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App City is my new installment on my channel where I review apps available to smart-phones and computers.
Juice Defender: http://latedroid.com/juicedefender
This is a great app which has helped me save my Android’s batter up for to 2.5 days! Be sure to check it out in the Android Market.
Scanner Radio: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.scannerradio&hl=en
Scanner Radio allows you to listen to any police, fire, and emergency channels across the nation. You can listen in to your own home town, or listen in on another crime riden city. Like Los Angeles!
This app gives you scientific calculator for your smart-phone. Meaning, you can do just about any equation you could think of. As well, you can graph out the entire equation.
This app is great for school, work, just about anything. You can create quick and simple notes and categorize them into their own notebooks. You can also access your notes on any tablet, smart phone, or computer. The app/program can be downloaded for any platform you have.
Class Buddy: http://www.appbrain.com/app/class-buddy-student-planner/com.acj0.classbuddypro
A great app for students to help organize your class schedule, your homework, school events, and anything else school related. Be sure to check this out in the Android Market.
Documents To Go: http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/
This app allows you to view and create Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint files on your phone. You can also share these files between devices and emails. The only downside is this app runs up to $15 and will soon go back to $30.
Google Docs: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.apps.docs&hl=en
Much like Documents To Go, this allows you to view and share documents. The only difference is, Google is giving this out for free!
This app is available for Android and iPhone. It allows you to actually view your voice-mail for a change! You can select the message you would like to listen to, pause, rewind, and fast-forward to any point you would like.