Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Pedometer (Android App That Watches Your Every Step)
Pedometer is an open source Android application for Android phones. It counts your steps by using the sensors in the phone. It calculates the pace (steps per minute), and can help you maintain a desired pace by speaking to you. It will ask you to install the Text-to-Speach library if you enable this option. It runs as a service, so it keeps counting when the display is off.
# Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
svn checkout http://pedometer.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ pedometer-read-only
Categories: Android, Android Application, Android Project, Android app, Android developer Tags: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Project, Java, Open Source, Pedometer
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: AnkiDroid (Anki Version for Android)
AnkiDroid is the portable, open source and free version of Anki for Android. Like Anki, it is a program which makes remembering things easy. Because it is a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can either greatly decrease your time spent studying, or greatly increase the amount you learn. Anyone who needs to remember things in their daily life can benefit from Anki and AnkiDroid. For example:
* learning a language
* studying for medical and law exams
* memorizing people’s names and faces
* brushing up on geography
* mastering long poems
* even practicing guitar chords!
nicolas.raoul, edu.zasu, unnamedrambler, daniel.svard, inigo.aldana
First, register at Github.com, open Nicolas Raoul’s repository page and follow the forking instructions.
If you have trouble with Git, you can also download a ZIP of the latest source code here.
*src/com/ichi2/anki contains the main source code. Anki.java is the opening screen, FlashCard.java is the flash card window, and AnkiDb.java is a poor database layer implementation
* assets/flashcard_css contains the CSS file included with each flash card
* values/strings.xml contains app strings, whiteboard colors, and a basic HTML template for flashcards.
* assets/layout contains the layouts for each screen.
Categories: Android, Android Application, Android Project, Android app, Android developer Tags: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Project, Anki, AnkiDroid, Java, Open Source
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Mnemododo (Android client for Mnemosyne)
Mnemododo is an open source Andriod app which allows cards from Mnemosyne (a spaced-repetition flash-card program) to be reviewed on an Android-powered mobile phone. Mnemododo does not replace Mnemosyne: cards are still added, edited, and deleted using a desktop or laptop computer. Rather, cards for several days are exported using the Mnemogogo plugin and then transferred to a mobile phone where they can be reviewed on the go. When those cards have been reviewed, they are imported back into Mnemosyne, and more cards may be exported.