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    Default Android Ukulele Apps

    What useful apps is everyone using for Android?

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    chordfinder: UChord
    chromatic tuner (not as comfortable as my Planet Waves clip-on, but still useful): DaTuner (Lite)

    and for the fun of it ("Look, I can play on my mobile uke") My Ukulele
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    Soprano Concert Tenor Bass
    Makala MK-S (Baton Rouge SU-BW)
    Kala SSTU-FMCP (ukuMele FC)
    Makala Waterman (ukuMele)
    Firefly Walnut (Aquila)
    Flight TUS50 (ukuMele)
    Flea M-42 (Worth CM-LG)
    Koa Pili Koko Acacia (Aquila CGDA)
    Big Island KTO-CT (ukuMele)
    Blackbird Clara
    Pono MTDX8 (Worth BM) Kala Ubass EM-FS (Aquila Red)

    more about all my ukuleles on just.4str.in

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    G-strings is a good tuner, IMHO,

    Chordfinders include DS Ukulele, Chordophone, Fretter Lite (free with ads), Ukulele Fretboard, chordcracker

    Mobile Metronome is also good, imho. It is puzzling to me how there could be so many metronome apps that do not keep time, but they are out there.

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    Thanks all for the input, I just got a transformer and want to load some useful apps. Thanks!!

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    G-Strings is a good chromatic tuner

    Sound Meter Lite is a sound level meter that will help you monitor decible levels and also find weak and hot spots in a room when setting up sound.

    TV.com allows you to watch television shows on your Transform

    Memory fills up fast on the Transform. I used to own one and now have a Galaxy S II Epic 4G. To clear the memory on the Transform:

    1. Select your Internet browser
    2. Select the Menu Button (It looks like a small stack of papers at the bottom of your phone)
    3. Select Settings
    4. Select Clear Cache and OK
    5. Select Clear History and OK
    6. Select Clear all cookie data and OK
    7. Select Reset to default and OK
    8. Select the Home button at the bottom of the phone
    9. Hold the power button down and select Power Off and OK.
    10. When the phone powers down, Take off the back and take out the battery for one minute
    11. Put the battery back in the phone and snap the back on
    12. Hold the power button down until the phone starts to reboot

    You will thank me later for this memory clearing information. It will save you trips back to the phone store when you think your phone is broken. Ric
    Last edited by ricdoug; 07-29-2012 at 09:00 PM.

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    Also, go to http://www.cellphoneshop.net and get extra batteries and battery chargers for your Transform for $6 Bucks. The model number for your Transform will be on the phone. You have to take the battery out to see it. It's probably an m920 or m930. Ric

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    GuitarTapp is the best thing I've found for searching/storing song tabs and chords. It has a setting to display uke chords (with variations); it has an auto-scroll feature; you can set up setlists; and unlike ukulele-tabs, all lyrics are displayed. Like the Chordie website, it's basically a aggregator of other chord sites' content, but it formats really well on my Android tablet.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...itartapp&hl=en

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpedaci View Post
    GuitarTapp is the best thing I've found for searching/storing song tabs and chords. It has a setting to display uke chords (with variations); it has an auto-scroll feature; you can set up setlists; and unlike ukulele-tabs, all lyrics are displayed. Like the Chordie website, it's basically a aggregator of other chord sites' content, but it formats really well on my Android tablet.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...itartapp&hl=en
    I just installed it, please let me know how you changed it to show uke chords.

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