Looking for the good stuff. What's Alps what else. And if I'm searching the net and find a video I can't watch y
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It is rather difficult to understand what you are asking, but here is my best guess.
If you are trying to watch streaming videos online that use Adobe Flash, the player that supports that has not come out yet for the Droid.
Adobe says it will be released the middle of this year. So hang tight it is coming.
This list is a little dated, There use to be a sticky of good apps on this board, but I am not sure where it has gotten off to. There is also a whole section on Apps in the forum.
Google Voice - saves voicemail to your GMail account and transcribes them to text
Handcent - SMS replacement, adds features and notifications
Meebo IM- all-in-one IM suite
Missed Call - custom ring and vibrate settings as well as LED color and settings
SMS Popup - replacement for Android SMS notifier (turn stock off to prevent doubles)
Save MMS - allows you to save MMS attachments
Twidroid - Twitter
WiFi Buddy - detailed WiFi information and settings
Music and sound
Album Art Grabber - gets missing album art for your music
Frequency-Generator - sine, square, saw, and triangle wave generator
gStrings - customizable instrument tuner; also works for voice and other sounds
Instant Lyrics - open while playing a song and will open its lyrics
MixZing - music player with advanced category features and album art finder
Scrobble Droid - enables Last.fm scrobbling in the Android music player
Pandora - online radio
Shazam - analyzes a part of a song that's playing through speakers and tells you the name and artist
Slacker Radio - online radio with Twitter integration and song/artist details
PaintNote - MS Paint-like app
Photoshop Mobile - basic editor and online album
PicSay - multitouch image viewer/editor
Car Finder - press once when you park and saves your location on its map, and will show your location as well so you can find your parking spot
Wheres My Droid - lets you turn up the volume and activate ring and GPS to locate your phone; uses an SMS code phrase
Google Places Directory - lists categories of places in your location; searchable
GPS Status - 360 degree compass, horizontal and vertical level, g-force sensor, magnetic field sensor, GPS location in long/lat, shows speed and elevation
aCar - stores your car information
Barcode Scanner - scans various types of bar codes and Google searches them
ColorNote - text, drawing, and voice note program
ColorDict - comprehensive dictionary with multiple add-ons available
PDFGView - PDF viewer
ShopSavvy - barcode scanner with built-in product lookup
Speed Test - Ookla's speedtest.net application
Bank of America - online banking and account management
FX Currency - comprehensive currency converter
Google Finance - stocks
Security and other
DockRunner - enables multimedia dock mode without needing the dock
Wheres My Droid - see above
G-backup - backs up almost anything you want to Google's servers
MyIP - shows your phone's IP
Text-To-Speech Toy - converts input text to speech
Hyperspace - sort of like Super Monkey Ball; tilt the Droid to navigate a ball around the level within the time limit
Labyrinth - tilt the Droid to roll the ball around holes and into the goal
Quake - full Quake game as far as I know, runs very well with full graphics
What one person likes another doesn't always. Search the market for things that interest you. Hiking, scuba, eating, music, etc. Search the forums here....the apps section is a good starting place. Droid Applications - Droid Forum - Verizon Droid & the Motorola Droid Forum
List areas of interest to you. If I say I want to go shopping but don't know what for then the best bet is to windowshop until you find something.
Oh, where is the good stuff? I think everyone is talking about some really good stuff in here: Something in the works!
If you apply a rom or theme - backup first!
If you don't know how to backup...Stop until you do.
hint: I name my backups like this: sg6.0_20100428 or ss4.2_20100626 to easily find them later. rom and date.
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