While it doesn’t include anything groundbreaking, the newest Dropbox update forAndroid intros a few handy features. Perhaps most prominent is the new notifications feed, where you can access your latest account activity via the bell icon on the app menu. That could be super useful if you share folders with friends or co-workers, but if not, you can now also email them images and videos from within the app. To do so, simply find the option under the Share umbrella and go to town forwarding your memes. Finally, Dropbox, in hopes of enticing you to shell out for its services, can now auto-fill your credit card details if you take a pic of your plastic. We’ve embedded screenshots of the new features after the break for those who’d like to get a peek before downloading the update.
Source : http://www.engadget.com/2013/11/20/dropbox-android-notification-send-to-contact/
A single app that can serve as an automatic silencer, a notification tool, an alarm clock and a task manager, targeting the entire productivity cycle under a simple user interface.
Based on the rules you add, the app will:
■ switch your phone to silent while you sleep / wake you up with an alarm / remind you of a note / vibrate
■ daily, weekly or just once
■ on certain days or between certain days
■ at certain times or between certain times
■ plus: you can also add tasks and use it as a todo list
■ share your list with friends or make a backup by emailing it to yourself in human readable form. That same backup can be imported back into the app by copy/pasting it
■ extra filter controls and reminder text when you turn the device to landscape
■ Ring Mode widget: change the ringer mode (mute/vibrate/loud)
Created by Teodore Filimon
Grab it to your Android device here