Android Sale Apps and Games as of 5th January 2011
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Android Sale Apps and Games as of 5th January 2011

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Found 5th Jan 2012
Just made a quick list of apps and games on sale that I noticed.

JuiceDefender Plus 99p
Camera ZOOM FX £1.79
Duke Nukem 3D Episode 1 free
IM+ Pro 69p
HD Widgets £1.49
HDR Camera+ 64p
Anti-Virus Pro £3.11
MyBackup Pro £1.94
iLighter - Free
iMediaShare Premium £1.91
Tape-a-Talk Pro 83p
GPP Remote Control 64p
How to Tie a Tie Pro 92p
MySettings Pro 63p
Remote Gallery 3D Pro 54p
Destroy Gunners SP £3.31
CrazyRemote Pro £6.04

I think they will end on 7th January.....
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Original Poster
I purchased MyBackup Pro as it is very good and just works.... Also allows you to upload 100mbs for online backup (more MB can be purchased) however I backup to the MicroSD card.

Tempted with JuiceDefender Plus too but not sure.....
Not as good as the 10p deals a few weeks ago, but a few ok prices
How to Tie a Tie Pro 92p?! An app to tie a tie and its not free? The website, I understand, and its free, so that's fine. If the app was free, it'd be fine. But for £1? Rather simple money that person has made...
twe

I purchased MyBackup Pro as it is very good and just works.... Also … I purchased MyBackup Pro as it is very good and just works.... Also allows you to upload 100mbs for online backup (more MB can be purchased) however I backup to the MicroSD card.



Or backup the stuff with one of the many free apps that do it perfectly well, and back it up to Dropbox for free who will give you 2GB of space. More useful than 100mb.
I wonder if someone with IM+ Pro could comment.

What is the network activity like for IM+, I like being logged into skype for IM access, but the constant network activity is killing my battery (At least I suspect that it is skype). Is IM+ any better in this regard?

My device is a Galaxy Nexus
twinpeaked

I wonder if someone with IM+ Pro could comment.What is the network … I wonder if someone with IM+ Pro could comment.What is the network activity like for IM+, I like being logged into skype for IM access, but the constant network activity is killing my battery (At least I suspect that it is skype). Is IM+ any better in this regard?My device is a Galaxy Nexus



Have you tried Trillian?
LetoKynes

Have you tried Trillian?




No I haven't, but I will certainly take a look, thank you for the suggestion
Original Poster
Spence1115

Or backup the stuff with one of the many free apps that do it perfectly … Or backup the stuff with one of the many free apps that do it perfectly well, and back it up to Dropbox for free who will give you 2GB of space. More useful than 100mb.



Bit late now but any suggestions for others? Talking about backing up software, contacts, sms messages, calendar, call logs etc....
Think MyBackup Pro was £2.99 previously.....

Just noted the how to tie a tie pro as it was a bit funny to see, not heard of it before.....

Edited by: "twe" 5th Jan 2012
twe

Bit late now but any suggestions for others? Talking about backing up … Bit late now but any suggestions for others? Talking about backing up software, contacts, sms messages, calendar, call logs etc....Think MyBackup Pro was £2.99 previously.....Just noted the how to tie a tie pro as it was a bit funny to see, not heard of it before.....



Software - App Backup and Restore will back up the apps, but saving their settings is another matter, I've yet to find one that does that properly.
Contacts - Export to SD card, sync with Google etc. Saves messing around with an app anyway.
SMS - SMS Backup and Restore works perfectly for me and it's quick.
Calendar - again, sync with Google or any number of services. Easier than exporting to a file and you can then view it everywhere.
Call logs - Not sure, not been too bothered by that to be honest so I've never looked.

I'll admit, the program is worth it if it'll backup the settings of applications as well. Easier than going into each one and exporting the settings, if the app even lets you do that. If it just backs up the basic app though, then its not worth it. Also, its fun restoring them, clicking 'Install, Done' on every single bloody app...

The one thing I miss about my iPhone? iTunes/iCloud sync. Oh look, one button press and it'll do it all.
twe

Bit late now but any suggestions for others? Talking about backing up … Bit late now but any suggestions for others? Talking about backing up software, contacts, sms messages, calendar, call logs etc....Think MyBackup Pro was £2.99 previously.....Just noted the how to tie a tie pro as it was a bit funny to see, not heard of it before.....



Titanium Backup.
Does a lot more than just backup.
Free edition does everything most ppl need, pro version does even more.

Needs root though.

If you do go for the pro version, it's cheaper to buy it direct from the developer in $ via paypal than buying in £ from android market.

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 5th Jan 2012
twinpeaked

I wonder if someone with IM+ Pro could comment.What is the network … I wonder if someone with IM+ Pro could comment.What is the network activity like for IM+, I like being logged into skype for IM access, but the constant network activity is killing my battery (At least I suspect that it is skype). Is IM+ any better in this regard?My device is a Galaxy Nexus



If network activity is killing your battery try green power. It will switch off Network connections for x amount of time automatically. i.e. my network is on for 5 mins every half hour to check for messages and then it will switch off again.
Original Poster
Spence1115

Software - App Backup and Restore will back up the apps, but saving their … Software - App Backup and Restore will back up the apps, but saving their settings is another matter, I've yet to find one that does that properly.Contacts - Export to SD card, sync with Google etc. Saves messing around with an app anyway.SMS - SMS Backup and Restore works perfectly for me and it's quick.Calendar - again, sync with Google or any number of services. Easier than exporting to a file and you can then view it everywhere.Call logs - Not sure, not been too bothered by that to be honest so I've never looked.I'll admit, the program is worth it if it'll backup the settings of applications as well. Easier than going into each one and exporting the settings, if the app even lets you do that. If it just backs up the basic app though, then its not worth it. Also, its fun restoring them, clicking 'Install, Done' on every single bloody app...The one thing I miss about my iPhone? iTunes/iCloud sync. Oh look, one button press and it'll do it all.



It has options to backup: apps, photos, contacts, call logs, bookmarks, sms, mms, system settings, android home, alarms, dictionary, calendar, music playlist.... And compress the apps/photos to take up less space.....
You can schedule it to back it up and in the mytoolbox options you can freeze, unfreeze apps and wipe cache and data.....

Thanks 7percent, might try that out and see how it is as my battery life has halved since I have moved from gsm only to wcdma/gsm since I now have unlimited internet data......
Original Poster
TehJumpingJawa

Titanium Backup.Does a lot more than just backup.Free edition does … Titanium Backup.Does a lot more than just backup.Free edition does everything most ppl need, pro version does even more.Needs root though.If you do go for the pro version, it's cheaper to buy it direct from the developer in $ via paypal than buying in £ from android.



TitaniumBackup didn't work for me a few months back so thats why I didn't continue using it but probably ok now.....

Edited by: "twe" 5th Jan 2012
Titanium Backup's incredibly powerful and really easy to use, highly recommended!

Juicedefender's good although I tend to use Tasker for automation and a few toggles to manually do things as JD tended to annoy me if it had turned something off and I wanted it back on.
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