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    Google docs is a must have

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    Gtech net tools, maverick lite, ulysses gizmos,open signal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberNerd View Post
    Google docs is a must have
    at least on my tablet google docs is absolute pants the web pages work better

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    Whatsapp (free texting!)
    Skype
    Beautiful Widgets
    Remote desktop
    VNC Viewer
    Soundhound (better than shazam imho)
    Heytell (walkietalkie phone)
    Amazon kindle (better on my xoom)
    Fruit slice
    Flashlight (use the flash as a torch, handy for reading serial numbers under desks)
    as well as a fair few other mentioned

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    Google Sky is the coolest thing to show off to other people.

    Advanced Task Killer really has made a difference to my battery life.

    And Vignette (just grab the demo) does some very cool photo effects very quickly.

    Oh - and Frozen Bubble is clearly the best game

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    Samsung Galaxy S has swype built in so I guess the S2 does as well.

    Divide for secure business use.

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    at least on my tablet google docs is absolute pants the web pages work better
    I just find it faster to look through things than the webpage on a phone.
    We keep all our network config documents on google so it's handy to look at things like switch configurations when in a cupboard (IDF)

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    3G Watchdog another vote from me.

    There is a TeamViewer app which allows you to connect to PC's is quite handy from time to time.

    The rest are mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    two must have apps

    3G Watchdog (already mentioned but I will say it anyway)
    Juicedefender - this manages your battery use - on my phone it doubles my battery life

    also
    c:geo - geocaching app - go out into the countryside with your new phone and use million dollar satellites to find Tupperware hidden in the woods.
    Love a bit of this! Essential on my phone!

    Words with Friends is good for playing scrabble on the go with friends.
    FML to cheer you up
    Winamp for mp3 playback
    Visidon for extra security on singular apps (forward facing cam a must for facial recognition!)
    MSN Mercury Messenger on the go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Samsung Galaxy S has swype built in so I guess the S2 does as well.

    Divide for secure business use.

    Ben
    This is true! Go to settings, Locale and Text and Select input method.... It'll be in there!

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    Oh forgot one that may be of some use, there is a Spiceworks app so you can connect in when you are connected to the network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerospacemango View Post
    Love a bit of this! Essential on my phone!
    I did set up a geo-caching group.

    Edugeek Geocachers - EduGeek.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    at least on my tablet google docs is absolute pants the web pages work better

    Theres a new release, enhanced for tablets now:
    Google Apps update alerts: Google Docs app for Android now enhanced for tablets

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