Fingerprint Love Test checks how well two people match together. The result is calculated basing on persons fingerprints. A sophisticated algorithm then finds the similarities and calculates a score how well the two persons match together. Caution: This is just a fun app. Don't take the results too serious. It is just a funny game. Enjoy this app and have fun!
Math Training is an easy way to practice basic arithmetic. Choose what you want to learn or practice. There are Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division sums. You will find exercise with problems in each. Find the correct answer from the four options. Click on 'stop' tab to view your final result.
Currency Converter - track currencies from around the world. Easily convert between your favorite currencies. The exchange rates are provided by the European Central Bank. Currency Converter - track currencies from around the world. Easily convert between your favorite currencies. The exchange rates are provided by the European Central Bank.
Retro Style Night Clock. This is a simple, retro style night clock. It will display the time in big, bold letters. Since the screen will stay on while the application is open, it is highly recommended that you keep your phone plugged in to charge otherwise it will drain the battery.
The idea of the game is to complete a lap in the shortest amount of time. To give you an idea, 25 seconds is fast. Have fun.The edges of the track are sticky and will cause you to slow down if you hit them (hint - the outside edge allows you to drive further out before it slows you down).
Fill all square (at the left side) with any color from the list (at the right side). You must fill all square and make sure no directly connected parts have same color. To fill a square with specific color, choose the color by clicking color list (at the right side) and then click specific part do you want to color.
The object of the game is to move all the disks onto a different pole. You can only move one disk at a time and you must follow size order - a bigger disk can't go on a smaller disk. The Towers of Hanoi puzzle was published in 1883 by French mathematician Edouard Lucas, under the pen-name, N. Lucas de Siam. The "legend" which accompanied the game stated that in Benares, during the reign of the Emperor Fo Hi, there was a temple with a dome which marked the center of the world. Within the do