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This is probably the best media player for Android I’ve seen so far. Everything looks and feels just perfect.
We talking about the doubleTwist app itself, but it’s only a part of the bigger project with the same name started in 2009. Positioned as “iTunes for Android” or “The Cure for iPhone Envy” it is certainly not that apple-polished even today, but either not so far away from what it claims.
Supporting the Android and a wide variety of platforms, it features main PC or MAC central software similar to iTunes, that allows you to connect and sync music and video between computer and mobile device. Most importantly, it can automatically convert data to most suitable format, that exactly your phone would support and play flawlessly.
But what I admire the most is its awesome appearance. All buttons are large and easy to tap on, design is evidently made by a person with sense of style, album covers and song titles are well placed exploiting modern high-res screens to their fullest. Everything unnecessary like star rating or shuffle controls could be hidden with a single touch.
And finally, video playback is unbelievably fast and smooth (as distinct from RockPlayer). I hadn’t tested it with truly HD movies like 480p or 720p, but common dvd-rips were running with ease, never mind an optimized-for-mobile ones.
A musthave app for all Dropbox users, that allows you to sync with your global account and have full functionality on your mobile device.
Dropbox is a software that syncs your files online and across your computers. You put any files into your Dropbox on one computer, and they’ll be almost instantly available on any of your other computers that you’ve installed Dropbox on (Windows, Mac, and Linux). Because a copy of your files are stored on Dropbox’s secure servers, you can also access them from any computer or mobile device using the Dropbox website.
This app delivers you direct access to your Dropbox account and makes sharing a lot easier. Of course, if you don’t have free wi-fi connection or unlimited contract with your operator, it would cost a lot of money depending on traffic usage. Anyway, every time you’ve got decent free connection, you can instantly share everything like photos, videos, links, files, documents etc. For instance, you can move all your mobile pics to Dropbox folder and then use them on a computer without plugging in any cables. Marvelous!
FatBooth Android Apps and Games
Awesome photoapp to perform pranks on your friends and build up a collection of their hilarious fat faces.
Maybe it works not so smooth as you’d want it to, but results are great, and this is all that matters. You ask one of your friends to pose for a portrait (for a contacts list, yeah), fill onscreen oval with his or her face, then correct positions of the eyes’, lips’ and chin’s markers and BAM! — you get the amazingly realistic fat photo to share on twitter or to save on SD card. Or you can just go rogue and take a normal photo, and make it fat later.
Also, it is called Booth because it keeps all of the ‘before & after’ pictures in the start screen for you to scroll through and laugh.