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    Favorite PAID Apps

    I've already looked through many free apps and was wondering what apps do some of you guys pay for? Hopefully we can get a good list going to help some people willing to spend a few dollars on a good app. I'll edit my post listing the top apps people use too.

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    I have paid for a lot of games, but the only non-game app I paid for so far is gBlocker, which lets you block calls.

    I was really frustrated with all the free call blockers... One of them even automatically ANSWERED the call in my pocket instead of blocking it, and the person listened to me having conversations with other people for 5 minutes before I noticed this... A very potentially dangerous app! Hah. Thats when I realized, ok, I need to cough up a couple bucks and buy the one I can rely on.
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    I bought several paid apps the first night I had my phone only to discover there were free apps that were better or as good as the paid ones. Now I can't remember what I paid for and what was free. I bought a few games and one was Uno which is quite a blast to play if you need to kill some time
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    My favorite app is Subsonic Music Streamer. It allows you to listen to your music on your home PC on your Android phone. It starts off as a free trial for 30 days then you can donate any amount you want. It requires you to download a server app on your PC that you tell were your music is and create user IDs for people you want to give access to. You'll need to tell your router to open a port so your phone can access your music. A little technical to setup at first but worth it. I like to show it off to iPhone users because they can't do that with their phones. The best thing is I don't have to load all my music to my SD card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by My Droid View Post
    My favorite app is Subsonic Music Streamer. It allows you to listen to your music on your home PC on your Android phone. It starts off as a free trial for 30 days then you can donate any amount you want. It requires you to download a server app on your PC that you tell were your music is and create user IDs for people you want to give access to. You'll need to tell your router to open a port so your phone can access your music. A little technical to setup at first but worth it. I like to show it off to iPhone users because they can't do that with their phones. The best thing is I don't have to load all my music to my SD card.
    thats really cool, but it also drains battery more since your using the network rather then if you were playing music off your phone. But I guess it is a nice convenience factor for having any music that you want with you.
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    I have to agree that alot of the free apps are just as good, depending on what apps you are using. But technically nfl super fan was a paid app. Yeah it was free on the market but you had to buy the nfl package and for the online mobile was an extra $20 for 5 mnths..........so I paid 100. After all that crying I did for the app to be released on android only to discover mooio.fm (which I know is not really an app) after visiting this site for the first time. Which helps my argument, I paid $100 (400 in total) for the nfl supercast just to listen to it (because I could not watch it at work) and I could not get any playoff games, monday night games, sunday night games, thursday night games. I pay nothing for moodio and I get it all for free.

    With that said I still give direct tv for the app, especially for how fast they had it on the market upon the release of the droid.
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