Friday, 30 November 2012
The app has many built in categories for you to quickly make your selection. You aren't limited to using only the predetermined categories. You can add in your own categories as well. I can hardly list and name or test all of it's features that are listed on it's Google Play listing. These graphics surpass your average money managing apps. Your information can be password protected. Improve your accounting skills (or at least practice). Personalization is a really important aspect of this app. Quickly view and calculate future costs of bills. Tap on Analyst and you have different ways to display expenses and income such as bar graphs and pie charts. Voice recognition is even integrated into the app.
On your homescreen the app appears with the title Handwallet. Nobody wants to carry two wallets with them, but this one is FREE and takes up a lot less space in your pocket (about 7 MB on your phones memory). Download it here from Google Play. It's available for use with difference currencies and languages. This isn't another notebook you have to carry with you to jot down notes or read, it's already conveniently in your phone, something you already carry with you. From just a few minutes with the app, I get the feeling that an accounting professional was involved with the app's development. The only improvement I can suggest for now is to have a button pop up under the top toolbar when "Actions" is pressed besides having the user press on Settings button(menu button) to add another action since the screen isn't being used upon that selection. There are just so many things covered in it. Check it out and see for yourself.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012
Have you ever missed an appointment for a pet? Need help looking up for pet services in your area? With Pet Pal - Pet Manager, you have a tool to help you take care of your beloved pets. With many useful tools such as Google Maps, it helps you find various pet stores or other locations like clinics, clinics and parks. Here are some of the many features that the app possesses. Organizing will be so much easier.
Take photos and keep them organized in folders exclusive to your pets.
Convenient note options let you add additional data specific to the pet's unique attributes or character traits. Write down the pets special needs or other information such as their veterinarian.
With shortcuts as these, you'll save time from having to type in keywords to search for types places you may be looking for.
Pet Pal - Pet Manager is still a new app and would greatly appreciate feedback and suggestions. It is brought to you by the developers at Apps on Toast. The smartphone application can be downloaded here from Google Play. The app is FREE for 24 hours upon activation. If you find yourself wanting more, it costs only $2.58 to keep the full version. It supports many various languages including English, Spanish, French, and German.
Sunday, 25 November 2012
Facebook is encouraging it's employees to use Android devices in their droidfooding campaign.
Droidfooding is their term for "dogfooding," when a company tests or uses the very products it's trying to push out into the consumer market.
In Facebook's case they are integrating well into the Android market with Facebook apps on the Android platform.
Droidfooding on show at Facebook
Posters are even up in Facebook office's encouraging the use of Android phones in one the image of Google's Android logo robot hovers nonchalantly behind a large plate of dog food. Printed behind the robot is the phrase, "Do you 'droidfood?," with Facebook imploring its employees to "switch today" at the poster's bottom.
In the second poster, Facebook prints a simple graph of device shipments for both iPhones and Android smartphones. As Facebook describes it on the poster, "here come the Androids."
It's a sign of IOS falling out of favour with the social network after the early days encouragement of their iPhone support. How many Android phones are now being used by Facebook employees due to the droidfooding campaign is still an unanswered question.
Saturday, 24 November 2012
Nice aesthetic touches like being able to upload your own mug, choose the background and ball are the few options on offer. If you want a side on basketball penalty shoot to while away a few minutes then go and check out "Shoot that Ball".
Thursday, 22 November 2012
From all of us, to all of you—Game Insight wishes everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you for playing!
Throw a lavish, tropical Thanksgiving party at your resort with excusive new in-game buildings or new resource items.
New Buildings (iOS version): Turkey Float, Turkey Restaurant, Festive Dinner, Thanksgiving Day Parade
New resources (Android version): Apple, Cranberry, Corn, Pie
Rock the Vegas
Hit the jackpot this Thanksgiving with all-new buildings and resource items to round out your casino empire.
New buildings: Turkey Float, Turkey Restaurant, Festive Dinner, Thanksgiving Day Parade
New resources: Apple, Cranberry, Corn, Pie
Thanksgiving comes to the haunted mansion of Mr. X with new quests, new rewards, and new characters.
Quests & Events: Seven new quests, including a hunt for a turkey whose eggs contain fragments of a precious amulet.
Event Reward: Amulet (increases experience gained for searching a room by 25% and increases the chance of finding an item by 30%; works for 120 minutes)
Additional iOS Features: Settler’s Chest event, new Thanksgiving-themed Snatchin character that exchanges feathers
Hang up the holiday decorations at the hospital and start wheeling trays of turkey to your patients. Thanksgiving is coming to My Clinic!
New Items: Apple Cart, Piece of pie, Maple-Leaf, Turkey, Pilgrim Hat
New Collection: WigWam
Bring Thanksgiving cheer to your bustling metropolis with exclusive new holiday-themed buildings and resources.
New Buildings: "Rich Harvest" shop, Turkey statue, Thanksgiving Day Parade, Thanksgiving Day Fair, "Turkey" cafe"
Mirrors of Albion
Roasted Turkeys and Pumpkin Pies aren’t just for dinner anymore. In fact, they’ve started migrating from the Mirror World into Albion! Join Alice’s family for the parade and try not to bump into your Thanksgiving dinner as you walk down the street!
New Quest: Prepare for the Thanksgiving Day Parade by collecting decoration items and Pumpkin Pie
New Monsters: Roasted Turkey, Pumpkin Pie
New Collections: Pumpkin Pie, Festive Parade, Horn of Plenty
Thanksgiving comes to the land of trains with new quests and all-new special decorations, for a limited time only!
New Quests: Produce special goods and transport to connected stations
New Resources: Pumpkin Pie, Turkey
It’s a time for giving thanks in the fairytale kingdom of Enchanted Realm. Celebrate with all-new items and quests!
New Quests: Autumn Mood, Musical Disaster, Gorgeous Parade, Back to basis, Cooking, Charity Dinner, Football Game of the Century
New Collection Items: New Hats, Turkey, Pumpkin Pie, Corn
New Charging Items: Ink Bottle, Candle, Basket
New Quest Items: Maple-leaf, Cranberry
New Decorations: Horn of Plenty, Big Turkey Statue, Orchestra, Puss in Boots Giant Balloon
New Building: Stadium
Rule The Kingdom
What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving in your growing kingdom than with a good, old-fashioned brawl? Try arena battles in Rule the Kingdom this Thanksgiving!
New Event: Arena Tournaments
Real air travel during the Thanksgiving holiday can be…challenging. Celebrate a virtual Thanksgiving in your airport with these new quests and items in Airport City!
New Items: Unique passenger, fuel, and mystery building goods
New Quests: Gather Thanksgiving Day collection
After experiencing tons of prosperity under your watch, the happy citizens of My Country seem like they’re ready to give thanks. Celebrate the holiday with all-new quests and items.
New Quests: Getting Ready For The Holiday, Collect Pilgrim Feather
New Items: Turkey, Thanksgiving Decorations
Wednesday, 21 November 2012
|Technology behind Movi Kanti Revo|
If you haven't yet heard of it Movi Kanti Revo is a Chrome experiment from Google that is trying to change the way we interact with our smartphones. Initially Smartphones will reap the benefits of Movi with it's ability to use multiple gestures, the accelerometer, the front camera and the touch screen to control the phone. Showcased as an interactive non video embedded experiment with Cirque Du Soleil providing the material, many software designers are of course excited to find out how this new uber-Kinect type of software works.
What does Movi Kanti Revo mean?
The name comes from the Esperanto terms for moving, singing, and dreaming.
The technology behind Movi Kanti Revo
Is the technology just for mobile games?
“And not just for casual games but for the big games too. Imagine playing Halo and having the webcam going automatically to chat with your friends.” says a Google spokesman.
On mobile, there’s more sensor availability: orientation, movement, and, in newer phones, a front-facing camera. That promises to give developers abilities in the future that can only be imagined on an Xbox 360 Kinect-like environment today.
What hardware is needed to run it?
A good GPU seems essential, as everything on the site is hardware accelerated. But they had tested on Nexus 7 tablets and Chromebooks with a fair performance.
With improved hardware in the future the performance can only improve.
How does it change Smartphone interaction?
You can interact with the site by moving your body or speaking to your computer
The world of the Movi Kanti Revo demo
You're invited into a magical world by a tour guide who speaks in a made-up language, who invites you through a series of tableaus such as a forest, a desert, and a tree of life. You have a certain control over each of those environments. It's a message of joy and hope and play and the beauty of life, it takes about 10 minutes to explore.
Pete LePage, a developer advocate for Google's Chrome team, explained that the project came from Google's ongoing interest in creating Chrome Experiments to showcase what Chrome and the modern Web are capable of. Google wanted to make sure that this one works across all browsers.
The technology needed to make this work across all browsers
For CSS transforms they coded for all the available browsers. Movi.Kanti.Revo code does have browser-specific flags for CSS transforms, but that was just to ensure that browsers that haven't yet built full support for the technology can support it as it comes online.
Movi.Kanti.Revo will work on most tablets and some smartphones too because it supports deviceOrientation and deviceMotion, so your device's accelerometer will respond to motion instead of your body.
Why Cirque collaborated with Google
Cirque's interest in making a Web-based version of their shows dovetailed with Google's interest in showing off modern Web standards, with Chrome as the platform. "Cirque wanted to start building a show that lived beyond their normal performances, and Google wanted to use stuff that's just coming online, such as HTML5 and CSS3."
Chrome experiments spokesman LePage speaks out
Specifically, he said, "we talked about the getUserMedia API to get access to the users' Webcam and microphone."
CSS3 3D Transforms leverage your device's graphics card to render complicated graphics smoothly.
WebRTC has a lot of modern media tools built-in, like support for high-quality audio and video, lost strain compensation, and jitter correction. LePage said that it's already in the Firefox nightly builds, and he said that Opera has plans to support it, too.
However, like much of the modern Web, the standard is still developing. "Just landed in Chrome Canary yesterday was response to voice control," he noted.
Beyond the technical challenges of building a robust, interactive site with technology that is still under development, what Particle and Google created, as well as filming some of the acts with the camera moving, is that it replaces the old 3D. It works, and it feels alive."
Google's new project if it goes ahead will have big repercussions for any budding musicians and indeed for any other gamers and gadget users in the future. Can you imagine playing a guitar by strumming invisible chords, or upping the bass by waving your hand in front of your phone's screen. You certainly won't be limited by the touchscreen if your're able to control your device via voice, gestures and more.
Indeed looking very far ahead and beyond the remit of learning a new instrument or becoming a proficient guitar hero player you could even imagine that creative geniuses could even take this new technology and make whole new musical instruments out of it.
This new technology is of course being experimented on by Google and strangely enough Cirque du Soleil are also lending a hand (remember their involvement in marketing the kinect?)
Touted as a brand new way to control smartphones the Google technology will eventually make it's way into all forms of internet connected devices.
The project is Movi Kanti Revo, which just won an award from TheFWA.com, and it’s an experiment in how to build and control native web pages and apps in news ways — for example, by accessing your device’s camera and allowing you to point your way through the interactive experience by tilting your head. In a way the experiment mimics the Myst-alikes of the past as it seeks to create full-motion photorealistic environments that play out in front of you like an interactive movie and more importantly no video code is included.
Movi Kanti Revo is part of Chrome Experiments which has been noted for bringing us full blown Google Navigation in the past. All the technology runs on your device itself and is being heavily plugged for Smartphones because of all the various ways that these devices have to interact with a user. Definitely a new way to interact with the gold tone guitars of the future!
That's why in our humble opinion this Chrome experiment could be used to change the way we use guitars and other musical instruments, and of course all the other benefits coming from it.
Monday, 19 November 2012
Using the new Boost in Clash of Clans
One of the biggest changes in the Winter update,is the new boost in the training house, and a few other buildings, this barracks boost costs a few gems and enables you to speed up troop training by to four times.
Another feature that actually came out before this update is that due to a poll on the Facebook fan page troops in camps are now no longer destroyed if the camp is. A great benefit if you've saved upfor ten expensive PEKKAS that you would've lost to enemy action before.
Also watch out for the new rare Christmas Tree in Clash of Clans,we've yet to find out what the reward is for removing the tree but we're sure it must be something special.
Fears that the new snow effect creates lag seem unfounded but if it proves to be a problem then we're sure that yet another seasonal change might change it. With anther little bit if controversy in this latest version is the new Santa Spell which seems to be overpowered.
(To answer a previous question about destroying the Clan Castle: Troops inside the CC won't be killed but won't emerge from the castle)
New Matchmaking: this is probably one of the bigges changes yet and reports are varied as to whether it has killed off low level farming or if the changed atchmaking to match trophies and town hall levels is a good thing in the way of improved speed and balancing.
Saturday, 17 November 2012
Mikey Shorts Golden Shorts locations
Level1-1: 57% through the level
Level 1-2: 62%
Level 1-3- 20% through ( look down!)
Mikey Shorts Hidden Shorts for level 2
Level 2-1: 17% up high!
Level 2-2: 47%, use the moving platforms to get to the top
Level 2-3: 31%-slide across the hidden ledge
Level 2-4: These shorts are at 85% and need to be traversed to by going up as high as you can and then jumping across the platforms back the way you came.
World 3-1: In this icy world you'll find them at 77% and will have to slide down a hidden corridor or two.
World 3-2: Get as high as you can at 27 % to obtain them
World 3-3: Jump up to get to the hidden corridor at 21%, what initially looks like a dead-end cliff face...isn't
World 3-4: Up and then back the way you came sees the shorts at 7% after following the hidden passage
Level 4-1: Don't let this ominous looking level bother you, just follow another of those hidden areas to find the golden shorts at 44%
Level 4-2: A level filled with tricky jumps, jump straight into the cliff fave at about 70% to find the Midas touch pants
Level 4-3: At 43% jump on the moving platform to get up and find the shorts hidden away to your left
Level4-4: 52% percent via the hidden passage, look for slight discolouration from the background to distinguish them, gets you one shot at the shorts if you don't mess up the jump via the disintegrating platform
Level 5-1: Gravity still seems to apply in this watery world,find your prize near the bottom at 45%
Level 5-2: 42% near the top of the world via the disintegrating platform
Level 5-3: Up we go to get them at 80%
Level 5-4: Nice and quick to find these at 8%
Golden Shorts level:6-1-> at 58%
6-3 at 71%
Location level:6-4-> at almost 100% head down and to the right
Oh and while we're at we'll throw in the list of achievements for your gaming pleasure!
List of Mikey Shorts Achievements
Bronze Touch - 5 pts
Touched 100 Statues
Silver Touch - 10 pts
Touched 500 Statues
Golden Touch - 20 pts
Touched 1000 Statues
Coin Finder - 5 pts
Collected 500 Total Coins
Coin Collector - 10 pts
Collected 2500 Total Coins
Coin Hunter - 20 pts
Collected 10000 Total Coins
Adventurer - 25 pts
Completed Sory Mode
Head Honcho - 5 pts
Bought a Head Disguise
The Eyes Have It - 5 pts
Bought an Eyes Disguise
Face On - 5 pts
Bought a Face Disguise
Intern of Disguise - 5 pts
Bought 10 Disguises
Manager of Disguise - 10 pts
Bought 25 Disguises
Captain of Disguise - 20 pts
Bought 50 Disguises
Master of Disguise - 30 pts
Bought 100 Disguises
Quick Change Artist - 5 pts
Randomized 50 times
Clock Beater - 10 pts
Scored 3 Stars on a Story Level
Speedy Shorts - 20 pts
Scored 3 Stars on a Challenge Level
Star Child - 10 pts
Earned 10 Total Stars
Star Scrounger - 20 pts
Earned 24 Total Stars
Star Hoarder - 30 pts
Earned 48 Total Stars
Star Gatherer - 40 pts
Earned 72 Total Stars
Star Earner - 50 pts
Earned 144 Total Stars
Star Wizard - 60 pts
Earned 216 Total Stars
Gate Breaker - 5 pts
Broke 50 Gates
Gate Smasher - 10 pts
Broke 100 Gates
Gater Crusher - 20 pts
Broke 500 Gates
Local Hero - 10 pts
Beat the top Local Score on a Story Level
Local Legend - 25 pts
Beat the top Local Score in Challenge Mode
Honorable Mention - 5 pts
Viewed the Credits
Company Friend - 5 pts
Tapped the Twitter or Facebook Button
Challenge Accepted - 10 pts
Completed 12 Challenge Levels
Challenge Surpassed - 20 pts
Completed 24 Challenge Levels
Challenge Dominated - 30 pts
Completed 36 Challenge Levels
Challenge Destroyed - 40 pts
Completed 48 Challenge Levels
Golden Secret - 50 pts
Collected all 24 Golden Shorts
No Coin Left Behind - 25 pts
Collected all the coins in each Story Level
|Little Bird App|
Where's My Water, Angry Birds, Bike Baron, Coco Loco... the list of fun physics games on smartphones has never been so populated, so is there room for another contender? Does Little Bird from Indie creator Roentgen LLC have the panache and playability to join this instant fun list of games that require just a little bit of thought (and finesse-never forget the role of finesse in physics games!)?
Well looking at the figures it seems that Little Bird by right away rolling into the list of top 50 games on the Appstore is already generating quite a following. Perhaps even the words "cult following" might already be started to be whispered in certain circles. It's quite certain that it's creator knows videogames having been an ardent arcade game follower for many years. Of course as many an app creator has found this is not nearly enough to ensure success in the mystique filled world of the appstore. However look a bit more deeply into the developer's resume and you'll see that he is also responsible for the viral video "Whack a Kitty". Not having seen the Youtube sensation we can't comment, but if the same skills that can make a video go viral are applied to an app it could certainly be a harbinger of good things to come.
|3 great ideas in 1 screenshot. Awesome!|
So skilled developer who knows what's popular, does that make for a good app?
In this case, yes! Initially the game seemed quite lacklustre, the quite chagrined looking bird morosely rolling across the first level under accelerometer control picking up a few coins on the way to an exit. An exit which naturally is best reached swiftly to get the level achievement. At this stage play on! We can't emphasise that enough, it might be a slow start but rest assured the Little Bird app has a lot of tricks up it's sleeve.
Moving on to level 2 and those tricks start to make the game shine and stand out from the normal type of physics apps. At this stage it's probably appropriate to mention the art style which is very reminiscent of PSP classic Loco Roco, cutesy, sweet and vivid pastel colours lending a great depth of fun a la Rainbow Islands to the app. On to level 2 then...
Notice the screenshot below , that basket moves. So, what exactly does that mean? It means ideas and thrills in abundance! It means that rather than rolling around the levels by tilting the iPad or iPhone under an, albeit well rendered, artificial gravity there is more... a lot more. The game is filled with little inventions and contraptions like the basket that zooms across the screen when the bird enters it, the moving platforms, the lurking creatures in dark crevices, the cannons, the...
Invention is the spice of life
|Little Bird's endless inventions|
The price of admission is free and the wonderful inventions that await in Little Bird fully justifies the time that has been lavished on creating it and that will hopefully be lavished by gamers playing it.
Show your love for indie physics games at: the Little Bird Facebook Fan Page
Quit Smoking is simple to set up so that it can track the amount of money you've saved (by not purchasing) and how much time you have saved from losing. There are other neat features to keep you motivated. One of them gives you reasons(facts) why you should stop smoking. Another goes through chemicals found in cigarettes and remind you what other products those chemicals are also found in(usually things you wouldn't want to eat). Under the settings you can choose the type of currency so that you can relate to the information better. It also keeps track of how long it has been since you quit (after you input the date of course). The Android application also has a display of how long until certain negative impacts from smoking are expected to leave your body. This is assuming it isn't too late and you haven't developed some sort of cancer.
Sorry I don't mean to be rude, negative, or mean. I'm trying to be objective on this subject. Other motivations include secondhand smoke or causing family members and friends worry. If you are serious about quitting, I am glad for you.
There is also a paid version for $0.99 if you choose to support the developers in improving the app. It hasn't been long since the app's launch and the developers at Grooving Apps would appreciate any advice and feedback. Thanks for reading.
Friday, 16 November 2012
22Cans will have an exclusive videolink to the contents and promises that only one person in the world will receive that link. Is a Swiss Bank Account number at Curiosity's Cube Centre? Is money in the middle of Curiosity Cube? Is it an exclusive video of Peter Molyneux in the nude?
Curiosity: What’s in the Cube? Official Competition Rules:
The competition is organised and sponsored entirely by 22cans.
The competition begins when the App is first made available for download.
The competition is open to anyone who downloads the App “Curiosity What’s in the Cube” and starts tapping
It is not necessary to log in to Facebook to take part in the competition. Logging into Facebook will allow you to track your progress and rank against friends, see where your friends are tapping, accrue bonuses through your Facebook friends joining and provides an alternate mechanism to contact you if you are the one who discovers what’s hidden in the cube.
There is only one Cube in the world and the state of the Cube is stored on our servers. Subject to latency, the Cube appears the same to all those in the world taking part.
The Cube is suspended in a white room and is composed of billions of smaller cubelets. Players can come in close to the surface of the cube and destroy the tiny cubelets by tapping on them. It is necessary for the world to entirely remove one layer of cubelets before the next layer becomes available for destruction. It is possible to accrue coins as a result of tapping and use these to buy chisels and other devices to remove cubelets more quickly. This means that there are skill mechanics in the App which you will need to master.
Inside the Cube and under an undisclosed number of layers, there is an amazing discovery waiting to be found. The surface image on the Cube for the last layer will make it obvious to all that it is the final layer.
The person who removes the last cubelet on the final layer is the winner and will automatically be sent a video link on their device explaining what is at the centre of the cube. The decision of which user on which device removed the last cube will be made automatically by the 22cans Cube servers. Our decision is final and cannot be appealed.
The winner is free to do what they wish with the video link information – they can disseminate the link via social media or keep the content to themselves. However, the video link information should not be traded for any personal monetary gain.
It is only permissible to take part in the competition by using the Curiosity App and the mechanics contained inside the app for breaking down the cube. It is permissible for a player to have the app on multiple devices. It is not permissible to use any other means of breaking down the Cube such as automated bots and 22cans reserves the right to ban any players otherwise attempting to break into the cube.
I've found out about Obama's victory and Shigeru Miyamoto's birthday on this app-the scrolling messages passing on this wordly info. As of today 400 thousand have tapped away at this layer-hint on a Jellybean phone multiple finger taps are supported -but no massive hints show how many taps are left.
Let's hope all this tapping and bug contention will make the Curiosity's app prize worth getting!
Ever get tired of using your old controls or wished you had a controller with more features, or just didn't feel like controlling your computer from right in front of it? Lazy you. Well, I won't get anything from judging you so I'll let you know of an app that can help you with your little dilemma. Introducing the Free PC Keyboard and Mouse app. With a quick set up you can be moving your computer mouse and typing into your desktop from your Android device. There's a left click and middle mouse button as well. Don't worry, the application is smooth and accurate. Oh a good reason the app is great is because it can save you money from having to by a specific device for doing what this app does. The Android OS app has a large mouse track pad area for easier usage. It can be found on here on Google Play.
Getting the app to work is so easy it's scary. Reminds me of a scene I've seen (or imagined) where an operator controls your computer through the internet. The mouse moves on it's own. Kinda scary as if I'm getting hacked. Of course it's only me hacking myself, but if I can do this, what can pro's or computer guru's do?
Playing with it makes it feels really cool line in the movies where characters control their home entertainment system with a tablet. For example, like Dwayne The Rock Johnson does in The Game Plan. It also gave me that new game system feel. One big advantage this had over game consoles or traditional t.v. remotes was that it had an onscreen keyboard to type on. This is a lot quicker versus using the number pad to type. Number pads on remotes are even harder to use than on older cell phones. This would be a great addition to game consoles. Then i realized the wii- U just came out. However, I'm not sure how detailed the controller screen is. The screen size may be good for tablet type of usage, but for gaming the wii-u's contoller screen might take me a while to get used to and accept. I only have two small suggestion. One is to allow taps to act as a click (the way mousepads do). The second is to let me see what I'm typing on my phone instead of the screen(as it's far away and harder to see). However I can guess that this is trickier because the feedback from the computer might not be compatible with the app. This second one could also be device specific. Maybe the app can keep the letters or message on the device and not send the letters to the computer until you press ready or enter. That way it can show you what's been inputted so far.
There is also a paid version for $1.99 called Media PC Keyboard / Mouse made by the same developers, Touchsquid Technologies.
This version enables a Windows Media Center shortcut button. From there it will take you to all sorts of control features(full screen, mute, volume control, menu, guide, toggle subtitles, caption, directional buttons, play, stop, fast forward, skip, change channel up and down, and more). That's a small price compared to extra hardware. The developers are based in North Vancouver, BC Canada. These apps are actually more ideal to use from on your tablet to operate media players or home entertainment systems/Home Theater PC (HTPC) where you may be more comfortable moving around more freely. Uses include Netflix(instead of having to type using the numbers on a media player remote or navigate through letters with a Sony Playstation 3 controller). Touchsquid also has other remote apps you may find useful. Again you can DOWNLOAD it from Google Play.
Thanks for reading.
Lately I've been noticing proverbs being used as decorations in new homes. Some proverbs said by old wise elders in movies just catch your attention. Sometimes you may get tested to know the meaning of proverbs in classes when they have been used in books. Proverbs have always been cool and it's difficult for me to imagine life without them. Whatever your reason(s), the Android FREE app Proverbic is here to help you.
I admit some proverbs may be generic, kinda like fortune cookies and psychic readings. Others will be useful words of wisdom that may apply to life lessons, sometimes right away, sometimes not so. If you feel like reading some deep thoughtful observations, open up Proverbic and blow your mind. I'm sure it won't take long before you go "Oh yeah. That is true." There will also most likely be a few that will seem like a joke you have already heard so it will be less entertaining. When that happens, move on. (my own words of wisdom).
The app is user friendly, neat, smooth, and has a few neat features. Share or save a phrase as a favorite. It's hard to understand a proverb if you don't know what it means and nobody explains it to you right? Well, the app has a "meaning" button to give you the definition of the current phrase. There is even a search feature to look for phrases that you may want to look at again, or just one that contains a keyword that you want.
The educational app is brought to you by the developers at Twentycraft. Thanks to them you may even sound smarter at times by popping out some of these quotes. Or just in case an older person pops out one of these phrases, you can be like "I got this" (George Lopez fan).
So what are you waiting for?
Go get this!