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Freeware is a term used for computer software that may be used legally without paying for it. Even this definition is extremely broad. The freeware I list on my site must not contain spyware or other types of malware and must not be a time limited demo.

Illegal use of commercial software is unnecessary because of the large amount of high quality freeware available. Sometimes freeware can be better than the commercial software it was made to replace. I figure that most people are unaware that most of these freeware programs even exist and so I am trying to promote them on my website. Think about it this way - if the FBI were to raid your house, how many years in prison would you get for having pirated software on your computer? Hopefully my site will allow you to reduce, if not completely eliminate, your prison term.   :P

Solitaire

Solitaire is a collection of Klondike (normal solitaire), Freecell, Spider, and Forty Thieves card games. It uses the touch screen, has multiple undo, and keeps track of your statistics.

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Coloroid

Coloroid is a game where you turn a grid of multiple colored boxes into one solid color in a limited amount of turns. It is simple, fun, and addictive. The repetitive game play can get old, but so does solitaire card games and both are still a great way to pass short amounts of time.

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Bubble

Bubble uses the accelerometer to turn your Android powered device into a virtual level. It is surprisingly accurate and can be calibrated if it isn't reading correctly.

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The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel lets you view detailed weather forecast for one or more locations. The Weather Channel uses the location determination abilities of Android to allow you to play local video forecasts and severe weather alerts. It can display several overlays on top of Google Maps, such as cloud cover, rainfall, and radar.

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Flashlight

Flashlight is a very simple application that turns the brightness to 100%, prevents the screen from going to sleep, goes fullscreen and displays a white background.

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Last.fm

Last.fm is a streaming audio application that keeps tracks of what songs you like or dislike and recommends new music based on your taste. The interface is simple and displays the album art as well as the controls. Loading the song initially can be slow, but it only rarely has to pause to rebuffer.

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ShopSavvy

ShopSavvy uses the camera in your Android powered device to scan a barcode, uses the GPS to determine your location, and displays a list of prices from the Internet and local stores. ShopSavvy can call the store, give you driving directions, or take you to the website.

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KeePassDroid

KeePassDroid is an Android version of KeePass, an open source password manager. It is very handy to be able to take your passwords with you wherever you go. Right now it can only view your passwords and create new ones, not edit existing entries.

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Divide and Conquer

Divide and Conquer is a game where you try to capture bouncing balls in the smallest area possible (like an old game called Jezzball for the PC).

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BuzzOff

BuzzOff can put your phone on vibrate or silent mode until either a specified amount of time passes or after you move a certain distance from your current location. I used to always forget to turn my ringer back on after I put my phone on vibrate, but now I can just schedule a time and BuzzOff does all of the work for me.

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