One of the things I really liked about the LG Software when I reviewed the Optimus L7 was their QuickMemo function, which allows you to annotate and share pictures. Jason one of our team members pointed me at Skitch today which performs pretty much the same function, it allows you to annotate all the images you can think of such as maps, photos and screen captures with text, arrows and more. Quite a handy app, integrates well with Evernote who make Skitch.
It’s available for devices running Android 2.0 and upwards and is only 3.9MB in size, it’s a free app so I highly recommend trying it out.
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Browse your Movie Collector database and your wish list on Android
$5.49 – was $9.99
RaceIQ Drag Race Racing Log
This is the premier mobile drag racing logbook software. By giving you the ability to log over 100 different factors of every race, along with providing powerful analyzation functions, plus instant density altitude, RaceIQ helps you get to the bottom of what really affects your car’s performance. Want to see a graph of what different tire PSIs do for your 60′? How does your bottle pressure or boost pressure affect your trap speed? With RaceIQ that (and much more) is just a few taps away.
$6.75 – was $9.99
The Tiny Bang Story
Trial: The Tiny Bang Story Free
Welcome to Tiny Planet, a gorgeous steampunk inspired world sadly devastated by a recent asteroid strike. Your mission is to help rebuild this beautiful idyll and restore it to its former glory. To do so you’ll need to hunt hidden objects, solve puzzles and conquer devilish brain teasers.
$0.99 – was $2.99
Classic Minesweeper game for your Android (also known as Mines). Exercise your strategic and logical thinking while having fun along the way! The goal is to uncover all cells that are not containing mines.
$0.99 – was $2.99