10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge

By Clint Boulton1. AndroidScanFrom Jeffrey Sharkey, AndroidScan allows users to find prices and reviews for anything with a bar code. It shows CD, DVD and book covers, along with detailed reviews from Amazon.com. It also searches more than a dozen stores, highlighting nearby brick-and-mortar institutions, with options for calling the store or getting directions.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - BioWallet

2. BioWalletBioWallet is a biometric authentication system for Android. The application peeps at the user's iris for recognition, acting as a password safe and providing single sign-on for other Android apps. BioWallet, created by Jose Luis Huertas Fernandez, is guaranteed to satisfy the James Bond fan in all of us.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - Commandro

3. CommandroSomewhat like Useful Networks' SNIFF, this social networking application uses GPS data to display real-time event and location information about the user and friends. Users can invite friends to activities; when they confirm, the relevant activities will be automatically created and added to their activity plans. The application was created for your snooping pleasure by Alex Pisarev and Andrey Tapekha.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - PedNav

4. PedNavClueless in San Francisco? PedNav helps users plan activities when moving around a city. A personal assistant for the mobile phone, PedNav gauges the user's plans for the day-

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - Eco2go

5. Eco2goFor the green-minded, Eco2go lets users track and reduce their carbon footprint, as well as share ideas with others from around the world. Eco2go-

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - Teradesk

6. TeradeskTeradesk is a file virtualization platform for online file storage, remote access and user collaboration. Written by Jos??« Augusto Athayde Ferrarini, the application lets users access files from home computers and cell phones, while providing multiple encrypted transferences of any type and size and allowing users to pause, resume or recover broken transfers.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - SocialMonster

7. SocialMonsterAn ad hoc social planning tool, SocialMonster lets users send invitations, chat and make plans without having to make calls to individual friends. SocialMonster is from Ben Siu-Lung Hui and Tommy Ng.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - Multiple Facets Instant Messenger

8. Multiple Facets Instant MessengerFor IM junkies, this app is a location-aware XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) IM client. Users may exchange multimedia messages and receive notifications and reminders. The app was created by Virgil Dobjanschi.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - Mobeedo

9. MobeedoBelieve it or not, this was one of few mobile search applications designed for this Android competition. The application brings multimedia info to the user's phone, using a community to annotate any URI-referenced content with spatial-temporal, categorical and personal parameters. Mobeedo was written by Sengaro.

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10 Apps That Met Googles Android Dev Challenge - LReady Emergency Manager

10. LReady Emergency ManagerStay out of that tornado's path with LReady Emergency Manager. Pitched as "Your family's emergency preparedness and communications tool," LReady allows users to send and receive multichannel messages and get automated location-based disaster alerts. LReady was crafted by Chris Hulls, Dilpreet Singh, Luis Carvalho and Phuong Nguyen.

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