Back in the old days when smart phones are not the rage yet, the phones we have usually have those keypad lock mechanism. It helps to prevent accidental press of buttons on the phone when we tuck our phones into our pockets or bags etc. Then when we want to use the phone again, we Unlock the keypad lock.
Migraine sufferers usually have extensive note taking whenever migraine strikes so that they can bring them to their doctors for discussion and trying to find the reason why it struck them. This app does not aim to do that. What this app is to complement the note taking process. That is, when migraine strikes, a picture of a head anatomy is tagged with label and color on which part of your head it hurts. To use, tap Select picture to pick a picture from your Gallery and then tap Generate. Once picture loads, tap Menu > Caption to write say the date. Tap Menu > Write to start shade the area of your head that is throbbing. Tap Menu > Save to save the picture. Repeat again when the next migraine strikes. So over a period of time, you have a lot of pictures showing the pain on different or same part of your head. Is there a pattern etc. Hopefully with these pictures and your notes taken during migraine, this provides more information to the doctor for diagnosis. The application support English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese display.
This is a widget app. It will help your kids to call you visually. The widget will show your contact photo and then a tap will bring the dialer for your kids to call to you. Kids identify visually much better than using the default contact app to look for parents numbers to dial out.
Are you a small time businessman that needs to keep track of your store items quantity? When quantity gets low, you need to call the supplier for more? This app is to serve that need. Tap scan to scan barcode or key-in. Add quantity if you want default as 1. Tap Add, Minus accordingly. Tap Menu-Search to see all the data. Tap Export to save the data to sdcard as csv file. To configure the supplier contact number for your individual item, at the Menu-Search, tap and hold on the selected entry
This app does not aim to be a full-featured graph drawing app. What this app provides is a quick way to visualize your series of numeric data in a line chart. This is useful when sometimes you just want a graph representation of your numeric data like say your bets statistics etc. Able to save it as an image for viewing later etc. You can key in your numeric data one by one at Setup section by tap List to create a list. Then tap List Item to create a series of numeric data for a specified list.
For those who like to keep your own private grocery list to compare different stores and their prices on grocery items, this app is to serve that need. On day 1, you are at store 1 and you key in that item price/qty. On day 2, you are at store 2 and you key in that same item price/qty etc. A few weeks later when you re-visit store 1 and store 2, that item price/qty may have changed and this app will tell you the last known price.
This app provides a count up timer to track the number of days that have passed after an item/event start date. For example, in your work-place you could be juggling multiple projects concurrently and they all kick off on different dates. You can use this app at any time to find how many days have passed including present day since that project start date.
Have you run out of Home screens space to host your commonly used application icons? This app provide an alternative. It make use of the Notification status bar to host application icons. All you got to do is pull down, set your application and tap. This is useful when say you are inside an app and suddenly you want to launch another app. You do not have to go back to the Home screens which are cluttered with icons.