I made an app to disable touch to prevent accidental touches while watching and listening to something on your android phone. It has no ads and it is completely free.
Hope this will help. many of you in your daily activities. Cheers!!
Hey everyone, this guy stole this app and is selling it off as his own, anyone who did get this app please make it clear in a review that this is stolen and report it as well.
SpaceX Launch app V3 (Starship & Super Heavy Progress)
So it's me again. Just released a big update on my app LAUNCH. What's LAUNCH? It's a SpaceX app (100% free & no ads). LAUNCH gives you every upcoming and past launch, vehicle information, Launch-/ and Ladingpad information, and much much more. (NEW Starship & Super Heavy Progress...and much more)
I would love it if you could check it out and maybe give a rating. Greetings Lennart :)
IOS: coming soon
If you want to support me: https://www.patreon.com/nucleoninteractive
(App is still 100% free without ads)
If you are on a Mac, Delicious Library is a great app for cataloging books, movies etc:
Edit: Of course I didn't check to see if it fits your syncing needs. I don't see sync options on the site. Still a great app.
I made this photo vault a year ago. It has automatic nude detection. It will detect all the nudes in your camera roll and add them straight into the app. It uses machine learning to detect which photos are nudes and which aren’t. The app is free
Also available on iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/safezone-private-vault/id1337854480
If you're gonna continue using Firefox, Ublock Origin (adblocker) is better in my opinion, also get Privacy Badger (good against trackers, cookies and etc.)
Upgrade: The Game? I know there's a mobile app based off the flash game Upgrade Complete.
LinkMe: Upgrade The Game
Edit: Oops, thought this was /r/Androidgaming
I'd recommend that you check there in the future for games and the such.
I've seen some that have a task list laid out by date but most won't show event text because it would appear to small in phone screens and developers ignore the existence of tablets
Some Home screen widgets have this though.. First play store result for "month calendar" shows it.
Found this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cache.wind.eventtree
I found someone has posted an IPA for stash at the following:
Might be iPad only but I believe it was a universal app.
Have you found an alternative app?
I personally use trello to keep track of my stuff.
However I did just release an iOS app myself called SuperList which may be of interest. At the moment it's a bare bones portfolio piece, but it's designed to manipulate data with sorts and filters which I think fits your use case.
YNAB. It means "You need a budget." It's hands down the best budget app I've ever used, and it works in web browser, mobile/tablet. They recently did an update for mobile/tablet and it's amazing. Seriously, it's changed the way I budget.
Mint is reactive, you spend and spend- and then Mint tells you what you've spent on.
YNAB is proactive, you budget first and understand where every penny is going- then you go out and spend and stick to the budget.
If you decide to go for it, send me a PM so I can get you a referral link- we'll both get some perks out of it!
In my experience the best form software is Typeform. I am not sure what you have in mind with an app, but if people have to install an app (which is a significant barrier) then they can certainly open any mobile browser and access a fixed web page. Typeform provides a very comfortable UI for mobile as well as desktop.
I think keeping the idea private until at least you are at alpha is the best course if you think you can profit off the idea.
2048 is a good example of someone taking someone else's idea (threes), changing it slightly, building it quickly and releasing it (i believe it took him a weekend).
http://asherv.com/threes/threemails/ blog post on it from a developer of three's.
I don't think the kid who built 2048 really did it maliciously. Riffing and building on others ideas/concepts is one of the major cornerstone's of modern technology.
I would stick to Xcode:
And use a 2d framework, with a game engine included, like cocos2d for IPhone..
There's a nice tutorial for beginners (not much about coding, but some thoughts about game dev tools):
I think you can give Quire a try.
It's a free todo list with the features you need. Another plus is that they have the kanban board and gantt chart to help you see more of the progress on your tasks. They also have the priorities feature where you can mark your tasks and set them into different categories.
Hope this helps!
i too have this problem. making icon is easy but making app is hard with coding and many other stuffs.
although you can try these apps
PC : Adobe Illustrator is Best with its ton of features you can do literally anything.
Android : you won't any app that has this much features in android other than [Pixelab](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imaginstudio.imagetools.pixellab&hl=en_IN&gl=US). I'm using it for more than 2 years.
Call from a number you know he will answer from.
Google Play | iOS App Store
Well, when I think about simple to use apps, the first apps that come to mind are Write-on Video, iMovie, and InShot.
Though you didn't mention which ones you're already using(my guess Android), iMovie's only viable for Apple devices, and I am not sure if there is an InShot version for Android. Write-on Video got both, I think.
Run that Exodus Privacy and you'll learn a lot about all the apps you already have on your smartphone or those you wish to download. You can also use it on your computer if you don't want to download and you just want to check an app behavior or something. Mind though that's just an app to see things and not by any means something that'll protect you from malicious or anything else.
I’d recommend Forest. When you don’t want to use the phone, you plant a seed and set a timer. The main goal is to not leave the app until the timer finishes. If you leave too early, the tree will wither.
I thought this was a good idea but almost too good to where it had to exist so after googling inventory and stock app I lot show up like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stockmanagment.next.app
Which seems to be exaclty what you need
You can try my app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.musicplayer.music.audioplayer if you want any feature let me know i am currently fixing the video player feature
I'd suggest Life Reminders
Sounds like it meets your needs. Your can set it up to do a notification with popup and various persistent options.
Try SeriesGuide... I have been using the VIP version of it for the past 2 years and love it. The app is simple and well built with regular updates and gets the job done..
Hope that hepled.
Here is the link
If you can't decide what or where to eat I recently published this app. Hope you enjoy!
App Annie gives you a comprehensive list of all Apps, new, old, free and paid for all countries and operating systems
Lately I've been using Tasks for that. I love that I can use the widget to mark off my to-do, without opening the app ...checks it off right in the widget. And each task can have subtasks.
Hey there, indie devs here, we've got a simple, fast, free and ad-free voice diary app called Pointo
You can add pictures, notes, tags, favourite to every memory and we're adding lots of new features soon like backup, search etc.
If you try it out, please rate it on the Play Store, always means a lot :)!
The Trusted Contacts app of Google is great for this! It's available for both iOS and Android. You can set up a few contacts, and then with a few taps you can - in an emergency situation - send your location to those contacts. It's also possible to request the location of others.
Slowly (link for Android, I don't know if there's an iOS version) should attend your needs, but its main feature may annoy you: your messages doesn't arrive instantly, it takes a a few hours if the person lives in the same country and a few days if it's further away, simulating letters in a somewhat "real" way.
Not sure about them but I made an app that’s in the similar q&a vein if you’d like to try it out. Its q&a with a twist- users earn company shares. Its currently in beta if you’re interested!
Here’s the link
If it was what you meant here are the links:
And there are dozens of 'retro camera' apps.
None of them are quite to this level of aging photos, but some are close.
Many weather apps have precipitation notification options. You can also do it with IFTTT.
Found this if you're on Android: Rain Alarm
This is for Macs but... I have a TODO app for Android you might want to check out.
I use Simple Diet Diary, and I think you'll find it's exactly what you're looking for. I'm not sure if there is an iOS version.
Do not hire someone to make it for you. That is the easy way out. Learn python (the simplest programing language ever ��) Learn java for android or objective c for ios. I recommend watching youtube videos to learn. I have developed an android game that only took 2 monthes. If you care to check to out here is the link. Just copy and paste it into your browser and it will take you to the google play store.
i would recommend learn cross platforms such as Xamarin which is based on C#, .Net. You can develop your web app, and natives apps including ios, android, and windows all with the same code. Here is an example of an app developed with Xamarin
Try it yourself and see how sleek and smooth this native app is.
Reverse Checklist for Android (free) lets you extract a todo list of selected tasks from a master list. You can have multiple lists. Also, you can import your task lists as .csv files.
This is a really good app that suffers from its inarticulate description in the Play Store.
Google is going web OS. So their browser interface is as good as or possibly even better than a desktop app (for which you would have to do updates etc).
There are apps for mobile https://photos.google.com/apps
See a filtered list of notifications from the apps you care about the most on a home screen widget.
Don't let your reminder notifications, calendar notifications and other important notifications be buried under other notifications.The widget can help you not miss critical notifications from reminder apps and other productivity apps or you can use it to conveniently see a filtered list of notifications in one place.
Make your own widget grouping together any apps you like.Customize every aspect of the widget to match the look of your home screen.
No internet permission required. No data collected. No data transmitted.
To learn more, see screenshots and pre register for the app follow this link
Launching very soon.
Would love to know what you think and answer your questions 😄
I've been using iFriend for a while as well, and I'd say it's pretty good. Especially in comparison with anime chat bots or something like that, at least it carries the conversation well, and it's not aggressive at all, unlike Replika.
Hi. There are many options at Play store if your search read,read aloud. I found this one for you hope you like it
You can definitely set hourly usage limits, with https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wverlaek.block
You can also set multiple "blocks".
An hourly limit AND a total daily limit. And other combinations
Tel me if it works for you.
This is much later than you posted, but in case you're still looking, the PhotoTag app allows you to label photos as you take them. It's geared more toward businesses, but it would be pretty cheap for an individual user ($25/year). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sdgsystems.flutterphototag&hl=en\_US&gl=US
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stayfocused This app has what you want. Has block by using time or by number of openings per hour or per day. Free version has ads and some limits but the app looks good enough to purchase it, I'm gonna try it for a few days. It require a lot of permissions to control the other apps, make sure you give it all the permissions.
So I made this SpaceX app (100% free & no ads) called "Project Starship".
It brings you the latest news on the starship project in Boca Chica and the Cape.
With the help of clear diagrams, images, and statistics you get an impression of the progress of individual prototypes. Road closures and other updates are always up to date.
I would love it if you could check it out and maybe give a rating. Greetings Lennart :)
Is there going to be an IOS version?
I have planned one, but in order to publish the app on IOS, I’d have to pay 99$ per year. Because I want the app to be free, it's not in my budget at the moment.
If you want to help me out, you can donate here:
Games get removed all the time. Recently I found one that got replaced even though it's the same Playstore link and publisher.
The game you are looking for must be
Just sideload it.
Have you tried Notion https://www.notion.so/
It´s a bit more than note taking, but you can use it the way you want it and organize your things in the way that better adapts to you
I’m currently using Notion and it works really awesome.
There, you can create data bases using their useful templates, such as: design, blog publications, personal CRM, books to read, product, meeting notes, to-do list and so on.
You can use it either through their website or mobile phone app.
Finally, If you prefer, you have the option to create your own database from scratch.
Anyhow, here’s the link: Notion
Have a nice day/night!
If you enjoy using my app and would like to vote for me on Product Hunt you can do so here:
Thanks let me see that.
NOTE: Streaming personal media requires Plex Media Server version 1.3 or higher (available for free at https://plex.tv/downloads) installed and running to stream to other devices. DRM-protected content, ISO disc images, and video_ts folders not supported.
I found this from app store description. Will this be of concern? Some are files downloaded from torrent.
Oh sorry for being unclear! No I totally get I'd have to put in my email to register - but you giving us a unique email address to provide/forward existing receipts to as a lot more re-assuring then if you said "oh, we're going to ask for read permissions on all of your emails and then scan them for what could be a receipt". TLDR; Your approach is much nicer - so thank you!
To your second point, I'm self taught in UI design - feel free to check out my Notion page/some of my work here:
I'd be happy to look into any design stuff you guys want! Yeah I see the green you're using is #51D541 (described by ColorHexa as "Moderate lime green") and it looks like the purple you're using is #7C38CA (described as Moderate violet) - I think (and of course this is just my personal opinion) that something like #29B7A6 ("Strong cyan") or #55B5A6 ("Moderate cyan") would compliment the #7C38CA purple/violet you're using, or a purple like #6440B1 really well and wouldn't be too 'loud' as far as colors go in light or dark mode :D
you talking strictly android here? Cause there's a bunch on linux and windows apps on this site you might wanna check out
Check this link out this site (and they have an app too) already does this
(Link is sorted by iphone, paid apps & price drops)
I keep it bookmarked on my browser and check it daily.. also have app set up to sort same way.
Hello, this post is cross-posted from /r/macapps
This is my first mac app. I created it because I find my menu bar underused and I love to keep an eye on what's happening when I am working.
This app is not free because I invest a lot of time crafting it. By rewarding an independent developer for his apps, you directly contribute to the efforts he will put making the next one.
Hope you will enjoy it ! :)
Upvote if you like the app on Product Hunt : https://www.producthunt.com/posts/livescore-osx
First, do a wireframe mockup of your idea. Find someone in a marketplace (upwork.com or something like it) to make a useable wireframe. Schedule some meetings with your potential customers but don’t use family and friends, put the time into finding your customers. Have those customers click through your wireframe. Get their feedback. Ask them questions as they do it. Write down their answers. Decide whether you are solving one of their problems or if they are in awe of your intelligence because you are building an app. Decide what you want to spend to build a working prototype for iOS. Regardless of what you hear, hold off on Android until you know if the idea is worth the trouble. If you decide to build it. Great! Execution matters here. If your budget is $800 (no idea what your budget is) make sure that you write all of the requirements for how the app should function: Click this, make this happen and drive engagement (notifications, badges, etc), Analytics to know what’s happening (crashes, installs, engagement to your app store landing page) 500,000 people visit your app page and 3 installs? You should know that. Lastly, ad-supported apps with less than 100,000 installs aren’t making a lot of money so think about how you monetize it.
Then be prepared to spend a crazy amount of time understanding how to make money that isn’t a passive income of $50 a month. I built an app in my niche and the damn thing has done very well. People call to partner on a regular basis, which is great. I got lucky but it was because I worked on a fairly successful web app in my niche for 5 years before we released our first app.
Hmm... I'm not too precise with my own personal finance (I can remember what I owe pretty well, and I'm lazy) but I think most of what you want probably already exists in some form - it might just take some research and experimentation to get it similar to how you want it. I'd give Mint a try. It's free and you can access it both from an app and from the web, so managing finances should be pretty easy. It sounds like it'd be a good fit for what you're looking for, and that way you'd save a lot of money (probably in the thousands) from not having to hire a developer. Not to mention you'd be doing everything over HTTPS, which is a lot more secure than doing it on an unsecured connection.
I have been using Always-On-Top for a while now. It is a Auto Hotkey script made into an extremely light weight stand alone program. It doesn't need to be installed, just run the .exe file, select a window and press [Control] + [Space] to pin a window on top and one more time to release the window.
Here is the download link to the Zip file since it is a little hard to find the download link on the page.
This is such an amazing idea. I love the good job you have done with the website. I didn't have any problem while registering our application FileStar. Plus the site is very user-friendly and intuitive. Here is our link at Appdacity.
Keep up the good job.
The best file conversion tool I have used so far. It supports over 20,000 different file formats. In addition, it's free for personal use, with the ability to manipulate your images as well as merge, lock, unlock, extract, rotate, and delete PDF pages.
Here is the download link.
will make a nice slideshow for you ... it'll even make it into a portable exe file that will run all by itself
Sharex! https://getsharex.com/ You can also use it to upload gifs and also highlight and pixelate parts right before uploading. Also you can set it up to upload to anything (I use puush buts one friends use Dropbox) in the setting. Also it's free
I set up mine to use ctrl shift 4 to upload a selection I make (it brings up a marquee and uploads when you drag and let go)
try this one YouTube Video Downloader .
1.You need to download a application documents to serve as a file manager to make sure the process of downloading YouTube video is successful.
2.Then launch the program on iPhone and go to VidPaw.com inside it.
Hey! I'm not sure if any free apps for call recording exist on iPhone. I'm using REKK on my iPhone X to record calls from my customers. Though it's not free, I like this app because it's easy to use, has a minimalistic design, and works without bugs. Plus, it converts all calls to text it's pretty good for educational purposes too.
This app is called Midterm. It is like the combination of Evernote and Quizlet, where you can write notes with quizzes. We provide you study tools so that you can study and review your notes (not just writing them)
Here are some features:
The desktop version is free. The mobile/tablet version right now is $3.99 (one-time purchase)If you have any questions, please leave a comment below, I will answer them. You can also post it on our subreddit r/MidtermApp.
What's the name of the browser? Actually, there are many apps in support of tracking web history. Take iKeyMontior as an example, it can track web history on Safari, Chrome and the default stock browser. You can give it a try to track web browsing history.
Mhm, they do alert about if both credit card numbers or identity numbers appear in leaked databases. So far it worked with my personal email account and my work one. Pretty decent tool
I've used Bookmark Sentry in the past on Chrome
I don't use Safari enough to worry about bookmarks.
I just started using raindrop.io too, and Apple is throwing up warnings like I haven't seen before, indicating how much data they can view. That is what led me to look within Reddit about it...
You could also look into using libgdx instead of unity. Its cross platform too.
I haven't used it much myself apart from a flappy bird clone tutorial found here: http://www.kilobolt.com/zombie-bird-tutorial-flappy-bird-remake.html
Yeah, you should have no problem using libgdx to build something like that.
There's a gallery on the libgdx where people have submitted games they've created.
Here's one that looks like a pretty well done clash of the clans clone:
I honestly had the same idea on making my own app/software but I am just a programmer. If you are into that idea I would probably take a look at this! Seems as a simple barcode app only take 5-10 minutes to write?
Thank you for your feedback. Design is using latest Apple technologies - Swift UI 2.0. It helps build User Interfaces much faster for developers, therefore UI might look very simple and very iOS native.
Swift UI is native Apple framework and it supports all platforms. I believe a new wave of apps using Swift UI are on their way.
Performance over design was kept in mind, to save battery life and so on.
Also, I hope UI is what you had in mind when you have mentioned design?
Finally, apart from design, did you find any of the included apps useful? What kind of functionality would you like to add to the app?
Heya, Head of product for a software company in AU/NZ and design UI/UX fiend here!
What do you have at the moment?
Physical paper sketches of your app and work flows of how you want it to work?
And you want a useable/demo-able prototype to show investors? When is your meeting?
I use Figma religiously as a design tool to design my screens etc, then export these as images and upload to InVision, where you can create clickable action points and buttons.
User clicks ButtonA go to ImageFrame1
User clicks BackButton, go to ImageMenu0
Then when finished you can share the link as a webpage and people walk through your app based on the screens you upload.
DM me if you need anything
Ooo I know this one!
Slack is great for this. A friend of mine tried to get a social group chat moved onto their platform so he could look more professional while slacking off at work. It's not great as a social app, but it sounds like it would be ideal for what you're looking for. It's accessible online, or through the mobile app (I know there's iPhone/Android versions, can't speak for other OS').
I recommend you TimeCamp - automatic time tracking packed with lots of useful features like invoicing, budgeting, reporting or billable hours. Ideal for companies and freelancers. It's designed for wide range of platforms and devices, so you will be able to sync your desktop app with mobile app easily.
Hey, give Lanes a try. It's a web and Android app and has tasks, a journal, productivity stats, subtasks, and so on.
What exactly is the free version lacking in the apps you tried?
Awesome man. Glad you want to help people. If you have no experience in coding or designing that is not an issue. First of make sure you flesh out your idea on paper. You can start by writing out all the features you want it to have (Must have this, might have this etc).
Next step is to see if this is something people need. Just ask around to see if people are interested, you could have a few sketches to give people an idea.
If the idea is soild your next step is to design the mockups. You can just draw rectangular screens and the actions which the screens would do.
Next step write the code for the application. If you need to app right away I would suggest first going to a meetup in order to gauge the market. If you can't find somethere then you can use an agency or go freelance. If you want to learn how to code you can check out Udacity. They have some good courses on developing your ideas, coding and even marketing the app. Hopefully, this helps you and looking forward to seeing your app.
Hi u/shiningmatcha, i'd recommend UpNote - it syncs seamlessly between iOS and Windows (and other platforms too). It's clean and fast to use with ability to organize and search for notes.
Disclaimer: I’m the creator of UpNote. We currently run a promotion for one-time premium upgrade. Hope the app could be useful for you :)
You can download otter.ai on the app store, you get 600 mins worth of speaker detection + transcribing free monthly.
or you can just use my referral link to sign-up and both of us gets 1-month free premium pass. :)
What if you can remember everything from your conversation? Now you can, with Otter. Get Otter with 1-month FREE Premium Pass by signing up here.
Do you code? If so, why don't you make one?
Anyways a quick search for open source calendar app Android GitHub reveals various repos for calendar apps such as this one: https://github.com/Etar-Group/Etar-Calendar
Also, if are a business owner, you may be interested in a special 14-day trial of a business subscription plan. You can apply here if interested.
Of course happy to help! I’ve been through the Asana’s, Mondays, and worst of all JIRA haha. I found the ClickUp app and after a full walkthrough with their super nice team, this is where I’ll be.
They make a lot of updates, have top notch customer service and they seem to improve all the time. Check them out and let me know what you think!
Sounds like a pretty easy thing to find, connecting your email to your phone number. Isn't hard at all. Here you go.
You could simply install a messenger to your phone that connect to your email, or simply connect your email to your phone, that would be a simple idea but, what you need here is a notification application.
Airtable is amazing. Acts way more like a database than Google Sheets. You can join tables and do lookups and more. And its free for up to a few thousand records or something like that.
habitica, basically you turn your life into a game and is very addictive, you can put your habits (positives and negatives), the habits you want to start to have, tasks and diary activities. you can use on your phone (app) and they have a desktop version too. check it out: https://habitica.com/static/home
Thanks for the recommendations!
As a heavy user of productivity apps, I recommend using Quire.
It's similar to TickTick, with a lot of features such as kanban board, offline syncing, reminders, priorities, gantt chart...etc
I recommend Quire.
It's free with no upgrade needed. You can create a project and collaborate with your team members, they can add their own notes/tasks/comments. Another plus is that you can assign different tasks to individuals, or tag them to notify them that they should focus on this task.
Also has a mobile app version that syncs offline with the webpage, so it's very convenient.
It's free so it won't hurt to try. There are other todo list apps you can try, but some can be pricey.
I use both as they do different things for me.
Wunderlist is my go-to task app. I initially didn't get Wunderlist because it's pretty design yet it lacked important features like copy and pasting(!) which they have now. There are two features that made me a fan of Wunderlist - proper desktop (not web wrapper) apps and offline support.
I use Google Keep for more ephemeral, post-it note stuff like shopping lists, remember this thing for later etc. To me, Google Keep is akin to a stripped-down Evernote.
Not sure where you got the idea of Google killing off Keep. People love Keep and they released the iOS app recently. Also, Wunderlist is freemium, the paid Pro version is only relevant for users who wants it for teams.
One task manager you might want to consider is todoist. I know happy todoist users who loves their minimal design and powerful task management features.
So I made this SpaceX app (100% free & no ads) called "Launch". Launch gives you every upcoming and past launch, vehicle information, Launch-/ and Ladingpad information, and much much more.
here is the playstore link for samsung Keyboard u/brobjerg i hope you will get the keyboard.
You can try AnyTracker. Just enter the website where the product is listed, highlight the number, and turn on notifications. You will be notified immediately when there is a sale
App Store (iOS) Google Play (Android)
Hey, I created this little Stradoku app called Guriddo (グリッド, japanese for grid).
The rules of Stradoku are similar to Sudoku: You have a 9x9 grid that has to be filled with numbers between 1-9, however there are no subgrids. The grid is divided by tricky black fields. But see for yourself.
If you have any further questions, suggestions, praise or criticism, do not hesitate!
this app is relatively new, it just publically released after beta about one or two months ago and it has a plugin called homepage which should do the trick
A very late suggestion but have you tried Bundled Notes?
It has an excellent tagging system, kanban boards, to do lists, and on September 8 i think, the dev's gonna release an update which let you have attachments.
You can also set notes as a reminder for a certain time and even just pin the notes on your notification so that you'll always be able to see it! It has a web app but it's a subscription so idk if you're up for that.
RateThings is an app that lets you Rate Things to inspire and get inspired by your friends. It has multiple categories now (movies, podcasts, series, books, beers, whiskeys and wines). RateThings has a timeline in which you can scroll through your friends' ratings and easily add interesting Things to your to do list.
It's also a fun way of keeping track of Things you have seen, drank, listened to or read.