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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Android Apps for Prawfs?

A little while ago, Rick asked about the best apps for iPhones. I just made the switch to a Droid/Verizon after many years on T-Mobile with a Blackberry. The transition so far has not been seemless; sadly, I spent a couple hours fruitlessly waiting while they tried to extract my contacts and photos from my BB and move them to the Droid. (Thank goodness for contax via FB and Gmail.)  In any event, I'm curious, what apps do folks with Android platforms love and think might be useful to a twerpy prawf like myself?

By the way, my FSU colleague, the invariably talented Shawn Bayern,  has crafted a couple iPhone apps (including an app that lends you send emails in the future, and another one that has the US Code), but I don't think he's done any yet for Android. If you're interested in his iPhone apps, do a search for Bayern.  

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Posted by: Dissertation Writing | Feb 25, 2010 1:03:23 AM

I have a Droid, but the only law geeky application I have on it is a copy of the U.S. Constitution. I'd love to hear other suggestions.

Posted by: Hanah | Feb 23, 2010 10:57:40 AM

Dan - for what it's worth - a company - www.motherapp.com - can turn your blog into an iphone app - they just want a cut of the ads they generate on it ;-)

Posted by: Jeff Yates | Feb 21, 2010 11:55:33 AM

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