Monthly Archives: October 2011

ZoobhoyZoopreme theme

Sep 2nd AT 5:05 PM

Everything included in the paid theme.

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The Legend of Korra

Sep 2nd AT 4:51 PM

I know nobody cares, but I’m still alive xD

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Icon Pack: HexaPulse Icons


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Android Eleven V12

Sep 2nd AT 4:41 PM

Samsung Galaxy SII

Stock ICS 4.0.4

Apex Launcher Pro

Weather Eye
Minimalistic Text
WidgetLocker Lockscreen

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Android Visitor Back

Sep 2nd AT 4:36 PM

Samsung Galaxy SII

Stock ICS 4.0.4

Apex Launcher Pro

Minimalistic Text
WidgetLocker Lockscreen

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Google Beautiful Design Collection gets updated: Spotify, Lumosity and 10 others

Sep 2nd AT 4:31 PM


Last summer Google published a collection of Beautifully Designed apps and games, highlighting some of the apps that they felt were worthy of some extra attention thanks to great design. In the winter Google updated the list, but now as we head into the end of summer, they’re issuing a new list.

“The goal of this collection is to highlight beautiful apps with masterfully crafted design details such as beautiful presentation of photos, crisp and meaningful layout and typography, and delightful yet intuitive gestures and transitions.” So what apps made the cut? In total, 12 apps are mentioned: Flight Track 5, Oyster, Gogobot, Lumosity, Vivino, FIFA, Duolingo, SeriesGuide, Spotify, Runtastic, Yahoo News Digest, and Airbnb.

Google even encourages other app developers and designers to play with some of the aboe apps to “get a sense for the types of design details that can separate good apps from great ones”. In a nod to the future of Android design, they also note that developers should be reviewing the material design spec as well. For more details on what exactly Google likes about some of the above apps, you’ll want to check out the post for yourself. To take a look at the app list and download a few of them, you’ll want to head here.

Google Rebrands Its Enterprise-Related Offerings As ‘Google For Work’

Sep 2nd AT 4:16 PM

GoogleWorkWork is pretty dull. Google wants people to use its products to get stuff done, and the company's previous name for its efforts in this area - Google Enterprise - fully communicated just how stuffy and non-exciting the experience would be. Now the search giant is changing the name of its business-related offerings to something that, while equally mundane in its approach, doesn't have to show up for work in oxford shoes and a tie.

Google Rebrands Its Enterprise-Related Offerings As 'Google For Work' was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Sky updates their NOW TV apps to include Chromecast support

Sep 2nd AT 3:59 PM

Now TV

Users of Sky’s NOW TV streaming service should head over the Play Store (or Apple’s App Store) and update their NOW TV app as the popular service now includes Chromecast support. The app works for casting TV shows, movies and sports, making the service even more valuable. 

The update is already available and existing NOW TV subscribers can start enjoying their favorite programs on their living room TV. Prices for the service varies but starts at roughly £5 per month. Let us know in the comments how the update is treating the NOW TV users in our audience.

Source: The Next Web

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Droid Landing Twitter Account Awakens, Teases “Reactivation Fast Approaching”

Sep 2nd AT 3:59 PM

862257f32802989758a7d07251e1a861_400x400You have to admire Verizon's commitment to the robot thing. Every year the @DroidLanding Twitter account comes back to life in the lead up to a new Droid announcement. This year it's just in time for the Motorola event on Thursday.

The Tweet doesn't offer any information, but it comes after a long silence—the account has been dead since last December.

Droid Landing Twitter Account Awakens, Teases "Reactivation Fast Approaching" was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Digital Insurance Card – Indie app of the day

Sep 2nd AT 3:46 PM

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What is Digital Insurance Card?

As the name implies, Digital Insurance Card allows you to create and show a digital version of your insurance cards. This can be useful for those who don’t want to carry their actual insurance on them or have lost their actual insurance card. Only a limited number of states in the U.S. allow for this and international laws may vary but if your state and/or country allows for this then it could be useful.

Digital Insurance Card is laid out pretty well. Things are logically laid out and adding cards is easy enough. It has special sections for your car and health insurance as well as an option to add “other” insurance cards too. You can store multiple cards if need be and you can take a snapshot of the actual card as of the most recent update.

Other than that the application does what it says it does. You put your insurance cards in and this app stores them for you. The majority of the negative reviews stem from the lack of snapshot support which was fixed. That means all in all, the app seems to be pretty good according to user reviews.

digital insurance card review

Because no one has ever forgotten their wallet. Ever.

  • Allows you to create and show a digital version of your insurance cards.
  • Latest update includes a snapshot feature that lets you take pictures of your actual card.
  • Developers have been active in adding user requested features. That's a good sign.
  • Aside from old complaints about lack of snapshot features (since added), there haven't been any other complaints.
  • Allows for many different insurance cards.
  • Digital insurance cards are not accepted everywhere.
  • Still pretty new so there are likely bugs that haven't been found yet.
It is free to use so you can grab it up right now if you need to. It doesn’t have a list of countries but the app description does have a list of U.S. states that allow for digital insurance cards. If you live in one of them, you should definitely pick this app up. If you hear that your state legalizes digital cards then keep this app in mind! It could be very useful.
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[New Wear App] Bring! Shopping List adds Android Wear support

Sep 2nd AT 3:43 PM


There are a slew of apps for managing your grocery lists, but Bring! Shopping List turned it up a notch with the introduction of Android Wear support. In fact, the developer is touting this as the first grocery list app to do it.

Bring! was introduced late last year and it’s one of the lesser known options. However it includes most of the same features that made the others so popular such as syncing between family members, sharing, and push notifications. What separates Bring! Shopping List from others is that it’s image driven rather than just a list of text. They offer over 350 hand drawn images for various grocery items and they appear in red when you need to buy them.

Now that Android Wear support is added, you will be able to check off your items without taking your phone out of your pocket. Hopefully more grocery apps take notice. If you’re sporting an Android Wear smartwatch, you might want to give it a try. Screenshots and download links below.


  • 350 hand-drawn items
  • Shared shopping list for free
  • Push notifications regarding your shopping trip
  • Android Wear Support
  • User profiles with photos and names
  • «New items» badge
  • Live syncing and offline ready
  • Any number of list participants
  • Quantities
  • Add your own items
  • Automated sorting
  • Display & Pocket Lock
  • Item catalogs for: USA (English), UK (English), Australia (English), Canada (English), Germany (German), Switzerland (German, Italian, French), Austria (German)
  • Needs Android 4.x
  • Also available for other mobile platforms (iOS)
  • And many small and lovely secrets …
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