Android, the Freedom to Develop, Customize and Organize

Android, the Freedom to Develop, Customize and Organize

It is exciting to be involved with a rapidly advancing technology that allows participation on an individual level.  As Android fans, we are all involved in shaping an ecosystem that will encompass individuals with a vast expanse of knowledge and needs.  This system gives each individual tools for flexing their uniqueness, as well as a greatly enhanced set of fundamental applications that make life less chaotic.

Every individual has very different needs regarding the function of their cell phone, which is why Android is a great choice for us gals. We are very particular about the expression of our individuality. When I compare my applications and settings to my male counterparts, these differences are made more manifest. Even though I enjoy games occasionally, I predominantly use my moment for information inquiry, communication and organization.  It has allowed me to be more structured and focused in accomplishing my day to day tasks or goals.

The following are some applications I have found useful:

Google has really tapped into a unique market, by getting developers and consumers involved in shaping the development of Android. As the saying goes, variety is the spice of life. A growth environment has been created that fosters the imagination, creativity and individuality. Whether indirect or direct, we are all involved in shaping a cutting edge technology that is unfolding right before the eyes of us gals and guys.

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6 Comments

  1. suitestaboo
    May 01, 23:38 Reply

    I'm going to try out the 3/4 apps you mentioned and see how they fare.

    One thing I do like is the colorful notes app. it's colorful post its make it easy for me categorize.

    I just wish it had theme's or better one's without having to add a 3rd party app or "hack" into it.

  2. suitestaboo
    May 01, 23:38 Reply

    I'm going to try out the 3/4 apps you mentioned and see how they fare.

    One thing I do like is the colorful notes app. it's colorful post its make it easy for me categorize.

    I just wish it had theme's or better one's without having to add a 3rd party app or "hack" into it.

  3. xarophti
    May 02, 06:02 Reply

    Have you seen "Our Groceries"? It's a great free app for syncing and sharing a grocery list between two devices, even on different platforms. I make different lists for different stores, and hubby can see them all if he's the one to stop on the way home from work and no duplications!

  4. koxx3
    May 03, 12:21 Reply

    For calendar and tasks, there is also 'Pure calendar widget' which is beautiful and you can customize it :)

  5. Jeannie Stempel
    May 23, 22:09 Reply

    Just my luck, I’m in a bit of dilema, I’ve had my iphone 3G for the last 2 years and it’s been fine. It is my understanding that Apple has a new operating system coming out called OS 4 and it’s supposed to be adding some new features to the iPhone 3G. The problem is that I bought Verizon’s new HTC Incredible the HTC Incredible and it is a great phone, way better than the iphone, BUT I’m hearing that Apple is going to be coming out with a completely redesigned iphone altogether, and it’s supposed to be really nice but no one has any ideas as to when and Apple isn’t saying a thing. Should I keep my HTC Incredible, that I have 30 days to test and send it back if I don’t want to keep it, or should I return it, keep my current iPhone 3G and wait for the release of the new iPhone- tough to decide.

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