Clsampy: It is a social that let you scan your bottles of wine, providing you all sort of information as well as reviews.
It is packed in one of the most beautiful UI on android. I just love every bit of it.
Grafeo: Since last sunday, I have been playing with SuperBeam. This application takes advantage of the relatively new technology called Wifi Direct (or WiFi P2P) and allows you to connect the devices to each other instead of requiring you to be...
logantauranga: I've started using OneNote recently and it's actually good. The first version for Android in early 2012 was bad so I was put off for a while, but now it's better and I use it to sync between my home PC, tablet, and phone.
I prefer it...
stokholm: A niche app, I know, but worth a mention non the less. FlightRadar24 has a few more features and a few more planes. But this app is much faster and much better looking. More planes to come (I am told).
Imabusyman: a very pretty app that came out with a very inventive way to give reminders based on locations. I've been using it for some weeks now and it works well but is not very precise sometimes. It also a bit limited in managing the reminders.
LexAurum: I've gone from Swiftkey to Kii, but I hated that the keyboard would take up almost half the screen. Decided to try out Minuum, and so far I'm loving it. It takes a while to get used to, but now I can pretty much mash on the screen.
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Kiicek: It's beautifully designed, it provides video animations which show an actual human doing the exercises, it gives you voice tips on how to do those exercises as well. I started a daily workout routine because of this app!