- [DEV] Hello to all the wonderful Android developers ! I'm a 16 year old developer and here's my first "major" Android app.
- [Dev] Call Puppy - almost-launch promotion
- International fax app for free?
- [Dev]Notification Hub - Smart Notification inbox
- What's the best lightweight android browser in your opinion?
- Which is your favourite CyanogenMod theme?
- Best news app?
- Um excuse me messenger but, what?
- [Sale Price][Dev] 15 Minute Workout Sale, $0.99 (from $4)! 100 free keys!
- Google now weather card missing icons
- Need help Finding an app from Youtube Ad
- Voice Notetaking App (aka Keep) but Offline
- Is there a Calendar App for Android TV
- [DEV][Promo] 100 promo codes for "True Flashlight" - Physical Volume and Power buttons Toggle Flashlight, even with screen OFF. Fastest way to Start flashlight!
- Old Instagram app link?
- How can I replace stock android download manager with other download managers?
- [Sale][dEV] KAIP - Material Icons $0.99 (from $1.40)
- Overtake : Car Traffic Racing,Overtake is a realistic 3D car traffic racing game
- App: Breaking News will be discontinuing service on Dec. 31st 2016.
- [DEV] phyphox - Physical Phone Experiments
- Auto scheduling app?
- Aptoide requesting root?
- Does SD Maid remove evercookies?
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 08:18 AM PST
submitted by /u/BrandtHunt
Hello to all the wonderful Android developers reading this.
First of all , I love Android ! It's an absolutely amazing OS. So this year I decided to learn some coding and create my own Android app . Believe me , coding is amazing . I published 2 apps on playstore earlier this year but they were a sort of "test apps". After learning a little more , here I'm with my first "major" Android app. Basically it's a Zombie Shooter game .. but with a twist , you've to solve different Mazes( pretty easy ones) and also shoot the Zombies .It's a Crazy Maze Action game.
Here's the link to the app :
One last thing which I would like to say ...
Happy New Year to all the great Android Developers out there . May 2017 be a great year for all of us !
Please try it ! Please.
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 04:16 AM PST
submitted by /u/northcoffee
I'm getting close to push the release button for a new tool-app. It's an app that logs your phone calls to Google Sheets / Calendar. Here's the description: https://www.uitcon.com/pages/callpuppy.html
Would be great if someone would use the app and provide a bit of feedback. The link to the play store is here: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.uitcon.callpuppy
And free promotions-keys are here: http://www.play-code.xyz/ShowPromotion?promotionId=1483099558388
I would be super interested in comments from native German speakers. Does the in-app German translation makes sense?
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 08:19 AM PST
submitted by /u/LeeSwaggers
Recently found out Bluemail (which I've been using some time) is not very secure, some even said they sold your data and kept the connection to your mailbox if you stop using it....
So I started looking for another one, and I have tried some, for example k9, which is not very good in my opinion.. (Sorry). So can someone tell me if Droidmail is what I need?
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 07:18 AM PST
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 01:36 AM PST
submitted by /u/lifelogging
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.emberify.notificationhub Notification Hub is an inbox your notifications. It is a smart manager, for all your apps notifications prioritised in a single place. You can also keep Android's Notification Drawer clean by hiding notifications for select apps. Also, get a notification summary widget. Features: - All your apps notifications prioritised in one place - Hide non-important notifications from Android's notification drawer - Get a notification summary widget - Graphs & Analytics for your notifications - View notifications by place, time & priority
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 08:53 AM PST
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Posted: 29 Dec 2016 12:35 PM PST
submitted by /u/DestroyAllBananas
Hi everyone! I wanted to make a fitness app for Android that just works. Not a lot of bells or whistles, just a simple app that users could do multiple times a week that would show them real results. With multiple levels of workouts users can come in from no fitness and leave feeling healthier and happier with themselves. If you would like to checkout my app, please visit it at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ca.marcusds.FifteenMinuteWorkout
EDIT: First 100 keys are gone, here are another 100! http://www.play-code.xyz/ShowPromotion?promotionId=1483053058082
Posted: 29 Dec 2016 11:36 PM PST
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 10:05 AM PST
submitted by /u/FuzzeWuzze
So i was watching Youtube in bed as always and saw an advertisement for an app i really want to try but cant find it anywhere.
Basically it was an app that seemed to congregate a ton of world news audio, tech news, gaming news etc and would cater it to the length of your daily commute. You could upvote or downvote particular types of stories. That's all i really remember except that it had a pretty stupid name. And i assume its fairly new.
All my searches for it come up with an old app that apparently Apple bought up in 2014/15 and then killed off.
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 10:00 AM PST
submitted by /u/fluxyou
I often come up with ideas for work while i'm driving and I love being able to shout 'ok google, take note, "xxxx"' all without touching my phone. The problem I have is the voice recognition portion... half of my drive is through an area with no internet whatsoever, so voice recognition doesn't work and it throws off the application. Anyone have a suggestion?
Is there a good note-taking program, or even one that will just store my audio, that I can use like Keep, all through voice? Obviously leaving something on doesn't work due to the amount of dead air and because I use my device for music/audiobooks as well. Thank you!
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 09:40 AM PST
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 09:22 AM PST
submitted by /u/brink_applications
Fastest access to flashlight!
Here is why:
That's all - most innovative flashlight you can get - get promo code HERE and unlock some premium features inside.
Please give some feedback or ask any questions in the comments. 4 or 5 star ratings in Google Play are very very highly appreciated! Thanks guys!
True Flashlight is here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brink.flashlight
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 09:06 AM PST
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Posted: 29 Dec 2016 04:16 PM PST
submitted by /u/221_pixels
KAIP, our Material Design icon pack was recently updated to its 4.0 version bringing a lot of new stuff, check it out.
It has 1800+ apps themed in case anyone is wondering
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 06:22 AM PST
submitted by /u/franceNasa1994
Overtake : Car Traffic Racing
Overtake is a realistic 3D car traffic racing game where you push powerful cars to their limit by driving with staggering speeds through dynamic traffic on endless freeway. Avoid crashing into other vehicles and overtake dynamic obstacles to get as far as possible while collecting cash and experience.
Visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.virtualsoftlab.overtake for more information
Posted: 29 Dec 2016 01:41 PM PST
Posted: 29 Dec 2016 12:56 PM PST
submitted by /u/DiConX
I am the developer of an app called "phyphox" at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany. Phyphox let's you use your phone's sensors for physics experiments. To do so, phyphox is not just a sensor logger, but comes with ready to use experiments (including data analysis), a simple means to remote control your experiment from a second device (laptop, tablet or another phone) and simple data export. You can even create your own experiments (including data analysis and a custom UI) or change and extend the existing ones for your own needs using the editor on our website.
Download and info on http://phyphox.org - It's free for Android and iOS.
Here is an example of measuring centrifugal acceleration by putting your phone into a salad spinner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLCf05Hc83Y
(I first thought of posting this in the TodayILearned-Subreddit, but after reading some guidelines I instead learned that self-promotion is frowned upon in most parts of Reddit. So, I hope I have found a spot where this post is welcome.)
Posted: 30 Dec 2016 05:21 AM PST
submitted by /u/guy_from_sweden
Hey, I was wondering if there is any app that can schedule things for me. Basically - I type in what I need to do and how long it takes as well as which days and when during those I am free to do said things. The app would then automatically setup a schedule given the info I gave it.
Does something like this exist? :)
Posted: 29 Dec 2016 11:15 PM PST
Posted: 29 Dec 2016 04:16 PM PST
submitted by /u/ScrivaniaApple
Hi guys, I purchased the pro version of SD Maid and I really like it. It seems like the best alternative to CCleaner we have on Android (since the mobile version of it does no app cleaning), but there's something that bugs me which I haven't found answer to on the internet. The main reason why I use CCleaner on my PC is the annoying and wide-spread practice of evercookies in today's web. In short, evercookies are the evolution of zombie cookies, cookies which regenerate themselves after you get rid of them in order to track you better.
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