Be honest, every now and then you let it play out to see the madness and then reload and try again... its like going on a suicide run in xcom or souls game killing all NPC's and then backing up and trying again... sometimes carnage is good!
@tea: Except work, SMT5. lol. Into super endgame now. Busy fusing a kick ass team of demons to beat the final bosses.
That and trying to beat the True Demon
It's where you can fight the main character from Nocturn ( SMT3: Lucifer's Call over here) who is a SUPER BOSS! Tough as nails.
So far kicked my ass over and over and over. Haven't even gotten close to beating him.
So I am thinking of getting a new couch and moving my lounge around. Found this really awesome small free app called Floor Plan Creator. It does everything I need and is super easy to use. Using it for Android. Not sure if its on any other OS.
I've been going a bit nuts on apps as of late. Highly recommend these Android beauties!
- Nova Launcher
Awesome for creating custom home screens. The wonderful thing about Android is its potential for custom designs. I use Nova launcher, Zooper and small white icons to create my home screen.
Pretty much the best list-making app out there. There is a Chrome extension so it syncs with your other devices. You can also add other people to lists. It's great for when you're working on a project with other people, or simply a good way of keeping track of everything from your shopping lists, to movies you wanna see, etc.
- Double Twist
Available for iOS, Android and PC. It allows you to organise your media on your smartphone and sync it with your computer ala iTunes.
- Lightning Bug
For those who find it difficult to fall asleep, this nice little app plays the sounds of a lightning storm with a timer.
Recently launched in SA, Uber is an app that allows you to call a taxi cab within Joburg, Cape Town and Durban (not sure if/when other cities will be added). It's an international service. Sign up with your credit card and pay for the cab upfront, so no running up the bill while sitting at robots etc. I dont use cabs myself, but I think its great to have if you're stuck with no lift or have been drinking. You can see your driver on the map in real time so u know exactly when they're about to arrive. From what I've heard, the rate is pretty much the same as any old cab service, except with Uber you're collected in a Merc, BMW or Audi. Not too shabby.
Clean Master – Nice little app to keep track of your phones storage and the apps running on it. You can customise a “kill list” to boost the memory with one tap.
Audio Manager –This app lets you hide media files. It can likely be put to more…mmm… “secretive” use, but for me it just cleans up the phones gallery. I had a ton of album images my phone for my music player and these were cluttering up and slowing my gallery.
This is FANTASTIC. It's an app for iPhone and Android (not sure about other smartphones) and you can access it on your computer by visiting their website.
Basically how it works is that it uses your current services you use on the web (everything, seriously, GMail, Nest, Hue, Twitter, Evernote) and you create recipes so that specific actions occur between these services automatically.
Some of the recipes I use to stay organised include:
-If I "star" an email in my Gmail, it gets added to my Reminders app on my phone
- If I take a photo on my iPhone, it uploads it to Dropbox (Dropbox's for iOS is very inefficient on its own for this)
- If I add an email from Gmail to my Evernote label, it gets uploaded to my Evernote account.
- If there will be rain tomorrow, send me an email to let me know.
- Everyday at 6am, add the day's weather report to my Google calendar.
These are quite simply recipes, and you can make your own or browse through the many recipes other users have created to use for yourself.
I especially love the "internet of things" recipes, such as for those who have Nest thermostats or Philips Hue lights (not available here yet, but I'm so keen for Hue lights).
You can set it up to pick up on the weather for the day and adjust your home lighting automatically in response. Or you can set up your thermostat to start heating up your home once your phone picks up that you've left work for the day (save electricity and walk into a toasty warm house )
It's pretty insane all the possibilities of this app. I've only just started using it but I have a feeling it's gonna help me a lot, especially with my business.
I had IF (previously IFTTT) for a month or so before I realised I personally never use it. The few things I would use it for are already provided to me by apps (sports scores)or I can't use yet (automatically connecting wifi at home, etc). It looks like a good forerunner for a perfect Internet of Things app, but just not useful for me yet.
That GridWatch app recommendation was great, thanks @Corrosive
All my recommendations would go with football related apps (typical, I know). Unless someone wants my take on that I'll skip those though.
One app I love is Wally which is a great way to find Wallpapers. You can filter searches by specific resolution, you can search tags, and you can save favourites and even set a wallpaper right from the app.
Next is SA Fuel. It gives useful updates of the petrol or diesel price. It has notifications if you wish, and it tracks the fuel price as far back as 2008.