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RE: Android

chebby wrote:
Shazam.

Soundhound is better.

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Soundhound is better, care to elaborate ?

Thanks Chebby for the Sony BD app tip - didn't know there was one, it's for Apple too Smile

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Swiftkey is superb for a couple of quid with the best predictive text ever and a lovely keyboard. Cool

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Soundhound is better, care to elaborate ?

Soundhound is better than Shazam.

Your go btw, for the last 29 HOURS!

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Usual standard btw..............and yes I've been busy..........

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RE: Recommend Apps

I tried Audiogalaxy last week. It is awesome to have your whole music list on your mobile. 

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RE: Recommend Apps

Only ones I can think of that haven't been mentioned are Colournote (good note keeping app), Stupid Zombies (addictive game of bouncing bullets off stuff and hitting zombies) and Noom (great for tracking what you eat/excercise etc...). deciBel is a handy decibel meter, which is worth a free download too.

Surprised no one has mentioned Unified Remote too. Basically allows you to control your pc without being at it, not quite remote desktop, but its great for the lazier of us lot!

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RE: Android

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FreeCaddie - Free Golf GPS software.  Just as good as my mate's dedicated device (except his battery doesn't run out after 24 hours)

I agree, the free version is great. The pro version, which only costs £6 is even better. It uses google maps to show an overhead view of the hole and the distances to hazards as well as the usual distance to front, centre and back of green. It's a massive bargain, esoecially when you think that those dedicated golf range finders used to cost a good few hundred quid.

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bretty wrote:

d4v3pum4 wrote:

FreeCaddie - Free Golf GPS software.  Just as good as my mate's dedicated device (except his battery doesn't run out after 24 hours)

I agree, the free version is great. The pro version, which only costs £6 is even better. It uses google maps to show an overhead view of the hole and the distances to hazards as well as the usual distance to front, centre and back of green. It's a massive bargain, esoecially when you think that those dedicated golf range finders used to cost a good few hundred quid.

Yes, that's the other one of the two apps I've paid for (Poweramp is the other), the only downside is if the Google map isn't up to date, the course I play at only has the front 9 because the back 9 didn't exist when the satellite passed overhead!

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