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Did you get a Sony Ericsson LiveView (like me)?

What apps would YOU like to see on it! :rolleyes:

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SportyPal or similar so the phone can be tucked away safe and dry

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Not got one yet but I am soon. Apps for me...

Last.fm's (the biggie)
Google navigation
Cardio trainer

Does it have a sexy watch function.... Ouuuu, a binary watch app

Edited by trstn, 16 November 2010 - 03:16 PM.

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Did you get a Sony Ericsson LiveView (like me)?

What apps would YOU like to see on it! :rolleyes:

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Handcent SMS (if LV doesn't catch the incoming message itself)
A cool watch app (if the built in watch-style is not cool enough)
A proper music controller (hope the compatibility issues will be addressed soon)

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voice search activation,
modaco's app of the day
tweetdeck columns
and a possibility for linking contacts to start google navigation

Edited by kkempe, 16 November 2010 - 03:19 PM.

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SportyPal or similar so the phone can be tucked away safe and dry

SportyPal already has support in the new Beta actually!

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Transdroid-Status Screen

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A bigger clock app. :rolleyes:

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A GMail app would be cool. Like seeing the subject and sender of incoming mails.

Hopefully it will arrive soon. :rolleyes:

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Phone battery and signal strength.
Weather.
Better, more interesting clock. Stopwatch?

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An app which displays:

Current Moving Speed
Max Speed
Max Ascent
Max Descent
Grid Position
Panic (Find Me) button

Possibly linked to MyTracks

Used for Mountain biking, Cycling, Running, Snowboarding etc....

I would like to develop this myself though I'm awaiting the SDK *whistles*

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FotMob's live results would be nice :-)

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Did you get a Sony Ericsson LiveView (like me)?

What apps would YOU like to see on it! :rolleyes:

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Endomondo would be nice.It's almost like sportypal.

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What apps would YOU like to see on it! :rolleyes:

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Googlemail and gogle calendar - calendar doesn't seem to show anything on sgs

wifi connection chooser

Newsrob

Sandbox plugin to fire arbitrary canned intents on the phone.

"don't forget me" plugin - fire alert on liveview when phone goes out of range.

OCLF (just kidding)

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Trillian
Shazam (though sound quality from inside a pocket might be problematic :rolleyes:)
and a Pong Clock
oh and maybe a music controller app with album art

Edited by Suiken, 16 November 2010 - 05:47 PM.

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I'd be looking for a GMail and K9-Mail announce-plugin in the first place.
I was kinda astonished, that all important notifications except for email(!) are there!

A navigation helper plugin would be nice too...

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I'd mostly want media apps on it.
  • Audible
  • XiiaLive
  • MediaFly
  • TweetDeck
Would be cool to have for some danish public transport-apps as well.
  • TrainInfo DK
  • ByensPuls

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Ok guys, what we don't know: is this "just" a bluetooth controller (where everything is happening on the phone and LiveView just displays it via BT), or does it have some kind of built in memory (i think there should be limited amount). If so, is it possible to debug, or even modify it? Because of the SDK I think that one cannot develop apps just plugins to existing apps to forward the relevant data into the controller.

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Got mine today, and have to say, quite disappointed. The screen is great and works well, size is also great, but the music player doesn't work, and the function to open stuff on my phone (HTC Desire) just hangs the phone to the point I have to remove the battery!

Do they not test these things?

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Got mine today, and have to say, quite disappointed. The screen is great and works well, size is also great, but the music player doesn't work, and the function to open stuff on my phone (HTC Desire) just hangs the phone to the point I have to remove the battery!

Do they not test these things?



I don't think so.
That makes me sad.

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