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Ok ive had my phone a while but i feel it is unused as al i have on it is tomtom and batti, i do use the wifi and mp3 alot but surely there are more applications that can enhance my experience.

Any ideas?

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Chippa

Where on earth has this app been? Ive been looking for one of these for ages, but couldnt find one.

Am going to install now and test, and if any good might make it a news item.

Great spot!

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Chippa

Where on earth has this app been? Ive been looking for one of these for ages, but couldnt find one.

Am going to install now and test, and if any good might make it a news item.

Great spot!

Cheers

Phill

Just stumbled across it the other day. Installed it on my Compact IV with no problems. Tried and tested. :rolleyes:

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There are tons of applications both useful and gimmicky for the Touch Diamond. I found most of mine on here or on forum.xda-developers.com. The apps I use or have used are:
GPSed - allows you to track your routes via GPS whether by car, bike, boat, plane. You can view the routes online in Google maps via www.gpsed.com and you can attach photos to your journey by getting the software to tag your photos with GPS info (I haven't used the photo feature yet)
TCPMP - allows you to play all types of movie files
CameraAware - speed camera warnings and also allows you to track your routes
Diamond Hologram - virtual hologram using the gsensor
Diamond Cubes - dice rolling
Diamond Beer - simulates a glass of beer
Manila Customizer - allows you to change icons on TouchFlo3d with a simple user interface
WalkingHotSpot - use your phone as a wireless access point
Google Maps
TomTom
Nav4All - free GPS navigation but very basic - no map view while driving and voices aren't very clear
GRemote - use your phone wirelessly as a touchpad, gsensor enabled mouse, game controller, keyboard or media remote for your PC
Batti
AnswerkeysDisabler - stops you accidentally answering when in your pocket
Gsensor calibrator, Total Commander, FDCsoft TaskManager, Vibratealert, ING Font Change, AdvancedConfig and TF3D config for more customising
Capsure - screen captures from device
MyMobiler - allows to control device from PC and record videos and screenshots of the device in action
PocketGForce - measure GForce's using Gsensor (can't imagine it is very accurate)
Note2Self - dictation that is automatically sent to your email
Glight - control brightness of screen using light sensor
RemoteTrackerConfig - haven't tried yet but is location based security based on GPS or GSM cells so you can find your phone if it's lost or stolen
Pedometer - haven't tried yet

I'm sure there is more but I can't remember them all. Try here: http://www.modaco.co...amond-software/ and here for gsensor apps: http://forum.xda-dev...ad.php?t=430541

Edited by Kevlarski, 23 December 2008 - 10:57 AM.

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listpro, i've used mobile and PC versions for a few years and it's not much for showoff, but awsome for productivity.
i use
  • passworded list for personal info, registrations, passwords, alarmcodes etc.
  • control cheklist, for periodic cross-checking that everything is running like it should in business
  • home projects list for organizing projects around the house, car etc.
  • shopping checklist
  • projects list for organicing strategy of compagny projects
igo for navigation, it's better than tomtom, but i'm not sure navigation on mobile is a good idea if you like to talk on the phone while driving :rolleyes:

Mobsync for syncronizing folders between desktop and mobile, it's good for easy handeling of music and documents

i'm on the lookout for a contacts program wich can organize contacts in categories, will popup only if registrered contact calls, easily take notes on conversation and export that to onenote or officetasks. i've tried with normal contacts but it seems to get more and more cumbersome if there is more than 100 contacts

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