Flowd is a simple music lovers app. It lets you follow your favourite music artists through concerts, events and clubs. It’s the FourSquare of music lovers. The app is free and lists cool artits like Armin on their follow list. Flowd is published by Digia, a Finnish based company excelling in mobile solutions. It’s currently supported for iPhone/iPad, Android and Symbian OS. Not so surprisingly – BlackBerry was ignored.
PowerMax by VoltUp has a solution for your Android phone. Voltup intelligently manages the various radios on Android devices, including 2G/3G/4G, WiFi, FM, GPS, Bluetooth. VoltUp puts these radios to sleep when the user wants to trade functionality for battery life. This significantly prolongs battery life – up to twice as much! VoltUp offers a free version. A permanent license can be purchased once the free trial concludes. Over 300,000 copies of PowerMax have been installed (as reported by Flurry).Tried of drained batteries? Well,
EventKaddy creates mobile event guides for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Mobile. The EventKaddy apps are designed to promote events/trade shows/conferences by offering visitors with up to date information. Event schedules, attendee lists and exhibitors information can be updated on the fly, and seamlessly appear on the mobile app. Maps and sponsor messages can also be added.