Some new apps you don't want to miss (June - July 2013)

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Android developers, myself included, work hard to roll out new apps. And in the sea of apps that is the PlayStore, we have newcomers practically every second.

That's why I want to make a monthly post that highlight a few really outstanding apps periodically.

Here goes the June - July 2013 issue. Disclaimer: NO, I do NOT OWN all these apps. If I do any of them, I will let you know.

1. Quick Money Recorder
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smartidea.quickmoneyrecorder
Let's face it. We have all tried to be self-disciplined, downloaded a similar app and record our spending, then we just give up at some point since it's too tedious.
This app makes recording a spending easy with every input within just 1 interface. You can even fire up your camera to take photos of receipts so you can do the entries later.

2. Quick Alarm (I developed this)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sunrix.tools.simplealarmfree
This is a simply designed alarm app that does what it does: multiple alarms, customize ringtones for each alarm, snooze, 12/24-hour display, gradually increasing volume when ringing, etc.. What is so unique about this app is that it is very lightweighted for what it can do. It will save battery life and valuable memory resources for your phone. With all that, its design is still elegant.

3. Call Recorder
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.enlightment.voicecallrecorder
This is a very organized call recorder that can record your important calls and sort them systematically. You can even save the recordings as mp3 to your SD card for future references so it saves your phone's storage

I hope to do this kind of post monthly. If well received, I will do it more frequently. So please stay tuned.
 

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Android developers, myself included, work hard to roll out new apps. And in the sea of apps that is the PlayStore, we have newcomers practically every second.

That's why I want to make a monthly post that highlight a few really outstanding apps periodically.

Here goes the June - July 2013 issue. Disclaimer: NO, I do NOT OWN all these apps. If I do any of them, I will let you know.

1. Quick Money Recorder
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smartidea.quickmoneyrecorder
Let's face it. We have all tried to be self-disciplined, downloaded a similar app and record our spending, then we just give up at some point since it's too tedious.
This app makes recording a spending easy with every input within just 1 interface. You can even fire up your camera to take photos of receipts so you can do the entries later.


2. Quick Alarm (I developed this)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sunrix.tools.simplealarmfree
This is a simply designed alarm app that does what it does: multiple alarms, customize ringtones for each alarm, snooze, 12/24-hour display, gradually increasing volume when ringing, etc.. What is so unique about this app is that it is very lightweighted for what it can do. It will save battery life and valuable memory resources for your phone. With all that, its design is still elegant.

3. Call Recorder
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.enlightment.voicecallrecorder
This is a very organized call recorder that can record your important calls and sort them systematically. You can even save the recordings as mp3 to your SD card for future references so it saves your phone's storage

I hope to do this kind of post monthly. If well received, I will do it more frequently. So please stay tuned.

this one sounds nice, I'd hate to balance a check book / write down everything I spend so much that I just don't do it. I wonder if there's some android app that immediately alerts you if there's little or no money in your checking account?
 
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