Articles in the Apps Category
There are some of us that believe in magic, miracles and many other superstitions. For everyone else, there is illusion, and that’s taught in this Samsung Bada app.
There is absolutely no doubt that illusion or magic tricks can be really awesome, but then there are those (such as that Arrested Development guy) who fail completely at this, either because the trick is lame, or poorly executed.
Some find them offensive, others overrated, but what’s certain is that I feel sorry for anyone who might fall for the lines found in this Bada app.
Graphic editing apps are essential in an age when we have high-resolution cameras attached to the very back of our phones – and that’s why I bring you ImageBlender for Samsung Wave.
In South Africa electricity cuts, called load shedding, were quite frequent, and flashlights were very much necessary – such an app has been especially designed for the Samsung S8500.
The aim is simple, and there is very little to review here – provide light through the camera’s LED flash. Of course, this drains battery, so I suggest you to visit the PhoneRPT store and get a 3000mAh extra capacity battery for your Samsung Wave delivered to you for free!
Ever wanted to sound like the captain of an airplane and speak through an intercom in your car? MegaPhone on the Samsung Wave allows for precisely that!
Browse the PhoneRPT store to check out the latest Samsung S8500 Wave accessories delivered to you for free! For questions and answers, visit the Samsung Wave forum.
The Samsung S8500 Wave, being a smartphone, can now double as a DJ scratch pad thanks to a simple, yet fun app.
Click here to get the latest accessories for your phone shipped for free to your country; or visit our Samsung S8500 forum and discuss everything Bada.
If you travel a lot or for any other reason make constant use of third-party Wi-Fi networks, it’s useful to have some nerdy stats of them – at least that’s what the makers of this Bada app thought.
Comedy aside, the statistics given by this Samsung Wave software are indeed too many for regular users, and perhaps even for me – yes, I consider myself somewhat different from the regular user – as geographic locations, exact signal strength and channel used are really not very useful for me.
It’s difficult to sometimes find used items in good condition, or even get yours sold, and websites such as eBay aren’t the best if you lack knowledge on how to avoid scams – that’s where iBuyWeSell for the Samsung S8500 comes in.
The major difference between any action website and this app is that there is no payment involved in this side. It’s all still human contact based, you’ll have to always get in touch with the party selling the stuff in order to make the exchange. Fell comfortable yet?
Of course, …
Don’t be mislead by the ugly name, this Samsung Bada app is not a connection method to hotel phone numbers, but much, much more than that.
PhoneHotel brings functionality usually only available through websites, not that that would be a bad thing, but when it comes to the 21st century and smartphones, there’s potentially for much more than that. I don’t believe this is the first of its kind, in fact, I’m pretty sure other industry giants similar to Expedia must have their own solutions, but for the small platform that …
After the month-long absence from writing, I’ve downloaded BadaShelf for the Samsung Wave, and tried to find out why it costs around $6.
Usually simple apps stay at $0.99 only in order to make themselves look more affordable to users who might not always need them. Such should be the case of this program, which, even though it looks very intuitive, turns out to be pretty much useless.