Apps worth the money

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  1. 17redman17

    17redman17 New Member

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    Apps actually worth the money. Not games. What are they...not talking about free

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    2 apps that I purchased and use daily are Tasker and Calengoo. Wouldn't want to be without them.
     
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    phonemypc best $10 i've ever spent. saved me countless trips to friends/family houses to provide tech support for their laptops, htpcs and everything else as i can do everything from my phone as long as their pc is connected to the internet. also provides home monitoring as you can use webcams on pcs to look and listen to everything that's going on in the house. good way to monitor baby sitters, installers and other things when you're not at home.

    another apps that are worth their cost is widget locker and beautiful widgets. the live wallpaper of beautiful widgets is worth the app price by itself and widget locker lets you have ice cream sandwich unlock on any android phone right now.
     
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    For me its:

    SPB Shell 3D - it's a launcher
    Documents to Go
    PhoneMyPC
    Navigon

    All of the above were expensive, but I use them daily.

    Note: Navigon got a bunch of negative reviews because it did not work with Ginger Bread. A bunch of folks did not understand that it took the Devs a little while to get the bugs worked out after GB was released. So I would recommend in this case to pretty much ignore the negative reviews. This app is great and it used the same database of maps that Garmin uses. And it stores those maps on your sdcard.
     
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    is it the sd card storage that's the main reason you use Navigon over Google Nav? Or is it actually better as well?
     
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    Hard for me to answer as I've really not used Google Navigation enough. I used Co-Pilot a lot before I got Navigon. And I did get Navigon for 2 main reasons: 1. It used the same database as Garmin; 2. It stores the maps on the sdcard and thus doesn't rely on data connection.
     
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