Unread Badge has reached 100,000 downloads again!
(Discontinued previous version 'Gmail Unread Counter' had reached ~100,000 downloads)
There is a good news if your emails are very important to you.
As we celebrate our 100,000 downloads, we want to also announce the release of the version 2.0.
We have included the notification sound feature.
- Beta version 0.2.0 released!
We are currently developing an app called 'Photoholic'.
Photoholic is for people who like to see photos that others have taken at the location you are at. So if you are in front of the Eiffel Tower, then you can simply launch this app and you will see all cool photos taken from the Eiffel Tower and surroundings.
See photos and get inspired.
The app is currently in development. Soon you will be able to see what kind of photos you can take if you are to buy a certain lens, read news, and compare specs.
Please try and let us know what you think.
- Popular photos (ready)
- Photos by location (ready)
- Photos by camera (ready)
- Photos by lenses (ready)
- News and rumors (coming soon)
- Specs (ready)
- Reviews (coming soon)
How to become a beta tester:
1. You must have a Gmail account (Android owners should have one)
2. Join the EllevSoft G+ community. Simply click 'Join' button.
3. Click link below. It will direct you to the Play Store for beta testers.
Note: Sometimes you have to wait a bit after clicking 'become a tester'.
If there is any improvements required or have a suggestion, then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you often loose your bluetooth devices and have no idea where you have put them?
This app is for you.
Link: Find Bluetooth Devices
For those who don't realize whether they had a missed call:
Missed Call+ (Alarm)
For those who miss a call because the phone is in silent mode:
What is it?
• A simple digital photo frame app that downloads photos from emails received
• This is a simple and intuitive version of a digital photo frame for (but not limited to) seniors
It automatically restores from the silent/vibration mode.
(e.g. Before a movie starts, put your phone into silent mode and set 2 hours in SM+. SM+ will restore the volume in 2 hours)
'Gmail Unread Counter' (paid version) is ranked #1 in Top new paid, Communication category in the United States.
Step by Step procedure
Disclaimer : Use at your own risk. We have no official affiliation to DropSync or DropBox.
Step 1: Sign up for a DropBox account if you don't already have one: https://www.dropbox.com/
Step 2: (Android device) Install 'DropSync' app from 'ttxapps'
Step 3: (Android device) Install 'Social Frame HD' app from 'EllevSoft' (If you didn't already installed)
Step 4: (Android device) Launch 'DropSync' app.
Step 5: Click on "Link with Dropbox" button. You will see either Dropbox or a web browser being launched to grant access permission. (If you already have Dropbox app, you will see the first one below. If not, second one). Login your account and allow access.
Step 6: Click 'Next'
Step 7: Click 'New Folder'
Step 10: Click on 'Select' button
Step 11: Click 'New Folder'
Step 12: Create a new folder called: 'SyncToAndroid'
Step 13: Click on 'SyncToAndroid' folder
Step 14: Click on 'Select' button
Step 15: Click on 'Two-way' button
Step 16: You have couple options:
1. Two-way: I don't suggest this option. If you delete a photo from a DropBox folder sometime later, the same photo on Android device will also be deleted. Therefore, you will be limited to store 2GB of photos only (for free version).
2. Download only: If you want to have another copy of the photos on DropBox sure. If not, don't use this option.
3. Download then delete: As soon as the photos are downloaded to the Android device, then the photos will be deleted. This will save Dropbox space and also uploader (if different person) can know if the photos have been copied to the device by seeing the files don't exist anymore on DropBox folder.
Step 18: You are finished with the setup on DropSync
Step 19: Click on the menu on top-right, then 'Settings'.
Step 20: Photos will not be downloaded to the Android device as soon as you upload it. There is an AutoSync interval period. By default it is set as 1 hour. 1 hour is a reasonable interval period for regular use. I also suggest 'once a day' if you don't mind at most one day delay. Because you can always do manual sync by clicking on 'menu -> Sync Now'. If the interval is shorter, then the internet usage will go higher; if the interval is longer, then at most delay time will be longer.
Step 21: (From Computer) Login at www.dropbox.com. Then go to 'SyncToAndroid' folder. Either click on 'upload' icon on top or drag-and-drop some photos on top of big red box below.
Step 23: (Android device) Launch DropSync app and press 'menu->Sync Now'. The photos you uploaded will be downloaded to the device.
Warning : Make sure you do step 21~23 first before you do step 24~25. Because if you don't have any photos in 'DropBox' folder (in Android device), 'DropBox' folder will not be displayed at step 25.
Step 24: (Android device) Launch 'Social Frame' app. Click on 'Settings' and then 'Add/Remove Photos...'.
Step 25: Select 'DropBox' folder. Make sure this folder is 'checked'(it means entire photos in this folder are selected). If only partial photos are selected within 'DropBox' folder, new photos that you upload to DropBox folder will not be displayed at Social Frame automatically. Click 'Done' button.
You are now finished. Enjoy~