Graphing Calculator – MathPac v8.5.1

Latest version:8.5.1
Requirement: Android 2.2 and up

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MathPac offers Precision, Accuracy and Affordability for your Android Device.
A few of the key features of our graphing calculator:
On-Screen Help, & Word prompts…Graphs w/Evaluate, Pinch/Zoom, Pan, Trace, Min, Max, Intercepts, Intersections, Zeros, Tableview, dy/dx, Graph of Tangent Line, Limits, & Integrals
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Factors, Slope-EQ, Sequences, Sums, Matrix Operations, Dot Products, Cross Products, 11-Regressions, Complex numbers, Degrees & Radians, a TVM Solver for those business applications, and of course a full function Scientific Calculator with Complex number operations returned in Standard form!

Best Graphing Calculator App for Android.
! Does Not Need Internet connection !

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Angry Birds v2.1.0

Requirements: Android v2.1+
Overview:Use the unique powers of the Angry Birds to destroy the greedy pigs’ fortresses!
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the greedy pigs who stole

The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the greedy pigs who stole their eggs. Use the unique powers of each bird to destroy the pigs’ fortresses. Angry Birds features challenging physics-based gameplay and hours of replay value. Each of the over 300 levels requires logic, skill, and force to solve.

Terms of Use: EULA – Rovio Entertainment Ltd
Privacy Policy: Privacy Policy – Rovio Entertainment Ltd

Recent changes:
It’s a beautiful day at the beach… til the pigs show up! Can the Angry Birds rescue their eggs in time to have some fun in the sun?

Puzzle your way through 15 tropical levels!
New beach theme is so sunny you’ll get a secondhand tan!
Latest version: 2.1.0 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)

Radiant Defense v1.0.2

Requirements: Android 2.2+
Overview: MILLIONS OF ALIENS WILL DIE

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Radiant Defense is a tower defense game set in a vibrant universe invaded by countless alien hordes.
Build your space fortress any way you wish, set up wide variety of weapons and traps and let the invasions begin!

FEATURES
• Tower Defense set in the Radiant Universe
• Build your own route for incoming waves of enemies!
• More than 300 waves of aliens across 10 missions
• 9 upgradable weapons to kill the aliens with style
• 3 superweapons of mass defense
• Online hall of fame – your scores can only grow
• Signature soundtrack by Kubatko

Dark Legends v0.9.1.3

Requirements: Android 2.2+
Overview: Fangs, blood, and super speed… Dark Legends is a free vampire horror MMORPG.
Rise And Join The Vampire Nation. Sink your teeth into the mobile and desktop vampire world Dark Legends for FREE!

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Since time immemorial, the Vampire Nation has survived in the shadow of human civilization as a rumor and a whisper. A new light, fueled by technology and mass communication, has appeared and revealed the true existence of vampires to the world at large. Now, the Vampire Nation is desperately hunted by fearful humans that have turned to technology and the Dark Arts.

In Dark Legends, YOU rise as part of the Vampire Nation and fight to survive against a world that has turned against you! Use your supernatural strength, incredible speed, and powerful fangs to enforce your will.

Unbound Gamer: “Spacetime Studios has pioneered a new way of playing MMOs.”
Girl Gamer: “Good old-fashioned hack-and-slash goodness.”
Ten Ton Hammer: “Spacetime’s most ambitious (and bloodiest) title yet.”

Dark Legends is a free vampire horror adventure and 3D Massively-Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG). In this dark, online world you’ll fight alongside millions of players from around the world in co-op or pvp action.

FREE TO PLAY
Dark Legends is committed to a free to play experience where players may progress through all of the content and even achieve the maximum experience and power level at no cost to you. Purchasing in game “Platinum” offers you the ability to generally save time on your progress or own unique items or equipment.

PLAY WITH ANYONE, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME!
Dark Legends plays over virtually any connection: wireless, Edge, 3G or 4G connections and most mobile devices. Additionally, all players connect to the same game world and play on a single server set… which means you won’t have any trouble finding your friends in the game world and playing alongside them anytime. In fact, players from nearly 200 countries already play Spacetime games.

Dark Legends is also available in the Chrome Web Store and is Xperia PLAY optimized.

If you like Dark Legends, you may also enjoy other games in the Legends series: fantasy themed Pocket Legends or sci fi themed Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles!

What’s in this version:
+ Added support for signing in with a Google Account
+ Polished flow for new users
+ Increased energy point drop rate within 3d missions
+ Fixed players sometimes joining an already partially completed tutorial missions
+ 3D audio now attenuates properly

Drag Racing: Bike Edition v1.0.2

Requirements: Android 1.6+
Overview: The long-awaited extension of the most popular racing game – Drag Racing.
The long-awaited extension of the most popular racing game in the world is finally here!

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Diversify your racing experience with 17 extremely fast sport bikes in a new game from Creative Mobile.

– Challenge thousands of players in 4 online modes
– Win and get to the top of the global leaderboards
– Share your best runs on Facebook and Twitter
– Combine upgrades to get the fastest vehicle
– Tune and get even faster

Enjoy exiting races with realistic motorcycle physics and amazing graphics that are perfectly optimized for tablets and high-resolution devices.

Special thanks to beta-testers and awesome guys from DragRacingForum.net for helping us make this game! Your feedback has been incredibly helpful.

If the game doesn’t work on your device, don’t worry – we’re dedicated to adding more supported devices. Expect great updates soon!

What’s in this version:
Stability & performance improvements
Better gear change response
Various bugfixes and UI updates

Panorama v1.3.0.120413

Requirements: Android 1.6+
Overview: Panorama, the Best Panorama camera For FREE!!

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Wouldn’t you like a view of the really big panorama picture? Try Panorama, take stunning panoramas easily!

You just need to click the Capture button, and sweep the scene from left to right slowly and steadily.

Before capture, select the effect you like, Old Photo, Color Sketch, Black & White, just try it! Magic Shot, Magic panoramic photos!

Instantly share the Panoramas with your Facebook and Twitter friends at the same time.

System Requirements: Android 1.6+
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Support: powercam@wondershare.com

Recent changes:
1)Changed App name to Panorama;
2)Optimized the way of picture browse, pictures can be zoomed and dragged;
3)Changed the share topic to #Panorama;
4)Fixed some bugs;

What’s in this version:
Added dozens of new effects, such as Four Seasons, Crossprocess, Neon, Poster, etc;
Increased photo resolution, the larger screen resolution the bigger image;
Improved auto-focus function;
New logo for Panorama;
Fixed bugs;

Mountain Lake Live Wallpaper v1.01

Requirements: Android 2.2+
Overview: Live wallpaper with mountains reflecting in the waves of a lake.

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Breathtaking mountains reflecting in the calm relaxing waves of the lake. Flowers and grass in the foreground, birds in the air and a live sky with clouds, sun and moon depending on the time. Supports horizontal scrolling on all devices.

While the free version is beautiful and fully functional, most settings are locked. The full version is highly customizable with loads of settings and offers “real time” mode with seamless color transitions between all times of the day.

Based on the extraordinary photo “Mount Shuksan, Picture Lake” by JoAnn Zheng (edited by Michal Osmenda).

Flashify v1.1

Requirements: Android 2.1+
Overview: Flashify lets you share a url from one browser to another browser that supports Flash.

Flashify lets you share a url from one browser to another browser that supports Flash.

I wrote it because I was annoyed that Chrome Beta doesn’t support Flash and likely never will. This lets you easily switch to another browser that does support Flash without awkwardly copying and pasting the url.

Flashify doesn’t have to be used for Flash, it is useful for anyone that wants to switch browsers quickly on the same website.

It has been tested with Chrome Beta, Browser (default), Dolphin HD, Firefox, Opera Mobile and should work in all browsers via the Share option.

Look at the screenshots to see how it works.
This app won’t show up in the app drawer. It only adds an option to the share menu in your browsers.

Flashify is open sourced on GitHub: https://github.com/GodsMoon/Flashify

Special thanks to Jose Cordoba for the new name.

Nexus S 4G and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich: A 10-day Journey

Back on April 2, we reported about the leak of the official Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich build for the Nexus S 4G on Sprint along with step-by-step instructions to manually install it (available now as an OTA update). Sitting at work while reading the article, I immediately cancelled my plans to eat lunch that day and reactivated my Nexus S that had been patiently lying on my kitchen table waiting for this day. I have always waited for the OTA updates in the past, never wanting to take a chance messing up my phone or computer, but this update was too important for old habits. The instructions were as clear as they come. I had to register for a free Jumbo Files account before the site would let me download the software, but after a 15 minute download, the rest was a piece of cake. The whole process took about 35 minutes, total, including the registration. Find out if it was worth the wait after the break.

I cannot remember a time when I was more excited about a software update than this one. For many Android users as of late, firmware updates have been the source of bitter sweet sentiments, even causing a lot of people to refrain from updating at all in fear of the unknown. Again, I was always the one who waited and let the early birds take the chance. No more playing it safe. When the new ICS boot-up animation started up, I was practically jumping up and down in place telling all my workmates to gather ‘round. You’ll have to forgive my excitement in that moment. I have never rooted my phone nor done anything like this before. The only phone-to-computer action you saw in my house was for file transfers only. My successful attempt at modification had given me a new found sense of empowerment and pride.

As I went through the initial setup steps, because my phone had been fully wiped in the process, I immediately noticed the smooth response when swiping between screens and opening apps. I realize this is not a big deal for a lot of users, but for me, this is something that I do everyday to get to my important apps and widgets, so homescreen lag is a major turn off. Luckily for me, ICS on the Nexus S 4G didn’t suffer from this issue.

It has now been 10 days since I have been using ICS on my Nexus S 4G and here is the good, bad and ugly of my experience.

-The Good-

ICS is super smooth! This was a major concern of mine as the Nexus S 4G only has a single-core processor and 512 MB of RAM, yet Google has done a fantastic job in modifying their latest software to work smoothly on last year’s hardware. Google decided to keep the symbols below the screen active, as opposed to being incorporated onto the screen like the Galaxy Nexus. I feel this was a good move because the screen size on the Nexus S is only 4 inches and it would indeed be too cramped to have 100% stock ICS crammed into the display.

The software enhancements that come with ICS are the real treat in my opinion. For instance, the new Gmail app is so much more clean, elegant and a joy to work with. ICS finally added the ability to natively assign different text message notification tones to specific contacts. Lacking this feature out of the box and being forced to find an app to perform this function really annoyed me back in the day.

I am proud to state that we now have a built-in 4G toggle widget! You would think that you could have found a widget in the Play Store for this but there weren’t any that worked. What was then a 4-step process has now been reduced to a simple tap on the homescreen. Lastly, ICS is just so gosh darn beautiful to look at. I was a major nerd and visited my neighborhood Verizon store just to compare my Nexus S to their Galaxy Nexus and I couldn’t see a difference in color or screen response between the two.

-The Bad-

ICS may not have altered the overall smoothness and response on the Nexus S 4G but I have seen some noticeable effect on battery life. I can safely say that my battery now lasts roughly 25% less that it used to. Luckily I’m never far from a charger, but this will be a drastic adjustment for many users who have been used to getting through most of the day if not the entire day with Gingerbread Android 2.3. Perhaps this can be addressed in a future software update, but it’s important to be prepared for it now.

Another issue is that the phone will get hot when doing simple tasks like writing emails, reading news and checking my calendar. It’s mostly when the phone has been doing things for about 10-15 minutes or longer, but my phone never used to get hot at all in the past. It is not uncommon for phones to get heated when they are active, but again, this is a noticeable change since the update.

Lastly and sadly, the phone volume has become even softer than before. The Nexus S, like the Galaxy Nexus, has never been a phone that you could count on being able to hear while at the bar or club. However, I am unhappy to report that you will almost certainly need to find some naturally loud ringtones from the Play Store or online to help compensate for this change. It can be remedied for sure but admittedly, it’s a bummer to see the sound quality suffer more, rather than receive a much needed improvement.

So there you have it ladies and gentlemen. After my experience, I can say that overall, I love what ICS does for Android, and I am very happy that the big “G” didn’t forget about last year’s Google experience device supporters. In my opinion, the ICS improvements for the Nexus S 4G greatly outweigh its shortcomings. So was it worth it for you? Let your thoughts be heard in the comments below.