admin · May 30, 2011 at 08:11 am

Newsplat with Caplat – 30 May – XDA TV

In today’s episode of the Newsplat with Caplat on XDA TV, Sam talks about the new and fun Relationship Analyser app, which takes all of your SMS text messages and runs them through a series of algorithms to determine what your relationship is with any given person; An entertaining app called Ghosttown, which uses the YouTube API, allowing you to listen to any music by any artist on YouTube; A very creative app called Simple Text, which allows you to design and create your own text-only icons, for use on any launchers or themes; A few of the most interesting portal articles and we see how Sam amuses himself in his room. Click on for the episode!

Note: Sam is having issues importing images downloaded from XDA Developers into his editing program. Please forgive the lack of photo evidence of any or all subjects within this, and previous, videos.

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Relationship Analyser app
YouTube API Ghosttown app
Simple Text app
Interview with Pof
Transformer overclocked


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