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Android App of the Week:

Source: Android Market

I don’t remember how I discovered, but I’m happy I did. This to do app is well designed, easy to use, and has a ton of useful features. I still haven’t decided if I like it better than Do It Tomorrow, though. At the moment, it’s a toss-up.

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Android App of the Week – Evernote

I’ve made a lot of changes with my phone. Most notably I ditched Sense UI on my Sensation for MIUI, but that’s for another post.

My newest favorite app is Evernote. I’ve had the app on my phone a few times already, but it’s only recently I really started using it. Although I prefer OneNote to Evernote on PC, there aren’t any good OneNote apps for Android.

With all the project I work on and my class work, organize everything is a hassle. I’ve tried bookmarks, and now I have a folder filled with bookmarks without any context. I’ve tried the Chrome extension Tab Cloud, too. It was great a first, but then my suspended sessions started adding up, and now my Tab Cloud is as big of a mess as my bookmarks. And if I happened to discover something on my phone, I would always send it to myself in an email so I could figure out what to do with it later, leaving me with tons of emails simply labeled “Links.” Continue reading

Android App of the Week: SiMi Folder Widget

SiMi Folder Widget is effectively an app launcher for your home screen. Create a folder, customize the icon, associate apps with that folder, and place it on your home screen. Easy!

When you have a ton of apps like me, having to scroll through the app drawer to find one app is insane. In concert with Launcher Pro, SiMi Folder is a godsend. Any apps that I have in folders on my home screen(s), I hide in the app drawer.

It’s a fantastic app, and it helps me stay organized on my phone. Screenshots from the Android Market below.

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Source: Android Market

Android App of the Week: Bubbleator Live Wallpaper

This week’s Android App of the Week is a live wallpaper, and a pretty cool one too. Bubbleator Live Wallpaper puts tweets, Facebook updates, calendar events, SMS, weather, and more on your home screen.

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