04
May
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Last Updated: May 19th, 2012

Building apps can be a tough task. It can be difficult visualizing how the functionality of an app and its UI work together before you have a working model. Prototyper aims to alleviate some of that stress by letting you build what appears to be a functional app, without that messy business of it having to work.

This contest is now over. Here are our winners, selected at random:
  • MJ
  • Deepu Mukundan

Congratulations, guys - all of you will be contacted for your information in the near future!

06
Sep
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The WakeVoice license giveaway attracted over 600 entries, and after sorting through all of them and picking 20 at random, we're ready to congratulate the following folks and send them free licenses:

  • the dark magician
  • Kalpik Nigam
  • Aurelien
  • Azazel11
  • Peter C
  • Kree Terry
  • GambitPat
  • Chimera
  • Krump
  • Raj
  • L
  • Noe
  • Cal
  • the1who
  • Aphex
  • cryogenic
  • Richard Callanan
  • holmgren
  • Gerrit
  • BeatBlaster

We've passed your emails along to WakeVoice, so you should be getting your codes shortly.

01
Sep
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Last Updated: September 6th, 2011

WakeVoice

There are dozens of alternative alarms out there, but ever since I discovered WakeVoice way back in November, it's been my favorite. The biggest reason: I can lay in bed for a few minutes after I wake up and not feel bad about it since WakeVoice reads me the weather and news (it can also read your horoscope and, depending on your phone, your calendar). The app uses the stock Android speech synthesis voice, but third-party voices are linked from within the app and can be purchased.

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