POSTS TAGGED: market
Posted February 16, 2012 at 11:00 am by Conan Troutman
While its no secret that there are a multitude of alarm apps available on the market, some people, especially XDA members, like to have as many features as possible crammed into theirs. Our very own XDA Member malrok37 has added some pretty nifty features to his app.
It’s called MRKAlarm and as well as the features we would all expect to find in any alarm clock he has added some rather ingenious touches;
The option to define a period of time between the alarm being triggered and reverting to a state of silence.
The ability to sync with your google calendar. Handy if you have a day off or you work different shifts each day. Once your schedule is in your calendar and the app set up, it will know when you wish to be aw
Posted February 15, 2012 at 10:00 am by Jase Glenn
When it was first unveiled on the Portal a few weeks ago, Fireplace Market had started to turn some heads. Many feel that there is a need for an innovative, third-party marketplace for root users. All of the applications in Fireplace Market require root access, and are designed for advanced users. At the time of the original article, Fireplace was still in the initial stages of development. Not anymore!
Fireplace Market 2.0 has hit beta phase and it’s open for public consumption. The developer, spxc and his team have taken this application to the next level, and have even opened up their submission page for applications to be added to the market here.
To enjoy this new market, you’ll need an Android d. . . READ ON »
Posted February 10, 2012 at 02:00 pm by Former Writer
There are a lot of launchers out there. ADW, LauncherPro, Espier and GO, just to name a few. All these launchers have their own special set of features that make them unique from one another and most people who use them have their preferences.
Well, there’s a new launcher in town now and it’s boasting the unique feature of being the fastest launcher out there. XDA Senior Member lowveld has developed a launcher called FTL Launcher, or Faster Than Light Launcher. The launcher is fast and focuses on performance and usability rather than other features.
The complete feature list includes:
. . . READ ON »
- Based on Gingerbread Launcher2 source code
– Added stuff from oxygen Launcher2 mods
– Tweaked for e
Posted February 3, 2012 at 03:00 pm by Former Writer
Traveling the world is the dream of countless people from all over Earth. People from the west want to go east and vice versa. People from the north think about going south and vice versa.
As we’ve talked about previously, there aren’t many better apps than GlobeTrotter to use if you plan on traveling across this humble planet of ours and, with a couple of recent updates, it hasn’t gotten anything but better.
XDA Member wariat has been making as much progress as possible to make GlobeTrotter the premier app for travelers, with points of interest and language support for many countries. Very recently, wariat has added a huge update to GlobeTrotter, which includes even more languages supporte. . . READ ON »
Posted December 25, 2011 at 09:02 am by Former Writer
The game is called Flying Santa and the premise is quite simple. You play as Santa Claus and deliver gifts to all the good girls and boys out there. Sounds boring? Oh, it gets better. While delivering gifts you must be on the lookout for the monster who’s out to steal Christmas gifts. When you find this not-really-the-Grinch-but-the-game-plan-is-similar creature, you must thwart their attempts to take the gifts those kids spent all year working hard at not being brats to earn (and that you worked hard to deliver!).
If you’d like to know more and check out some scree. . . READ ON »
Posted November 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm by azrienoch
I was thinking about the HTC Rezound today. I do that sometimes–sit down and let my thoughts wander. I thought about its three-way fight within Verizon against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Motorola Droid RAZR, and how it will fare this Christmas season. I also thought about TrevE’s work on HTC’s astounding Carrier IQ screw-up. And I came up with a target market based on privacy and security to whom no manufacturer has managed to sell phones yet: the hopeless-paranoid.
See, on one extreme, there’s the non-paranoid. These people either think they have everything under control or don’t care if they have control. They’re the ones who buy crappy phones on contract. They hav. . . READ ON »