+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


Topics
All
Books
Family
Fun
Games
Maps
Money
Music
News
Photos
Shopping
Social
Sports
Travel
Video
Weather

1 Apps tagged: "shoelaces"

  • rss feed
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Join us on Facebook
Lacing Shoes (Free)

Remember when your father or mother taught you how to tie your shoes? Most of us still tie our shoes the very same way, perhaps not dreaming that there are numerous methods of tying one's shoes.Lacing Shoes is an app that gives you more ways to lace…

Have a favourite Android App? Are you an Android Developer?

Submit your Android application to 101 Best Android Apps, we have thousands of new visitors every day looking for a new application to add to their Android phone...

Submit your app now

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • Itching to play Fortnite on Android? You’ll need one of these phones

    We are looking forward to the imminent arrival of Fortnite on Android smartphones. Although we don’t know the official date yet, for now we can check if our smartphone will be compatible. We leave you with the complete list(This is a preview – click he…

  • Revisit the good old days with the NES Classic Mini, now in stock at Amazon

    You should hurry up.

    Ah, Nintendo, breaker of hearts and crusher of dreams. How can one company be so good at releasing such limited quantities of the coolest items ever?!

    The Nintendo NES Classic Mini has been hard to nab from the get-go. When it was first released, people waited in line for hours in the hopes of snatching one up — myself included. This little gadget hit the reseller market fast after stock was depleted, selling for up to $1,000. Seriously. It was once thought to be gone forever, and it left thousands of fans upset, knowing that they may never have the chance to revisit their childhood favorites on an actual Nintendo machine. (Yes, you can emulate retro games. No, it isn’t the same. Don’t @ me.)

    Thankfully, you don’t have to wait for six hours in the freezing Wisconsin snow to get yours like I did. You don’t even have to leave your house. Amazon has the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console in stock for the MSRP of $59.99. No markups, no hassle, and no blood, sweat,…

  • Revisit the good old days with the NES Classic Mini, now in stock at Amazon

    You should hurry up.

    Ah, Nintendo, breaker of hearts and crusher of dreams. How can one company be so good at releasing such limited quantities of the coolest items ever?!

    The Nintendo NES Classic Mini has been hard to nab from the get-go. When it was first released, people waited in line for hours in the hopes of snatching one up — myself included. This little gadget hit the reseller market fast after stock was depleted, selling for up to $1,000. Seriously. It was once thought to be gone forever, and it left thousands of fans upset, knowing that they may never have the chance to revisit their childhood favorites on an actual Nintendo machine. (Yes, you can emulate retro games. No, it isn’t the same. Don’t @ me.)

    Thankfully, you don’t have to wait for six hours in the freezing Wisconsin snow to get yours like I did. You don’t even have to leave your house. Amazon has the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console in stock for the MSRP of $59.99. No markups, no hassle, and no blood, sweat,…

  • Shark vacuums, DNA test kits, Hue Lights, and more are all discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on Shark’s popular multi-floor vacuum, Philips Hue Starter Kits, DNA testing kits and more! Time’s running out to take advantage of these prices, so hurry!

    View the rest of the deals

    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • Shark vacuums, DNA test kits, Hue Lights, and more are all discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on Shark’s popular multi-floor vacuum, Philips Hue Starter Kits, DNA testing kits and more! Time’s running out to take advantage of these prices, so hurry!

    View the rest of the deals

    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • [Deal Alert] Choetech 10W fast wireless chargers, USB-C cables, and more on sale for up to 54% off with codes

    Prime Day 2018 has come and gone, but there are still plenty of solid deals to be had at Amazon. If you’re looking to stock up on some discounted fast wireless chargers, USB-C cables, wall chargers, and car chargers, Choetech has some promo codes offe…

  • Here’s what we’re reading, watching, playing, and listening to this week

    How we’re spending our leisure time.

    Everyone has a bit of quiet downtime once in a while. Whether you’re sitting quietly at home or trying to relax on a plane or just giving your busy mind and hands a break, it’s important to relax.

    A good way to do that is to read a book, listen to some music or watch a movie or show. See what’s caught our attention for the week of July 21st.

    Ara Wagoner

    I’m a sucker for an enchanting fantasy anime, and Kakuriyo has me hooked as we head into the second half of the season. The full title is Kakuriyo -Bed and Breakfast for Spirits- and it weaves a bewitching story around a young woman who gets swept up in the affairs of a hidden realm of spirits and monsters because of her dead grandfather’s debts. It’s a story of patience, perseverance, the magic of good food! The music, art style, and the character dynamics make it easy to get swept away, which has led me to binge the first 13 episodes more than once the last week.

    Kakuriyo is available both…

  • Here’s what we’re reading, watching, playing, and listening to this week

    How we’re spending our leisure time.

    Everyone has a bit of quiet downtime once in a while. Whether you’re sitting quietly at home or trying to relax on a plane or just giving your busy mind and hands a break, it’s important to relax.

    A good way to do that is to read a book, listen to some music or watch a movie or show. See what’s caught our attention for the week of July 21st.

    Ara Wagoner

    I’m a sucker for an enchanting fantasy anime, and Kakuriyo has me hooked as we head into the second half of the season. The full title is Kakuriyo -Bed and Breakfast for Spirits- and it weaves a bewitching story around a young woman who gets swept up in the affairs of a hidden realm of spirits and monsters because of her dead grandfather’s debts. It’s a story of patience, perseverance, the magic of good food! The music, art style, and the character dynamics make it easy to get swept away, which has led me to binge the first 13 episodes more than once the last week.

    Kakuriyo is available both…

  • Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft unite: Data Transfer Project promises portability between services

    Many of our readers should be familiar with Takeout, ostensibly now called “Download your Data,” which allows you to back up a copy of all the information associated with your account for most of Google’s services. Right now you can even use it to transition your Drive storage between providers, but thanks to the upcoming open-source Data Transfer Project—publicized yesterday in a joint effort with Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook—that data may someday be as portable as your phone. 

    Google actually low-key announced this project all the way back its May 11th GDPR announcement, but at the time it was just a new open-source project in the very early stages that would “in time, be of use to any developer wanting to offer seamless transfer of data from one service directly into an alternative (or vice versa).” With Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft jumping on board for compatibility, the project is making significant progress.

    Read More

    Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft unite: Data Transfer Project promises portability between services was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • And the best new apps of the week are…” 🥁

    Ladies and gentleman, it’s time to present the best new and updated apps of the week! This week’s winners are Shop Store, Moment Pro Camera, MyPack, Notes by Firefox and MagiCats Builder! Check them out and give us your feedback in the comments!(This …

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments