Unbelievable? You definitely need to learn more about North America’s favorite pet.
Cats are an interesting species, and even with their popularity among Americans, they continue to be mysterious. Nevertheless, they are obviously fluffy, playful and funny – and they surely make life more worthwhile. If you are yearning for more facts about cats, then download this new and exciting Android app. Have a clue, surprise yourself and laugh out loud with more than 140 funny facts that will brighten up your day and help you in your “kitty” journey.
If you own a cat, this app is for you. Be knowledgeable. You need to take good care of your pet, and before you are able to do so, you must know facts about them. You have to familiarize yourself with what they like, what makes them angry, what they usually do when they are hungry, or what keeps them happy and alive. You do not want your cat malnourished or even sad, do you? Cats have unique qualities that make them special, and more information about them can do you no harm.
Also, you need to entertain yourself. Of course, there is nothing funnier than the furry creature. In person, cats are a great source of positive diversion, and this app will do the same for you – it will certainly tickle your fancy and make you chuckle so hard you will love your cats more.
If you do not own one, there is still no reason not to download this app – it is still meant for you. You can appreciate these cute mammals whether or not you keep them as pets. And yes, you can keep yourself entertained as well. There are more than a hundred funny things you can learn from cats, and without a doubt, you will have a healthy laugh while reading. What’s more? One day, you can use these as jokes to your friends. Cat facts are universally accepted as a comic relief, and you absolutely do not want to cause personal shame and not know a single humorous cat gag.
Search no further for information and amusement – download this Android app and enjoy the “kitty” affair. Learning and leisure in one app – isn’t that wonderful?
Unleash your inner feline. Meow!
This application is a short survey to assess your privilege level.
== Android Privileges ==
Network communication - Used for social sharing and a small advertisement on results screen
Start at boot - Used to restart alarms for notifications (not supported on all devices)
This app serves the single simple purpose of creating new stories in Icebox with the given text, you can choose what type of story and which project to add it too. That is it, nice and simple. The intention is that when you get back to your computer, the story would be fleshed out with details of the feature, or reproduction steps of a bug.
If you are looking for a full solution to managing Pivotal Tracker on the go, this is not the app for you. I'd recommend P-Tracking, which can handle most tasks, though I found it didn't quite fit my needs. I also might work on a more fully featured Android client for Pivotal Tracker sometime if I need one.
For those interested in modifying this app or making their own apps that interact with Pivotal Tracker, the source code is available on GitHub. Pull requests adding other features are welcome and will be used to update this store listing, assuming the app remains simple to use. https://github.com/mensly/PivotJot
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ANDROID WEAR. This was a decision by Google in designing Android Wear to not have soft keyboard input as an option, this app is only compatible with devices running third-party modified versions of full Android. Even if this app was installed on an Android Wear device, the watch would not use it for any purpose.
Most full keyboards are designed for full-size devices, and can be extremely frustrating to use on screens of about 1 inch. Alternate styles of input often sacrifice precision or require keeping a closer eye on automatic corrections. On a tiny screen, where the keyboard often covers the text box you are typing into, this can be a problem.
Qwerist aims to provide the most precise input for small form-factor devices. What you type is what you get, and when it isn't sure what you are trying to type, it asks rather than guesses. When your finger is half the size of the screen, it is hard to click right on the key you want. If the tap is on the edge between two or more keys, Qwerist will prompt you to verify which you intended to click. This slows the speed of typing, pays off by not having to go back and fix mistakes.
The full QWERTY layout you are used to is presented, but rather than squish into the small width available, it allows you to scroll left and right to access the keys you want. Once again, slow and steady is the way to go for small and fiddly screens.
Another problem with using conventional keyboards on non-conventional devices is that the keyboard often takes up far too large a fraction of the screen. Qwerist will shrink if needed to never take up more than half your screen, leaving room to see what you're doing and interact with the application.
This keyboard has been optimised for a particular smart watch device, but if there are problems on your watch or a particular use-case, let me know by the sending feedback to email@example.com and I'll see how I can help.
Don't have Google Play access? Such as on the Galaxy Gear? The apk for sideloading is available here: http://mens.ly/files/qwerist.apk
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