SIMSme was awarded the "Trusted App" seal for highly secure apps by mediaTest digital in cooperation with TÜViT.
# Do you like sharing photos with your friends, but do not want them to be accessible on the Internet forever?
# Are you looking for a free messenger that provides a high degree of data security?
# Would you like to be able to send encrypted voice messages as well?
# Do you require a rapid communication method for work purposes, but find that traditional chat services are not secure enough for business secrets? Would you prefer your professional communications to be encrypted?
SIMSme offers all the features that you have come to expect from a modern and advanced messaging app – and much more:
TRUE END-TO-END ENCRYPTION
Your data remains YOUR data. Messages are encrypted on the sender's device and can only be decrypted on the recipient's device. Even we, the operators, cannot view your messages on our own servers.
Save on fees compared to traditional SMS text messages or other messengers.
With SIMSme, you can either set an expiration date, or make your messages, photos or other content available only for a certain period of time. Our "self-destruction" feature serves to keep private matters truly private!
Now you can also send voicemail to your contacts - no eavesdropping possible!
Send photos, videos, contacts and locations - encrypted, of course!
NO EXTRA PHONE BOOK
SIMSme uses your phone/address book to connect you to your contacts. The phone numbers in your phone book are anonymised and compared to our user database in an encrypted manner. A connection is only established if we can find both you and your contact on our service. Contacts who have not yet signed up to use SIMSme will never be saved on our server. Guaranteed.
SERVERS LOCATED IN GERMANY
SIMSme's servers are located in Germany and will stay there. Of course, this also means that your data will be handled in accordance with German Data Protection Guidelines!
Download SIMSme now and stay up to date at all times – in both your professional and private life.
Do you have any questions, suggestions or comments regarding SIMSme? We look forward to receiving your feedback! Please contact us at email@example.com
Brisbane is full of family friendly events, activities and things to do! Our vision is to promote a Brisbane for healthy, happy and active kids. This app provides a quick and easy way to access topics within our site and connect to our social networking channels.
After finding a list of POIs in your neighbourhood you can select one and show that on the map or directly plan a route to it using the Android built-in navigation. This allows any app to display or route with, for instance Google Maps for displaying and TomTom or Waze for routing. If you believe the very POI has been closed, is out of order or is a duplicate, you can indicate this.
The POI.nu database contains more than 5,000,000 free Points Of Interest, such as camp sites, restaurants, hotels and other obvious categories, but many crowd sourced categories like water towers, harbours, supermarkets, fuel stations, landmarks, bunkers, 3G antennas, shipwrecks, fountains, stadiums, bird spotting places, airplane spotting parkings, UFO sites, nuclear test sites, meteor craters, geysers, and very many local POIs such as Yellowstone and other sets. Just type a relevant name and hit the Find button.
www.poi.nu allows downloading the data to be used in TomTom satnavs, Garmin (CSV Nuvi format), Google Earth KML and KMZ, GPS GPX format, and many other download formats. This app is just a quick hit and run once you're on the spot. Imagine how you could just find pubs, restaurants, museums once you wander the streets of Rome or Miami Beach...
As a free POI provider we also offer adult categories. Make sure you tick the "Allow adult" checkbox in the settings to reveal those.
We used the free icon from www.aha-soft.com
Here is an example list of what you can safeguard with SineDroid:
√ Freezers and refrigerators power drop
√ Power Generator failures, power drops
√ Remote doorbell (just briefly interrupt the charging power through a push button)
√ "Power slave": detect whether a device switched on (a pump, a lamp, etc.) by using a master/slave power strip
√ Overload and blown fuse detection
√ Boat and vehicle power watch, 12V battery status
√ Solar systems battery watch, battery status
√ Server or PC crash/reboot (USB power drops)
√ Surveillance lights with movement detection (hook the phone charging power to the lamp)
√ Boat leaking detection (using a float that switches the phone charging power on or off)
√ Phone theft (when it’s connected to the charger)
√ Any other power drop or power recovery that feeds your Android phone
In SineDroid, up to three different events are watched: power lost, power restored, and low phone battery level reached. All you need to do, is go to the settings page and fill in on which event you want to be alerted and your mobile phone number. That’s it. The app will warn you as soon the event happens!
Each of these are individually programmable and can have a descriptive name. You can define whether you want just a sound alert, a warning text message, or both.
The main screen shows the name of the scheme and location and the conditions that are watched. A big on/off switch helps you switching off the feature and the quit button will end the application.
The name SineDroid was chosen to be unique and reflects the sine wave that typically is the wave shape of the mains voltage.
√ detects external power loss
√ detects external power recovery
√ detects low phone batters
√ sends SMS text message with user defines warning text on any of the aforementioned events
√ audible signal on any of the aforementioned events
on screen warning on any of the aforementioned events
√ also works in the background or when in suspend mode (sleep)
Related hardware and applications
A typical setup is a cheap Android phone connected to a charger, plus your normal or business mobile phone. Maybe there is no need for you to purchase any additional hardware, but we could think of some useful inexpensive gear...
√ Master/Slave mains power socket: when one socket detects something being powered, the other sockets come alive too. So, if some device is connected to the master socket and it stops operating, the slave socket, where the phone is plugged into, loses power and will trigger SineDroid.
√ Inverted Master/Slave mains power socket: let’s say you attached a pump triggered by a float in your boat. As soon the pump is started by the float, the master socket switches off the slave socket, causing the phone to lose external power. This is detected by SineDroid.
We kindly ask Android permission for:
√ SMS messages (we only send messages to the addressee filled in by you, if configured)
√ internet: the help pages are streamed from www.app4buck.com. No other content is downloaded or uploaded.
√ V1.0 In some docks, after docking, the power events are not detected anymore. If you experience this, simple leave the app and restart the app.
√ V1.0 Freezes after aboutbox, also freezes after double alert
√ V1.2 None._____________________
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