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Old Jul 14, 2010, 01:01 PM   #1
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I've just ordered an HTC Desire. I know there are some awesome Android apps out there but I've not looked at any for ages. If you have any recommendations (except spotify, that's a given ) please shout up.
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Old Jul 14, 2010, 01:16 PM   #2
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JuicePlotter & JuiceDefender are really good battery monitoring/management apps.
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advanced task killer - a must have. kills applications running in the background so your battery lasts a whole lot longer
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Some cool ones I use:

Gmote- lets you control your the media playback on your PC, and even lets your phone act as a keyboard+mouse, you can control your whole PC from your phone.

Layar- You have to see it, I probably can't describe it well enough here. Basically overlays where stuff is around you on your phone display. It's just a neat version of a "what's near me" program.

Pandora- of course.

Rockplayer- little late on this one, the public beta expires tomorrow, but I'll pay for it when it's released. It's a media player for you phone that plays avi mkv rmvb flv mp4 3gp wmv mov asf , divx xvid h264 rv40 files. Really awesome little program. http://www.diffthink.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4

PodKast- as the name implies it lets you find, download and stream podcasts. Probably better ones out there but this one works for me.

LauncherPro- Makes the UI better IMO. Gives you a dock at the bottom of the display and has a whole load of other features to tweak your phone.

Linda Manager- nice little file management program.

That's the best ones I've found so far, other than the obvious crap like the Facebook app, Google Maps etc.
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Some cool ones I use:

Layar- You have to see it, I probably can't describe it well enough here. Basically overlays where stuff is around you on your phone display. It's just a neat version of a "what's near me" program.
Augmented Reality Apps are cool, but gimmicky IMO.
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I use these among others...
  • LauncherPro as your home replacement for certain.
  • I like the "cubed" media player, search for "3" in the market. Mostly I like the widget it offers.
  • Robo Defense (because I love tower defense games)
  • Swype for all your on-screen touch keyboard needs.
  • Beautiful Widgets if you decide you want to replace the Sense UI weather/clock widget.
  • Mabilo Wallpapers for quick browsing and choosing of different wallpapers n' such, I just like their selection, there are others.
  • Google Voice for my voicemail, the transcribe feature isn't 100% but it helps and it manages to get phone numbers left for me pretty accurately.
  • Google Sky Map just because it's fun to use and show to people, it's nice when it's late at night.
That's what I'd recommend off the top of my head...
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Great tips. I'm about to buy a nexus one and this will come in handy
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why would you get a nexus one? There are soooo many better options out there.
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why would you get a nexus one? There are soooo many better options out there.
Because the Nexus one will always receive the newest Android features first. Other than screen size, front facing camera and wifi hotspot, the android is the same phone as many of the newer android phones.
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Because the Nexus one will always receive the newest Android features first. Other than screen size, front facing camera and wifi hotspot, the android is the same phone as many of the newer android phones.
This is true pretty much! The Nexus One is Google's device they operate from. The Nexus One is the only phone that is officially running Android 2.2 Froyo(Which includes adobe Flash in the Market Place) I've been running Android 2.2 Froyo every since it was first leaked from Google.

The portable wifi hotspot is sweet and such a handy feature to have when laptops are around with no internet connection! free on T-mobile.

Adobe Flash can be set to On Demand, so you can view flash content anytime you want by pressing on the little arrow key.

Android 3.0 Gingerbread is supposed to get released by the end of the year as of now. And Nexus One owners will receive that update first! wooot.
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Thanks for all the help everyone, I really appreciate it and I'll be sure to check them all out.

I think there's probably still a week to go til it arrives. It's the first time I've ever really been eager to get a phone.
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If you walk, run, or ride a bike, get SportsTracker, the free version is great.
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3banana for notes

ebuddy for all-in-one messaging

phonemypc is a cool remote desktop app. Meh over network connections, but great over wifi.

shootme for phone screenshots (need root)

any number of weather apps

sms autoreply. basically a away message for txt's

titanium backup (root also)
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"Setting Profiles" is also a cool and useful application.
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I need to find some more cool apps for my Android phone. So cough it up... tell me about what you've found.
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AIM for Android is probably the best designed IM app I've ever seen and I've seen quite a few. However, it's nowhere near the most stable, so while it's worth a look, unless you're hardcore into AIM (surely some people are), it isn't worth keeping unless and until it's fixed. It also sucks down battery pretty fast like most IM apps do - though I've read of a few that are better and drain it less speedily.

I used it more as a comparison to see just how suck the experience is on most other mobile IM apps. Though they don't force close as much!
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ASTRO file manager --- manages files, install apk files, and includes a task manager.

Calorie counter

Queman --- for managing netflix

Budget droid

Official AIM app

IMDb app

Startup cleaner 2.0

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Good choice going with the HTC Desire.. Sense rocks

Some I use:
Mortplayer audiobooks
Call Meter NG
Dropbox
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Astro
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Don't need much more, lots of great apps already come pre-installed with the phone, and the rest I do from the excellent built-in browser.

I don't bother with task killers or battery savers. They might increase the standby time slightly, but the problem with these phones isn't standby time, but the battery drain from web browsing or movie playback. Unless you only use it as a dumb phone, you're going to re-charge at least every other day anyway, so hundreds of hours of standby time becomes irrelevant. Android is great at multi tasking, why defeat it by constantly killing all your apps? It will do that for you if it runs out of RAM. http://android-developers.blogspot.c...droid-way.html
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I can't believe none of you mentioned Shop Savy. Its the best app out there, let's you bar scan stuff to price compare it to other stores near you and etailers.
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Android is great at multi tasking, why defeat it by constantly killing all your apps? It will do that for you if it runs out of RAM.
I agree, but the Auto Memory Manager app is a great little way to be able to choose what gets canned and what doesn't when that happens.
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MSNdroid works pretty well, havent tried anything else though.
ScummVM is pretty neat, but very finicky to play point and click with your finger on a small.
Gameboid for gameboy emulation, has virtual d-pad and stuff, which I personally dont really like, but turnbased games could work.


As a general tips, I have the 3G/Mobile, and Wifi switch widgets (one square widgets on HTC sense atleast) on my first homescreen, and keep them disabled
I only enable one of them when I need them, to check e-mail or browse.
This saves massive amounts of battery.

Swedroid did a test and with 3g on they got 3 days of idle time, sitting on a table.
With it off, they got 5 hours shy of 10 days.
Wifi is much much worse I believe.
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I agree, but the Auto Memory Manager app is a great little way to be able to choose what gets canned and what doesn't when that happens.
Or you can run a properly made custom rom that's smart enough to keep free ram at all times, without having to load any app.
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Or you can run a properly made custom rom that's smart enough to keep free ram at all times, without having to load any app.
That's the plan. Unfortunately, my bastard carrier simlocks the phone if I upgrade my baseband or radio or whatever they call it too far. Apparently the phone's too new for all the cheap places I looked at to get it unlocked. And I'm cheap. So I'm going to wait a few weeks for them to get their IMEI databases updated so the fun can really start.
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Don't mean to hijack this thread but trying to clear up a few things....

Some android phones can't run certain apps because the screen is the wrong size/resolution?

Most android apps will run on any android phone?
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Don't mean to hijack this thread but trying to clear up a few things....

Some android phones can't run certain apps because the screen is the wrong size/resolution?

Most android apps will run on any android phone?
Apps are based off of the version of Android, as far as I know screen size isn't an issue. My 3.2" Moment will run the same games and apps as the 5" Dell Streak and 4.3" EVO, although the CPU makes a big difference in performance.
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