- ค้นหาอาหารรอบตัวด้วยระบบแผนที่ที่ใช้ GPS ตามที่อยู่ปัจจุบันของคุณ
- โพสรูป, เขียนรีิวิวร้านอาหาร, หรือเพิ่มร้านอาหารใหม่ๆ
- รองรับการแสดงผลสำหรับ Android Tablet
Galaxy Eat Out is a brand new application that will help you find restaurant that suits your Lifestyle. Moreover, if you are Samsung Galaxy user, every month Galaxy Eat Out presents you with the exclusive privileges from poplular restaurants in Bangkok.
Basically, you can see detailed information, user reviews and photos from over 100,000 restaurants all over Thailand (Powered by Wongnai). We auto-identify your location via GPS, so we can pinpoint restaurants and bars in your exact area!
Don't miss & Join us today to get special privileges.
- Easily search restaurants nearby you or by keyword
- See restaurant information and reviews from real users. Hear what the locals are saying!
- Post photo, write a review, or add new restaurant
- Exclusive coupons and discounts for Samsung Galaxy user
- Get directions to restaurant
- Support Android tablet
This is a free and open source project and we encourage community feedback and contributions. Visit the project website below to learn more, suggest ideas for enhancements, report bugs, and download the open source code to see exactly how the app is working. Please contact us if you would like to help us translate the app to your native language. And we're looking for a graphic designer to join the team and lead the redesign of the app for Android 4.0+ phones and tablets.
Project website: https://code.google.com/p/dining-out/
Below is a brief explanation of how the requested permissions are used. A more detailed explanation and the source code for verification are available at the project website above.
Use accounts on the device - When you select a Google account to use, we back up your app data and restore it when switching to a new device.
Precise location (GPS and network-based) - You can sort your list of places by their distance from your current location and get autocomplete suggestions for local places.
Full network access - You can get autocomplete suggestions, place details, and photos from Google, and recommended places and new reviews from friends.
Read your contacts - You can see if any of your contacts are also using the app and connect with them to share reviews and recommendations together. In order to protect you and your friends' privacy, contact email addresses are securely hashed (made unreadable) before sending them to the server to check for connections.
Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage - In order to save space in your device's internal memory, place photos are stored in USB storage.
Prevent phone from sleeping - If your device is sleeping when it's time to sync with the server, then it will wake up for a few seconds to sync.
Find accounts on the device - Your Google accounts are presented for you to choose the one to use to connect with friends and back up your data.
Control vibration - You can turn on vibrate for app notifications.
View network connections - Allows the app to check if the device has a network connection before trying to access the Internet.
Run at startup - When your device starts, review reminders are scheduled with the system alarm and the app resumes its normal sync schedule.
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Facelook (TM) is a simple app that complements the tele-health services provided by a GP led project to tackle social isolation. We know that living alone can lead to social isolation and this in turn may develop into real physical and mental disease. If we could have friends, family members or carers popping round frequently then this would be a really positive step but this is becoming increasingly difficult. This is because of the numbers of old people living alone is increasing and their families are becoming more diverse.
Facelook is a service that provides a set top box for the patient's TV equipped with a webcam and free broadband (for the trial period). The set top box allows carers, family members and friends to stay in touch with the patient through Skype video calling. The Facelook app provides a quick and easy method for family members to make that call. The Facelook icon on the smartphone home page is a subtle reminder to the family member to make the call they've been putting off for some time. Tapping on the icon will allow them to quickly make that call by initiating the Skype app and making the call.
If the Skype app isn't installed on the device, the Facelook app will automatically direct the user to the app store download page for Skype.
The user will initially need to configure Facelook with the elderly patient's Skype ID, name and optional photo. Once configured, the app is set up and regular communication between patient and family member can be established.
Note: In this version there is a known issue with the interaction with the Skype client. The latest version of Skype for iOS and Android has an issue that prevents an automatic video call being established. To use Facelook, make an audio call and then tap the video camera icon once the call is established to switch to video mode. We are working with Skype to resolve this slight glitch.
The tool could be used in a variety of scenarios including the office, at home, when travelling etc. It should therefore be simple and intuitive to use.
The tool could be used at any time of day, both in and outside of normal working hours.
Under normal use an Internet connection will be available so data can be stored remotely. Some key features/tools shall be available offline where remote data isn't required.
The overall aim is to allow professionals to undertake accountancy tasks during downtime in order to make their life more ordered and to ease the pain of completing tax and accounts returns. The ‘end-game’ once all phases have been delivered, will be to allow users to submit a personal tax return directly to HMRC using the app.