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    Posted: 18 October 2012 at 10:48pm
I recently got a Galaxy S3 and I am enjoying not having an obsolete phone for the first time since my original Sidekick. I was never one for the latest and greatest technology but I am really enjoying this. It really is worth every penny.

Anyway, what android apps, and specifically games, are you guys running? Currently I have basic utility apps like Swiftkey and Google Chrome. I might download Minecraft, but I really haven't played it since I used to hang on the Enos network. 

I have to say, a gig of RAM on a phone is fast.
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Someone on here suggested Super Stickman Golf, and I've been really enjoying that on iPhone.
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Google Skymap, Google Navigation, Llama, generic weather app, facebook, shazam, Pixlr-o-matic, twitter, bubble shoot, angry birds, flashlight, Yellow Pages, barcode scanner, avast mobile security.

Pocket Cloud is a nifty tool that is used to remote into your PC using your phone.


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If you work out, I like RunKeeper and JEFIT
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I use Swype beta and JuiceDefender full time. Otherwise I'd say just mix and match by whatever sounds cool at the time. The android platform has thousands of utility apps.

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Hi,
I am Alice Laquisha and a newbie to this forum.  I have used snapp! app for android.  It is a location based app and it uses a System GPS Locator to determines our position and helps us to share our messages with our friends via the social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Friendshare, Foursquare even when we are on the move!

Its really amazing to use.!


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Snapp! is probably the worst app on Android. Don't use it.

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Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

I use Swype beta and JuiceDefender full time. Otherwise I'd say just mix and match by whatever sounds cool at the time. The android platform has thousands of utility apps.

Juice defender does nothing that the stock OS doesn't already do. You actually wast more battery since 2.1 came out. Don't install it. The OS already kills dormant apps on it's own.

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Originally posted by mbro mbro wrote:

Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

I use Swype beta and JuiceDefender full time. Otherwise I'd say just mix and match by whatever sounds cool at the time. The android platform has thousands of utility apps.

Juice defender does nothing that the stock OS doesn't already do. You actually wast more battery since 2.1 came out. Don't install it. The OS already kills dormant apps on it's own.
Juice Defender isn't a Task Killer.  It conserves battery life by shutting down the radios (2G/3G/4G/WiFi) either by scheduling or when the battery level reaches a certain point.
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