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This is a discussion on Applications With The Most "Wow" Factor within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; 1 picsay pro 2 andwobble...
Tricorder - wow
Google Translate (voice to text translation) - 1 step away from a translator phone, brilliant
Ustream - I'm not good yet, but streaming video from phone to web, we're all reporters now.
Google Calendar - synched with my pc - Outlook eat your heart out - its free
Google Sky Map - Stunning
UK based so not got Google Voice or Navigate yet, can't wait
oh and PhoneMyPC as well! You can control your whole computer from your phone from ANYWHERE!
you can use this as a "phone browser" as well. (if you open the browser from your computer) it's literally like having a full featured FIREFOX on your phone with flash! but there's no sound...
edit: and yeah, the metal detector apps work because of the compass in the phone (it relies on megnetic fields) so the app is programed to alert you when the compass goes crazy (or is effected by a metal object)
jSeismo is a probably pointless to most, but kinda interesting at the same time.
Smart Alarm would be great if it actually worked Apparently the next OTA update will allow it to.
What's jseismo do? is it a seismograph?
that would be neat.
Hey, speaking of Subsonic... is there anyone out there who can explain to me how the heck to get it running? I'm a total idiot when it comes to computers but, for the life of me, I can't figure out how to get this thing working... anybody offering any help? Thanks!
Well I installed it.. and it's running as an app on my phone and it's in the system tray (I'm using Vista). I went to DroidBlog – Verizon Droid News and set up the password, the music folder, and I think I'm stuck on configure network settings. How exactly do I set this up? I have no idea what ports/addresses anything to use.