Re: [opensource-62] Android Apps

From: Trey S.
Sent on: Monday, July 19, 2010 11:22 AM
Interesting. I pay AT&T in the $20-ish range(?) for Locale-type
functionality. Web app. Not that great from BlackBerry 9700 browser.
It does have SMS alerts. Locale would likely be better.
The gDocs native app is VERY appealing to me. I don't have a good
solution for that, and am a heavy gDocs user.
Thanks!
Trey

On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 10:01 AM, John Fields
<[address removed]> wrote:
> These are the two Android apps I was talking about last meeting (that I
> really want to use, and so really need to upgrade off my iPhone).
>
> Locale: http://www.twofor...­
>
> One cool use of Locale is to have your daughter's phone SMS you when she
> reaches or leaves certain locations. School, library, friend A's house,
> friend B's house...
>
> Locale has a vibrant app support and plugin community, much bigger than I
> had realized. Very cool stuff!
> http://www.androi...­
>
> Combined with Tasker, there isn't much you can't make the phone do
> automagically for you. Schweet!
>
> gDocs: http://sites.goog...­
> Edit your google docs in an app instead of through the browser. Also
> supports file conversion to the gdocs native format.
>
> Party on Wayne,
> John
>
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