Puluwai is an Android application that allows you to quickly and easily browse real estate property listings in your area of interest. You can locate properties by either entering a location or by using Android's GPS functions
From public sources of news or reference content like Wikipedia to your indispensable personal data, Upvise makes it easy to sync information between your mobile phone and your web account. and access on-the-go
PuzzlesAndroidVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 3 May 09 Tags: Games
The Puzzles package contains a collection of 27 small one-player puzzle games, which were initially developed by Simon Tatham for Unix, Windows, and Mac OS X.
The actual games in this collection are re-implementations of many well known classic puzzles
AndPishti is an Android version of the popular Turkish card game "Pishti" (pronounced "pishti"). It supports single player and multi player options.
However, in short playing the Jack or the same numbered card with the top of pile gets the pile
MagesAndroidVersion: 1.0.1 Upload date: 3 May 09 Tags: Games
Mages is multiplayer client/server game engine for Android and other mobile devices (currently Android and J2ME devices are supported, development for Windows Mobile in the progress). It allows developers to create internet multiplayer games by implementing only core game logic and GUI by using powerful engine API
NetScramble is a port of the KDE game KNetWalk. The player is given a network diagram with the parts of the network randomly rotated; he/she must rotate them to connect all the terminals to the server.
Scrambled Net detects the screen size of the device it's running in, and configures the board appropriately
Android Blackjack by Kenneth Riggio is a variation of the most popular casino card games in the world to the Android mobile platform.
The author ported this program in attempt to learn about the new mobile platform. Thus there are some error messages popping here and there, but it's rather playable
Connect Four (also known as Plot Four, Four In A Row, and Four In A Line) is a two-player board game in which the players take turns in dropping alternating colored discs into a seven-column, six-row vertically-suspended grid