Friday, December 7, 2012

Home replacement with applocker inside

Well, we are online now. 

distant Control is a via browser accessible home-app with integrated applocker for people, which want to define what apps are executable on their smartphones and tablets.

distant control needs no root. System apps can be blocked as well. Blocked apps are hidden and not visible by users.
Android-smarthones and tablets are growing in popularity for business increasingly. But behind that there are many issues because of employees which using not only apps you have defined. You don’t want them using Facebook, Twitter or games?
This issue can be fixed by using distant Control. You can define apps which should be used by your employees using a browser-based console.
The requirement to configure each smarthone or tablet seperate is the disadvantage of marketable app-locker. distant Control goes one step further: configure all your devices with help of a browser!
You can try out distant Control as a local demo or you can use all features online for 14 days with up to 5 devices without any costs.

- Home-Replacement
- Permit/Forbid execution of apps
- Central maintenance of your devices and apps
- Inventory of your devices and apps
- Create profiles to configure your devices easily

distant Control - home-app with applocker inside on Google Play

distant Control - home replacement with app-locker inside

Today we publish a new app in Google Play names "distant Control"

distant Control is a via browser accessible home-app with AppLocker inside for people, which want to define what apps are executable and visible on their smartphones and tablets.

We post a link to Google Play as soon we are ready.

Read more about this home-app with app-locker

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Support issues

If you have any support issues, please use the contact form on think Android homepage. Comments are not related to posts will not be approved.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

AppMonster FAQ created

Some questions are often asked. So I created a little AppMonster FAQ, How to, Help site. Currently, only a few questions to be answered, if necessary, this list completed.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Call Log for Quick Calendar Event

I wonder if the Quick Calendar Event should also store phone calls in the google calendar. Certain numbers could be assigned to categories, so you could track you phone-talk-time automatically as well.

Any thoughts?

Friday, October 12, 2012

Go to twitter

Well, everybody is on twitter. I really don't know why, but ... me too now :)


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

AppMonster Pro 2.6.0 - Update

The main change is the setting for "what happens if I uninstall an app?"
Now you can define four different things should happen:

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Android Mobile Device Management

In addition to developing Android apps we are working on an Mobile Device Management solution called "distant Control".

Currently we are in the beta phase and looking for testers.

Read more about Mobile Device Management for Android.
Get free Trial Account to support us as a beta-tester.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

A new feature for AppMonster soon

The next version of AppMonster Backup Restore is already in development. I change the process of app uninstall.

Setting will be extended and user can say: if I uninstall an app ...

  • delete all app-backups as well
  • delete only backup-files, let the market-links there
  • ask me every time

Is that all right? Not? Any thoughts?

Friday, September 21, 2012

AppMonster - An update is coming soon

We are still working on the AppMonster Backup Restore. The upcoming update will clean especially some bugs and make the interface more usable on tablets.

In next steps, this App Backup Tool will be more adapted to Android 4.0 and get an modern Actionbar with a searchview and so on.

Still later, the settings will be expanded. Mainly the backup settings.

Feel free to tell us your thoughts.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Unexpected update of AppMonster

A small but important update of AppMonster was published a few minutes ago.

Version 2.5.3:
Several bugs and crashes have been fixed. 
Minor improvements for Android greater than 3.0

AppMonster PRO on Google Play

AppMonster PRO on AndroidPIT

Download trial version of AppMonster PRO

If you still have issues please contact us.

Quick Calendar Event for Android Tablets Update 1.5.0

Version 1.5.0 is online now!

This version of Quick Calendar Event - Timerecording for Android was optimized for Android Tablets.

Quick Calendar Event 1.5.0 get an Actionbar for Android devices with Android >=3.0 and some layout improvements for Android Tablets. Here are two screenshots of Google Nexus 7:

Timerecording for Android Tablets

Monday, September 17, 2012

Quick Calendar Event - Timesheet for Android - ver. 1.5.0

Timesheet App for Android
We are working on an update for Quick Calendar Event - Timesheet App for Android. This great but misunderstood timesheet tool, gets three new features.

Default event duration 

You can specify there a default value like: 5/15/30/60 minutes.

Auto. Updating of the end time

If you change the start time of an event the end time will be changed es well according to default event duration.

Round up, round off

Now you have more choise: do not round / round up / round off the start, round up the end

Friday, September 14, 2012

New think Android Homepage!

The website about our Android Apps for Tablets and Smartphones was fully reworked!

What is new:

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Homepage redesign

It's time again to redesign our main site. Sick of wordpress, really. So we use twitter bootstrap now as CSS framework to create a simple and fast website optimized for tablets and smartphones.

So, we are working ;)

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Support Forum goes off

Some users may have noticed that our support forum was turned off. The reason is very simple: very few visitors, a lot of spammers. As it stands, users no need our support forum, our apps work well enough ;)

Maybe someday the forum is reactivated.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

We blog again

After we have tried a lot of things to get better relationship to our users. Things like: Google+, Facebook, a Support Forum. Now the decision is: an old good blog is much better.

So we blog again!