Android Application Weekly 6 Aug 2010


In this new segment we demonstrate 5 applications for the Android platform that we think are video worthy. Each segment is 30 seconds long to give just a small taste of what the program is capable of doing. To download the program directly to your Android device just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner and you will be taken directly to the download on the Android Market.

The applications demonstrated in this video are:

BumpA free application.


This program allows you to transfer contact information, pictures, applications and other files through a secure Blue Tooth connection. Just Bump two phones together and transfer the data.


The Coupons AppA free application.


This program gives hundreds of money saving coupons and coupon codes for online sites and local retailers. Want to know where the best value for fuel is? Just click the link for fuel prices to see where the best prices are in your area.


MyTracks – A free application.


Keep track of your distance, elevation, and speed while out and about. Just push the record button at the beginning of your trip and MyTracks will keep a detailed log of where you have gone. Upload the track after entering a title and description and friends or other users will be able to view where you have gone under the user created maps option in Google Earth and on the Google Maps website.

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PicSay – A free application.


Edit those countless photos you have stored on your Android device with professional-like quality. Add stickers and other graphics to humor your friends and family. Send the edited photos through MMS, email, or upload them to social networks.


Springpad – A free application.

This do-it-all note pad keeps track of virtually anything. From restaurants, to pictures, movies, events, and countless other categories. Sync your Springpad with the free Springpad online server to keep a backup.


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