You can open TIFF files using built-in file browser or 3rd party applications.
It supports a wide range of image compressions:
- CCiTT G3
- CCiTT G4
Multi-TIFF Viewer is fast, handy and it's for free, so don't hesitate to try it!
Video demos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tu8nyU_vWh0
* Clojure REPL running on your Android device with root privilege.
* Full access to the Android API---great for hacking and learning Android internals.
* Clojure wrapper for major API component, examples:
** (short demo of features) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tu8nyU_vWh0&t=1m50s
** (more comprehensive demo of features; before Figurehead acquires its current UI; the Clojure API is slightly outdated) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC-aaIewNkc
Ultimate doc for the Clojure API is the source. See the packages with names starting with "figurehead.api.*"
Do you know a language other than English? Help me localize this app for other languages!
Is there a face missing that you absolutely need? Email me and ask for it!
Dev note: I'll fix bugs when I feel like it. Problem? If you want to get a hold of me via reddit, my username is rkcr.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you are having an issue with the app, PLEASE EMAIL ME! It's difficult to diagnose issues if all you do is leave a comment.
Explanation of permissions:
Internet - Used for crash tracking only. (You can verify yourself; the app is open source: https://github.com/dlew/android-ragefaces)
Write external storage - Used to share files with other apps on the device.
It's integrated with a point system which estimates the chance of winning, giving you a way to determine (or randomly configure) the difficulty of your game!
All permissions are used for syncing updates of the scoring system for the app through the account system.
This app is open source - check it out! https://github.com/dlew/android-sotm
The app has no launcher; it just shows up in share menus when you try to share a link.
Attribution: Launcher "arrow" designed by Calvin Goodman (http://www.thenounproject.com/calpoog) from the Noun Project.
It does not (and will not in the foreseeable future) support ICS+. For reasons why, see github project: https://github.com/dlew/android-headset-blocker
Instead of having to go through a few steps (e.g., through your People application, then pick the contact, then pick the address) it just launches a quick picker for a contact and forwards it to the Maps app quickly.
This app was written for Lindsay because she deserves it.