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# Description

Get a TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+, TI-85, AND TI-86 emulator for your phone!

Andie Graph is an Android port of the AlmostTI emulator by Marat Fayzullin - http://fms.komkon.org/

*** ROM not included. Why? http://dgmltn.com/roms ***

The TI-8X series of calculators work great as standalone calculators, showing 8 lines of history, using standard mathematical notation. Each model was designed with more specific purposes in mind:

The TI-82 is designed for algebra and trigonometry. Graph and compare functions, perform variable substitution, and solve single variable equations.

The TI-83 is designed for statistics and trigonometry. Graph and compare functions, and perform data plotting and analysis.

The TI-85 is great for engineering and computer science. Graph and compare functions, perform bit manipulation and convert between numeric bases.

The TI-86 is great for engineering and calculus. Graph and compare functions, perform bit manipulation and convert between numeric bases. Solve differential equations, plot vector fields.

All models allow you to write programs in TI-BASIC and perform basic scientific calculator operations.

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Chris Pyle

It might work but... First you have to find the TI rom you're looking for. Not a huge deal. You have to place the file on the root of any of your SD cards (internal or external). Then you go into settings and select your rom. The only problem is that the "cannot find rom" message that covers half the screen doesn't go away. Even after you're booted into and using the calculator.

A Google User

AMAZING APP- EXACTLY LIKE AN 83/86!!!!!! I had this on my DroidX to start, have it on my NoteII, and will have it on my note (5?) I was skeptical at first. I founthe rom image online,& unzippe&savd it as ti83.rom to the sd card.easier to setup/use than emulator on a computer.

The Deleporter

Phone won't open Rom file I am only giving it 1 star because for some reason my phone will not open the ROM zip file on 2shared or on the emulator site this app suggests. What am I doing wrong?

Bushido Hacks

TI-83 ROM Forever Frozen Don't press 2nd > Mem. You may regret it. Found another app that supports TI-89 Titanium ROM.

A Google User

Excellent! Saved me from having to buy another ti-86. I already had the ROM file from an old one that had seen better days. Now with this app I am able to use my phone and tablet as one. Thanks!

A Google User

TI can suck it! I've purchased at least 3 TI-8x's over the years and all of them died (screen failure). TI still charges over $100 for the same calculater it made over 20 years ago. WTF? Now I can give TI the "finger" and legally use the calc I bought three times over. No 4x AA batteries, No flaky screen issues, just a great working graphing calculator! Buy this and support the developer for making a rock-solid z80 emulator. *Note: you will need to dump a BIOS image from a working TI Calc ... Interwebs ...*

User reviews

Barebones Ti calculator Since it emulates a ti calc that means it takes just as long plotting whatever you ask it to graph - which is probably unavoidable. Considering those calculators' CPUs run at about 8 mhz I was hoping my phones dual core 1.4 ghz processor would make it instantaneous, but I can't fault the developers for for making it too similar to the original product. Would like to be able to load downloaded programs for the rom emulated so I won't have to type them in manually. Seriously best graphing calc available

Galaxy s2 The app only tried to find its own data to operate, with zero success of finding TI-82 ROM. This app is only a nonfunctional image of a graphing utility.

Works, but you need .ROM files What would be nice is to mention in app description that it needs .rom files. At first I downloaded and unzipped the files on the linked site, but since they were another type such as .82p, the application would not recognize then. If you don't know that (and you don't pay attention in detail to the small text line indicating it's searching for such files), the 1st contact can be frustrating...

Very convenient!! This is a very convenient app because you don't always have a calculator on you but you always have you're phone. The only bad thing about it and the reason it gets 4 stars is the battery usage. This thing suck battery like crazy. One say I used it for about an hour and battery stats said it used 22% of my battery. Overall great app though

Broken after last update Usd to be my number one calculator, and but after last update it freezes my phone until it reboots. Samsung galaxy note, running ics. Edit: after yet another system update from samsung the forced rebooting has stoppped. Problem solved for me

Nearly Perfect The very fact that apps like this exist only seeks to completely re-affirm that I made the right decision in buying an Android phone. The only thing that could possibly make this app any more awesome would be TI-84+ SE support.

Such Nostalgia! Easily the best calculator option for the android. As a math teacher/tutor, it is SO nice to have my TI-83+ on my phone! I am curious if it would be possible to utilize the CPU of the phone to work the emulator into an "overdrive" mode to improve to speed of certain programs and functions? That would warrant a "six stars" rating from me.

Nexus 7 GS3 Inspire 4g I've used this app for years now with a variety of devices and it always works great. Perfect for when you want to do your math homework but don't want to have to pull out your calculator. Just a word of advice to students though most teachers and professors still will not let you use your phone on a test for obvious reasons so make sure you have access to a real calculator.

Exactly what I was looking for! As an engineer I have grown very attached to my graphing calculator. I always seems to find myself in a situation where I need my calculator but do not have access to it. I have searched for years to find a good alternative before stumbling across TI emulators. After finding the right ROM ("TI-ROMPack.rar") I got this app working. I was tempted to purchase the AlmostTI application for $4.99 but found that it too required the Roms provided by texas instrument and was essentially the same application as this.

Good, but needs a reset button [If an emulated calculator freezes, then you may need to delete the RAM file!] An individual calculator can freeze, and so the emulator needs a reset button. I found the only way to reset a frozen emulated calculator (e.g. TI-85 with ROM 10.0 especially) was to locate the RAM file on sdram (e.g. TI-85.RAM, which AndieGraph creates into the same folder as the ROM file), and delete it. Also, the whole "Searching for ROM" mechanism is extraordinarily inefficient and slow, and burns off a lot of CPU cycles. A mechanism to simply manually select the location of the ROM file would be much better. Otherwise, great job!, this is a fantastic app. Keep up the great work. To those who complain about the ROMs not being included -- it's a legal/copyright issue, and it is not the author's fault! NOTE that this app will not (and cannot) support the Motorola 68000-based calculators (e.g., TI-89 Titanium, TI-92, Voyage 200, Ti-89) because they use a different CPU architecture. This app emulates Zilog Z80 calculators only (e.g., TI-82 to TI-86). For TI-89&Titanium emulation, try another app (e.g., Graph89) 5-Stars!

Awesome, but flawed While I miss the tactile nature of my old TI-85, this is still really fun and I'm shocked at how much of the programming language I remember (haven't touched it in 15+ years). Detected my 85 rom immediately with no fuss, and it appears switching between them is a piece of cake, too. The problem is that it likes to randomly corrupt the ram file it uses to store the state of the calculator, which results in a non-responsive UI/calculator. The fix this, you have to delete the .RAM file associated with your firmware (this is from the dev's website FAQ), which then effectively erases the memory. I've lost a lot of programs/time due to this =/

Great! (Though I'd like more customizations) I love that it's free other than needing a ROM. My old TI-83+ served me well for more than five years of heavy use in various classes in high school and college and turned out to even be useful for unexpected classes. While I no longer need its more advanced functions, I've found that it still has one of the nicest interfaces for actual math (for instance, the way it shows the equation as you entered it, the advanced settings like significant digits, and etc.) With this, I not only have my favorite calculator back, but I have it in a more compact and portable form on my smartphone and tablet. I'll admit though, I do kind of wish we could customize the look and feel a little more. I wish I could make the skin itself darker, but more importantly the screen is a bright white background. I threw away my calculator after getting the ROM a few years ago but I seem to recall it had an amber background (and I think a dark blue foreground?) Honestly rather than perfect emulation of looks I wish we could customize the colors a little bit. I'd really rather an inverted display at least, but full customization would really be nice. I'm just nitpicking though and it's a wonderful app!

Almost Perfect Still have the TI85 I got in high school in '92, but it has a dead horizontal line of pixels. This is much handier since I always carry my phone and/or tablet. Works flawlessly on my HTC Incredible. On my Asus TF700T Infinity it hangs (frozen with non-blinking cursor) about 30% of the time when I open it. Tried reinstalling and it didnt help. Sometimes have to force close and reopen several times before it works. Hopefully dev has an idea for a fix. Love it nonetheless

Thanks so much! You just made my day! This is the best, I have several programs that I developed for the TI 83 and the TI 84 to aid in the layout of sheet metal parts. I was looking for a programmable calculator for android, but none really fit the bill. Luckily, I backed up my ROM years ago and it works like a charm. I don't know where my cable is anymore. My programs prompt for the variables and auto magically spit out the data needed to layout cones and such. The best app ever!

.Ti 83+ and se no work Ti 83 works. But not the se and plus version. Tried diffferent roms too. Also it kills battery pretty fast

Works great once you have the rom file installed. No problems after getting the rom in. Thank you TI for allowing this app to stick around even if the conditions are annoying. Own two Ti-83s but tired of feeding them batteries. Not having any issues with the '2nd' 'Quit' lockup another reported so all good here.

It's a TI-86 Would not find the ROM when on the sd card of my S5. Tried several times. Finally copied file to root directory of the phone and it now works flawlessly...using the file on the sd card. Yup, in settings it shows the ROM on both the sd card and the phone and the sd card ROM is selected. Besides the wonkiness of the ROM it's really nice having a TI-86 on my phone and I suggest going into settings of the app and getting rid of the black border. A bit easier to use if you've got sausage fingers like me. Another fyi, a used TI-86 costs under $50 now. Just bought one tonight and there's lots of them there for that price.

Perfect TI Emulator Andie Graph perfectly emulates several TI graphing calculators. The keys are perfectly sized, and the interface accurately reflects the actual calculators. Developer shows a lot of hard with with this app! It clearly states in the app description that you must obtain your own ROMs.

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# What's New

v9: (August 2012)

[+] Added workaround for TouchWiz devices (Galaxy S2/S3/Note)

[*] Battery usage improvement

v8: (July 2012)

[+] Added support for MIPS devices (like some tablets)

[+] Added support for newer TI-83+ ROMs

[*] Fixed "FINANCE" -> "MATRX" on TI-83+ skin

[*] Tweaked skin files

[+] Added xhdpi launcher icon

v7:

[+] Added support for older Android versions (1.6 Donut-2.1 Eclair)

[*] Updated contact info

[*] Fixed several user reported force close bugs

# Additional information

Updated

December 7, 2013

Size

999k

Installs

500,000 - 1,000,000

Current Version

9

Requires Android

1.6 and up

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Open the menu and click on settings. Under the 'Skin' category unselect 'Vibrate on keypress'

3. How do I load apps like PlySmlt2 or Inequalz?

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ROM:

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TI83:

*.rom

Firmware updates (*.89u, 9xu, *.v2u, *.8Xu) which are normally used to restore the operating system of your calculator can also be used as a ROM image.

Needless to say, you will be very disappointed if you purchase Graph89 without having the ROM file ready. You will just see some instructions and a blank screen.

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Graph89 needs permission to look at your Android Account in order to generate a unique ID shown under F1/About. This works only for TI89/V200. Note that there is no internet connection required for this App.

TiEmu, TilEm and Graph89 have been developed independently of Texas Instruments and are not affiliated with TI.

Texas Instruments and TI are trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated.

Revision History:

v1.1.3b

An 8Xu (firmware update) file can now be used as a ROM for TI84+, TI84+SE, TI83+ and TI83+SE

v1.1.3

Added support for: TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-83 Plus SE, TI-84 Plus and TI-84 Plus Second Edition using the TilEm2.00 engine.

v1.1.2b

Bug fixes on 'State Save' and 'Out of Memory' errors on some older phones.

v1.1.2

Backup Manager

Dot Matrix LCD simulation

Click Screen to Zoom

Reset RAM

v1.1.1

Landscape mode for TI89, TI89T

TI92+ skin

Bug fixes

v1.1.0

Emulates Voyage 200 and TI92 Plus

Multiple calculator instances

Multitouch

Take screenshots

Generate an ID under F1/About

Sync clock

Acoustic feedback on keypress

Automatic overclock

Grayscale support

Send group files (*.89g, *.tig)

Receive files, (var-link/F4/F3/send)

Performance improvements

Customizable LCD colors

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MathsApp Scientific Calculator is aiming to be the best scientific calculator app for Android.

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Works at the full 50 frames per second on most recent powerful Android phones and tablets. This means anything significantly better than an HTC Desire or Nexus One (except, annoyingly, the brand new Galaxy Nexus, because it has the archaic GPU from 2010's Galaxy S pushing 240% of the pixels), or any Android 3.x or 4.x tablet. If you try to run this thing on something like a Wildfire or a ZTE Blade, please don't whinge to us that it runs like a dog - just go and buy a Galaxy S II already ;) It's an extremely faithful emulation, way moreso than other machines' emulators, but if you think you can make it quicker, get involved - it's open-source - code it!

Works with the specialised controls of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (but doesn't run at 50 frames per second).

This FREE and OPEN SOURCE application - the source code is published on Github at https://github.com/littlefluffytoys/Beebdroid - is based on B-Em for Linux by Tom Walker and licensed under GNU General Public License v2.0 as detailed at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html - we encourage others to assist us in developing Beebdroid further. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the license for more details.

Beebdroid does not ship with any third party programs such as games - these are accessed via third party websites which have hosted such programs for years. Should any licence holders object to third party websites providing such programs, please contact the third party websites in question. We are furthermore also happy on a best-effort basis to block the visibility of specific programs within Beebdroid upon written request from verified product licence holders. We are also able to offer an in-app payment solution for your programs in such circumstances - please contact us for details.

The rights to the BBC Micro ROMs are believed by the emulator community to have effectively fallen into the public domain, having lain unclaimed for many years - Acorn itself is of course long bankrupt, and the documentation for the rights is rumoured to have gone down in the World Trade Center on 9/11. If you believe that you have a claim to the ROMs that has never been disclosed to the emulator community, or indeed has never been proven under law, remember that this is a labour of love, a free and open source preservation effort, and so please talk to us in the first instance, cheers!

## Grapher

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A powerful tool for building mathematical graphs.

The perfect tool for students, teachers and anyone involved in math:

- supports standard graphs in Cartesian coordinate system, parametric graphs, graphs in polar coordinates and parametric graphs in polar coordinates, point graphs;

- simple and easy to use intuitive interface;

- 46 mathematical functions, built-in constants;

- any number of graphs on one screen;

- save graphs as images with various options;

- work in real time, gesture support, two virtual keyboard to choose, examples, help section, history, settings and more.

The perfect tool for students, teachers and anyone involved in math:

- supports standard graphs in Cartesian coordinate system, parametric graphs, graphs in polar coordinates and parametric graphs in polar coordinates, point graphs;

- simple and easy to use intuitive interface;

- 46 mathematical functions, built-in constants;

- any number of graphs on one screen;

- save graphs as images with various options;

- work in real time, gesture support, two virtual keyboard to choose, examples, help section, history, settings and more.

## Graphing Calculator MathlabPRO

If you're looking for a graphing calculator app that works smoothly and seamlessly, you've found it! Graphing Calculator by Mathlab is a scientific graphing calculator integrated with algebra and is an indispensable mathematical tool for students in elementary school to those in college or graduate school, or just anyone who needs more than what a basic calculator offers. It is designed to replace bulky and costly handheld graphing calculators and works on virtually any Android phone or tablet.

Furthermore, Graphing Calculator by Mathlab displays calculations as it performs them on the high-quality display of the Android device, making it easier for the user to understand the calculations and see them clearly. This app has two great strengths. First, it acts as a fine scientific calculator, but, more than that, it displays the intermediate steps of the calculations as you type. It allows the students to both watch and learn how the calculations are made and how to find the final answer. Second, the graphing ability is absolutely stunning! Not only does the calculator beautifully display the graphs, but it automatically generates the x- and y- values and displays them as well.

Help site with instructions and examples: http://help.mathlab.us

If you have a question, send email to calc@mathlab.us

PRO FEATURES

* 3D graphs

* Save constants, functions and expressions in the library

* Internet is not required

* No advertisements

SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR

* Arithmetic expressions +, -, *, /, ÷

* Square root, cube and higher roots (hold ‘√’ key)

* Exponent, logarithms (ln, log)

* Trigonometric functions sin π/2, cos 30°, ...

* Hyperbolic functions sinh, cosh, tanh, ... (hold "e" key to switch)

* Inverse functions (hold direct function key)

* Complex numbers, all functions support complex arguments

* Derivatives sin x' = cos x, ... (hold x^n key)

* Scientific notation (enable in menu)

* Percent mode

* Save/load history

GRAPHING CALCULATOR

* Multiple functions graphing

* Implicit functions up to 2nd degree (ellipse 2x^2+3y^2=1, etc.)

* Plar graphs (r=cos2θ)

* Parametric functions, enter each on new line (x=cos t, y=sin t)

* Funkcje roots i krytyczne punkty na wykresie. Zaznacz pole wyboru po lewej stronie od funkcji, aby ujrzeć współrzędne na wykresie. Kliknij przycisk wykresu w górnym menu, aby wyświetlić współrzędne w postaci listy.

* Graph intersections (x^2=x+1)

* Tracing function values and slopes

* Dcrollable and resizable graphs

* Pinch to zoom

* Fullscreen graphs in landscape orientation

* Function tables

* Dave graphs as images

* Save tables as csv

FRACTION CALCULATOR

* Simple and complex fractions 1/2 + 1/3 = 5/6

* Mixed numbers, use space to enter values 3 1/2

ALGEBRA CALCULATOR

* Linear equations x+1=2 -> x=1

* Quadratic equations x^2-1=0 -> x=-1,1

* Approximate roots of higher polynomials

* Systems of linear equations, write one equation per line, x1+x2=1, x1-x2=2

* Polynomial long division

* Polynomial expansion, factoring

MATRIX CALCULATOR

* Matrix and vector operations

* Dot product (hold *), cross product

* Determinant, inverse, norm, transpose, trace

LIBRARY

* User defined constants and functions

* Save/load expressions

## Simple Graph Drawer Full

The program allows draw functions graphs in specified area. The area is defined by the X min, X max, Y min, Y max values and division values for X and for Y. Functions are defined by the expression string and color. You should click on function string in the table to edit it. Only "x" symbol should be used as a varible. After area and functions data input click "Redraw" button to draw it. On phones graph is drawn on a full screen. Via the menu You can maximize graph on the full screen, get help about functions, about program, save the graph as a picture or sent e-mail with it (with help of mail client app,such as gmail). The advertisement will be shown after the 5 redraws, and may be closed via the menu (or shown). And please, sometimes click advertisement - it may help for developer))).

## Intel 8080 Emulator

This is an emulator for the Intel 8080, probably the most popular CPU of the 1970s. To prove the emulator works, here it executes the machine code for the Space Invaders game released by Taito in 1978.

One or two reviewers have commented that it isn't that difficult to write a Space Invaders game for modern mobile devices, but I think they miss the point! This app isn't primarily a Space Invaders game, it's an emulator for the Intel 8080 running on top of the Android OS. It just so happens the emulator loads and executes the original Space Invaders object code, but it could execute other 8080 code. For instance, I don't see any reason why the emulator could not be used as the basis of running the venerable CP/M Operating System on an Android (MS-DOS would require an 8086 emulator).

This emulator was originally developed by Thibault Imbert (http://www.bytearray.org/?p=622). This code ran perfectly on my PC but was EXTREMELY slow on my Samsung Galaxy Tab. All I've done is a bit of "tweaking", and added a few buttons - all credit to Thibault!

As already mentioned this app is NOT for you if you are looking for an ultra fast implementation of Space Invaders, possibly with lots of 'improved' features. That is not its intention. Don't forget this app is primarily an emulator for the Intel 8080 CPU. Here it just so happens to be running the original Space Invaders object code.

A note about colour: The original game ran in monochrome, all the objects were white on a black background. The illusion of colour (the green protective bunkers) was obtained using green cellophane strips!

I apologise, but I am not in a position to supply you all with green cellophane strips to stick on your Android screens to change the colour of the protective bunkers! I will see if this effect can be implemented at screen copy time without slowing things down too much!

This app is free and does not send you a single ad! It doesn't store your IP address or any other information about you whatsoever!

PS: don't leave this app running in the background. Stop it, or it will deplete your battery really quickly! I will fix this in an update.

## Mathematics

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NOTE: use the SWIPE-TO-DELETE gesture to delete functions, equations, variables

- NEW: statistics (gaussian test, t test, binominal and normal distribution, standard deviation, average, sum, median)

- formula calculation with variables, sums, products and sequences

- solve equations (linear, quadratic, cubic, transpose)

- plot functions, derivate, integrate, calculate roots and extremas (polynomial, rational, exponential, etc)

- calculate tangent, asymptote, interception

- reconstruction: calculate f(x) by given roots, points or extremas

- f(x,y) plot in 3D

- factoring (Bézout's identity, Euler's totient function, least common multiple, greatest common divisor)

- modulo calculation with big integer and fractions

- differential and integral calculus

- curve sketching, limes, minima, maxima

- linear algebra, vectors, matrices

- unit conversion

- number systems, binary/oct/decimal/hex calculator

- complex number calculation

Supported languages:

English, German, Francais, Espanol, Italian, Portuguese

Mathematics is a powerful calculation software for your android smartphone.

FEATURES

Calculate any formula you want and show them in a 2d or 3d plot. The natural display shows fractions, roots and exponents as you would expect it from mathematics.

In a few seconds you derivate or integrate your desired function, calculate the zero points of your function und show them in the function plot. See all maxima, minima or inflection points in one view.

The easy way of use allows you to solve linear equations in just a moment. Or transform your mathematical, physical or chemical equation to any unknown variable.

You often needs to calculate with binary, octal or hexadecimal number systems? No problem! You can mix them together in one calculation even by using decimal digits. But that's not enough! You can also calculate with any other number system with base 2 to 18.

From time to time you may need to convert units to another one, like Celsius to Fahrenheit, miles to kilometre, inches to foot and so on.

You will also be able to calculate with vectors, matrices and determinants.

All this features are combined in this app and will make your mathematical life a lot easier.

## Graph It!

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GraphIt is a utility that is used to display on a Cartesian plane any mathematical function, which can be f(x)=2, f(x)=2*x, f(x)=sin(x) ecc... The management function is entrusted to you: you can add more or modify existing ones.

The integration of functions is facilitated by self-completion of statements, also expressions of the interpreter is very flexible and allows the inclusion of any function: even the most complex are recognized and interpreted correctly.

The main functions recognized are: abs(x), acos(x), acosh(x), asin(x), asinh(x), atan(x), avg(x1,x2,...,xN), ceil(x), combin(x,y), cos(x), cosh(x), e(), exp(x), fact(x), floor(x), lg(x), ln(x), log(x,y), max(x1,x2,...,mN), min(x1,x2,...,xN), mod(x,y), pi(), pow(x,y), rand(), sign(x), sin(x), sinh(x), sqrt(x), sum(x1,x2,...,xN), tan(x), tanh(x), toDeg(x), toRad(x).

The graph allows an accurate view of the trend of function at any point in the plane. You can zoom and pan through the classical gestures.

There is also a tool which can calculate the value of the functions included, given the value of x (via a number or expression).

# More from developer

## St8Pl8

Have you ever been bored during a long road trip? St8Pl8 can help! Whenever you spot a license plate, keep track of it here. Pictures of all 50 U.S. States and the District of Columbia are included.

Display the list of states in a grid view, list view, or CoverFlow! Filter by only seen, only unseen, or both.

Have any feature requests? Ask!

## Boxee Remote by supware.net

A branch of the very excellent open source Boxee Remote app by Andrew Chatham.

This branch adds GESTURE MODE, new icons, a new settings screen, and improved Now Playing screen.

TIP: use volume keys to adjust boxee volume.

TIP: to use keyboard (on this or any app), press and hold the menu button.

Instructions and code at http://boxeeremote.googlecode.com/

## MorphClock

A simple and beautiful bedside clock. Other bedside clocks exist, but MorphClock aims to be the most simple and the most beautiful.

Features:

* One time morphs into the next as time ticks by.

* Background changes to match the sun's position where you live.

* Large, easy-to-read time, appropriate to any device.

* Subtle animations don't distract from work or sleep.

Permissions:

* Your coarse location is used to calculate the sunrise and sunset times.

* That's it.

This app is based on open source libraries:

* Android Number Morphing, by Davy Leggieri https://github.com/bydavy/android-number-morphing

* Solar Positioning library, by Klaus Brunner https://github.com/KlausBrunner/solarpositioning