Jeffrey Sharkey Drops a Pair of Apps Before Scootin’ off to Google
Chances are that by the time you read this article, Jeffrey Sharkey is fast at work doing something cool at his new job, working for Google.Â That’s right, the guy behind CompareEverywhere and a handful of other apps has taken a position within the Googleplex.
Before moving on up, Jeffrey decided to unleash another pair of applications to Android users. Both apps are excellent in their own rights and decidely helpful too.
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The second application he released is called GroupHome and it organizes your installed Android applications in a very straightforward manner.Â Want to pull up your multimedia apps and see how many music players you’ve got loaded on your phone?Â This is the app to use.
Hold down (longpress) on an app and you’ll get the details for that program as well as a 1-click shorcut to uninstall.Â This is extremely helpful for those apps that aren’t named all that swell when you look in the application manager.Â If you’ve run into this, and you know what we’re talking about, you’ll be happy when you use GroupHome.
Congratulations to Jeffrey on all of your accomplishments so far.Â We can only imagine the stuff you help create with the folks at Google.Â We’re looking for ward to seeing the next big thing(s) from you!
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