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SMS Delay Tracker

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It's a well known fact that Android doesn't show the actual sent time of the messages that you receive in inbox as most of other phones do. This is a problem particularly for messages that are sent to you when your phone is switched off or out of network coverage area. It is not directly possible to know when such messages are actually sent as the phone only shows when they are actually received. SMS Delay Tracker extracts sent times from the message headers which are actually the sender's Service Center's time stamps and shows you how much they are delayed before reaching you.

Features -

1. You can group messages by Contact Name, Date Sent, Service Center or just display them in the order you receive them. Grouping messages by Contact Name and Service Center helps you to know the relative delay of the messages (refer Limitation 1). By default messages are grouped by Contact Name.

2. You can choose to see only messages that are delayed by more than 30 seconds, 1 minutes, 2 minutes, 5 minutes or 1 hour. By default, the app shows all the delays.

3. You can choose to see only messages for the past 3 Days, 7 Days, 30 Days or see all the messages. By default, the app shows past 7 days' messages.

4. The app remembers the above settings (Group By, Filter and Range) the next time you login to the app.

5. You can delete logs (time stamps, service center numbers) maintained for inbox messages (this does not delete messages from actual Inbox)

Disclaimer -

SMS Delay Tracker should be used as an indicator of delay than actually measuring it. Please refer the limitations below.

Limitations -

1. The delays shown are not absolute delays as there are time offsets between your mobile and the sender's Service Center (after correction of time zone differences). For, e.g, if the time difference between your mobile's clock and the sender's Service Center is 300 seconds, you will get delays greater than 300 seconds (negative, if your clock is slower than the service center) in which case you may need to subtract those 300 seconds to get the absolute delay. SMS Delay Tracker should be rather used as an indicator of delay than actually measuring it.

2. App does not show delays for already received messages. This is because the app doesn't read messages directly from inbox, rather it captures the time stamps when it is notified by Android for message arrivals.

3. Calculating delays for sent items entirely depends on delivery reports. You must enable delivery reports for SMS Delay Tracker to show delays on sent items. However, as of now, this feature is only available for Android versions (2.3 and above) that store the delivery date in internal SMS database (app displays an incompatible message for unsupported devices). The app will not be able to show delays for messages sent through third party apps.

Playing Notes

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Musical Notes, depicted as moving spherical entities, play themselves when collide with the walls of a zero-gravity container producing random music. The mood of the music depends on the combination of the notes. You can make the application to play random music with Energetic, Meditative, Hypnotize, Progressive and Sleepy themes or create your own Custom theme selecting the desired notes.

Disclaimer: Hypnotize is just a name given to the theme. It is no where related to Hypnosis.

This version is Ad supported (AdMob) and requires the following permissions -

INTERNET
ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE

Please purchase Playing Notes Pro and support future development!

Recognote

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Recognote (Recognize-Note) is a simple app to learn, experience and feel the musical notes. A reference note will be played followed by a note to be recognized out of a list of notes laid out in Piano keyboard manner. The reference can be fixed to a note or made random with each recognition. The app can be used either in Western style (C, C#, D, D#, ...) or in Indian style (Sa, Ri, Ga, Ma, ...).

Electrayz

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The Game -

Eat all the rays that are emitted into the game zone using the Ray Eater. Any clash between the rays ends the game.

The Ray Eater -

A spinning object that lives by eating the Electric Rays! Drag and drop it to the "TIP" of a ray to start eating. Doesn't know how to eat from the middle of a ray though!

Electric Rays -

Are emitted into the game zone bounded by reflectors. They travel in straight lines with green being the slowest and red the fastest.

Electric Guns -

Emit the rays randomly and indicate the time left for emission and for total emission.

Permissions -

VIBRATE (vibration features, can be turned off)
INTERNET (Google Ads)
ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE (Google Ads)

Ad Supported -

Displays ads from AdMob after a Level ends and on Stats screen

Electrayz Pass

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Electrayz Pass is a derivative of the classic Electrayz game. The theme is to pass the yellow ray deligantly through the streams of green, blue and red rays without allowing any clashes between them.

Drag and drop the Ray Eater (spinning object) to the "TIP" of a ray (green, blue and red only) to start eating that ray. Unlike in classic version, it is not important to completely eat a ray. Eat just enough to avoid collisions!

Permissions Required -

VIBRATE (vibration features, can be turned off)
INTERNET (Google Ads)
ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE (Google Ads)

Ad Supported -

Displays ads from AdMob

Playing Notes Pro

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*** Please try Playing Notes, free ad-supported version, before buying ***

Musical Notes, depicted as moving spherical entities, play themselves when collide with the walls of a zero-gravity container producing random music. The mood of the music depends on the combination of the notes. You can make the application to play random music with Energetic, Meditative, Hypnotize, Progressive and Sleepy themes or create your own Custom theme selecting the desired notes.

Disclaimer: Hypnotize is just a name given to the theme. It is no where related to Hypnosis.

Electrayz Pass Pro (Ad Free)

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*** This is an Ad Free / Donation version of Electrayz Pass ***
*** Please try Electrayz Pass (free ad supported version) before purchasing ***


Electrayz Pass is a derivative of the classic Electrayz game. The theme is to pass the yellow ray deligantly through the streams of green, blue and red rays without allowing any clashes between them.

Drag and drop the Ray Eater (spinning object) to the "TIP" of a ray (green, blue and red only) to start eating that ray. Unlike in classic version, it is not important to completely eat a ray. Eat just enough to avoid collisions!

Permissions Required -

VIBRATE (vibration features, can be turned off)

Electrayz Pro (Ad Free)

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*** This is an Ad Free / Donation version of Electrayz ***
*** Please try Electrayz (free ad supported version) before purchasing ***

The Game -

Eat all the rays that are emitted into the game zone using the Ray Eater. Any clash between the rays ends the game.

The Ray Eater -

A spinning object that lives by eating the Electric Rays! Drag and drop it to the "TIP" of a ray to start eating. Doesn't know how to eat from the middle of a ray though!

Electric Rays -

Are emitted into the game zone bounded by reflectors. They travel in straight lines with green being the slowest and red the fastest.

Electric Guns -

Emit the rays randomly and indicate the time left for emission and for total emission.

Permissions -

VIBRATE (vibration features, can be turned off)