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The Top 50 Applications (Android misc)

As you may have heard, the results from Android Developer Challenge Part 1, Round 1 were announced to all the participants late last week; here’s a list containing the name of the application and its author(s).

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AndroidScan – Jeffrey Sharkey
Beetaun – Sergey Gritsyuk and Dmitri Shipilov
BioWallet – Jose Luis Huertas Fernandez
BreadCrumbz – Amos Yoffe
CallACab – Konrad Huebner and Henning Boeger
City Slikkers – PoroCity Media and Virtual Logic Systems
Commandro – Alex Pisarev, Andrey Tapekha
Cooking Capsules – Mary Ann Cotter and Muthuselvam Ramadoss
Diggin – Daniel Johansson, Aramis Waernbaum, Andreas Hedin
Dyno – Virachat Boondharigaputra
e-ventr – Michael Zitzelsberger
Eco2go – Taneem Talukdar, Gary Pong, Jeff Kao and Robert Lam
Em-Radar – Jack Kwok
fingerprint – Robert Mickle
FreeFamilyWatch – Navee Technologies LLC
goCart – Rylan Barnes
GolfPlay – Inizziativa Networks
gWalk – Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus ten Hagen, Christian Klinger, Marko Modsching, Rene Scholze
HandWx – Weathertop Consulting LLC
IMEasy – Yan Shi
Jigsaw – Mikhail Ksenzov
JOYity – Zelfi AG
LifeAware – Gregory Moore, Aaron L. Obrien, Jawad Akhtar
Locale – Clare Bayley, Christina Wright, Jasper Lin, Carter Jernigan
LReady Emergency Manager – Chris Hulls, Dilpreet Singh, Luis Carvalho, Phuong Nguyen
Marvin – Pontier Laurent
Mobeedo – Sengaro GmbH
Multiple Facets Instant Messenger – Virgil Dobjanschi
MyCloset – Mamoru Tokashiki
PedNav – RouteMe2 Technologies Inc.
Phonebook 2.0 – Voxmobili
PicSay – Eric Wijngaard
PiggyBack – Christophe Petit and Sebastien Petit
Pocket Journey – Anthony Stevens and Rosie Pongracz
Rayfarla – Stephen Oldmeadow
Safety Net – Michael DeJadon
SocialMonster – Ben Siu-Lung Hui and Tommy Ng
SplashPlay
Sustain- Keeping Your Social Network Alive – Niraj Swami
SynchroSpot – Shaun Terry
Talkplay – Sung Suh Park
Teradesk РJos̩ Augusto Athayde Ferrarini
The Weather Channel for Android – The Weather Channel Interactive Inc.
TuneWiki – TuneWiki Inc.
Wikitude-the Mobile Travel Guide – Philipp Breuss
Writing Pad – ShapeWriter Inc

http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2008/05/top-50-applications.html

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AndroidBoy v1.0.6 (GBC emu for Android)

Java GB is a Java-based Gameboy and Gameboy Color emulator for mobile devices. If you want to play Gameboy games on your mobile phone you should try this emulator.

Thanks to http://www.aep-emu.de for the news.

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=219240

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Space Bugs v1.0 (Demo) (Android Game)

Space Bugs is a shoot’em up with perspective on you move 2 ships at the same time. The game with a OLD School gfx is a mix of Gyrus/Tempest and Xenon 2/Tyrian 2000.

Features in this release:

3 Final Bosses
3 Planets and over 20 levels
2 Gameplay modes : History and Survival Mode
Move Two Ships at the same time with an intuitive control
About 1 hour of gameplay in History mode
Buy/Shell items and weapons and improve your ship(Only 4 weapons)

http://www.gotoandroid.com/project/spacebugs

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OpenIntents v0.1.7 (Android misc)

Imagine your Android “cookbook” application tells you to buy eggs, ginger, and cardamom, your “birthday reminder” application suggests you to buy a blue tulip (for a friend who loves the color blue), and your computer at home notifies your mobile phone that the color cartridge of your printer is almost empty. Would you like to receive three notifications by three different programs next time you are close to a supermarket? Or rather have them all store that information in your central shopping list? (by the way, your internet auction application that watches the central shopping list has already found an interesting offer for that blue tulip…)

Imagine you have to specify for a handful of programs (the favorite “ring-tone selector” application, your “answering machine”, your “smart to-do list”, your “calendar”, your “work time log”, …) where your “home”, your “office”, “gym”, “music school”, etc. is located by specifying the latitude and longitude or the corresponding street address for each of these applications. Would you not rather have a central place for your favorite locations that all applications can easily share?

(Many more ideas can be found on our list of ideas)

Keep your one great idea a secret that could make you win the Android Developer Challenge, but share those obvious and common ideas that you encounter while implementing and that you think could be used in many other applications as well. We will develop the most-required components together (e.g. a central shopping list), so you can concentrate on implementing your core idea (e.g. the weight-watching cookbook) while having interoperability with many other great OpenIntents applications built in right from the start.

Join this project if you have great ideas to share or if you are a good developer and look for a low-risk project.

http://code.google.com/p/openintents/

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OpenIntents v0.1.6 (Android misc)

Imagine your Android “cookbook” application tells you to buy eggs, ginger, and cardamom, your “birthday reminder” application suggests you to buy a blue tulip (for a friend who loves the color blue), and your computer at home notifies your mobile phone that the color cartridge of your printer is almost empty. Would you like to receive three notifications by three different programs next time you are close to a supermarket? Or rather have them all store that information in your central shopping list? (by the way, your internet auction application that watches the central shopping list has already found an interesting offer for that blue tulip…)

Imagine you have to specify for a handful of programs (the favorite “ring-tone selector” application, your “answering machine”, your “smart to-do list”, your “calendar”, your “work time log”, …) where your “home”, your “office”, “gym”, “music school”, etc. is located by specifying the latitude and longitude or the corresponding street address for each of these applications. Would you not rather have a central place for your favorite locations that all applications can easily share?

(Many more ideas can be found on our list of ideas)

Keep your one great idea a secret that could make you win the Android Developer Challenge, but share those obvious and common ideas that you encounter while implementing and that you think could be used in many other applications as well. We will develop the most-required components together (e.g. a central shopping list), so you can concentrate on implementing your core idea (e.g. the weight-watching cookbook) while having interoperability with many other great OpenIntents applications built in right from the start.

Join this project if you have great ideas to share or if you are a good developer and look for a low-risk project.

http://code.google.com/p/openintents/

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XMille v0.9.1 (Android Game)

XMille is the cellphone version of the classic card game Mille Bournes.

Mille Bornes, also Mille Bournes, is a French card game. The premise of Mille Bornes is that the players are in a road race. Each “race”, or hand, is usually 700 miles or kilometers long (1000 for the standard 4-player game), but the first player to complete that distance exactly has the option to declare an extension in which case the race becomes 1000 miles, hence the name of the game which means “one thousand milestones”. The object of the game is to reach 5000 points, which normally takes several hands.

Further information, rules and references: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mille_Bornes

http://www.gotoandroid.com/projects/xmille-android

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Android Location v0.01 (Android Application)

Android Location will be a revolutionary social mapping service to change the way people use mobile phones to keep in touch with their friends. It will facilitates real-world interaction between friends and puts an end to frustrating missed connections.

Using location-based technologies, Android Location lets you know where your friends are by automatically updating maps on your mobile handset. Android Location even lets you send messages to nearby friends or receive automatic alerts when they’re nearby so that you never miss an opportunity to meet. Android Location also lets you journal your life so that your friends can see what you’re up to. With Android Location, mobile subscribers put themselves on the map.

http://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/AndroidLocation

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Manage v1.2 (Android Application)

Manage is a file manager to do basic file operations like move, copy, delete etc.

http://code.google.com/p/manage/

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TrivialGPS (M5 – RC 15) (Android Application)

The TrivialGPS is a small application that shows yours location plotted against a MapView in real time. It uses the mock location provider that ships with the Android SDK. The mock location provider simulates a drive in the bay area.

http://code.google.com/p/trivial-gps/

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WikiNotes for Android (Android Application Source Code)

WikiNotes for Android, a wiki note pad that uses intents to navigate to wiki words and other rich content stored in the notes.

http://code.google.com/p/apps-for-android/

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