For example, pressing the share button in the YouTube app and selecting 'Copy URL' will copy the videos URL to the clipboard and disregard extra text like the title information.
*This app has no GUI or icon. It is only visible in share menus and Settings->Apps*
How To Use:
-Open an app that uses a share menu
-In the share menu, choose Copy URL
-If a valid URL is found, it will be copied to the clipboard
-Paste the copied URL wherever you would like
If you like this app, please consider purchasing the pro/donate version.
Please contact me!
This app can record URL sent to notification panel. Recent 100 entries are saved. To use it, you need to enable this function from settings.
This app is able to work as plug-in for twicca (Twitter client). In the situation that you are reading your timeline, you can send URL in a tweet to notification panel quickly and open the URL after finished reading timeline.
This app accesses to the Internet to get the page title.
[How to use]
1. Select "Share page" menu in a web browser or other app
2. Select this app
3. The URL is sent to notification panel
Note: The option to share URL will disappear if you select a default browser. The app is only useful for those who want to choose something different every time they open a URL on their device.
ShortLink shortens your links and returns a URL which have been shortened by one of it's supported services. It also generates a QR code which you can share with your friends if need be. With this app you can easily pass links/URL's from other apps into this app, shorten in, and quickly share them through other apps such as facebook, twitter, email etc.
Stores the shortened link history on your phone for easy access. If need be, it can also be cleared.
Currently supports the following providers:
Do you miss a provider? Let me know and I'll see what i can do.
* Log in to the providers which supports it
* Click statistics
* Loads of other nifty stuff
NOTE: This app does NOT have its own launcher icon. The only way to "open" it is to long-press a blank area of your home screen and choose to add a shortcut using 'Url Shortcut'. Some new launches hide shortcuts amongst the other widgets. If your launcher has a widgets drawer then you should look in there for a 1x1 Url Shortcut widget.
You should use a good launcher like ADW Launcher, Launcher Pro or Go Launcher which lets your specify custom icons. This means that I don't have to bundle a billion icons with this app.
NOTE 2: Use 'URL Shortcut' and the 'Desktop VisualizeR' to create shortcuts with whatever icons you like:
If you give this app 1 star, you have anger management issues and expect too much from the people around you. You will be unable to find someone to care for you and this will benefit the rest of us by stopping your negative genes from propagating to the rest of the population. If you have problems (with the app, not in general) or suggestions, press the contact button in the Android market app :)
People with anger management issues:
Jeffzda - you've missed the point of this app. The idea is to NOT clog up your browser's bookmarks with more URLs.
Byron - There's no misrouting going on, that's Android not knowing what to do with a mailto: URL. The shortcut this app creates simply has 'data' set to whatever you give it. If I claimed to treat mailto: URLs any different then fair enough, but I didn't. To the anger clinic with you!
Lisa - Lisa, Lisa, Lisa... did you even bother to read the application's description? There is no launcher icon for it, because that isn't how you used it. Do you also know that I can't actually reply to you to help you? Ah well, that's another 1 star attached to this app forever. You've probably uninstalled it already and forgotten about its existence. The Play Store isn't going to forget about that 1 star though :'(
- Shorten URLs
- Generate QR code
- Auto-paste URL from clipboard on application start up
- Auto-copy the result URL to the clipboard
- Monitor clipboard
- Show application in status bar for faster access
- Watch history of your actions
Feel free to contact us if you have any ideas on how to improve the application.
Why would you need a (big) web browser to open link that sends you to a Youtube video. Click this youtube link on your Android phone: http://bit.ly/10xGRnq (Then try again after installing this app to see the difference).
Sure, there are other apps that do this, but I think mine has unique features:
* Doesn't get in the way: It's small (~700kb). Minimal, but useful, user interface. Does exactly 1 thing and does it right.
* Handles Facebook's external links. Tired of launching the browser to open a m.facebook.com?l.php URL? No more.
* Handles Youtube's attribution links. These should be handled by the Youtube app (Google's fault). Short URL Resolver handles them for you, so you get to see the video on the Youtube app. No browser involved.
* Handles Tapatalk api click links.
* Handles google.com/url links, used in the Play Store for links in the description.
* Partial support for adf.ly.
Also, it's free, and ad-free. You can make an in-app donation if you feel it's worth it.
It doesn't use any third party service for resolving the URLs. The basic principle is making an HTTP request and determining where it's being redirected.
It's my first public Android App, but I think it's the best of its kind (you can try and prove me wrong X-D)
*Thanks for the comments and the reviews!*
If anyone wants to collaborate by translating the app to another language, you can do it here: http://www.getlocalization.com/shorturlresolver/
XDA thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=49590835
=> How does it work?
TDM makes use of multiple connections to download files to your phone. The settings will help you optimize your speed even further. Not all Servers support multiple streams/connections, use "Connection per Download" = 1 or "Check Defensive Mode" in settings to reduce errors.
=> What does it NOT do?
TDM does NOT offer free files by itself. It works with Web Browsers and Web Sites that let you download files.
TDM does NOT work with YouTube.
TDM does NOT work with Web sites and File Sharing Sites that require login.
TDM works ONLY with direct URL links.
Unlimited file size downloads!
Web Browser support (Dolphin, Firefox, etc)
Notifications with Download Progress
Multiple Parallel downloads
Utilize Maximum number of open connections
Up to 10 Parallel Streams Per Download
Buffer size optimization
Configurable Download directory
Add Url links manually
Normal/Turbo Mode option
Work in the background (even when phone screen is off)
Thumbnails for Movies and Photos
MD5 Hash validation
Restart Download from history
=> SUPPORTED BROWSERS:
* Android Stock Browser (Long Press and choose "Share Link")
* Dolphin HD ("Long press" => "Share Link")
* Firefox ("Long press" on a link => "Share Link")
* Skyfire ("Long press" on a link => "Share Link")
* UC Browser
* Boat Browser (Choose "Open")
* For all other browsers that support sharing links try Long Press on a link and choose "Share Link".
=> TDM only Downloads Files from Servers using Direct Links.
=> TDM doesn't support Web sites that require login or authentication.
** Some Web Servers might not support multiple connections, if so use "Connections per Download" = 1 under "Settings".
Forked version of "Host Monitor"
-Allows for an optional PATH where the program will do a HTTP HEAD instead of a ping
-Fixes crashes and works in Cupcake 1.5
-New desktop widget summarizes overall status every 15 minutes (long press home screen to add)
See below for pricing options.
Now also available for Chrome: http://goo.gl/ETMNa3
Play Videos directly on your Smart TV
vGet supports DLNA/UPnP to play (cast) videos directly on a DLNA-Device in your local network. Many devices out there support DLNA, for example Smart TVs, XBox, MediaCenters, AllShare Devices etc. As opposed to many other DLNA-tools, vGet does not relay the video stream over your mobile device but streams directly from the internet. This saves battery life - the video even keeps playing when you switch off your Android device completely. So vGet offers Chromecast-like functionality without requiring additional hardware.
It also supports Chromecast.
Download any video for later offline viewing. vGet includes an integrated download manager that supports multiple concurrent connections to speed up downloads. It automatically increases the number of connections as long as this improves the download speed, if supported by the server.
Play embedded videos with the player of your choice. Choose any installed Video-Player (e.g. MXPlayer, VLC, etc.) to stream them directly without downloading. This even works for flash videos.
vGet works as a simple web-browser and is therefore able to detect HTML5-Videos on any site. It can even detect some flash-videos, without requiring flash player to be installed. Note that support for flash videos is limited, so don't expect it to work on every site. But it has been reported to work quite some sites, including putlocker, sockshare, movshare, novamov, filenuke, played, nowvideo, clicktovie, nosvideo, videozed, faststream, nowvideo, potlocker, putme, bitshare, streamcloud, movreel, vidstream.in, xvidstage, billionuploads, primeshare, ginbig, ...
This is a trial version that is limited to a 14 day trial period. The trial can be unlocked inside the App (in-app billing) for ~3.30 € plus VAT, if applicable. You'll see the exact price in your local currency before you buy it. Buying it removes Ads and allows to use it for a unlimited time on all your devices that use the same Google-Play account for installation.
Alternatively it can be used for free by recommending it to others using the integrated referral feature. Each successful referral earns you one additional month of free usage. There is no limit to this rule. So you can use it free indefinitely by referring enough users.
Why don't you offer vGet completely for free without requiring referrals?
Developing and maintaining an App costs money. For some very popular Apps, Ads can cover these costs. Unfortunately that doesn't work for vGet. We think that the 14 day trial period should allow you to figure out if actually want to use it. Charging for vGet is the only way to keep working.
But it's way too expensive: Well, you often don't even get a pint of beer for that amount. Also be aware that we've to spent at least 2/3 of the price on transaction fees and taxes.
- Youtube is not supported due to terms of service restrictions.
- No support for any streaming formats (HLS, rtsp)
- Flash videos are not detected on all websites
Reasons for App-Permissions:
- Full network access: required for downloads and DLNA.
- WLAN-Multicast: required for DLNA to detect local devices.
- USB-Storage: required for saving downloads.
- Start at boot: to resume downloads automatically after rebooting.
- Prevent sleep mode: required while downloading to keep active downloads running.
- Accounts (use accounts on the device/find accounts): Used as authentication for the optional referral feature.
If you experience any problems or have suggestions for improvements, please report them on http://vget.w69b.com/bugs.
This is basically a simple interface for the well known goo.gl website.
The application also starts a service after the first time you start it. When you copy a link in clipboard, you will get a notification asking you to convert it.
We decided to use goo.gl because Google Links are SAFER than clicking on normal URLs because of the increased layer of security that Google adds to those links. The Google URL Shortener service displays a warning message if the short URL points to a suspected malware, phishing, or spam website. You will not be able to infest your friends malicious links with this application.
When you copy some URL it will appear in its shortened form when pasted, automatically!
- Go to https://shorte.st/ref/aebff85382
- Register or Log in
- Go to https://shorte.st/tools/api
- Copy your API Token
- Paste it in application settings
- automatically shorten links that you have copied
- displays notification when link is copied with ability to shorten it or dismiss
- keeps history of your shortened links
- ability to share link with almost every possible way
- generate QR code with shortened link
- share generated QR code
This is not official app!
m.bahn.de bietet die Funktion "Ist mein Zug pünktlich?".
Mit dieser App kannst Du oft gefahrene Züge speichern und so schnell und einfach auf "Ist mein Zug pünktlich?" zugreifen.
Seit neuestem werden auch die Metronomzüge durch die Bahn-Website unterstützt. Um die Funktion "Ist mein Zug pünktlich?" für einen Metronom (z.B. ME82003) zu nutzen einfach "RE/RB" als Zugtyp auswählen und als Zugnummer die Nummer eingeben (z.B. 82003). Der Zugtyp "ME" fällt weg.
S-Bahn wird teilweise von m.bahn.de nicht unterstützt, daher kann ich es auch nicht unterstützen. Wenn mir jemand die Möglichkeit bringt, dass ich an die Daten komme, kann ich auch Nahverkehr unterstützen. Der HVV bietet keine Möglichkeit an die Daten zu kommen.
Weiterhin kann man eine Haltestellen-Abfrage speichern und so An- und Abfahrten an einer Haltestelle sehen. Hier werden auch andere Verkehrsmittel unterstützt (bspw. S-Bahn, Bus, Fähre...)
Sollte Deine Haltestelle nicht gefunden werden, bitte einmal unter m.bahn.de => Ankunft/Abfahrt testen, ob die Haltestelle dort gefunden wird.
ACHTUNG: Die Daten kommen von der Bahn. Sowohl Bahnhöfe, als auch Zeiten zur Verspätung kommen von der Bahn. Ich kann nichts dafür, wenn die Bahn falsche Verspätungen anzeigt.
Mit dem Support-Key kann die Werbung dauerhaft ausgeblendet werden. http://auchich.de/imzpp
INTERNET: Die Internet-Berechtigung wird benötigt um die Daten der Verspätungen zu laden.
SPEICHER: Die neue Backup-Funktion schreibt die Daten auf die SD-Karte
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Tags: Bahn, Deutsche Bahn, IC, ICE, Verspätung, Haltestelle, Bahnhof, Metronom