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31Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Sat Nov 08 2014, 18:27

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Apps are all very well,but a good case is vital.
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32Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Mon Feb 09 2015, 18:56

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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HD Cinema is a good one for films, watched Taken 3 the other day superb quality, PM me if you want the link to download.

33Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Wed Feb 11 2015, 01:44

Biggie

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@Biggie wrote:
@scottjames30 wrote:
@Biggie wrote:
How not to be a tosser.
You're taking this a little far now aren't you, have I touched a nerve?

Sit down you embarrassing man, call yourself a mod? Laughing

Do you admit you lost the fight now?  Very Happy Smile 
I would just like to say I did not make the above comments, i have just seen them for the first time.

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34Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Wed Feb 11 2015, 02:07

Keegan

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LiveScore, SkySports Score Centre, n7player, Shazam, Aldiko.

Aldiko reads pdf, epub etc. I have several books on my phone.

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35Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Wed Feb 11 2015, 09:18

Soul Kitchen

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Ivan Campo
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@scottjames30 wrote:Is there any Stamp collecting or Bluebottle spotting apps for bwfc1874?
I use perfect pint app for pubs and ale. Perhaps a perfect spliff app would come in useful for the space trucker?

36Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Wed Feb 11 2015, 10:49

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
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@Soul Kitchen wrote:
@scottjames30 wrote:Is there any Stamp collecting or Bluebottle spotting apps for bwfc1874?
I use perfect pint app for pubs and ale. Perhaps a perfect spliff app would come in useful for the space trucker?

Laughing

37Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Tue Sep 24 2019, 12:45

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Anyone got any apps I might not know about?  Got plenty on my iPhone but I don't use half of them.

Anything special I shouldn't be without? I'm a bit behind in the app department.

38Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:14

Norpig

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One i might need is for my son. Some chap invented an app that stops teenagers ignoring their phone when their parents are trying to contact them, Apparently it locks their phone till they respond and plays some kind of annoying tone that they can't ignore. 

If you use public transport a lot like me then moovit is very good. very good for bus routes and even counts down the stops if you don't know where you're going.

Surely their must be a slipper app you can peruse Boncey? Or maybe a good first aid one would be useful for you  Very Happy

39Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:17

xmiles

xmiles
Jay Jay Okocha
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Waze is better than any satnav in my experience.

40Useful Apps. - Page 2 Empty Re: Useful Apps. on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:56

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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@Norpig wrote:One i might need is for my son. Some chap invented an app that stops teenagers ignoring their phone when their parents are trying to contact them, Apparently it locks their phone till they respond and plays some kind of annoying tone that they can't ignore. 

If you use public transport a lot like me then moovit is very good. very good for bus routes and even counts down the stops if you don't know where you're going.

Surely their must be a slipper app you can peruse Boncey? Or maybe a good first aid one would be useful for you  Very Happy
Sounds interesting. I often don't know where I'm going, so I'll look into that one.

Can't find any slipper apps, but a first aid app would be useful. It'd certainly free up A+E for more important matters. Hope it's not like the rest of the internet. I've only got to google a disease, and I get all the symptoms overnight.
Too much knowledge can be a bad thing.

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