Category: Android

Shift — The Time Zone Converter and Meeting Scheduler adds Natural Language Parsing and More

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Storm It — A Simple Android App for your Tweetstorms

Whether you like it or not, Tweetstorms have become an integral part of Twitter today. Twitter has become an easy, obvious medium to not just vent out your frustration, but also to send out multiple rapid-fire tweets about a certain topic – say an event that you watched unfold before you — that others might find useful. Using a typical Twitter client means that you have to make sure that each tweet you send out has to be <= 140...

Goodshows is now also Available for Android

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Reuters TV 2.0 Brings Two New Sections to Consume the News

The team at Reuters has been crafting beautiful apps for quite some time now. As one of the leading news & media houses in the world, Reuters has offered apps across all major platforms and their Reuters TV app has been my personal favorite since its debut last year. It offers a great way to catch up with what’s been in the news lately by telling it exactly how many minutes you have to spare. The app is beautifully crafted...

Flamingo for Twitter

Flamingo for Twitter

Sam Ruston, the indie designer & developer from UK behind award winning Android apps like Weather Timeline, Cookbook and Flip — Currency Converter has now brought us Flamingo — a really gorgeous Twitter app for Android. Much like his other apps, Flamingo sports a bold and striking UI. It’s got a very fun and cheerful feel to it and is one of the nicest Twitter apps for Android that I’ve played with. You can undertake a fair bit of customization...

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Shift — Time Zone Converter and Meeting Scheduler

Time Zones are frustrating. Not only are they difficult to figure out, they also take up much of your time when you’re trying to schedule a call or a meeting. This is worse when you’re in a non-conventional time zone, like us in India with a 30 minute offset (UTC+05:30) or Nepal, with a 45 minute offset (UTC+05:45). In today’s connected age, we typically interact with friends, colleagues, co-workers or clients spread across the globe and it becomes very difficult...