We have already publish the tweaking your android Part I & Part II . If you have missed it then please read it. This is the third part of my previous post. Today I am presenting here some more apps that could make things even more interesting for the Android user. So lets begin.
With the difference between using a computer and a phone getting lesser each day, people are increasingly using phones as substitutes for computers. In this regard the last frontier that separates computers from phones is the ease of typing on the qwerty keyboard. So in order to help people to avoid learning how to type on a touch-screen keyboard, Swype has tried to tackle the problem by doing away with pressing each letter and letting you simply slide your finger over the letters you want. Its algorithms then identify the word you may have wanted to type and lets you choose between options if there is more than one possible combination.
CLOCK:ALARM CLOCK PLUS
It’s been a while since wrist-watches went out of fashion; now you are more likely to use the phone than a dedicated clock to see the time. Moreover, the clocks on your Android cell phones are no longer just time-telling machines, they achieve much more. Apart from the basic function, the most used feature of the Android clock is the alarm, which Alarm Clock Plus takes a couple steps further. A couple of notable features include the different systems of alarms: playlist, music, app launch, even math problems, and the ability to shake the phone to snooze or dismiss the alarm.
With the freedom that comes with Google you can keep your phone synchronised with everything in your Google account—including your calendar. A calendar is better utilised in your phone than your computer with instant access to event info and much more accessible alerts. Jorte, a personal organiser that builds on the calendar by integrating note-taking and task management with your calendar in one sleek interface, can help make your life more efficient. With multiple calendar views, heavy customisability, and integration with Google Voice and Google Maps, it is a complete personal information toolkit. Its alternative applications include Touch Cale-ndar, Executive Assistant, and Pocket Informant.
There has always been an inadequacy when it comes to the quality of Android music applications on the web. This has, not surprisingly, spurred a whole host of alternatives that keep getting better by the day. PowerAmp is one of the best among them. It has a whole bunch of extras like support for a number of file types, a 10-band graphic equaliser, themes, crazy customisation, and more. These distinguishing features have made the application one of the most loved in the web sphere. Its alternatives include Real Player, Songbird, and WinAmp.
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Source: The Kathmandu Post