Please do not download nor rate unless you are a Flash developer.
This app is open source / source for sale and serves as demonstration.
Features: Android System look alike Menu (emulation), Stage orientation landscape and portrait support (with 3D transition), (auto)fits any screen resolution (optimized for 800x480 and up - tablet), force close of app, store user settings as 'SharedObject', info popUp (emulation) ... night (eye and battery friendly) and day mode (black and white)
Visit http://www.mmfiles.com/flash/mobile_devices_content/air_4_android_2925.html?apage=14405 to buy the source code.
For further info please contact the developer.
This is a port of JPC for Android. JPC is a pure Java emulation of an x86 PC hardware in software.
Bundled in this release is FreeDOS (Like MS-DOS) and a selection of shareware games on a virtual drive C:/
This emulator is extremely demanding and will only run on modern devices. Keyboard and mouse input is very basic and is still in development.
This is intended for demonstration use only, although the bundled games run, they are not playable.
JPC is open source software and available here:
CommCare is an open-source mHealth platform developed to capture healthcare through mobile devices by clinical personnel including nurses and physicians and support personnel like outreach workers, home health aides, community health workers, social workers. CommCare has been deployed in projects funded by multiple agencies around the world including National Institutes of Health, USAID, Partners in Health, Brigham & Women's Hospital
CommCare can easily be configured on smartphones and tablet PCs running Android operating system to enable in-field encounter data collection, sharing of patient information, and provide easy access to data for care management, supervision, and quality improvement purposes. CommCare allows effective coordination of team efforts around individually tailored patient care plans. CommCare has been deployed according to protocols based on most effective model of delivering care and clinical care guidelines. The system is HIPAA compliant and is securely hosted in the cloud based server for easy access anywhere.
- Customize CommCare based on your healthcare organization's unique data capture forms, workflow processes and delivery of care models
- Reduce the data burden on field health workers and programmatic staff
- Increase the speed and ease with which the care team can access clinical and programmatic data in the field
- Increase the “patient-centeredness” of the care team’s care coordination efforts
CommCare can help in replacing and improving labor intensive and inefficient paper or laptop based record systems. CommCare integrates with clinical system software both in ambulatory and/or acute care environment (for example EHR/EMR, PACS/RIS, CPOE, etc). CommCare can interface with commercial systems like GE Centricity, Athena Health, Epic, Eclipsys, AllScripts, Cerner, MEDITECH, eClinicalWorks, NextGen, Sage, etc. and Personal Health Record (PHR) systems through standard protocols like CCD (Continuity of Care Document, HL7 exchange messages)
- Developed collaboratively with the end users working in various communities around the world including United States, Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
- Real-time exchange of clinical and care management data between the mobile device and the cloud hosted server
- Custom reports to assess clinical outcomes, action plans, quality efforts, short term and long term goals
- Alerts and reminders based on pre-configured care plans including visits, lab tests
- Enables capture of various data types including encounter notes, quality of life measures, clinical markers, adherence data etc.
- Multi-stakeholder access privileges including physicians, nurses, supervisors, field workers and care givers
- Provides workflow management functions including staff scheduling and tracking
- Capability to integrate with telemetry sensors and medical devices like glucometers, wireless weighing scales, pill-boxes etc.
CommCare has been developed by Dimagi Inc. Dimagi is an award-winning, socially conscious technology company that helps organizations deliver quality health care to urban and rural communities around the world. Dimagi has worked in 20 countries, from rural villages in Sub-Saharan Africa to cutting-edge projects in the US including mHealth, care coordination, logistics management, mobile phone based clinical trial management. Dimagi’s team of engineers, clinicians, and public health professionals provide technology strategy and software development for enterprise healthcare systems, care coordination platforms, and medical communication technologies. Dimagi’s project partners include WHO, World Bank, USAID, CDC, WorldVision, Clinton Foundation, Unicef, PATH, The Rockefeller Foundation, and Acumen Fund. Dimagi was recognized as America's most promising social entrepreneurs in 2011.
Jonny enables architects and civil engineers to communicate with investors, decision-makers and producing industries in an easy and effective way.
Jonny is particularly beneficial for house builders, who are now able to see their new homes at the very first beginning of the planning phase and feel at home long before the topping out ceremony is celebrated.
Jonny is available free of charge to everybody.
Jonny-models are produced in the 3D-CAD-application ViCADo and are freely available without a license.
Note: This app can only be used with Jonny-models that are given to you by your architect or civil engineer.
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Online multiplayer games are available, as well as a single-player against computer.
You can calibrate touchscreen from the "Mouse emulation" dialog in the startup config, if you cannot hit buttons at the edge.
This game is not affiliated with the original Transport Tycoon Deluxe game, and does not contain any content from the original game.
GIMP is an advanced picture editor, suitable for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.
Inkscape is a vector graphics editor, which has everything needed to create professional-quality computer art.
They both support stylus pressure. In Inkscape, you will need to enable Generic pointer in File → Input Devices (see screenshots).
For best results, also enable Windows → Single Window Mode in GIMP.
Press Back key to show keyboard.
To send right mouse click - touch screen with two fingers, or press a button on your stylus.
To send middle mouse click - touch screen with three fingers, this will drag/scroll image in Gimp.
If you have Menu key, you can use it to undo last action.
Finger hover is supported. If you have Galaxy S4/Note 3 device, enable AirView in system settings to use it.
To make all buttons bigger, select smaller display resolution.
If you like to use keyboard shortcuts, install Hacker's Keyboard: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.pocketworkstation.pckeyboard
To add fonts, copy them to directory Android/data/org.gimp.inkscape/files/gimp/fonts on your SD card.
This app has 16bpp color depth, to speed up screen refresh rate. If you want 24bpp color depth for better color reproduction - install this file, it will not re-download data: http://sourceforge.net/projects/libsdl-android/files/apk/XServer-XSDL/GIMP-Inkscape-22.214.171.124-24bpp.apk
It is the year 2084. You control a secret organisation charged with defending Earth from a brutal alien enemy. Build up your bases, prepare your team, and dive head-first into the fast and flowing turn-based combat.
This app will install Debian or Ubuntu onto your device.
You will need a mouse or stylus to use it.
Contains bugs! If you need stable desktop environment for everyday use - you'd better search for another Linux installer, there are several such apps on Google Play, all of them require rooted device.
GIMP image editor, or office suite pre-installed (AbiWord and Gnumeric, there's no PowerPoint support).
You will need 200 Mb free on internal data storage, plus 500 Mb on SD card.
This app is NOT full Ubuntu OS - it is a compatibility layer, which allows you to run Ubuntu applications.
Your phone is NOT rooted during installation.
This is NOT official Ubuntu.com release.
There are several limitations:
- It cannot mess up your Android device. It is a plain regular Android app, so you can close or kill it when you desire.
- Desktop environment is somewhat broken.
- Video output is slow. This can be improved by creating native Android X.org server (Xsdl is a good place to start).
- No audio support. Maybe it will be added in the future, however it will lag a lot, and there's no way to fix the lag.
- No hardware mouse support. Probably it will be added in the future.
- No OpenGL support. It's possible to add it but it's a huge chunk of work, and I will not be doing that.
- No access to the device hardware. That means you cannot re-partition SD card, you cannot burn CD-Roms, you cannot run ping or sniff your network etc.
- No camera support. It's possible to add, however not worth the effort, since Ubuntu can access photos on your SD card.
- No multitouch support - this is a limitation of Ubuntu itself.
- No ability to move app to SD card.
- No pseudo-terminal support, so XTerm and many utilities do not work.
Sources available on developer site.
This app will install custom kernel to your Nexus 7, that will add HID keyboard/mouse gadget functions to it's USB port.
No driver installation is needed for your PC.
It will work inside BIOS, inside bootloader, with any OS, and with any hardware - PC, Mac, Xbox, Chromebook, even with other Android devices through USB Host adapter.
Only Nexus 7 2012 WiFi with Android 4.4.2 is supported at the moment.
If your Nexus 7 is not rooted - follow installation instructions at:
If you have any other device, you may try to compile the kernel yourself, using kernel patch from this webpage.
Works best with Hacker's Keyboard: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.pocketworkstation.pckeyboard
I'm planning to add remote control functionality, with live camera feed,
so you can turn your Nexus 7 into an overpriced remote desktop / KVM switch solution.
Cyrillic and phonetic Russian keyboard layouts, physical keyboard mapping and dictionary.
This is an expansion layouts pack for AnySoftKeyboard.
Install AnySoftKeyboard first, and then select the desired layout from AnySoftKeyboard's Settings->Keyboards menu.
Download AnySoftKeyboard here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.menny.android.anysoftkeyboard
Supports online matches and offline play with bots. Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and 10 other game modes are available.
Five touchscreen control modes available:
shoot button mode is similar to other mobile 3D shooters.
tap to shoot mode moves fire button under your finger, so you never miss it.
floating crosshair mode allows for faster aiming - drag crosshair across the screen to shoot, touch screen borders to look around.
shoot under finger mode shoots where you touch, but does not move crosshair from the center of the screen.
aim under finger mode is similar, but moves fire button under your finger instead of shooting immediately.
Swipe the screen to quickly rotate 180 degrees.
Double-tap joystick to jump.
Touch weapon icons at the top to select a weapon.
You can configure buttons layout by clicking Change device config button when the game starts, then selecting On-screen keyboard and Customize layout.
You can switch to first-person view in settings.
Voice chat is supported - switch Voice chat option to Shake and talk, and shake phone during game to send your voice to other players. Some servers may disallow voice chat.
You can enter console commands using button at upper-left, you need to be inside game menu, and start command with / symbol.
Gyroscope aiming is supported (not all devices have gyroscope).
Gamepads with two analog sticks are supported (PS3, Xbox gamepads, SHIELD).
Mouse will not be supported, because it's technically impossible on non-rooted Android, and because it gives an unfair advantage over other players.
Source code can be downloaded from https://sourceforge.net/projects/libsdl-android/files/OpenArena/
You can run your own dedicated server, using this package: http://sourceforge.net/projects/libsdl-android/files/OpenArena/OpenArena-dedicated-server-0.8.8.25.tar.gz
More info about running servers at http://openarena.wikia.com/wiki/Servers
Supported games: Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale series, Planescape:Torment.
Requires 128+ of free RAM and large 4-inch screen. Engine is in a development stage - may contain bugs.
You NEED original game resources to play!
You may try Baldur's Gate 2 demo - enable it in "Downloads" menu, and you don't need installation instructions then. It's 800 Mb.
1. Install apk and run. GemRB will install some data files to you device and close.
2. Open directory app-data/net.sourceforge.gemrb on SD card with any file manager and rename file GemRB.cfg.sample to GemRB.cfg.
3. Install original game to PC (full installation needed!).
4. Copy all folders and files(except *.exe) from game folder on your PC to app-data/net.sourceforge.gemrb folder on your device SD card.
5. Edit GemRB.cfg in text editor to configure GemRB (instructions inside file).
6. Start GemRB and configure controls if needed.
If game crashes, please install aLogcat application, run it, capture the log and e-mail it to me.
The Ur-Quan Hierarchy have won the war and put the Earth under slave shield.
Explore galaxy, gather resources, ally with other races, battle enemies and win your freedom back.
To activate emergency escape unit, press Back.
If you dislike touchscreen controls - go to Setup -> Advanced Options -> Joystick, and set it to Normal.
Tap left joystick to jump.
To play on some servers, you need to press Back → Join red/blue, after connecting to server.
Supports gamepads (PS3/Xbox/SHIELD), limited mouse support.
High-resolution version for tablets: http://sites.google.com/site/xpelyax/Home/milkytracker-highres.apk
Hacker's Keyboard is recommended for high-res version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.pocketworkstation.pckeyboard
Watch the video to learn how to edit envelopes in the instrument editor - you need to touch the envelope marker, wait for a second, then quickly move finger to the side.
This is definitely tricky - if you will wait shorter the marker will not snap to the finger, if you will wait longer you will get popup menu and the marker will stay in place.
There are few demo songs pre-installed, just hit the "Load" button.
You may use it to stream applications from your Linux PC, or to launch Linux installed on your Android (installing Linux is done via separate app).
Touch screen with two fingers to send right mouse click. You can also press button on your stylus, or just use Bluetooth mouse.
Swipe with two fingers to scroll documents.
Finger hover is supported on select devices. If you have Galaxy S4/Note 3 device, enable AirView in system settings to use it.
To invoke keyboard, press Back key. Only English layout is supported.
If you don't see Back key, swipe up from the bottom of the screen.
If you have hardware Menu key, it will send Ctrl-Z (Undo in most apps).
To disable magnifying glass, tap Change device config during app start, select Mouse emulation → Display size → Large.
To set custom display number, go to Change device config → Data installation location → Specify directory → do not change directory, press OK → change parameters to XSDL :1234, press OK, where 1234 is your display number. You may also pass other parameters to Xserver using this dialog.
If you want SHM extension to work in Linux chroot - download file libandroid-shmem.so from here:
copy it to chroot, set executable flag, and execute this in chroot before other commands:
.APK file for side-loading, also 24bpp and portrait versions: