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Discussion in 'Technical Board' started by Nettdata, Dec 1, 2009.
The answer to the above question is, it's not legal.
Gadget PR0n on Attack of the Show rates all of these, so I will link many things right now...
Samsung Droid Charge
HTC Droid Incredible 2
Sony Xperia This is the Playstation phone...
Looking for a chess game on Android similar to Words with Friends where I can play against a specific person. Tried a few already and none really lived up to their billing.
.. in America.
GasBuddy. Uses your current location to provide you with current gas prices at filling stations within a certain distance of you and allows you to update the info if the price has changed. Pricing is weird by me with differences ranging from .10 to .25 cents per gallon (a big difference when you're filling a 25 gallon tank). Some stations are always higher than others, but when a price increase happens, it's not simultaneous at all stations so this let's me find the nearest station that hasn't boosted the price yet.
I just got into the smartphone world and have no clue where to even start. I've looked through this list for ideas and got your basic Facebook, pandora, sports scores, local news and stuff. Anything really good out there that I should know about?
Re: Re: iPhone / iPad / BlackBerry / Android Application Reviews
Flipboard is a good news app, Tapatalk for forum browsing.
For streaming music check out Songza. Better playlists and no ads every other song.
Yelp for restaurant/business reviews.
TheScore for sports.
Bacon Reader for Reddit.
If you have a big bank they likely have a mobile app. I have Wells Fargo for checking/savings/CC. Paying my credit card bill is as easy as transferring money between accounts.
Just a few of the ones I use daily.