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10 apps I use again and again

Aug 15, 2012

I’m an Android apps developper : search for Haraweb in Google Play.
I decided to publish this list to share the apps I re-install everytime I reset my phone!

Titanium Backup ★ root

Pros: secure your phone config. One-clic restore when your phone looses its config…
Cons: works best on a rooted device.
My opinion: Very useful! I bought the license key after a few days to show support to the dev team. As I develop apps, my phone is sonetimes buggy. With Titanium Backup, I never lost anything!


NDrive 10

Pros: searching a destination is easy, especially with history log. The user interface is clear and easy to understand. Vocal guiding is a must to keep your eyes on the road!
Cons: Roundabouts guiding could be more efficient (“go straight” instead of “take the second exit”…)
My opinion: As efficient as a dedicated road-navigation-GPS, provided your android-phone GPS chip is fast and precise enough!



Pros: A lot of features. Integrates with other apps from the same developper
Cons: Heavy-weighted software!
My opinion: I use it mainly for the private box (secured by a password). When somebody borrows my phone, I’m sure they won’t read those msg I want to keep for myself!


Free WiFi Spot

Pros: Very easy to use. Keeps your connexion infos for a completely transparent connexion. Proceeds to an automatic reconnexion when needed.
Cons: None, IMO
My opinion: A lightweight free app. It does the job seamlessly. Try it and keep it !


Ulysse Gizmos

Pros: Very simple and clear user interface.
Cons: None, IMO
My opinion: I only use it now and then, but each time it is very useful, for example to replace a dedicated bubble level when I do crafts.


Cut the Rope

Pros: A funny and slightly odd game. I particularly like the disappointed look of Om when the candy passes him by!
Cons: Addicitve 🙂
My opinion: I’m not a gamer, neither on my phone nor on the PC, and my WII gathers dust… But this one I keep and play on a regular basis.



Pros: A focused app that does the job.
Cons: Only userful on a rooted phone…
My opinion: A must-have when your phone is rooted, to control which app gets superuser access


Just Player

Pros: Efficient (the other Ampache clients I tested are buggy…), easy to use once setup is done.
Cons: Not so easy to setup as the Ampache provider is a separate app from the player itself.
My opinion: Setup your Ampache on an Internet-connected server and use “Just Player” to get access to your music everywhere (either over wifi or 3G)


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