The App 100: The World’s Greatest Apps

Accuweather is available for the iPhone and Android.

Swipe up and you’ll get more detailed information, including a business telefonanlagengermany-virtual-number.com (visit) five-day forecast, a radar map (only available for iPhone), and sun and cheap calls Australia mobile moon information. Of all the apps featured in this article and the video above, Yahoo’s app has become the app I check most often. Free, iPhone DarkSky Dark Sky That is if it isn’t supposed to rain out. Then I find myself frantically looking at Dark Sky on my iPhone. No, this isn’t a 3-D game, but instead an app dedicated to providing you information about precipitation.
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CardMunch helps you digitize all your paper business cards.

Price:Free Available on: Android and iOS . Gmail can also be accessed from any smartphone browser like BlackBerry and Windows Phone by heading to m.google.com/mail . Dropbox is the best place to store your files online. Steve Kovach, Business Insider Dropbox lives on your desktop as a virtual folder.
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Six incredibly beautiful Live Wallpapers for your Android

Space Colony Perhaps one of the most detailed Live Wallpapers I’ve seen thus far, Space Colony is heavy on to learn more polish and customization. The city looks every bit like Coruscant (from “Star Wars”) and features buildings that light up, space ships, a glowing aura, and more. Tweak the layout to your heart’s content, with settings for nearly every aspect apps for free calls imaginable. Those of you running Android 4.2 will certainly love setting Space Colony on your Daydream screen. Why stare at your news feeds or a clock when you can escape to a more civilized and futuristic society? While there is no free version to download and play with, I suggest checking out some of developer Maxelus.net ‘s other Live Wallpapers.
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Ask Engadget: best ‘Find my Phone’ app for Android?

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Mobile By Daniel Cooper posted Aug 11th, 2012 at 9:19 PM 0 We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is coming to us from Jacob, who needs to ensure he can find his Android phone if it’s lost. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com. “Hi good folks at Engadget! I just upgraded to a Galaxy S III and I need a new “find my phone” tool. I used to use SeekDroid on my DROID 2, but the web interface won’t work on the new phone.
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