Posts tagged Car Locator
We cannot seem to wrap our brains around how quickly this month has passed by! August is through and here are our final top 10 Apps of the weeks for August 2012. From Apps that help you locate your car, Apps that block your notifications when you’re driving all the way to spy-like Apps that allow you to get more information than Sherlock Holmes. Music lovers are never forgotten as well as faithful researchers so be sure to check them out and let us know what your thoughts are.
1. Car Locator (Get it for your android) $3.99
Once you’ve parked, the app is easy to set up. When you’re ready to return to your car, Car Locator uses GPS and Google Maps to activate radar and a map to tell you where the car is. Then it displays the current distance between you and the car, plus the direction of your car from where you are. We especially like the feature that tells you how long your car has been parked. For people prone to getting tickets for not feeding the meter in time, it’s a lifesaver.
2. Drive Off (Get it for your android) Free
One of the causes of road accidents is using the phone while driving. It is always advised not to text or answer calls while driving. But, since we live in a very hectic environment, we are usually tempted to answer the phone or reply to our text messages. The DriveOFF app sees these driving hazards and promotes safety by killing all your notifications sounds while you are driving. It will also launch a background, blocking your view of your phone’s screen.
3. Secret Audio Recording (Get it for your android) Free
If you are currently trying to expose somebody or trying to find out the truth about an issue, this app may be able to help you gather valuable information that you can’t just obtain through normal questioning. Sounds like an episode of Pretty Little Liars doesn’t it?
4. Quick Setting Manager – Lite (Get it for your android) Free
As mobile devices have become more sophisticated, the more settings there are for us to tweak. Now, we need to keep an eye on our volume levels if we’re in a quiet environment or brightness levels when we’re checking e-mails in a dark room. This app makes it easy for us to switch settings without having to fiddle with them.
5. G Cloud backup (Get it for your android) Free
The cheapest Backup App there is! Backup all those summer pictures, Contacts, Sms texts, call logs, videos and all your documents 1 GB for free. If you’ve got more than that you can upgrade for as low as $ 0.99 for a whooping 10 GB!
6. XenoAmp BETA (Get it for your android) Free
There are literally tons of music players on the Google Play Store and you’ve probably had to sift through them to find the one that you’ve got right now. Some of you may want a music player with a lot of functions while others prefer music players that are basic and does what they say on the tin. XenoAmp BETA not only does what it was made to do but is also aesthetically pleasing.
7. Muzy (Get it for your android) Free
If you’ve been on Facebook for a while, Muzy should not be a new name to you. It’s a way to edit your photos and put them together in a gorgeous photo collage. There’s no need for you to bust out your glue and your scissors when you can do everything with Muzy. Its official app was recently launched on the Google Play Store, giving people more access to its array of editing options.
8. CDo (Get it for your android) Free
If you’ve taken some time to build your background on music theory and note reading then you’re quite familiar with the English musical notation system. You know your C’s from your D’s and your E’s, but the world of music isn’t limited to just that notation system. The Latina musical notation might be foreign to you, but if you need to learn it quickly, CDo is the best app for that.
9. Office Ringtones Professional (Get it for your android) Free
One of the perks of having an Android phone is that it can be easily be customized. If you’re looking for an app that lets you choose a phone ringtone suitable for a corporate environment, you can try this app on your device. It’s like a ringtone hub that lets you choose a variety of ringtones & set them on your Android.
10. Reference Resource (Get it for your android) Free
Reference Resource FREE is an app that has all the necessary resources you’ll ever need for your projects, write-ups, school assignments, and a lot more. If you need to find the definition of a certain term, just launch this app and use its dictionary. If you need to find a word’s synonym, use the app’s thesaurus. And, if you need to know a certain thing’s history, you can use the app’s encyclopedia.