This is a discussion on List of "Best In Class" apps? within the Nexus One Application Discussion forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by rioja Originally Posted by Maris Originally Posted by rioja Is anyone using a Calendar Widget? Looking for a good one but there's ...
Been going through a lot of apps lately, mostly looking for a good Calendar app, and a good "voice recorder" app.
So far, the best looking Calendar that looks like it will do what I want (show a full "grid" calendar as a widget, with colours), is the "Pure Grid Calendar", although it costs a bit.
I went through 5 or 6 voice recorder apps before finding "TapeMachine". It actually lets you append to the end of a file (very cool), and shows a neat waveform view that you can actually "scrub" through and hear. The ability to save as Flac is also cool, as I'm a big Flac fan.
I'd definitely pay for both of these, but I'm patiently awaiting the ability to pay for market apps with PayPal....
P.S. Really digging CardioTrainer as well. The free version is really quite good.
Much better for a musician who wants to record song ideas on the go...
the person who started this thread has not responded once to it. i'm just saying
If I had to name my greatest strength, I guess it would be my humility. Greatest weakness, it's possible that I'm a little too awesome.
8. Podcast Manger> I have had Doggcatcher since about a week after I first got an Android phone, tried all others, nothing compares. Worth the price, try it for a day. A little complex but once you figure it out you can navigate easily.
5. ak notepad
6. history eraser
7. keeper (although keyboard input is flakey)
If I had holidays on my calendar, I would have to buy someone something.
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I use ustream for streaming video, its really good
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