Ambient Temperature App reaches 100 000 installs!

My Ambient temperature app for phones with a real temperaturesensor, has now reached 100 000 downloads! The app is 100% free, it does not contain ads, nor does it require any permissions! Why it’s free You can get it (completely free) here, in Google Play! I made the decision to give it away, so as many people as possible would be able to try it out. The app has been rated over 1000 times now, and has an Average

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Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4 app Updated, and available in Donate version

Please use the original post for comments and feedback instead of this post. The Ambient Temperature app for Galaxy S4 phones has just been updated with bugfixes and more sensor data. I have received a lot of feedback, in comments, emails and Google Play, and I have listened to many of the wishes. Donate app version I also released a “Donate” version of the temperature app, which you may get to support the development. It uses a different purple icon,

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"Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4" app released to Google Play!

May 7, 2013 my app called* Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4* was released to Google Play. This is a thermometer app which measures the Ambient Temperature, instead of the battery temperature (as many of the other apps does). This requires a special temperature sensor present on the device. As of right now, the only devices that have the nesessary Ambient Temperature Sensors, are the Samsung Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 3.Galaxy S5 will not be supported, as it does not

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Android Google Maps offline caching

Google Maps for Android just got updated to version 5.7.0 and a new labs feature caught my attention; “Download map area“. I have been wanting such a feature for a long time for Google Maps. There are other ways to get offline maps, you have brut, MapDroyd and others. But this seems promising! Enabling the offline cache labs feature You can enable the feature in Google Maps by hitting the menu button -> More -> Labs -> And

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How to change the icon of your Android app

This is just a small follow-up post to The easiest way to create nice icons for Android apps. Say, if you follow that guide, and have made an icon to represent your app, how do you use it? If you have one icon image, or three icon images (one for each screen density, ldpi, mdpi and hdpi, like in the guide), you put your icon files in the res/drawable folder where they belong. Depending on what API level you

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BF2Stats Updates!

Lately I have been working a little on the BF2Stats app for Battlefield 2, When I have spare time, I am rewriting it from the ground up, and adding some nice requested features! Whats the new features? Tabbed layout for overview and separation A favourite list, where you can add your Battlefield 2 players for easy access to statistics A better search function, which will display suggestions to your search if several similar player names are found Compare two players

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How to get extra storage on Dropbox

If you have 2 or more computers, and need to synchronize files and folders between them, you could do it with Dropbox. Or if you just need to share files or folders with others, for collaborate editing or file hosting for example. Here are a couple of tips to how to get even more free online storage! If you sign up with this referral link, you get 2250 MB of free storage, to use for backup, synchronization or whatever you

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New website!

This is the new home for the BF2Stats android application! The BF2Stats app just recently passed 1000 downloads. I am currently redoing the whole application, so a better version should be out soon! You can find it here on appbrain. Or you can use a barcode scanner on your phone, to scan this market url: I will put up other apps and tips here as well.

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