Reposting a comment I made in /r/news as I'm sure it will get deleted:
I have the Scanner Radio app on my phone to alert me when a scanner reaches a certain threshold. Usually when I get an alert, it means some serious shit is going down (it's how I first heard about the UCLA shooting and Fort McMurray fires). Then I come to reddit where there's usually multiple news threads and a live thread on the front page.
But not today. I came to reddit after my Scanner app alerted me about Orlando. Didn't see a single post on the front page related to Orlando and figured it must've not been anything serious.
Imagine my surprise when I finally decided to check /r/all and saw all the /r/The_Donald posts...
Edit: People are asking what app I use. It's Scanner Radio.
C:geo is free for android. I'm not sure if it's available for iPhone.
Edit : Here's the link, since I think some folks are looking at the wrong one : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cgeo.geocaching
Wenn ihr eine eine Nvidia-Grafikkarte habt könnt ihr mit der Android Moonlight App ohne Aufwand jedes beliebige Windows-Spiel in super Qualität auf euer Tablet oder beliebiges Android-Gerät streamen und es von da aus spielen.
Macht natürlich nicht bei allen Spielen Sinn (Dark Souls mit Touchscreen..), aber für Spiele wie Visual Novels/Rundenbasierte RPGs/Strategie und alles was man gerne im Liegen im Bett oder im Garten usw spielen will ist es perfekt.
Die App nutzt den NVENC-Block der Grafikkarte, also die gleiche Technologie wie auch Shadowplay oder andere Anwendungen, die das Hardwarencoding von Nvidia nutzen, deshalb funktioniert es so einwandfrei und ohne wahrnehmbare Latenzen, selbst bei grafisch aufwändigen Spielen oder mit schwachen Tablets.
If anyone is interested, you can do the same gamestream with any android tablet.
It even shows up in your Nvidia drivers as a shield device.
Series Guide lets you track which episodes of a TV show you have seen and when the next episode will air (and you can then import it into your calendar)
This is how I first get notified of these unfortunately common mass shootings.
I get an alert on my phone that only shows up when 6,000+ people (don't know the exact number) are listening.
The alert will say "12,300 people are listening to Las Vegas Police Department radio" ... sure enough it was the Las Vegas shooting.
Same for Parkland, Sutherland Springs, San Bernardino, etc.
Edit: here's the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scannerradio&hl=en_US
This is unfortunate, I really like how Sync handles imgur galleries (I use the thumbnail previews all the time, often I download the whole gallery).
Here is a seemless way to make the imgur app work (it is not so bad, I find it faster than looking at galleries in the browser):
1. Install the imgur app from the play store
2. Disable imgur galleries in link options as LJD said
3. Add m.imgur.com and imgur.com to Bypass external domains (Always open externally)
I hope this gets fixed ASAP by imgur.
Scanner Radio. Any time I hear sirens I turn it on and hear about people doing dumb things. It also keeps me in the loop about forest fires, robberies, accidents and road closures.
Edit: link- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scannerradio
Android link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.limelight&hl=en
PC required: nvidia gpu with the ability to gamestream
price, completely free
bonus: Controller - n30 pro - http://www.8bitdo.com/n30pro-f30pro/
Hope it is within the sub's regulation. If not please let me off with a warning...
Process takes about 5 to 15 minutes, depending on your tech skills and download times.
Step 1: android phone (or PC emulator works too but phone is fine) no need for root or what so ever.
Step 2: download the app fake gps from play store
Step 3: enable developer options (Settings > About phone > Software information > Build number. tap the "build number" a few times. You'll see what I mean once you tap it quickly a few times)
Step 4: enable fake locations in the developer options which is now available in the settings menu (and choose fake gps as application if needed)
Step 5: find a qualified tavern brawl on the tavern brawl website (I think the address is stated there or find the exact address with zip code using google)
Step 6: first check if Hearth Stone is closed down. Then use fake gps location to pick the found location (don't forget to press play)
Step 7: start hearth stone app. The tavern brawl icon activated in the HS menu after I turned on find nearby players.
Hope it helps. Typed this on my phone so bare with misspellings.
In the eternal words of Matt Serra.
As an aside:
I have Scanner Radio on my android devices. You can set it to give notifications when a certain number of people are tuned in to a channel. Every weekend without fail over 2500 people tune into Chicago PD to listen to the calls.
While the bulk of the calls that go out are your typical disturbances, chases, ect, every now and then you get some really fun ones, like the two 12 y/o girls throwing rocks at one another and the neighborhood circled around cheering them on. #Chiraq
I'm loving Series Guide at the moment. Add your favorite TV shows to it, drop a widget on the home screen, and it'll keep you updated as to when your shows are coming on. If you buy a license for it, or use the 30 day free trial, you can have the widget display shows that were on recently so you can see what you missed as well.
Android one I use.
I use the paid version though because I liked it, not sure how the ad situation is on the free one.
If you live rural the options of frequency in your area is dependent on somebody supplying them, but you can always listen to big city ones out of curiosity.
I have been using Seriesguide for a few weeks now. I don't know why I never heard about it,the app was out from so many years. It's a damn good app to keep track of movies and TV shows and it also integrates seamlessly with trackt.tv. You guys should definitely check it out.
If you don't have one of those badboys, you can use Moonlight. An open source program which uses Nvidia's Gamestream. There's a version of Moonlight for Apple devices and there's one for the Android version.
Fun thing is that there's a raspberry pi (or embedded rather) version too so you can stream games on your little gaming machine too :D
non puoi fare una lezione di geocaching senza consigliare l'app c:geo.
Raga lasciate stare l'app ufficiale, fatevi un account free sul sito e poi usate c:geo, potete partire senza sborsare un euro e trovare tantissime cache.
(parola di uno con oltre 480 find)
I found an app called Autodesk Sketchbook or something like that.
No ads. No IAPs. It has all the essentials and more. Pretty neat. Works with the galaxy pen whatevers too.
For anyone who watches a lot of TV, and likes to stay organized, I highly recommend Series Guide
Very simple interface and does exactly what you need. You punch in all the shows you follow (for me, that's a lot), and then with the widget you can see what episodes are upcoming, and which were recently aired.
I'm all over the place with DVR, live viewing, Netflix binging of old shows, etc, and it's been a lifesaver in terms of staying organized.
I know I know, my biggest hurdle for productivity involves tv watching.
I'm using c:geo for caching and Pebble Navigation/Geocaching on the watch side. Fantastic combo when bicycling through a multi that spans over 10-20 kilometers. Pebbleme navigation / geocaching
You can do the same on any android device (with decent specs) if you have a nvidia card on the computer streaming and use Limelight
They do use private communications for more sensitive things but police scanners have always been publicly accessible if you have the right equipment. Nowadays all you need is one local scanner and it can be broadcast via the interwebs for all to listen in. If you're interested in listening to more there are some pretty cool apps that alert you to popular scanner channels. I recommend Scanner Radio for Android devices.
one of its* biggest features (no apostrophe needed for ownership)
GameStream works decently well, though it seems to be capped at 720p/30 FPS in most games I've tried. Also worth noting is that virtually ANY Android device can use the GameStream feature with an app called Moonlight: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.limelight&hl=en
EDIT: I just realized that there's a setting buried pretty deep in the Gamestream app that allows you to choose your own resolution and FPS settings, and it does indeed allow you to stream at 1080p60
I am also going to say c:geo.
On Android it is by far the best, and much better than the official app.
(I have recently moved to iPhone, and haven't found something as good as c:geo)
Try the Imgur app and adding imgur.com to Settings -> Browser -> External browser URLs
In app version 4.1.7 rolling out this week, it will give you the option to open albums/galleries externally while still opening single images and GIFV in RIF.
If you have lag, try these:
If you have lag on mobile device, turn off location services, this helped me with the lag.
Also the App should be on the PlayStore:
The XDA modified version is here:
Moonlight Game Streaming
It's an Open Source version of the GeForce "GameStream" client that can stream from GeForce Experience on the PC :)
you world probably be better off building a mini-itx pc and installing steamos on it rather than buying a pre-made machine. however if you already have a bluetooth controller, try this.
I bought a ps4 controller and use it and my phone like an nvidia shield, but you could probably use it and an androidtv module for a similar result, or connect a laptop to your tv and stream it to there.
if you have a reasonably good pc already then its really not worth getting a steam machine at all.
I've not had cable tv in years either. I highly recommend Series Guide. It will tell you when a new episode of a show you like airs. I've not yet found a show that it doesn't have information on, and I watch some obscure shows.
Scanner Radio and Scanner Radio Pro are my go to.
Have been using the pro version for some years now, and love how easy it is to setup alerts and other settings.
Yep. The best Android app is c:geo.
You can find out about online accounts from the app. The most popular is: https://www.geocaching.com/play
The caches are everywhere! Country, city, towns, villages. You'll be very suprised just how many are out there. Its like a whole new world. When I first started I found out there was one right outside my house. I'd lived there 2 years and never knew.
If you're on Android, I'd recommend the 3rd-party app c:geo. The official free Geocaching app has some restrictions, and c:geo won't.
Also plugging /r/geocaching.
> Does anyone know if its possible to stream PC Games to your chromecast?
> If not what device would you recommend to do it?
~~One of the tiny Intel Atom-powered "computer on a stick" or similar machines for ~US$100~~ An HP Stream Mini or other small PC that can run the Steam In-Home Streaming client. ~~The official Intel one is ~US$200, there's third-party options for much less.~~ Avoid the Intel Compute Stick or anything without an Ethernet port as it's apparently arse, thanks /u/VeritasValebit42
If you have an NVIDIA GPU, a Google Nexus Player and Moonlight is a second option.
Ugh, why does nobody use the superior image software, based MS Paint. /s
Sarcasm aside, I have to agree. Simple memes like this are easy to slap together in MS paint with no editing skills whatsoever.
As long as it's a screenshot with text above it on a white background or some text directly on it, go for it, it's a matter of minutes.
GIMP, Photoshop and more advanced software is only really needed when you wanna edit some stuff that requires some precise tools (cropping out parts of other memes/images, better size/perspective/ratio edits, making transparent backgrounds...).
But if you're too lazy to do Paint, at least do yourselves a favour and use meme making apps that don't watermark shit. For example ZomboDroid's Meme Generator, that also takes any image you feed it and makes the meme for you. I use this app on my phone when I can't be arsed to fire up Photoshop.
Polecam geocaching. Nawet jeśli szukanie plastikowych pudełek po lasach cię nie wciągnie, zawsze będziesz mieć bazę ciekawych miejsc.
W Polsce najlepszy jest http://opencaching.pl - działający w idei Open Source i darmowy serwis.
(edycja, żeby się nie pogubić)
Istnieje jeszcze ogólnoświatowy, komercyjny geocaching.com, ale tam funkcjonalność jest dużo mniejsza i dodatkowo na każdym kroku ograniczają darmowych użytkowników, by zachęcić ich do płacenia rocznego abonamentu. Z jakiegoś powodu* statystycznie też założone tam kesze są gorsze, choć oczywiście dużo zależy od miejscowej specyfiki, kto działa na danym terenie, oraz są wybitne i mierne skrzynki po obu stronach.
*) mam kilka teorii: 1) brak systemu ocen, które zachęcają twórców do postarania się, 2) krótki staż w Polsce: do niedawna gc.com praktycznie nie istniało w kraju w porównaniu do oc.pl, z 6-7 lat zajęło im nadgonienie (i po prawdzie przegonienie) liczbą keszy, jak można się spodziewać to często masówka zakładana byle jak i byle gdzie
Na Androida polecam apkę c:geo. Opencaching.pl włączysz w Ustawieniach > Serwisy.
Jakbyś miał jakieś pytania, wal śmiało.
If you have an nvidia graphics card you can use Moonlight https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.limelight I play with my moga pro, works great.
Nvidia Shield tab let's you stream away from home too ;-)
A wopping three watermarks this time, astonishing!
Although might I recommend this meme generator for you. It's a mobile app that does provide some quality memes for free.
Here is my suggestion then;
edit: do you want my discord? I can guide you through it tonight.
I'm using an app called Moonlight streaming. It only works if you have a PC with an Nvidia graphics card...but it works pretty well! There is a tiny bit of delay, but not bad for slower games, such as no man's sky =) although I could get the PS4 controller paired, there was a noticable delat with the controller and the phone. I had this set up on my s7 and with a cable, there was no lag...so I just need to figure that out.
Ich schaue echt viele Serien und habe mir daher mal die 5€ gegönnt, um da die Übersicht zu behalten.
Die Investition hat sich extrem gelohnt.
For the people that have a "decent" phone (thinking about screen resolution, for instance the older Galaxy S7's QHD screen is more than enough), do yourselft a favor and get a $5 Google cardboard or spend $20 on a Gear VR headset, install a game streaming app like Monlight Game Streaming and try air refueling in DCS. It uses your Wifi so you'll either need a super good connection (idealy 5GHz) or you'll just have a small amount of lag, so you probably won't be able to do real work or dogfights or anything where reactivity is key, but try AAR.
You'll be amazed how much depth perception adds to your experience. I'm pretty good at basket AAR now because I've been refueling almost every sortie for two years, so i'm kinda ok now, but with VR it's unbelievably easy, I found it to be so much easier.
I can not recomment you try this enough. It's a little pain to set up, eats your battery pretty quick so you won't be doing this hours on end, but it's eye opening. It's really good.
*Make sure you have the modded version from Mobilism*
Download the app Here
Connect to your tract account to Series Guide
Go to a TV Show or movie within Series Guide
Scroll all the way down and click "Customize Extensions" then "Add extension" and then Terrarium TV
Then go back to the movie/TV show and click "Watch on Terrarium TV"
Edit: I have absolutely no clue if this works with fire sticks or android boxes so if someone tries, let us know.
I've been using SeriesGuide for a long whole and have no plans to switch. It works perfectly and even has a neat upcoming widget.
Cool, maybe one day you'll even be able to remote play your xbox one from your phone with a bluetooth controller.
I use it on my phone, it works very well!
Na telefon polecam Meme Generator Free (ZomboDroid) zamiast Memasik, bo nie zostawia takiego brzydkiego znaczka i ma dużo nowych formatów.
I use the scanner radio app on my phone
It allows you to set a threshold that will notify you if X or more people are listening to your selected scanner(s). I have the "Chicago Police Zone 11 - Districts 20 and 24" scanner set at 40. So far that has been a good mark to use if something massive happens in the hood.
Google Play Instant
> We're thrilled to announce that instant apps is now available for games.
> This means that with a tap, players can try a game without having to download it first. Games available instantly today include: Clash Royale, Words with Friends 2, and Bubble Witch 3 Saga, and other titles from Playtika, MZ, Jam City, and Hothead Games.
Trying it out:
Google Play Store on your Android device visit the Instant Gameplay collection.
Or, visit "Arcade" in the redesigned Google Play Games app and launch any of the "Instant Gameplay" collection games.
Several apps on phones can use public services for this, I use:
Or of course, have a handheld radio that can use the regular frequencies.
Upvote for the radio scanner. I use Scanner Radio on Android to listen to local police chatter when there's something interesting/concerning going on.
There's an app for that....
Cauta pe Scribd Bucurestiul intr-o zi si Podul Mogoşoaiei. Povestea unei străzi de Gheorghe Crutzescu pentru a descoperi locuri frumoase. Utilă este harta Geocaching cu peste 500 de locații interesante si programul c:geo pe Android.
Un loc retras este Muzeul Timbrelor din cadrul Muzeului de istorie de pe Victoriei - str. Franceza.
Literally every photo making app ever.
If you're on mobile, this app does mematics job and doesn't have the sucky watermark: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zombodroid.MemeGenerator
I always had Galaxy Notes, so I use pencil. I found this app the most complete for a smartphone.
It was paid, now it's free.
Have a glance at the presentation video and screenshots, if suits to you. It would take a lot of time to draw up a list of all the features (layers included)
I use Scanner Radio on Android, you can set up push notifications when a scanner is above whatever number you specify of listeners.
Us the app series guide, it will specify everything and lets you keep track.
This is the google play store link. It's also available on iOS.
I use the SeriesGuide app. I think exporting from tracktv is possible but I never used the feature so I'm not sure.
I recently started doing this with <strong>Moonlight</strong>, which can also add a virtual gamepad on your phone screen, and since Gwent can be played with an Xbox controller, it is even easier to control than just emulating a mouse on your tiny phone screen.
You can even use a real controller on your phone if you have one!
do you have an Imgur account (free) to upload your photos to?
I just googled a how to - here is a sentence that may help:
from Imgur - click the "share" icon and pick Reddit app
edit to add: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imgur.mobile
Lake Crabtree has hiking, walking trails, picnic space, and inexpensive boat/kayak/paddleboard rentals.
NC Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill has gardens, hiking, and sometimes special events. The Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh also has gardens.
The Eno River State Park has hiking, historical sites, and sometimes special events, including paddling.
You could also check out events like "Last Fridays" in Hillsborough, Second Fridays in Chapel Hill, or Third Fridays in Durham-- there is usually free music, art, vendors, shops open late, entertainment, etc. at these events.
Geocaching is free & a lot of fun if you like to spend time outdoors. You can just install a free app like "c:geo" (for Android) to get started. Geocaching can be done almost anywhere in the Triangle, from urban areas to any of the aforementioned parks!
I got an app on my phone. One of the best apps out there for me. Here it is if you want to check it out.
SeriesGuide with X Pass (5€) or 2€/yr (in app purchase)
I've used Moonlight before to stream from my PC to my tablet over my local network. It seemed to work pretty well, although I wouldn't want to use it for really lag-sensitive games.
I know this is not a direct solution, but your post reminded me of this popular app, maybe it will be a good work-around for you?
> I'm guessing you don't but if you want to stream games to your nvidia shield tablet (hehe) get the 960
Not even just your Nvidia shield tablet. The Limelight app for android devices uses the Nvidia's GameStream so you can play many games found on your PC. I was playing XCOM: Enemy Within a few minutes ago on my Galaxy S5. Had a wireless xbox 360 dongle connected to it as well.
This app pretty much sold me on getting a 970 for my next build.
In this particular screenshot I am using Moonlight because I wasn't at home, so my desktop PC is being streamed over 5G. When I'm home I just use the built in Second Screen feature from Samsung.
I also don't use Bluetooth peripherals, since my preferred input method is the S Pen (I am a game designer) and windows supports it natively using Wacom drivers. Direct touch is also supported. With seamless drag and drop between all 3 devices.
Got my Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 last week. All works well, got Sketchbook and just bought a Staedtler Stylus Pencil for drawing and sketching, but my Verizon WiFi right now on it is weird, keeps shutting off and a "Cannot confirm authentication" type message keeps coming up when trying to get back on, but again, may connect. May get an hour or two online but this keeps happening. My desktop, laptop, phone and even my older tablet never had issues with this. At an impasse as to why.
BTW, you can listen to the SPD (and fire and sheriff) radio traffic with this app:
or this website:
I'm not affiliated with either, but I do use the app.
Why don't you try a scanner?
They're perfectly legal in NY as long as you don't equip one in your car or use it to commit a crime.
PS4 Remote Play Compatible Smartphones:
Xperia XZ2 Premium
Xperia XZ2 Compact
Xperia XZ1 Compact
Xperia XZ Premium
Source: http://www.sonymobile.com/remoteplay & https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playstation.remoteplay&hl=en
Unless you count being exclusive to one brand of android phone as "out on all Android phone", I guess it's because your statement is simply not true. You owning a Sony phone doesn't make it out on all Android phone.
Io uso Trakt sincronizzato ad una delle tante app "satellite", ossia SeriesGuide. Per film e serie tv.
I use Scanner Radio on Android.
It also usually alerts when something is happening and a channel has a large number of listeners tuned in (examples- the Vegas/Mandalay Bay shooting, and Philly PD when the Eagles won the Superbowl)
It's an Android app called "Scanner Radio." It has streams from all over the country. It's a little grey/black and orange icon.
EDIT: Added link
EDIT 2: I just reviewed the permission details... It needs full access to storage/USB, etc... Not sure why it needs that. That scares me.
Sure, so trakt.tv is just the website and back-end TV tracking service. You can find apps that integrate the trakt.tv api/protocol and use these apps to receive notifications about upcoming shows. I personally use the SeriesGuide app for trakt on my phone. Here are the apps that support trakt.tv Hopefully that explains it a bit better, if you have any more questions just ask.
Please remove any movie or TV posts from your Play Store listing. Recently many apps were flagged and banned for using copyrighted content.
Look at SeriesGuide screenshots in the Play Store for examples on how to circumvent this.
great web site for this kind of info:
Click on live audio, find the area you are interested in and listen. You'll hear real time audio of police, fire, or ems radios. If you're tuning in on the middle of something it might be a little confusing.
There's also a scanner app for phones. What I like best about it is if there's more than a certain number of people listening (as in something's going on) I get an alert. I have it set a 10 for my hometown & 500 nationwide. For example, I knew about San Bernardino right when it was happening. Can be useful if traveling or family in those areas.
here's the app:
I've only read about it. It looks like it is called limelight on raspberry pi and moonlight on android. Since you have an android device already, try moonlight.
...as I thought, it's Moonlight now. Allows streaming from any PC with a Nvidia GPU.
Apparently there's ways to use that to turn a phone/tablet into an extra screen for the PC.
Limelight is a FOSS implementation of Nvidia's protocols. So you can turn any android phone into a shield. Works OK, but 50-100ms round trip latency.
Just some thoughts:
Now that I think about it, you can basically copy the play store's or play game's title bar and tabs. link
If you search in the google play games app (not the play store, but the one with the green triangle and controller) you can filter through a few different parameters including landscape and portrait mode games. heres a screenshot of what im talking about.
If you're doing this on a phone you probably need a geolocation changer or whatever those are called..
Fake GPS Go location spoofer free
Something like that.. ^^.
Along with a vpn that allows choosing a location (like orbot)
Set of those to the same location.. Clear you cache cookie and all those files.. And it should probably work.. (idk about Swagbucks but it does work normally)
On PC I think there's a plugin called browsec that does the trick..
Just download this app for iPhone: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ps-remote-play/id1436192460
Or Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playstation.remoteplay&hl=en_US&gl=US
If your PlayStation is hardwired Ethernet, you can comfortably play from your phone. If it’s connected through Wi-Fi then it would be good for keeping an eye on Duty Queues or crafting 😊
Wow I didn't expect such a big impact from this comment and I'm really sorry for all the memetic users I offended. Can I recommend this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zombodroid.MemeGenerator watermark-free meme maker for android as an apology. It works really nice.
Im not really up to date with current models, but you will need something like this. https://www.amazon.com/Uniden-BCD996P2-TrunkTracker-Dynamically-Location-Based/dp/B00UJU5MUE
The key words to look out for are Digital trunk tracking, and APCO Project 25 Phase II
Warning not cheap!
As an alternative this android app has a pretty good feed of the of the local public safety stuff https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scannerradio
Try meme generator free
It's a good app that makes it easy to make memes but has many options for advanced stuff
I swear Im not an advertisement bot but they should hire me for pr
YES! You need to set it up from home ahead of time but you can download the free PS4 Remote Play app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play Store to do this.
I generally use a tool from Eric Tendian: https://crimeisdown.com/audio
It allows you to quickly switch between all the relevant CPD districts, and you can even use his UI to position multiple streams within headphones. E.g. Listen to Zone 10 in your left ear, and citywide in your right.
Other than that I use:
Mainly because you can set alerts, so if all of a sudden 30 people are listening to a CPD stream it can alert you.
PS4 Remote Play by PlayStation Mobile Inc. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ps4-remote-play/id1436192460?mt=8
Also on Vita & Windows 10 Store ��
There's this app called 'Meme Generator Free' on Android . There are many templates in that app and you can also create in the app itself . I have made all of my memes from that app . I also use this app called 'Photo Editor' for finishing touches . Link for the meme generator app - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zombodroid.MemeGenerator and Photo Editor app - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iudesk.android.photo.editor
I’ll post as a comment as well
By the way, I take my baofeng uv5r radio when i travel. (you can listen all you want but you can't legally talk without a license)
buy the extended battery & a longer antenna too.
If I'm just going around town and I didn't have that radio with me I use an android app called "scanner app" and it gives me a list of the nearby scanner channels, just click on one of the entries to listen. I've tried a few apps, this one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scannerradio is my favorite, and worth it to get the pro version, IMHO.
Here's a review of other apps that agrees with me :-) http://www.androidauthority.com/best-police-scanner-apps-for-android-608588/
You won't be able to sync to another google account, MFF remembers you by your gmail. Try doing things in this order?
1) Uninstall MFF.
2) Install Google Play Games if your device doesn't already have it. You need this app for the sync to happen.
3) Log in to the same gmail account in Google Play Games as your original device that you were playing MFF with.
4) Download MFF and run it. It should detect and sync this way.
I use Seriesguide, and I highly recommend it. Just create an account on trakt.tv and connect the app to it.
Looks nice, but I still can't switch from SeriesGuide because it has TerrariumTV integration - a direct link to be able to watch the episode on Terrarium.
Ciao amico geocacher. Piccolo consiglio , scaricati l'app c:geo, che è l'app non ufficiale, molto leggera e con un sacco di funzioni extra. Mi pare che ti permetta di vedere anche le cache premium. Usa un buon smartphone (non stare a comprarti il GPS se sei alle prime armi, io gioco da un paio di anni, principalmente nelle città, e mai ne ho avuto bisogno), scaricati le mappe offline.
Sii rispettoso del gioco, affidati alla community, per mia esperienza in quella italiana ci sono un sacco di brave persone super disponibili verso i nuovi geocacher.
Buon divertimento, non puntare subito alla cache sulla ISS!
Can't exactly predict the future on that one, however there are alternatives currently that can store caches for offline use.
c:geo for android
and Cachly for iOS
Can't say I have any experience with Cachly, but c:geo makes storing caches for offline use pretty darn easy. I do recommend staying away from the official paid app as all sources point to it being phased out.
There's an app for that!
I assume there's one for iOS as well, if that's your phone flavor of choice. If you're on Windows Phone, stop by a liquor store so you can drink the pain away.
You can do it with a cell phone and Bluetooth controller (ps3) also.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.limelight&hl=en (play games)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dancingpixelstudios.sixaxiscontroller&hl=en (with controller)
Those people having timeout issues make sure to use this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incorporateapps.fakegps.fre
I tried 3 before this, all failed but this one.
For those that can't enable location mocking and have their phone rooted look below at /u/grumd's comment
This is probably the wrong subreddit for phone discussion, there isn't a "master race phone" some people here have iPhones, most have Androids, some even have Windows Phones.
If you're coming from an iPhone, chances are you're satisfied with being able to do the bare minimum, so you won't really know what to do with an Android phone.
Samsung in particular give you a pretty bad experience of Android, but I have heard that they scaled back their TouchWiz crap for the S6.
Anyway, if you have an NVidia GPU in your PC I would recommend the recently re-branded "Moonlight Game Streaming" app which turns your Android device into a Shield streaming client; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.limelight
If your PC streaming server is on ethernet and you have a gamepad available it is a pretty sweet solution.
You don't need to root it at all, rooting is not a standard consumer level experience and you only need to root if you're going to be modifying the operating system or running an app that requires elevated permissions.
For best latency you need to have a phone with snapdragon 800+ or other equivalent. Basically a flagship device from 2012-2013.
Get a wireless controller and plug it in your PC or if you want, connect it to your phone via bluetooth. Or get a wired one with a USB to MICRO USB adapter so you can plug it in your phone/tablet any other android device.
Be on the same network on your android as your PC, just connect to your router with both the phone and PC.
Open up Moonlight app on your phone after you've installed it, follow the app instructions. You should see your computer if you're connected on the same network.
After connecting to your PC, you should see a pop up message on your PC, follow the on-screen instructions and you're done.
If you don't have a controller or your phone is old OR your PC very is old. Don't bother trying.