alien break once in a while. Fun to play and simple (just tilt the phone to move the bouncing cow) but hard to beat! I'm not a huge video/computer game fan, but a round of Abduction is exactly what I need sometimes.
love this app.. always tons of people online chatting... keeps me enteretained whenever im bored. good for chatting with ppl near you
I love this app. I have a big library and desperately needed a complete listing somewhere. Scanned 350+ books already, very quickly using the barcode scanner. Export to CSV requires the paid version, $1.99 as of this writing.
Cons: It often misidentifies older barcodes, the only saving grace being that the older codes usually mistranslate into one of a half-dozen titles. Not a big deal for me.
Quick and fast. Tried it on an item I didn't think it would find. Found it in less than 5 seconds. Would highly recommend this App.
Read the webcomic of "romance,
sarcasm, math, and language" right on your Android phone. Read vertically or horizontally. The horizontal view is nice. UI is a little clunky and slow to load.
Read the webcomic of "romance,
sarcasm, math, and language" right on your Android phone. It's a little buggy - not all the comics showed up - and it would be nice to be able to share on Facebook and Twitter right from the app - but it's a joy to read stick figure comics that most geeks can relate to.
...great, but it doesn't stand out.
Kobo is the new guy in the eReader game, and as such is still experiencing that mother of all limitations - an inferior library. Other than that, it's pretty much hand-in-hand with the Nook app, although Borders readers may find this more convenient for sync purposes. It also offers the clever night/day reading option, but fails to allow sideloading the way the Kobo hardware does.
I like Pandora SOME of the time, but I can't get over how much this drinks my battery (even when I am not running the widget) and how it STILL has not figured out that I don't want to hear anything by Rascall Flatts, EVER, even on my country station. I thumbs-down every one of their songs every time, but they always come back. It could use a little work as far as how it creates the stations, I think.
This app is a cute way to add photos to your checkins on Foursquare or to Twitter if you don't do any other location services. Snap a pic and then you can choose where to send it, and you can caption or tag before doing so. It will automatically check you into the place on Foursquare too, if you want, so there's no need to use both apps when you send a picture.