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Jabber Box – Now Available in Google Play

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Jabber Box features the text to speech and alarm manager services in Android powered mobile devices. Create text messages to play back as speech in the form of a reminder at a specific time. Save many similar messages in a common category or group and play the whole group in a random order for laughs and entertainment.

With you as a creator, the possibilities are endless as your imagination.  Like hiding your phone or tablet along with a birthday gift for a five yer old. Jabber Box can make a fun game of giving the birthday child clues to search for and find the hidden gift.

For more information and screen shots, see the Jabber Box app page.

You also may want to know the ideas for the app developed from one reason, on to other fun and practical purposes. Jabber Box History.

 

Get Jabber Box Preview Edition

 

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I have published a preview edition of Jabber Box for Android mobile devices and you are welcome to try it out!

Jabber Box uses the Text to Speech and Alarm Manager systems on Android devices to turn any text you type into speech.  Play it now or schedule for later play. Put multiple messages into a group and schedule random playback. It can  be quite entertaining! One group is included called “Pocket Prisoner”.  Try it out and come up with fun ideas of your own.

The application is fully functional but I still need to design screen layouts for small and large tablets.  Although it should be compatible with 8,709 different mobile devices and several different Android operating systems, it is impossible for me to test every physical device for compatibility.

That is where the preview version comes in.  Click on the link below if you are interested in trying it out on your devices and please do give me feedback regarding your experiences with it.

The preview version of Jabber Box is now available.

Jabber Box is a free application supported by display advertising and designed for use by all ages for entertainment and utility.

Thanks for trying it out and providing your feedback!

-Dusty

Good Thoughts – Now in Google Play Store

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Good Thoughts – For Android™
is now available for Android powered phones and tablets.

The application gives users the ability to create and share original thoughts in several dozen categories and share them with other users. Good Thoughts is a free application supported by visual ads.

You can help battle negative thinking for yourself and others across the world by creating and sharing your good thoughts.

You will improve your positive thinking when you dwell on a good thought to share with others.  A positive exercise to start or end your day!  Others will be exposed to positive thinking when reading the good thoughts shared by others.

Let’s help build a more positive human society by creating and sharing good thoughts! And please share this post with friends if you will so they can share their good thoughts too.

 

Share Haiku – For Android™ Now Available For Testing

 

The Share Haiku application will stretch your imagination and hone your skills of observation and creative writing.  Users create original haiku poetry and view poems shared by other authors.  Users can also rank poems on a five star rating system.  During testing we will concentrate on increasing the number of shared poems in addition to testing functionality for bugs.

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Members of the Dusty Reins DevLab community on Google+ are eligible to get early access to Share Haiku during beta testing. The community is open to anyone who wants to help me create better applications for Android powered mobile devices
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Map It! Rev. 2 Now Available for Testing

Map It! is now available for early review and testing by members of the Dusty Reins DevLab.

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I have written up some preliminary information about Map It! and the new features it supports under the Mobile Apps link at the top of the page.  I am really excited about this app because it is the concept I had for my first mobile app and the one I really need to use for the work I do in photography and nature exploration.

I think I can have some fun with it too. Imagine getting a text from me sharing the location of a stash of Lone Star beer. If you have the Map It! app you will be able to navigate right over there with no problem by importing the GeoCoded text right into the app. Otherwise, you can use a Google Map link and you will be on your own to find your way there.