There are tons of choices to choose from when looking for a great alarm app for Android. While the stock Clock app for AOSP does the job, it may lack some of the more advanced features from competitors. Let us know what your favorite alarm clock app is for Android and why.
Send E-Mails Anonymously with Fake Mailer
With April 1st quickly approaching us, we can’t help but to start thinking about the different kind of pranks that we could potentially pull on friends, loved ones, or complete strangers (no one is exempt). Due to the large influence of electronic media and mass communication, we turn to alternatives like e-mails and such. But, how would one get around using a personal e-mail? Sure, making a new account would work wonders, but having to create it is a process that could take time out of your busy day (even if it is only 5 minutes or so). So, in the search of providing you with the needed tools for this epic day, we came across Fake Mailer by XDA Forum Member Rednasman.
Much as its name implies, the app will allow you to spoof your email address without the need of creating a new account. The e-mail recipients will literally not know what hit them. The app is currently in development and can only send 3 e-mails at a time, but it is bound to grow over time. One thing worth mentioning about this app is that it was developed for both Android and Windows Phone 7, so everyone can rip on the benefits of this no matter what platform they are on. This could very well be the prank generator that you were looking for to have on such special day. Take it for a spin and please leave some feedback for the dev.
By now I am presenting my own application ‘fake mailer’, with this mail application you can send anonymous mails to your friends. I did not build this application to do illegal activities. It’s just for the fun, and trolling your friends.
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