This wallpaper scrolls through 8-bit scenery, changing colors based on the time of day. The lite version is completely free, features no ads and requires no permissions... please enjoy this hassle-free 8-bit experience.
Full-featured version available now in alpha development phase! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brunchware.android.ebsw.full
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- SAVE IMAGE FEATURE IS COMING UP IN THE NEXT UPDATE
8 bit Character Maker is a perfect and fun tool for those who need to develop characters for their indie games or avatars for social media.
Generate you character, save it as png image, add it to you game, project, cartoon or avatar. Simple as ABC
Take a trip back to a simpler time with this retro-inspired live wallpaper which features that familiar style you know and love.
This wallpaper scrolls through 8-bit scenery, changing colors based on the time of day. The full version features location aware weather effects and many more exciting features coming soon!
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TvRecorder is a client/server application that allows users to record tv
programs using a DVB-(C|S|T) receiver. Therefore, TvRecorder makes use of
third party software, currently MPlayer, to dump DVB streams to hard disk.
The server behaves as a REST service and provides different methods for adding/removing jobs and retrieving a tv program guide information.
This android client makes use of these REST services. Currently, there are menus to
* add record jobs manually by setting start and end date and a channel
* add record jobs by selecting tv shows in a TV program guide
* display TV program guides of supported channels
* display and remove queued record jobs
* search for TV shows based on a text search
NOTE: TvRecorder is Free Software and is licensed under GNU General Public License (>= v3). The source code (TvRecorder server, TvRecorder Android client) is available at https://bitbucket.org/iweinzierl/tvrecorder . Please feel free to report bugs and feature request at https://bitbucket.org/iweinzierl/tvrecorder/issues .
UBILIA® is available now to explore the center of Florence.
UBILIA® is the perfect bridge between people and places.
Through this smartphone App, users can access valuable information and services related to POIs (Points Of Information), by multiple proximity activators (NFC, QR codes, geo-positioning, beacons) in open spaces and buildings. For more information regarding POIs and how to add your contents see the providers section.
UBILIA® providers meets the needs of tourists, travellers and citizens, knowledge and opportunities related to what they have in their proximity when walking: through UBILIA® app, without the need of downloading many different apps with different user interfaces and interaction.
These users will take advantage of information and services providers have inserted in the UBILIA® platform.
UBILIA® app is free.
UBILIA® is a product designed and engineered by Centrica.
*** Features ***
Convert .TAP / T64 / PRG / P00 / TZX / CDT / UEF / CAS to audio-out * Pause, stop and re-start playback * Remembers previously-set volume level * High-precision render * Auto-pause functionality * TurboTape compression (Commodore 64/128).
tapDancer converts archives of vintage games and other software into audio waveforms that your classic 1980's-era computer(s) can understand and plays them back, allowing you to once again use these programs on your cherished system(s) using your mobile Android device, and a tape-interface cable or CD-to-cassette adaptor (depending on the computer.)
Currently, tapDancer supports Commodore (TAP / T64 / PRG formats), Sinclair ZX Spectrum (TZX / TAP), Amstrad CPC (CDT), Acorn Electron / BBC (UEF), MSX (CAS) and Atari (CAS).
tapDancer sports a fully-featured playback interface to assist you in reliving those beloved memories of the past. Other features include the ability to auto-pause on tape silences for ease of loading programs, and TurboTape compression of Commodore T64 / PRG / P00 to let you reminisce sooner!
Simply copy your archived software files (of programs you own!) to the SDCard storage of your Android device, then run tapDancer. Press the 'Eject' button, and then navigate to your files. (If your device has multiple SDCard directories, you can switch between them in the Settings menu -- see the documentation for more details.) Select your desired archive and tapDancer will then render the audio. tapDancer even supports extracting files from inside .ZIP and .T64 on-the-fly!
After the audio renders (anywhere up to two minutes, or longer on slower devices), press the 'Play' button after commanding your classic computer to LOAD. Adjust your volume to around 10 (for starters). With luck, in a few moments your computer will recognise the file, press SPACE on your Commodore 64 (for example) as soon as it says 'FOUND *GAME*'. (This step will vary depending on your computer system. See documentation for further details.) If it doesn't, try adjusting the volume up or down, press 'Stop' in tapDancer to reset the audio playback, reset your computer, and try again.
Placing your device into 'Airplane' mode is a good idea, as mobile 'chatter' can disrupt the playback. Also, be wary of magnetism -- keep your datasette / mobile device away from any CRT monitors!
For more detailed usage information and a user forum, tap the Help (?!) icon on the main tapDancer interface screen, or visit the tapDancer website at http://tapDancer.info or by tapping the WWW icon on the main tapDancer interface screen.
*** Highlights ***
* TAP / T64 / PRG / P00 / TZX / CDT / UEF / CAS support (Commodore 64 / 128 / VIC20 / etc., Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX-compatibles, Acorn Electron / BBC Micro, Atari 400/800/XL/XE)
* Configurable TurboTape compression of T64 / PRG / P00 (Commodore)!
* Intuitive user-interface.
* Auto-pausing functionality (for ease of loading.)
* Ability to extract files from .ZIP and .T64 on-the-fly.
tapDancer is a product of kica.co, copyright 2014 by April and Melody Ayres-Griffiths.
If you have any suggestions / problems please don't hesitate to contact me.
This is a fan-made app I am not connected with Blizzard in any kind of way (except using the API ).
Blizzard copyright notice:
©2004 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved. World of Warcraft, Warcraft and Blizzard Entertainment are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.