Mechanical and mechatronics engineers may want a handy app to calculate data for drilling, milling and turning. If you're part of those, you might have searched the Play store only to give up after not finding anything useful. Fortunately, XDA Recognized Developer laufersteppenwolf found himself in that same situation, but decided to fix it by making an app to calculate what he needed. CutCalc is a simple calculator that makes tasks mechanical engineers need on a daily basis much easier,...
Keep Track of Your Purchases with PocketShopping
XDA member rublopez has developed a little shopping tracker, which allows you to keep track of purchases as well as to create lists of things that you need to buy on a regular basis. The app is designed with finger-friendliness and the look and feel of the iPhone interface. The app is also coded with multi-language support with installation in English and Spanish right out of the box. The app has been around for a little while, but it recently received an update to version 1.7, which includes a few important fixes.
Changes of v1.7
– Fixed: sometimes the checked products were not saved.
– Improved the look&feel of the dialogs (settings and element properties).
– Now it is possible to reset the shopping list for only the current shop.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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