This application's advantage is that no GPS system is required for it to work. It only uses a compass application, which is installed in every android device. Therefore, no internet connection is required making this application useful even in places such as storage rooms in the countryside, your lodge, cottage etc.
Item Finder's simplicity makes it a very useful application even for someone not familiar with android applications.
- This application would work properly only in case there is a compass sensor in your device
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HIFA is a 6-day annual festival and workshop programme that showcases the very best of local, regional and international arts and culture in a comprehensive festival programme of theatre,dance, music, circus, street performance, spoken word, visual arts. HIFA has come to be seen as an important symbol of something positive about Zimbabwe, unifying socially and culturally disparate groups of Zimbabweans at a time of ideological conflict and political uncertainty bringing huge audiences together to celebrate something positive – the healing and constructive capacity of the arts.
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Shoko Festival is taking the capital city by storm this year! Scheduled to run from the 17th to the 22nd of September 2013, Shoko is Zimbabwe’s fastest growing international festival and has established itself as a major event on Zimbabwe’s annual arts calendar. During the course of six days the festival will involve over 250 artists bringing together acts from 3 continents.
Shoko is a vibrant space that hosts everything from live concerts, comedy nights, talks and discussions to cutting edge presentations on citizen journalism and new media. The festival is as much about entertainment as it is about being a living laboratory for positive social change. Shoko will feature live concerts, a comedy night, DJ parties, an international poetry slam, the Hub programme, photo exhibitions, workshops, debates, free concerts in the townships and much more.