Your favorite Android Apps...

  • I thought this topic might be helpful for some people. We all probably spend a lot of time searching for great apps on our mobile devices....


    ES File Explorer (wish we had a plugin like this for OMV)
    BubbleUPNP
    Slingplayer
    Comcast apps
    Thumb Keyboard
    Fing
    OpenVPN
    TeamViewer
    Wifi Analyzer
    Wol Wake on LAN WAN
    SharesFinder
    Amazon Music with Prime Music
    WD TV Remote
    Amazon Fire Remote
    TapaTalk
    Github
    MantisDroid
    etc....

  • Owncloud ;)
    i know, it is not specificly vor OMV

    omv 5.x | 64 bit | omvextrasorg 5.x | kernel 5.4
    used plugins: omv-extras | portainer | rsnapshot | antivirus
    used container: portainer/portainer | linuxserver/nextcloud | linuxserver/letsencrypt | linuxserver/mariadb | jellyfin/jellyfin | doliana/logitech-media-server | v2tec/watchtower | instrumentisto/coturn

  • I have some of those mentioned above plus my favourites


    OruxMaps for offline navigation
    Threema
    WhatsApp (cause most of my friends haven't got threema :( )
    Dolphin browser
    K9-mail
    CalDAV-Sync and CardDAV-Sync from Marten Gajda for Owncloud synchronisation
    aCalendar

  • https://f-droid.org/repository…fdid=com.owncloud.android
    ownCloud
    Synchronization client


    ownCloud is a free software package you can install on a server to manage files, contacts, calendars, music, pictures and much more. This is the official Android app which enables you to view and upload files.


    Changelog


    License: GPLv3


    Website: https://owncloud.org
    Issue Tracker: https://github.com/owncloud/android/issues
    Source Code: https://github.com/owncloud/android
    Donate: https://www.bountysource.com/teams/owncloud


    For full details and additional technical information, see this application's page on the F-Droid wiki.



    In Google-Play kostenpflichtig.

  • Some of my favs are


    ksl classifieds -> best classified sites ever
    MegahFilmesHD-> best film app ever
    watch cartoon online -> interesting


    I have downloaded them from apknite. Easy

    A nice thread to pull together useful Android software.
    Google Duo
    Google News
    Safewiper
    https://www.safewiper.com/
    System Monitor
    AK Notepad
    https://ak-notepad.soft112.com/
    ToDoList
    https://www.techworld.com/down…ss/todolist-7217-3249271/

  • This list only the (free) ones that are connected to the OVM5 server (locally and remotely)



    - Nextcloud :connected to Nextcloud (of course :))


    - OpenTask + DAVX5 : connected to Tasks in Nextcloud

    Note: very useful to share any URL from Android to my PC via Nextcloud Tasks (with multiple categories like to-do, to-save, etc...)


    - Substreamer : connected to Airsonic

    Note : Music with online and offline capabilities)


    - Bitwarden : connected to BitwardenRS

    Note : password keeper with browsers addons


    - Deluge: connected to Deluge-VPN

    Note BitTorrent via smartphone and web...


    - Jellyfin to Jellyfin

    Note: Media streaming software, like Plex and Emby......but really free (not premium based)


    - TTRSS connected to TTRSS

    Note: good news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator


    - Gotify: connected to Gotify

    Note: for real time notifications from various server apps (Sonarr, Bazarr....) to Android



    Cheers

  • These are "Free" utilities.


    "Ruler" - hashes as big as your screen and can be calibrated (although out of the box it's dead on)

    "Color Grab" - Will grab just about any color and associate a "name", but it is VERY good at white calibration (why I use it).

    "Graph 89 Free" - Will use the most popular Ti ROMs (not included), but it has a logging feature which most free (all?) don't.

    "SoundHound" - Identifies music. The later versions are a little spy'ish, but it's still faster at identity than the competition (I've tried them all).

    "ConvertPad" - Converts units and can convert currency to a reasonable value (handy to have if you DON'T have the internet).

    "PPSSPP - "Emulates" Sony PSP ROMs using Vulcan. Graphically on mobile, it's hard to beat with all the upscaling features (but games are old).

  • I use some of them too like Ruler and CovertPad. But actually never tried the other ones. I will check them out. Thank you for sharing them here!

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