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2 Great Apps I just found

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by IIIunityIII, Dec 15, 2009.

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    I'm not sure if they are new, or it just took me this long to find them, but I'd like to recommend iMusic and Ringdroid.

    iMusic allows you to search for songs and download them for free right onto your sdcard (similar to limewire). There is a paid version that gives you more search options and search results, but you'll probably be able to get away with only using the free version, it's found pretty much every song I've looked for.

    After you've downloaded your mp3s you can use Ringdroid to make your own ringtones out of them. It's really easy to use to basically cut a clip and make it a ringtone.

    Just thought I would share.
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    I have found "Music Online Lite" is better than i music. I do have both though :) You should check it out.
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    thanks lynx, I will
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    thats sweet thank you :)
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    I've been using both for a while now, and agree that they're 'Solid' app efforts.​
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    A really cool app I've found is called Key Ring. With Key Ring you can create a digital copy of any club card or store card by simply scanning its barcode or by manually entering the barcode number / membership ID. At the point of sale, simply launch the Key Ring application, select your saved card from the home screen and have the retail associate scan the barcode from your phone,... WAY COOL!!!;)


    and with this app,... you get to 'play' whip out,.. ok,.. so it's with the cashier at the point of sale,... so,.....how many times did you whip out your Droid and show it off today,... LOL

    how about a Whip Out Thread :icon_ devil:
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    Key Ring is cool. Check out PlinkArt and Google Goggles too - some very advanced visual recognition going on there!
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    These two are awesome. Makes getting mp3s for ringtones on to my phone so much easier!
    :icon_ banana:
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    Is there a song recognizer app that I can like put up to a speaker or the car and it will recognize the track?
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    Shaazam does just that.
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    Shazam is what you're looking for.
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    try Shazam to identify songs being played.
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    I tried this @ 2 locations, the store and the gym. Neither reader could read it :(
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    sounds cool...gotta try it out...

    ooops..nm. i don't wanna embarrass myself when i try to be cool at the gym. lol
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    Ringdroid is the shiz. that was the first app I downloaded on this phone.
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    The Amazon Kindle will also surf the web (specifically for Wikipedia, but I've gone to other sites, too). It was $250 and you can pry it out of my icy cold hands when I'm dead. But then, I read several books a week so I get a ton of use out of it.
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