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Compass

Simple Compass App that will come in handy during your travel. A smartphone app that can be used as a compass because of the magnetometer inside. Note: All apps published by me are free and always will be. The permissions required for…

Compass

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Topics:
[Travel]

Rating: 2.60/5 (5 votes)

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  • Blood Type

    Rating: 2.50/5 (4 votes)

    If you want to know to whom you can give blood or from whom you can receive blood, then this is the right app for you. Just supply the app with your blood group and the app will tell you to which blood group you can give and receive blood from.…

    Cats:
    [Education]
    [Health]
    [Utilities]
  • Digital Clock

    Rating: 2.50/5 (2 votes)

    An app that will make your smartphone turn into a digital clock at night. Just start the app and use your smartphone as a digital clock. Once started, the app will stay awake all the time till its switched off. Tiny and less power consuming app that…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Truth Or Dare

    Rating: 2.50/5 (2 votes)

    Classic 'Truth Or Dare' Game. Consists of more than 200+ questions. Simple & Tiny App that will come in handy when you are at a party or when you are just chilling out with friends.   More Info on 'Truth Or Dare'…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
  • Torch

    Rating: 2.25/5 (4 votes)

    If your android mobile doesn't have a LED light, but you want to use your mobile as a torch/flashlight then this is what you want. This app, when launched, sets the screen brightness to the maximum and disables the key-lock or your mobile going to…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Baby Names

    Rating: 2.25/5 (4 votes)

    Looking for a baby name with Indian origin ? Then this is the right app for you. Features:- More than 4000+ names along with their meaning- No internet connection required for the app to work- Quick search option- Alphabetical scroll…

    Cats:
    [Education]
    [Utilities]
  • Vastu Compass

    Rating: 2.00/5 (1 vote)

    Vastu Compass is an app which tells you the Vastu compliance of your home. Use it before you build your home or after, to check the compliance. Before you start, stand at the center of your home and hold the device parallel to the floor.…

    Cats:
    [Health]
    [Utilities]
  • Dice Roller

    Rating: 2.00/5 (1 vote)

    Want to play a board game, but the dice is missing. Don't worry, this is the app for you. Use Dice Roller to roll two virtual dice and play any of your favourite game without the need of a real dice. Use it for anything where a real dice is required…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Sneezer

    Rating: 2.00/5 (1 vote)

    'Sneezer' is nothing but a funny sneezing sound app. If you want someone to say 'God Bless You', then just say 'Excuse Me' and press any of the 'Sneeze' button. Weird sneezes will make you and your friends laugh. And it gets excited when you tap multiple…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
  • Never Have I Ever

    Rating: 2.00/5 (1 vote)

    Classic 'Never Have I Ever' Game. Consists of more than 200+ questions. Simple & Tiny App that will come in handy when you are at a party or when you are just chilling out with friends.   More info on the game: Participants…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
  • Blood Type

    Rating: 2.00/5 (1 vote)

    If you want to know to whom you can give blood or from whom you can receive blood, then this is the right app for you. Just supply the app with your blood group and the app will tell you to which blood group you can give and receive blood from.…

    Cats:
    [Education]
    [Health]
    [Utilities]
  • Touch Snake

    Rating: 1.00/5 (1 vote)

    This is a Classic Snake Game for Android. Eat as many apples as possible to score more. Set a high score and make your friends beat it.   Features:- Cool Graphics- Android Snake- No Ads Disturbing Your Game Play- Virtual…

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    [Entertainment]

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