This is a standalone app for performing shaft alignment, using indicator dials, on typical applications such as a motor and a pump. The app guides the user through the complete measurement and alignment process simplifying otherwise cumbersome tasks such as calculations and determination of directions and amount to move the machine to achieve a perfect alignment.
- Intuitive user interface, all symbols and graphics – no text
- Work with either metric or imperial dimensions (mm or inch)
- Works according to the reversed rim method
- Compensation for sag is built into the app
- VertiZontal™ -adjust the machine both vertically and horizontally without re-measuring
- Saves the measurement result to your camera roll
Visit the website www.alignmentknowledge.com for more information on alignment in general and support on the app.
The Fixturlaser Dials app was developed in partnership with VibrAlign.
Have you ever called accidently with mishandling touch?
If so, other people would ask question.
“Why did you call me?”
Smartphone may not be as convinient as we have thought. It can be mistakenly pressed while you are sleeping, playing with it and hanging it up.
Actually, eventhough I've used my smartphone more than a year, I still make such kind of mistakes while using Smartphone.
Especially those who have sweethearts, I guess you have experienced embarrassment of calling to your sweetie
I mean, when you make an accidental call and get to expose your private situation while in restroom, having a chat with your friend, dating with some girls and boys. It can be so embarrassed that you might remind it a more than 100 times in the bed. As you know, one mis-touch can make your life different!
So, it is prepared ambitiously. It is “Security Dial”!! (Tada)
You can select “Call” or “Cancel” through confirmation window before making a call. It is the best
way to prevent from making an accidental call 100000%!!!
(I am using it after installation already. I feel
empty without it now.)
“Am calling correctly?” Please check it out before making a call^*^
① It helps you not make an accidental call by poping up confirmation window before making call.
② You can select “Call”, “Cancel” from confirmation window.
③ You can set password in option menu.
④ Protect your privacy.
⑤ Prevent from your embarrassment.(Mistake-proof application)
Dial app, Dial phone app
Quickly dial the customer service numbers of over 600 companies and skip directly to a person. Don't wait through annoying voice prompts any longer. Dial Zero is useful, fast, and simple.
Learn how others got what they wanted from these companies (refunds, canceling their account, etc.).
With Quick Dial you can save those numbers/codes as short cuts in the app and never have to type them out again. You can also save a short cut with a contact number variable, so when you launch a short cut with a contact number variable you will be prompted to select a number form your phone list and this number will be used in place of the contact variable.
This app is as simple as possible. Starting with version 2.0 it provides dial pad, where numbers are broken into parts separated by pause, so that you can change the number coming from Calendar or other app.
If the origin app separates phone number into parts, you can click first, then without closing GeoDial, switch back to the app and click second part, etc. GeoDial will arrange the parts appropriately. Again, starting with version 2.0 it offers capability to save number as a contact by pressing contacts button at the bottom.
This is an Open Source application and the source code is available at: https://github.com/sashavasko/GeoDial.
The need for this app arose when I got my new Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and connected to my corporate e-mail and calendar using Microsoft Exchange Sync. It turned out that the phone numbers where all stored in Location fields of the calendar entries. So when I tried to dial the conference call,instead of a phone dialler I got prompted to open google maps to handle the location. The only way I could dial the conference call was to manually re-enter the number into the dialler. Quite inconvenient.
Turns out that the calendar that comes with Samsung Galaxy S4 Active is coded to issue a geo: intent, whenever Location field is clicked, which naturally is handled by Google maps. So I wrote this little application. It register itself as a target for geo: (starting with version 2.0 also tel:) intents. When the intent is issued, the app is one of the few to be offered to the user as the target. If user selects GeoDial as the application to handle the intent, GeoDial will check if the data in the intent looks like a phone number, and if so, it will forward it to phone number dialler, by issuing a CALL intent. Otherwise it will prompt for an actual location aware application, such as Google Maps.
It is generally safe to set GeoDial as the default application for geo: and tel: intents.
Another useful functionality is that it will recognize special characters in the phone number, such as x, p, w etc, and it will reformat the phone number in the way recognizable by the standard android phone dialler. This is useful as different organizations, corporations and institutions have different internal standards for entering conference call numbers. As the result, often times conference call authorization numbers and passwords, as well as extensions have to be entered manually when GeoDial is not used.
- Creating and editing bookmarks
- Backup your bookmarks to file
- Import from Android browser
- Adding bookmarks to FVD Speed Dial
- Synchronization with Everhelper service (you will have access to your bookmarks from Chrome, Firefox, Windows Phone and IOS)
For Speed Dial
- Creating and editing dials
- Creating previews for dials
- Sync with FVD Speed Dial - https://www.everhelper.me/speed_dial.php
If you find some bugs, please, don't hurry to leave negative review. Initially you can let us know leaving the message on our forum and we'll try to solve your problem as soon as possible - http://fvdmedia.userecho.com/list/21212-everhelper/?category=9851
Single tap to dial.
The widget displays a list of your most frequently called contacts that you can dial directly from your home screen.
It is a zero-configuration widget, after installing, you will have to add the widget to your home screen and the list of contacts is automatically populated.
Available in 4x1 cells - displays 4 contacts or 4x2 - displays 8 contacts.
- fixed: don't add contacts that were never dialed
- fixed: handling contacts with multiple phone numbers
In the meantime, localization is not available for the application itself, but, should you need to use it, press the upper button to update your contacts or press the lower button to undo all changes made.