Two popular lottery games, computer quick pick helper in a single application. If you are not satisfied with what they pick for you time and time again, this application provides some quick pick variation and hopefully it can increase your chance of striking the lottery! The application supports English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese display.
Have you come across a situation say while your smart phone is on Wifi and then you move around your house, it sometimes switches to another other Wifi network. Ideally you want to be informed about the new network connected. Or while you are browsing the smart phone and then somehow for inexplicable reason the network goes down. This app is to serve that need by providing you some alert.
For some people who want to do simple deleting of unwanted files in your sd-card mass volume based on files are how old, this app is to serve that need. To configure, set the folder (at least one), file extension (optional), file time stamp in terms of how many days, hours, minutes old at least. Tap Execute Rule to start deleting those files fulfilling the criteria or tap Save Rule to save the configuration to be re used later.
For users who are into support line, missed calls from clients are normally due to many calls coming in. However once you get back to them or they finally get through to you, all past missed calls are redundant. But yet the support user have to manually go and delete those missed calls from the Call Log.
This is a flash card app to teach young kids new words/things. Only twist is the flash card is constructed based on your own pictures stored in Gallery and the audio accompanying the flash card is your own voice recording. Before using the app, construct your own photos and voice recording for the flash cards. Use the camera to take the pictures. Then use any existing voice recording app to record the picture audio. E.g you take a picture of apple, then you record the voice apple for that picture. To use, tap New Flashcard Set. Give a name and tap Save. Then tap Add flashcard item. Tap Flashcard(image) to bring in your jpg, png image file from Gallery. Tap Flashcard to bring in your voice recording. Tap Caption to set the caption for the flash card. Tap Preview to preview and tap Save to save the flash card. Tap View Flashcard, Set for further adding or removing of flashcard item from the set. Then go to tap Play Flashcard Set. Select a flashcard set and tap Start Play. Important points to note: Camera taken pictures take up memory so if you encounter frequent error most likely it is Out Of Memory so this app is not suitable for your phone. Higher config phone should work fine. The application supports English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese display.
The default stock alarm in our smart phone provides us a way to schedule alarm at exact date/time. However there will be some time when we want a fixed time interval reminder over a relatively long time span. instead. E.g your everyday work requires you to use the computer for long period. You can set the interval reminder to ring every 20 minutes to inform you to take a break and rest your eyes. Or you are going to drive for hours, then you can set the interval reminder to ring every 30 minutes to wake you in case you doze off at the wheel. Or any other test cases which require fixed interval reminder. For test cases that you need to be informed in terms of hours instead of minutes say take medicine time at different hours of the day, the default stock alarm should suffice so this app does not attempt to compete with that. To configure, set Start Time, End Time, fixed time interval (minutes) to occur, repeating, ringtone for the alarm. Important points to note: Set screen timeout to be longer so the ringtone can play longer to get your attention, Disable any screen lock because it may prevent the app from waking the smart phone up to play the ringtone, With 15 minutes to test the app, try not to input very close fixed time interval. This is to prevent overwhelming Alarm Manager in double quick succession and also allow the ringtone resources to be released in time for the next scheduled alarm.
This app provides a count "up" timer to track the number of days that have passed after an item/event start date. E.g 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 (include today) since that project start date. E.g for women, you can use this app to keep track of how many days have passed (include today) since your last period. E.g for mother, you can use this ap
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 is not meant for active intra day trader or short term investor to do their trading. This app is more targeted for long term investor who perhaps once a week or month want to take a look and track all their stocks performance in a glance. Since the app uses yahoo finance for the stock prices, it is not real time. It could lag or maybe the site is down due to heavy traffic. But generally for viewing purposes, this app should suffice.
In our daily lives, very often we use something that resembles a checklist. Example for every grocery trip, there are some items like rice, bread etc that is a must buy. For every trip overseas, there are some items like change money, tourist map etc. For every cooking, there are some items like sugar, salt, pepper, onions etc. We tend to prepare this list in advance and then as each item is fulfilled we will tick them off as done.
For people who very often find their smartphone out of phone memory and have to uninstall some of them to make space for new free apps, Then one fine day you vaguely remember you have installed certain free apps before and you are keen to know the full name but you just cannot remember.