Real time train departures and arrival predictions on your mobile device.
Tracking your dividend income is a complex process. Companies are always changing their payouts and you may have multiple transactions on an instrument. Instead of using a spreadsheet with complex formulas, Dividend Tracker will resolve this complexity for you.
Access Dividend Tracker on the web here.
Are you safe in Chicago? Whether you are a tourist or a resident of Chicago, this app can be a useful tool for you.
Chicago City Crime displays crimes near your location, assuming you are within Chicago city limits. There is no universal definition of what is safe, as something considered safe by one individual could be considered unsafe by another. That's why Chicago City Crime allows you to choose your own criteria when you search for crimes.
Once you define the parameters, Chicago City Crime searches for crimes from the Chicago Police Department's CLEAR system based on your parameters and displays the results to you. You can then analyze the numbers to determine whether your location is safe or not.
www.chicagocitycrime.com has been taken down and discontinued
Version 1.0 was released in the Android Market on September 15th, 2011
H.A.W. (Hard at Work) Widget is a 1x1 utility widget for your Android device that estimates and shows you how much money you are making at work throughout the day. HAW Widget estimates your earnings based on information you provide it about your salary and work schedule.
Configure H.A.W. first by telling it your salary and work schedule. Salary can be inputted as either per year or per hour. You can set which days of the week you work along with the hours you work during those days. If you want to factor in taxes and deductions to see what you're really making per day, you can select to do so.
HAW Widget allows you to set how often it updates during the day down to the minute.
Version 1.0 was released in the Amazon App Store on May 1st, 2011 and the Android Market on April 24th, 2011
Keep Up With The Flu is a widget and tool for your Android device that keeps you informed about the latest flu reports from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).
Keep Up With The Flu is two applications in one. The first part is an Android home screen widget that keeps you informed about flu activity in your area. Using the GPS capabilities of your Android device, Keep Up With The Flu automatically checks the CDC flu reports for updates wherever you are. If there are changes in flu activity, you will receive a notification in the status bar, allowing you to take appropriate action to prevent the flu.
In order to create a widget, you must long press an empty 2x1 area on one of your home screens, select Widgets, then Keep Up With The Flu. Once you create the widget, you may also launch the news reader and configuration options by clicking anywhere within the widget area.
The second part of the application is a useful news and feed reader that connects the user to the CDC's flu resources. Users can view news and updates, twitter feeds, podcasts and videos from the CDC.
In addition, you can also configure the widget from the news reader screen. This includes disabling notifications or only receiving notifications if the flu report is different than the previous report in your area. You may also choose to manually refresh the widget from this screen.
Version 1.0 was released in the Android Market on May 17th, 2011.
Events is an Android app that allows you to find interesting things to do around you. When you first launch the app, it will attempt to locate your position and search for events through Yahoo's Upcoming service. As events are found, they will be plotted as markers on a map. You can bring up the menu and filter by event types (music, social, sports, etc...), within a certain radius or date range. You can get detailed description of the event, along with weather information, and an option to email the event.
Version 1.0 was released on November 24, 2010.
Version 1.1 was released on December 4, 2010.
Version 1.2 was released on January 29, 2011.
Events is a very simple Samsung TV App that lets you find out what things are going on around you.
Unfortunately, the app is no longer active.
The (Application yet to be named) Android MUD client will allow you to connect and play any MUD.
This app is no longer in active development
Featuring (currently, but may change):
Classes currently include:
Reincarnations, Remorts, Evolutions, Mutations into 400+ races including Cyclops, Behemoths, Angels, Dragons, etc.
Quests and rewards are included, and players will be rewarded for completing them by immortals.
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