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aCar is an all-in-one handy application for your Android supported device to effectively track the fuel mileage and costs, maintenance, business (and non-business) trips/mileages and general expenses of your vehicles.Whether you want to track the…


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  • #2 iSpy


    Rating: 3.22/5 (58 votes)

    The car game made popular during road trips is now on Android.Puzzles are created by users so they are fresh. Plus, you get to see images of the world. Guess the object or concept the hint is referring to. Create puzzles by taking a picture, entering…

  • uPackingList

    Rating: 2.95/5 (19 votes)

    uPackingList application is designed to turn packing into fast and convenient activity for any journey, developed by NIX Solutions. You can easily create lists of necessary items and control packing process. Update your packing list…

  • RoamAside

    Rating: 2.86/5 (462 votes)

    67% cheaper than skype   Avoid Roaming fees. Make your calls directly from your phone over WiFi.   Avoid international roaming charges / fees when travelling for business…


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