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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: ICQ messenger – free chat

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: ICQ messenger – free chat

Description
The ICQ Android app enables you to switch from costly SMS and send unlimited FREE messages to ALL of your contacts that joined ICQ – regardless of the device they use and the network they are.
Chat with all your Phone, ICQ, Facebook, Google Talk, AIM and Mail.ru contacts – using a single app.
ICQ is a powerful cross-platform service, available on PC, Mac OS, Android, Apple iOS, Symbian, Blackberry, Java phones, and Mobile web.
Download and use ICQ to chat with your friends wherever they are anytime anywhere!

Features:
•Send and receive FREE unlimited messages
•ICQ automatically finds phone contacts already in the network so that you can send each other free messages
•Chat with Facebook , Google Talk, AIM, Mail.ru friends directly from your mobile phone
•Initiate phone calls, send SMS and emails to your friends
•Push notifications (C2DM) with instant replay pop-up allow you to stay available for chat anytime
•Get social feeds from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr
•Access ICQ simultaneously from any platform like PC, web, phone or tablets
•Enjoy threaded messaging and history
•Supports English, German, Russian, Bulgarian and Czech

ICQ for android is another quality product brought to you by ICQ (Mail.ru group).

By downloading, installing, or using this software, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the ICQ license agreement found here: http://www.icq.com/legal/mobile.html

Recent changes:
What’s new in version 3.0:
•Free chat with your phone contacts
•ICQ automatically finds phone contacts already in the network so that you can send each other free messages
•New contact list, contact info and chats user interface
•Threaded messaging and history
•Connect to Facebook chat and Google talk
•HD display support
•Tested on Android OS 2.x and 3.x phones and tablet
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Latest version: 3.0.0 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Andy – Siri for Android

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Andy – Siri for Android

Description
Ask any question in your own voice, Andy will know the answer!
Online manual at: http://www.AndyForAndroid.com/andymanual.php
Andy for Android (Siri for Android) is a voice controlled access to encyclopedic information on a vast array of topics.
Ask any question!
It can be anything. Andy covers culture and the arts, biographies and persons, geography and places, society and social sciences, history and events, natural and physical sciences, technology and applied science, religion and belief systems, health, mathematics and logic, philosophy and many other topics.

You can also ask about weather and time in any city, get answers to algebra questions, conversions, or simply ask any question just like you would do a search online.
To ask a question, tap the microphone button on the application home screen. Alternatively, you may give your device a little shake (this requires enabling the Shake Recording option) or simply type in your question manually to get the answer.

One of Andy’s great features is its design to work with Bluetooth headsets (A2DP only, must pair with at least one device). Andy (using your Android phone or tablet) will recognize your voice and speech, search the Internet for the best answer, and read it back to you in a clear voice. The answer will also be displayed on your device screen.
Additionally, Andy can send text messages, initiate phone calls, give you directions and do distance measurements, time range measurements and a lot more.

Check out our manual for a list of all features:

http://www.AndyForAndroid.com/andymanual.php

Recent changes:
Check our manual for list of all recent changes: http://www.AndyForAndroid.com/andymanual.php
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Latest version: 1.1 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Broken Screen

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Broken Screen

Description
Broken Screen is a silly joke app which simulates a broken mobile phone screen.

How to use:
Start “Broken Screen” and hand your phone to one of your friends. Wait until they touch the screen. Thats when they’ll hear a loud cracking noise and notice the “broken screen” on your phone. Now you can start to blame them for breaking your phone, maybe they’ll buy you a new one ;)

Shock your friends with realistic looking screen injuries and nerve wrecking cracking sounds.

This app offers you the most realistic looking images of cracked, broken, scratched and completely destroyed screens and displays.

You won’t find images with this quality anywhere else for free.

Choose if the display breaks when someone touches it, when someone shakes the phone, or when the app starts.

Press the “MENU” button on your phone to find all available settings.

This app is completely free. A little banner ad gets sometimes displayed at the bottom of the screen.
You can disable the ad at no cost at any time via “MENU -> Hide Ad”

Please contact me in case of bugs.
I’d be also happy to receive new feature suggestions from you.

Contact:
[email protected]

Enjoy :)

FAQ:

1.) Why does your app demand Internet and Network permissions?

This permissions are needed for the banner ad and error reporting (errors are reported back to the developer).

Recent changes:
* Added chinese translation
* Fixed stability issues
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Latest version: 1.9 (for all Android versions)

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How to Watch MotoGP Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

Cute Android: How to Watch Motogp Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix is the premier championship of motorcycle road racing currently divided into three distinct classes: 125cc, Moto2 and MotoGP. The 125cc class uses a two-stroke engine while Moto2 and MotoGP use four-stroke engines. In 2010 the 250cc two-stroke was replaced by the new Moto2 600cc four-stroke class. Grand Prix motorcycles are purpose-built racing machines that are neither available for purchase by the general public nor can be ridden legally on public roads. This contrasts with the various production categories of racing, such as the Superbike World Championship, that feature modified versions of road-going motorcycles available to the public.

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How to Watch Motogp Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

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The 2011 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season is the 63rd F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. The 2011 season is the final season for 125cc machinery, as a new four-stroke Moto3 class will be introduced in 2012.

Casey Stoner was crowned as MotoGP World Champion for the second time, following his ninth victory of the season at the Australian Grand Prix. Stoner, who was champion previously in 2007, finished 15 of the first 16 races of the campaign in the top three placings, including his nine wins to become the final 800cc champion before the premier class reverts back to 1000cc engines in 2012.

The season was marred by the death of Marco Simoncelli at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

The 2012 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season will be the 64th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. The 2012 season will be the first season for the new four-stroke Moto3 class. The MotoGP class also shifts from 800 to 1000cc.[1] The sport’s governing body has received applications from sixteen new teams looking to join the MotoGP class.[2] In June 2011, the FIM announced that six teams from Moto2 – Interwetten Paddock, Forward Racing, Marc VDS, Kiefer Racing, Speed Master and BQR-Blusens – had been granted entries to the 2012 grid.

1 Qatar Qatar Grand Prix[5] Losail 15 April
2 Spain Spanish Grand Prix[6] Jerez 29 April
3 Portugal Portuguese Grand Prix[4] Estoril 6 May
4 France French Grand Prix[7] Le Mans 20 May
5 Catalonia Catalan Grand Prix[8] Catalunya 3 June
6 United Kingdom British Grand Prix[9] Silverstone 17 June
7 Netherlands Dutch TT[10] Assen 30 June
8 Germany German Grand Prix[4] TBD 8 July
9 Italy Italian Grand Prix[11] Mugello 15 July
10 United States United States Grand Prix[12] Laguna Seca 29 July
11 United States Indianapolis Grand Prix[13] Indianapolis 19 August
12 Czech Republic Czech Republic Grand Prix[14] Brno 26 August
13 San Marino San Marino Grand Prix[15] Misano Adriatico 16 September
14 Aragon Aragon Grand Prix[16] Motorland Aragón 30 September
15 Japan Japanese Grand Prix[17] Motegi 14 October
16 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix[18] Sepang 21 October
17 Australia Australian Grand Prix[19] Phillip Island 28 October
18 Valencian Community Valencian Grand Prix[20] Valencia 11 November

1949: Start of the world championship in Grand Prix motorcycle racing.
1957: Gilera, Mondial and Moto Guzzi withdraw at the end of the season.
1958: MV Agusta win the constructor’s and rider’s championships in all 4 solo classes.
1959: MV Agusta retain all eight solo titles. Honda enter the Isle of Man TT for the first time.
1960: MV Agusta retain all 8 championships again.
1962: First year of 50cc class.
1966: Honda win the constructor’s championship in all 5 solo classes.
1967: Final year of unrestricted numbers of cylinders and gears.
1968: Giacomo Agostini (MV Agusta) wins both 350cc and 500cc titles.
1969: As 1968.
1970: As 1968.
1971: As 1968.
1972: As 1968.
1972: Death of Gilberto Parlotti at the Isle of Man TT, leading ultimately to the loss of its championship status.
1973: Deaths of Jarno Saarinen and Renzo Pasolini at the Italian round at Monza.
1974: The Suzuki RG500 is the first square-4 in the 500cc class.
1977: The British Grand Prix moves from the Isle of Man TT to the British mainland.
1980: Patrick Pons (Yamaha 500cc) and Malcolm White (passenger Phil Love) (sidecar) were both killed in the British GP at Silverstone.
1982: The Yamaha OW61 YZR500 is the first V4 in the 500cc class.
1982: Jock Taylor (passenger Benga Johansson)(Windle-Yamaha) was killed at the Finnish sidecar GP. Imatra was subsequently removed from the GP calendar.
1984: Michelin introduces radial tyres in GPs.
1987: Push starts are eliminated.
1988: Wayne Rainey wins the first 500cc race using carbon brakes, at the British GP.
1988: Alfred Heck (passenger Andreas Räcke) was killed in during free practice in the French sidecar GP.
1989: Iván Palazzese (Aprilia) killed in 250cc German GP at Hockenheim.
1990: 500cc grid switches from 5 to 4 bikes per row.
1992: Honda introduces NSR500 with big bang engine.
1993: Shinichi Itoh and fuel-injected NSR500 break the 200 mph (320 km/h) barrier at the German GP at Hockenheim.
1993: Nobuyuki Wakai (Suzuki) killed during the practice session of the 250cc GP in Spain.
1994: Simon Prior, passenger of Yoshisada Kumagaya, on an LCR-ADM, was killed in a crash involving seven outfits in the Sidecar GP at Hockenheim.
1998: 500cc switch to unleaded fuel.
2002: MotoGP replaces 500cc class, allowing 990cc 4-strokes to race alongside 500cc 2-strokes.
2003: Daijiro Kato dies in first race of the season; Suzuka banned because of safety issues at 130R (there had been a serious Formula One crash at the 2002 Japanese Grand Prix in the same section).
2004: MotoGP grid switches from 4 to 3 bikes per row.
2004: Makoto Tamada earns Bridgestone their first MotoGP victory at the Brazilian GP.
2005: MotoGP adopts flag-to-flag rule, allowing riders to pit and switch to bikes fitted with wet- weather tyres and continue if rain begins to fall mid-race.
2007: MotoGP restricted to 800cc 4-strokes.
2008: Dunlop drops out of MotoGP.
2009: Michelin drops out of MotoGP and Bridgestone become sole tyre providers.[5][6]
2009: Kawasaki suspends MotoGP activities for 2009 and considers privateer team.
2010: Moto2 replaces 250cc class, allowing 600cc 4-strokes to race alongside 250cc 2-strokes.
2010: Moto2 rider Shoya Tomizawa killed in Misano.
2011: Moto2 restricted to 600cc 4-strokes.
2011: MotoGP Marco Simoncelli died in Sepang.[7]
2012: Moto3 250cc 4-stroke single cylinder class scheduled to replace the 125cc 2-stroke class.
2012: MotoGP scheduled to raise the maximum engine capacity to 1000cc.

Movies about MotoGP include:

Faster, a documentary film about MotoGP, was released in 2003 and is now available on DVD. The film features appearances by MotoGP’s biggest stars, including Valentino Rossi. Narrated by Ewan McGregor and directed by Mark Neale.
The Doctor, The Tornado and The Kentucky Kid, a documentary on the 2005 United States motorcycle Grand Prix, also directed by Mark Neale.
Fastest a documentary film about the 2010 MotoGP Season.

Video games based upon MotoGP:

SNES

GP-1 (Atlus)
GP-1: Part II (Atlus)

PC

GP500 (Microprose)
MotoGP (THQ)
MotoGP 2 (THQ)
MotoGP 3 (THQ)
MotoGP ’07 (THQ)
MotoGP ’08 (Capcom)

Wii

MotoGP ’08 (Capcom)

Game Boy Advance

MotoGP[16] (THQ)

Xbox

MotoGP:Ultimate Racing Technology (THQ/Climax)
MotoGP:Ultimate Racing Technology 2 (THQ/Climax)
MotoGP:Ultimate Racing Technology 3 (THQ/Climax)

Xbox 360

MotoGP ’06 (THQClimax)
MotoGP ’07 (THQ/Climax)
MotoGP ’08 (Capcom/Milestone)
MotoGP 09/10 (Capcom/Monumental)
MotoGP 10/11 (Capcom/Monumental)

PlayStation 2

MotoGP (Namco)
MotoGP 2 (Namco)
MotoGP 3 (Namco)
MotoGP 4 (Namco)
MotoGP ’07 (Capcom/Milestone)
MotoGP ’08 (Capcom/Milestone)[17]

PlayStation 3

MotoGP ’08 (Capcom/Milestone)
MotoGP 09/10 (Capcom/Monumental)
MotoGP 10/11 (Capcom/Monumental)

PlayStation Portable

MotoGP (Namco)

N-Gage

MotoGP[18] (THQ)

Mobile

MotoGP (THQ)
MotoGP 2 (THQ)
MotoGP 3 (THQ)

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: iPhone 4S GO Launcher Theme

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: iPhone 4S GO Launcher Theme

Description
Great looking theme for GO Launcher that will transform your Android UI to new iPhone 4S look !

1. You must have GO Launcher or Go Launcher Ex installed.
2. To apply the theme open GO Launcher EX : MENU >themes >choose iPhone4S

This is first version so if you like it, contact us at [email protected] with comments/requests how to make it better.

Current icon set(14): calculator,calendar,calls,browser,clock,contacts,gallery,google-maps,home,mail,music,photos,settings,sms.

Disclaimer: This theme is an unofficial product made by few Android developers and has nothing with Apple company.

Latest version: 1.5 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: ChefTap Recipe App

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: ChefTap Recipe App

Description
ChefTap is the first Android app to automatically import your favorite recipes from any web site or blog, without copying and pasting.

ChefTap is the only app on the market that uses an advanced artificial intelligence engine specifically designed to find recipes on any English language web page. With ChefTap, you’re no longer limited to the major corporate recipe sites. Have a favorite food blog? No problem! ChefTap will import those recipes too and give you a link to the original post in case you want to refer back to it.

When it’s time to cook, ChefTap displays recipes in an easy-to-read format.

Check out our video tour below.

Features:
- Import recipes from any web site or blog
- Automatically import your entire recipe box from either Epicurious or allrecipes.com
- Save pictures of recipes from the web site, or attach your own
- Scan your bookmarks for recipes and import them
- No network connection required to view your imported recipes.
- Sort by favorites, new recipes, recently prepared, recently viewed or alphabetically
- Create your own categories like ‘dinner’, ‘vegetarian’, ‘cocktails’ or ‘gluten-free’ so you can stay organized

Don’t get caught empty handed when the zombie horde descends on your Halloween party this year and with Thanksgiving Day, Christmas and New Year’s right around the corner, ChefTap can keep you organized in the kitchen so you can spend more time with family and friends.

We are still in beta, and we will be adding new features, including sharing recipes, shopping lists, and more. We appreciate your feedback. Please visit our website, cheftap.com, and tell us which features you’d like to see.

ChefTap has only been out for a few weeks and already people are importing 3,000 recipes a day from sites like these:
epicurious.com
allrecipes.com
foodnetwork.com
thepioneerwoman.com
101cookbooks.com
smittenkitchen.com
indulgebakery.blogspot.com
thefreshdish.com
www.cookinghealthyforme.com
articles.latimes.comblog.belovedgreen.com
chasingdelicious.com
cheapcooking.com
chefchloe.com
comowater.com
cravingsofalunatic.blogspot.com
curryandcomfort.blogspot.com
diethood.com
dinnersdishesanddesserts.blogspot.com
eatingdeliciously.blogspot.com
en.julskitchen.com
foodslove.blogspot.com
forksknivesandspades.blogspot.com
gingerbreadbagels.com
goonswithspoons.com
gourmeted.com
habeasbrulee.com
lacucinaitalianamagazine.com
bettycrocker.com
campbellskitchen.com
drinksmixer.com
goodfoodchannel.co.uk
kraftrecipes.com
saveur.com
tesco.com
mannadonn.blogspot.com
markbittman.com
www.allthecooks.com
www.bbc.co.uk
www.bigoven.com
www.cdkitchen.com
www.cheapcooking.com
www.deepsouthdish.com
www.cookthink.com
www.chow.com
www.davidlebovitz.com
www.diet.com
www.elanaspantry.com
www.eatingwell.com
www.dixiechikcooks.com
www.food.com
www.foodnetwork.com
www.jamieoliver.com
www.momswhothink.com
www.myrecipes.com
www.realsimple.com
www.recipe.com
www.recipesource.com
www.seriouseats.com
www.taste.com.au
www.vegetariantimes.com
www.williams-sonoma.com

…and that’s just a partial list!

Keywords: recipe organizer; cooking app; recipe importer; food app; foodie; food blog; recipe blog; recipe site importer;

Recent changes:
*** Version b0.9.5.6 ***
Fixed a few issues where ChefTap would get stuck importing.

*** beta 5 ***
Fixed a problem where a message box wouldn’t let the app start

*** beta 4 ***
Fixed a bug where two recipes that referenced each other caused an infinite loop of importing.

*** beta 3 ***
Fixed allrecipes recipe box import
Minor bug fixes

*** beta 2 ***
Fixed an issue with importing recipes from bigoven.com
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Latest version: b0.9.5.6 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)

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How to Watch NHL Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

Cute Android: How to Watch NHL Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

The National Hockey League (NHL; French: Ligue nationale de hockey—LNH) is an unincorporated not-for-profit association which operates a major professional ice hockey league of 30 franchised member clubs, of which 7 are currently located in Canada and 23 in the United States. Headquartered in New York City, the NHL is widely considered to be the premier professional ice hockey league in the world, and one of the major professional sports leagues of the United States and Canada. The Stanley Cup, the oldest professional sports trophy in North America, is awarded annually to the league playoff champion at the end of each season.

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How to Watch NHL Live Streaming on Android, iPhone and iPad

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The 2011–12 NHL season is the 95th season of operation (94th season of play) of the National Hockey League (NHL). It is the fifth consecutive season that opens in Europe with NHL Premiere games. As with the previous season, three events are scheduled: two games will be held in Stockholm, Sweden; one game in Helsinki, Finland; and one game in Berlin, Germany. The season began on October 6, 2011 with the final regular season game on April 7, 2012. The 59th All-Star Game will be held at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Ontario, the home arena of the Ottawa Senators, on January 29, 2012.

During the off-season, the Atlanta Thrashers relocated to Winnipeg, Manitoba to become the Winnipeg Jets. It was the first NHL team relocation since the 1997–98 NHL season when the Hartford Whalers relocated to become the Carolina Hurricanes. The league did not change its divisional structure to accommodate the move, and the Jets take the place of the Thrashers in the Southeast Division. Three ‘enforcer’-type players died during the off-season: Derek Boogaard, Rick Rypien, and Wade Belak, leading to speculation about the effect of fighting on the mental health of players. Several former NHL players died in the September 7, 2011 plane crash involving the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl hockey team in Russia. Among the notables who perished in the plane crash included longtime NHL player and assistant coach Brad McCrimmon, former NHL players Alexander Karpovtsev and Igor Korolev, NHL All-Star Pavol Demitra, and NHL veterans Karel Rachunek, Ruslan Salei, Karlis Skrastins and Josef Vasicek.

Ice hockey is a team sport played on ice, in which skaters use their sticks to hit a puck into the opponent’s net. A fast-paced physical sport, it is most popular in areas that are sufficiently cold for natural reliable seasonal ice cover, such as Canada, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Slovakia, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States. With the advent of indoor artificial ice rinks it has become a year-round pastime in these areas. In North America, the National Hockey League (NHL) is the highest level for men and both the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) and the Western Women’s Hockey League (WWHL) are the highest levels for women. It is the official national winter sport of Canada,[1] where the game enjoys immense popularity.

While there are 68 total members of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), 162 of 177 medals at the IIHF World Championships have been taken by seven nations: Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and the United States.[2][3] Of the 64 medals awarded in men’s competition at the Olympic level from 1920 on, only six did not go to the one of those countries. All 12 Olympic and 36 IIHF World Women’s Championships medals have gone to one of those seven countries, and every gold medal in both competitions has been won by either Canada or the United States

CBC has extended its broadcast contract with the NHL through the 2013–2014 season.

The possible movement of Hockey Night in Canada to another broadcaster caused some controversy and discussion during the 2006–2007 hockey season. Canadian private network CTV had outbid the CBC for Canadian television rights to the 2010 and 2012 Olympics as well as the major television package for curling. The broadcast requirements would have focused on CTV-owned TSN (The Sports Network), a cable channel which already carries Canadian NHL hockey during the week as well as other NHL games throughout the season.

Despite the rumours, it always seemed that CTV was unlikely to be interested in the nightly playoff coverage currently provided by the CBC, since weeknight games in April and May would conflict with new episodes of CTV’s slate of American programming. As well, Hockey Night in Canada could not be used as the name is owned by CBC, unless CTVglobemedia paid royalties to CBC for use of the name.

The new deal allows TSN to expand its coverage, while maintaining the more-than-50-year tradition of Hockey Night in Canada. CBC will be limited in the number of games it can show per team so that the six Canadian-based teams, particularly the Toronto Maple Leafs, can distribute more games to regional carriers, thereby increasing the value of their local packages.

In early September 2007, CBC announced a new Hockey Night in Canada Radio show to air on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 122 (Sports Play-by-Play 1) beginning October 1. While the broadcaster trumpeted the launch as the return “back to the radio airwaves” for HNIC,[9] the program does not feature actual game coverage. Sirius’ HNIC Radio is separate entity on which only a few of CBC’s HNIC commentators regularly appear. The program is hosted by Canadian sports broadcaster Jeff Marek.

As of October 2007, Scotiabank has branded itself with the pregame, Scotiabank Hockey Tonight. Starting in 2008, the USA version of NHL Network began to carry HNIC doubleheaders. In addition, the CBC package includes the annual NHL Winter Classic outdoor games held on New Year’s Day in a USA city.

NHL Live! – A television simulcast of the XM Satellite Radio show NHL Live!. Airs Monday to Friday from noon to 2 p.m. and is rebroadcast from 5 to 7 p.m.

Top 10 – A nightly countdown show of anything hockey, from great performances to memorable moments.

Frozen in Time – A look back at the NHL’s greatest moments from players, teams, and special events.

NHL All Access – A behind-the-scenes look at the NHL, featuring exclusive game coverage, interviews with players, and much more.

NHL Cool Shots – A behind-the-scenes look at NHL players and their lives away from the rink.

NHL on the Fly – The network’s signature show, airing nightly during the regular season. Features news and reports, interviews and constant updates and live segments from games in progress with hosts Dan Pollard and Brian Duff. Also features analysis from ex-coach Gary Green and former players Dave Reid, Larry Murphy, Kevin Weekes, Bob Errey, Bill Berg, Mike Johnson, and former Calgary Flames general manager Craig Button.

NHL on the Fly: Final – A wrap-up of the all the day’s games. Airs nightly following NHL on the Fly.

Classic Series – Highlights from past Stanley Cup Playoffs series. Airs daily.

Vintage Games – A whole NHL game from the past aired in its entirety.

The NHL on NBC is the branding used for NBC’s telecasts of National Hockey League games. While NBC has covered the league at various points in its history, the NHL returned to NBC from ABC beginning in 2006, with its current contract with the league running until the year 2021. As of 2011, its coverage includes weekly regular season games on Sunday afternoons, an outdoor game played on New Year’s Day, and coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs shared with the league’s cable partner Versus (which will become NBC Sports Network in 2012).

The NHL on Versus was the former branding used for National Hockey League games broadcast on Versus. Versus became the NHL’s cable partner in the United States beginning in the 2005-06 season from previous partner ESPN, providing coverage of regular season games, playoff games, and select games from the Stanley Cup Finals.

Before the beginning of the 2011-12 season, Comcast, the owners of Versus, acquired a majority stake in NBC Universal, parent company of the NBC network, who is the NHL’s current broadcast television partner. As a result of this merger (and the impending relaunch of Versus as the NBC Sports Network), all NHL telecasts on Versus began to be branded under the NHL on NBC name as of the 2011-12 season.

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Remember The Milk

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Remember The Milk

Description
Take your to-do list anywhere with this feature-packed app; never forget the milk (or anything else) again. Remember The Milk (RTM) for Android connects with the popular online service of the same name. With millions of users worldwide, Remember The Milk is everywhere you are: from your phone, to the web, to your Google apps, and more.

“This app represents mobile task management at it finest.” – Mashable

Key Features:
• Add and complete tasks on the go.
• Sync with Remember The Milk online (limit once every 24 hours). Great for backing up your tasks and notes.
• Organize the way you want to with priorities, due dates, time estimates, repeating, lists, tags, and more.
• Search your tasks and notes, and save your favourite searches as Smart Lists.
• See tasks nearby and plan the best way to get things done.
• And more! See www.rmilk.com/android for details.

Pro Features:
★ Unlimited auto-syncing with Remember The Milk online.
★ Keep in sync with your tasks on multiple devices.
★ Get reminded with notifications for tasks due or nearby.
★ Widgets and badge goodness for your home screen.
★ And more! See www.rmilk.com/pro for details.

Follow Us For Updates:
twitter.com/rememberthemilk
facebook.com/rememberthemilk
blog.rememberthemilk.com

Recent changes:
Important Changes! The basic app is now free for everyone, and includes sync with Remember The Milk online (limit once every 24 hours). Some features are now exclusive to Pro:

★ Unlimited auto-syncing with Remember The Milk online.
★ Keep in sync with your tasks on multiple devices.
★ Get reminded with notifications for tasks due or nearby.
★ Widgets and badge goodness for your home screen.
(See www.rmilk.com/pro)

Learn more about the changes at www.rmilk.com/android/changes
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Latest version: 2.0.0 (for all Android versions)

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Remember The Milk for Android on AppBrain

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Photo Warp

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Photo Warp

Description
This app will melt your face!

Just take a picture then warp, bend and distort it to your heart’s content.
Make yourself skinnier, buff yourself up or enlarge any body parts that might need some enlargement ;) Or go crazy and have fun putting several pounds of fat on your friends or giving them the biggest cheese-eating grin you can imagine. With Photo Warp, you too can be an instant, super-cheap plastic surgeon!

How hilarious can you be?

Features:

- Warp tool (Moves pixels around as you drag the cursor),
- Pinch and Bloat tools (Move pixels towards/away from the center of your brush)
- The unique Reconstruct brush (gradually resets the picture to its original state as you brush over it)

- Set brush size and hardness
- Fast and responsive (real-time) manipulation even on older devices!
- Use any picture to warp whether it’s from your camera or any photo from your device
- Save pictures to your device or SD card
- Installing to SD card is supported
- More to come soon!

Tags:
warp, warper, distort, distortion, bend, morph, morpher, liquid, liquify, goo, melt, melter, caricature, comic, camera, photo, picture, image, booth, face, rubber, stretch, fun, funny, hilarious, plastic surgery, plastic surgeon, correct, fat, skinny
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Latest version: 1.0 (for all Android versions)

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Photo Warp for Android on AppBrain

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Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Ice Cream Sandwich (theme)

Cute Android: Cute Free Android Apps for Users: Ice Cream Sandwich (theme)

Description
Features
★ New graphics for dock bar (ADW & Go)!
★ Themed search widget (ADW only)!
★ Honeycomb system icons! (placeholder)
★ Wallpaper pack included
★ ADW Theme support
★ Launcher Pro theme support (limited to icons)
★ Go Launcher EX theme support
★ Support for Desktop Visualizer
★ Support for Folder Organizer

Notes

★This is a theme intended to replicate the look of Android 4.0′s launcher & icons. The icons included are to replicate a stock experience and not an interpretation, therefore there won’t be any additions other then system apps.

★Regarding ‘MovetoSD’ availability: If the app is moved to SD Card, you risk the custom icons not loading properly because of how the system loads the SD card.

★Launcher Pro users may need to wipe data if they are having ‘Force Close’ issues. Phone Settings > Applications > Manage Applications, choose Launcher Pro, select ‘Clear Data’ and then try to load the icons again.

★If you are having trouble – EMAIL US! Seriously, send us an email and help us to help you.

★DESIGNED FOR HDPI. YOUR RESULTS MAY VARY WITH OTHER SCREEN RESOLUTIONS★

Tags: koveleski, adwtheme, iconpack, gingerbread, google

Recent changes:
*Fixed popup about GO
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Latest version: 1.0.1 (for all Android versions)

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Ice Cream Sandwich (theme) for Android on AppBrain

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