Come one, come all, app lovers. Let's check out some of our favorite applications from this week, in hopes that some of them may end up becoming some of your favorites as well!
Sean Brunett - Buffalo Bills Mobile (Free)
I’m a huge football fan, specifically a Buffalo Bills fan. That’s why I was excited to see the release of an official app for my favorite team. It is a nicely done mobile version of the main Bills website. With the app, Bills fans can check news, view the upcoming schedule and see photos from the latest games/events. One of my favorite features of the app though, is the collection of videos. I love to watch post-game press conferences and coach interviews during the week, so to be able to view them easily on my mobile device is a huge plus. You can also track fantasy players, check out the official Twitter feed of the Buffalo Bills, and view an interactive map of Ralph Wilson Stadium, so you’re prepared for gameday. Buffalo Bills fans need to check this app out, it is very well done. LET’S GO BUFFALO!!! [Market Link]
Jerry Hildenbrand - Make Your Clock Widget HD (Free / $1.99)
Make Your Clock Widget HD is a great tablet homescreen tweaker tool. It's built solely for Honeycomb tablets, and gives you a ton of options to display information right up front where you can see it. You can set your own colors, font, background and transparency, and with the pro version ($1.99) you can also display weather and system information like battery stats and voltages, free storage space, and SD card space in various styles of graphs and text. You can choose to go minimal, or get all funky with bright backgrounds and bold fonts -- it's all up to you. The widget itself comes in 12 different sizes (1x1, 1x2, 2x1, 2x2, 3x1, 3x2, 4x1, 4x2, 4x4, 4x3, 5x3, and 5x4) to fit any theme or decor. When you're done creating, you can upload your designs to the gallery and share with the world, and anyone can download and use them from right inside the app. Download the free version from the Android Market to try it out, and give the pro version a shot if you want to take things a bit further. [Market Link]
Chris Parsons - Pixlr-o-matic (Free)
When it comes to editing images there is plenty of apps in the Android Market to choose from. That said, some are good.. some are just plain awful. Pixlr-o-matic is one of the best out there and it's free. Following the same concept as many others, you can snap an image and edit it on the go with plenty of filters and lighting and borders to choose from. Once done, you can export your images to either your sd card, Facebook or imm.io. You've tried the others, try Pixlr-o-matic - I think you'll enjoy it vs. some of the other apps available. [Market Link]
Anndrew Vacca - Starbucks (Free)
I enjoy anything that makes my wallet lighter (except for spending money), and the Starbucks app for Android does just that. There aren't many bells and whistles, and unfortunately no, you can't order coffee from your phone. What you can do, however, is take all those little Starbucks gift cards you got for Christmas and add them to the app. Your phone will act as a giftcard: the balance will transfer to your phone, and you can have your favorite barista scan your app-generated barcode just as he or she would a real plastic card. Now, if only Dunkin Donuts would get with the times... [Market Link]
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