Currently five games are supported, other games are coming.
You can also add games not supported, but the application may crash due to a different implementation of the protocol rcon
- Counter Strike Global Offensive
- Counter Strike Source
- Half Life 2 Deathmatch
- Team Fortress 2
- Left 4 Dead 2
Avec cette nouvelle application, vous pourrez :
- voir les informations de partie de votre serveur (nombre de joueurs, jeu, carte, liste des joueurs)
- démarrer votre serveur
- redémarrer votre serveur
- arrêter votre serveur
De nouvelles fonctionnalités sont à venir, ainsi n'hésitez pas à nous faire part de toutes suggestions concernant l'application pour que nous puissions l'améliorer !
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7 Days to Die
America's Army 2
America's Army 3
America's Army Proving Grounds
ArmA: Armed Assault
Battlefield Bad Company 2
Call of Duty 1
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty: United Offensive
Call of Duty: World at War
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Day of Defeat
Day of Defeat: Source
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
Just Cause 2 Multiplayer
Left 4 dead
Left 4 dead 2
Mafia 2 Multiplayer
Medal of Honor 2010
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Medal of Honor: Breakthrough
Medal of Honor: Spearhead
Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Multi Theft Auto: San Andreas
Natural Selection 2
Red Orchestra 2: Heroes Of Stalingrad
Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45
San Andreas Multiplayer
Sniper Elite V2
Soldier of Fortune 2: Double Helix
Star Wars: Battlefront 2
Team Fortress 2
Team Fortress Classic
TeamSpeak 3 (include TS Viewer)
Vice City Multiplayer
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
TEMPORARY DOWN DUE TO MAINTENANCE!
NOTE: This is an early beta version. Desktop and FOV calculations are not yet ready. The full version will have certain limitations unless you upgrade to PRO.
This tool allows you to accurately calculate mouse sensitivity for a number of games. You can also convert the sensitivity from one game to another. The basis for the sensitivity is how far you have to move your mouse to do a 360 degree rotation in the game.
- Calculate sensitivity based on a desired 360 distance, either in centimeters or inches.
- Convert sensitivity between games based on the settings from one game.
- Calculate the sensitivity you need to set if you change your DPI or WPS, do this by selecting the same game as current and new.
- Instructions on how to change the sensitivity for the selected games.
These calculations are all based on un-accelerated mouse movement. Some games allow you to disable acceleration, this is recommended where possible. Other games have unavoidable acceleration, so for these games the calculations are just estimates, and results may vary a lot depending on settings.
- Current game: The game you want to use as a base for the calculations, or you want to calculate the distance for.
- WPS: Windows Point Speed. This is the mouse speed setting in Windows. Default is 6.
- DPI: The DPI setting for your new and current game. If you do not enter a DPI in the new game section, current DPI will be used.
- Resolution: Some games require resolution as well to calculate the sensitivity.
- FOV: The FOV of the game in degrees. Not all games use this in the calculation.
- Input Method: Choose whether to use the sensitivity setting for the current game or a desired distance as input.
- Value: This is the value for the input method, either sensitivity from the current game, or a distance.
- Unit: Select the unit you want to use for the calculations, and the input if you select distance as input method.
- New Game: This is the game you want to calculate to based on the input.
- NOTE: Some fields will have either a RED X or a GREEN V as their background. This indicates whether or not the field is used in the calculations. If it is a RED X, you do not need to enter a value, if it is a GREEN V, a value is needed.
Currently supported games:
Americas Army: Proving Grounds, APB: Reloaded ,Arma 3, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Bioshock Infinite, Blacklight: Retribution, Borderlands 2, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Counter-Strike 1.6, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Counter-Strike: Source, Crysis 1, Crysis 2, Crysis 3, Cube World, Dark Souls II, DayZ (Arma 2), DayZ Standalone, Fallout: New Vegas, FarCry 3, Firefall, Garry's Mod, Ghost Recon Phantoms, Goat Simulator, Half-Life 2, Insurgency, Left 4 Dead 2, Loadout, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Metro 2033, Metro Last Light, Minecraft, Mirror's Edge, Natural Selection 2, Payday 2, Planetside 2, Portal 2, Quake 1, Quake 2, Quake 3 Arena, Quake 4, Quake Live, Rage, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, Rust, Serious Sam 2, Serious Sam 3: BFE, Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter, Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter, Serious Sam: The First Encounter, Serious Sam: The Second Encounter, ShootMania: Storm, Skyrim (The Elder Scrolls V), Team Fortress 2, Thief, Titanfall, Tribes: Ascend, Unreal Tournament 2004, Unreal Tournament 3, War Thunder, Warface, Warframe.
Disclaimer: This application relies on connection to the internet and a correct running clock. The list of games are fetched from a web-server, and all calculations are done server-side. The service may go down at any time due to maintenance.
CM Battery is a free battery saving app that is specifically designed to optimize the battery life of your Android device. Powered by the technology of Battery Doctor, it’s the most efficient way to defend your juice.
Highlights of CM Battery:
Clean, intuitive and easy to use. CM Battery simplifies your power saving process by providing shortcuts to close your draining items - even your grandma could use it!
A real power saving app that will never use your battery when not in use. By adopting the most advanced cloud technology, CM Battery tells you what’s eating your battery by analyzing the data in the cloud instead of detecting other app on your phone even when it’s closed.
Smart charging screensaver helps you fully charge your phone. With the unique 3 stage charge, you can charge your phone to a really healthy and full level. You can also know how much time left while charging.
1. Clean and innovative design.
2. One tap to save power
With a simple scan, CM Battery gives you a list of draining items like Wi-Fi, Data and Bluetooth. You can shut off all these items at once to save power with a simple tap.
3. Advanced power saving
CM Battery detects all the draining apps on your phone and provides a shortcut to close them manually.
4. Never use your battery when not in use
CM Battery tells you what’s eating your battery by analyzing the data in the cloud instead of detecting other app on your phone even when it’s closed.
5. Smart charge screensaver
Charge your phone to a really healthy and full level with the unique 3 stage charge. You can also know how much time left while charging.
6. Powerful App Management
Stop your power draining apps from automatically re-launching, even if you’re not rooted.
*Note this feature is not recommended for Samsung users.
If you're looking for a simple Android battery saver, battery optimizer or find yourself interested in your power usage, this is a great app for you.
At CM Battery, user satisfaction is important to us. If you have any difficulties with the app, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow us on Twitter: @cmbattery
Like us on Facebook: CM Battery
Join our beta group: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109246449925247867748
About KS Mobile, Inc.
This is a sub-account of the KS Mobile developer account, which we use to test new products.
**Gears of War mode or length
Compass is easy to use; just use it like a real compass. Compass app is more than just showing degrees and north, south, east and west. I have designed Compass with user experience in mind, large numbers and easy to read design. Compass also allows you to set your directions by rotating the bezel for easier and professional navigation.
How to use?
First we’ll need to cover a little bit of compass jargon first. The part of Compass that moves and always points north is called the card (with N,S,E, and W indicated, and a beveled edge with a series of numbers on it). There is a movable ring around the edge of the compass, called the bezel. A red double line across the top of the compass is called the lubber line, and finally, there is a little window above the compass which is often named as side-window (as it is on the side of a real compass).
Side-window navigation couldn’t be simpler. You point the lubber line on top of your compass at where you want to go. Now as long as you hold your compass flat in front of you with the lubber line pointing in the direction you’re going, you should always see the same number in your window as long as you’re going the right way. If you see a different number, turn until you see the same number.
The downside of the side window method is that you need to remember your number.
Navigating with bezel works essentially the same as using the side window, but your bezel remembers your number for you. All you do is, point the lubber line on top of your compass at where you want to go, and then wait until the card settles down and stops moving. Then turn your bezel until the double triangle on the edge of the bezel (the notch right by the number zero on the bezel) is bracketing the north arrow on the card. Now as long as you hold your compass flat in front of you with the lubber line pointing in the direction you’re going, you should always see the north arrow inside the notch, as long as you’re going the right way. If not, turn until you see the north arrow inside the notch.
Notice that if you’ve adjusted the bezel correctly, the number in the side window is also the number directly across from you at the front end of the lubber line. In other words, if you turned the bezel counterclockwise until the notch bracketed the north arrow, the 120 on the bezel would be at the far end of the lubber line. Notice that on the card, the number showing in the side window is 120. If you were holding this compass and going in the direction of the lubber line, you’d be on a heading of 120.
Now you should have learned how to go to desired direction. But how do you get back? Easy! If you’re thinking in terms of the bezel, simply turn until the north arrow faces not to the notch, but to the single triangle that’s exactly across from the notch. Now you’re pointed back where you came.
The really tricky part of using your compass isn’t learning what the numbers mean and how to adjust the bezel. The most common mistakes are not holding your compass flat, and not actually going in the direction your lubber line is pointing.
Large iron and steel objects can influence the magnetic sensor in your Android device, causing it to point in the wrong direction. This is called deviation. If you suspect this is happening, simply move away from the object several feet and the problem should correct itself.
Then, in the field, the sniper measures how many mils an object of known height subtends. He or she enters the object’s height in inches, the angle it subtends in mils and the cross wind in mph.
The Mil-Dot One-Step returns the elevation and windage adjustment in MOA, rounded off to the fineness of the scope's adjustment dials.
The first screen shot shows the Mil-dot One-Step being set up for a .260 Remington with a 300-yard zero and a scope with quarter MOA clicks.
The second screen shot shows the sniper inputting 76 inches, four mils angle and 10 mph wind. This data corresponds to a BTR-80, which is 76” from the ground to the top of the hull. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 6.75 MOA and windage is 3.25 MOA.
The third screen shot shows the sniper inputting 116 inches, five mils angle and 15 mph wind. This data corresponds to a BM-30 truck (used by the Russians to transport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUD missile), which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’s compartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 10.75 MOA and windage is 6.00 MOA.
The fourth screen shot shows the Mil-dot One-Step being set up for a .338 Lapua with a 1000-yard zero and a scope with half MOA clicks.
The fifth screen shot shows the sniper inputting 116 inches, 1.5 mils angle and 5 mph wind. This data corresponds to BM-30 truck (used by the Russians to transport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUD missile), which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’s compartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 80 MOA and windage is 7 MOA.
Features(and more to come):
* Configure when the app should notify you of an alert (At night, day, after noon, etc...)
* Choose a faction and you'll get notified if your faction is winning or losing.
* Disable or Enable notifications
* View the status of each alert in each server
See eula: https://planetside2gs.appspot.com/eula
You are welcome to notify me of any bugs you may encounter.
Also feel free to suggest new features.
This app uses ListViewAnimations by Niek Haarman.
Should you have any suggestions for updates and or additions to the application please see the thread under the development section on SeriousTTT's forums. Personal thanks to Zikeji (STEAM_0:0:39114978) for the tremendous amount of help in development. Without his help, this application would have never seen the store.
* Basic server information (name, IP, map, players, tags)
* Detailed player information for a given server
* Player search (searches across all servers)
* RCON support
CheckValve is open source software. The source code is available under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3. If you wish to download the source code, please visit the CheckValve website:
E-mail email@example.com with any bug reports, questions, or comments about CheckValve.
If you use CheckValve, please rate it! Thanks!
С помощью него Вы всегда будете в курсе состояния вашего игрового сервера.
Быстрый доступ к самым необходимым функциям сервера: запуск, смена карты, консоль и прочее.
- Удобное добавление сервера в приложение с помощью QR-кода
- Получение информации об игровом сервере
- Включение, выключение, рестарт, смена карты
- Список игроков
- Консоль с возможностью отправки команд
И другие функции...
Layered Live Wallpaper of Mass Effect 3 made by Wayoo for Free for the fans of the Mass Effect Franchise.
-Layered Live Wallpaper. Effect visible when moving to through home screens.
-No animation used, avoiding a heavy work on the cpu. Live Wallpaper doesn't need to re-draw when not moving the home screen. Only updates when scrolling which IMPROVES battery performance compared to animated live wallpapers.
BUG: We understand that some Samsung Galaxy S/S II Are having trouble with the wallpaper. We are working on it! Check back in 5 - 7 days!
NOTE: Some smartphones have their own LAUNCHER and live wallpaper might NOT behave properly due to their different functioning!
Graphic work by Asdrubal Leon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Optimization for tablets may be coming soon. No ETA yet!
-We do NOT own anything related to Mass Effect.
-This is completely unofficial, and created for fans.
-We are NOT affiliated with the creators of this game and art in any way.
-Logos, graphics, title, and everything related is trademarked/copyrighted by BioWare, Electronic Arts, and/or any other partner related to this franchise. NOT us!
Macro Effect is an application for creating custom macros on the phone, and run them on the computer via WiFi. Each Profile (named after a program or game, preferably) will serve a 3 by 3 grid of completely programmable buttons. Create as many profiles as needed, and have them close to you while working or playing.
Works in World of Warcraft (WoW), Age of Conan (AoC), and many more!
It's possible that this application won't work on every single game/app. But check on the always-changing list below for a list of tested games.
-Create as many profiles you need.
-Configure cooldowns to each macro button to constantly know when to use them again
-Custom names and icons for the totally programmable macros.
-Enable English Text-To-Speech to when executing a macro.
-Various icons to display when working, crafting, attacking, healing, defending, socializing, and many more.
-Import from the gallery personalized icons downloaded from the app's website, the internet, or even made by yourself (Size: 50px by 50px)
-Perfect for RPGs MMOs, and RTSs!
-Apply your actions in Photoshop as quick as tapping your phone once. Have the macro do whatever you want.
-Auto-search for server on two common types of networks. Or enter IP manually
-Client(This app): Android 2.1 or higher AND WiFi connectivity
-Server (Windows app): Windows with .Net Framework 4.0
Download of server: Check the link in the Twitter Profile Description: http://twitter.com/MacroEffect
List of tested games (With Windows 7 x64):
-World of Warcraft
-Mass Effect 2
-Warhammer: Dawn of War: Soulstorm
-Call of Duty: Black Ops (under Steam)
-Age of Conan
-Team Fortress II (under Steam)
-League of Legends
To help fill this list contact via email this developer. (Subject: 'Tested Games', Body: The game you tested)
or via Twitter @macroeffect
Check the twitter account for fixes, improvements, and changes in future versions!
Website currently under-construction.
-Not optimized for tablets yet.
-Recommended to connect the device to the pc via usb cable while using it to avoid further discharge using the application.
-Disclaimer: We don't assure this application will work in every single program/game. It depends on the complexity of each running application. We ask for optional/volunteer user feedback, send an email to this developer, or follow and mention us on twitter: @macroeffect to help build a more complete list of working/non-working apps and games.
-Remember each Online Game might have a policy to respect of not using 3rd-party programs for shortcuts and so. It's your responsibility.