When I was a kid, my cousin had a Citizen’s Band (CB) Radio, and I thought it was the coolest thing ever! He’d listen to truckers and police radios to see what was going on in town and did I mention how cool it was? Anyway, CB Radios went out of style a while ago but thanks to smartphones, their spirit lives on through the apps!
While there are many alternatives out there, today we’re going to look at Police Scanner 5-0 which gets feeds of police scanners from all around the world, to see how it measures up.
Selling on eBay or Craigslist can be a bit challenging for some, and cumbersome even if you know what you’re doing. The Android apps available for them mimic their parent sites, and with that carry some difficulties for those that are new to selling things online.
EggCartel has came up with a very easy and smooth app called EggDrop that does a lot of work for you.
As more and more mobile phone manufacturers release phones based on the Android mobile OS, and as Android handsets get cheaper, smartphones are slowly becoming a growing phenomenon in more and more countries across the world. India has traditionally been a market for low-cost, economical handsets with a very high emphasis on durability and simplicity. As more and more Indians get on the Android bandwagon, local apps and services are gathering momentum.
Let’s look at some of the top apps available specifically to Android users in India. There are of course tons of such apps in the Android Market, but I’ve found these to be the top of the lot in terms of design, quality and usability.
With the price of gas reaching four dollars a gallon in some places across the United States, everyone could use some savings at the pump. For Android users on versions 1.4 and up, finally there is a solution!
GasBuddy is a free, community driven gas price application with a simple goal: it helps you find the cheapest gas prices in your area. This in-depth review will teach you all about what GasBuddy offers and why it should have a place in your app drawer.