That’s how much we’re gonna paying for gas tomorrow =)
1- Expincers (Bank Audi Support) (5/5)
I just made my first credit card, and shuffling that with my internet card, savings account and debit card is sometimes confusing. Also, I hate going to the bank, and who the hell still uses paid SMS? With this awesome app, you just sign in with your Bank Audi online account, and it automatically tracks everything you spend with your cards. You can also add your cash withdrawals and categorize each transaction, and make a cute pie chart.
What’s useful about this app is it really helps you keep track of how much you’re spending. It also helps you keep track of your budget, and helps you sniff out all those pesky bank fees which they don’t SMS you about (sneaky bastards). If you’re an Android user and a Bank Audi customer, this is a MUST-HAVE. Love it. I just wish it would automatically categorize obvious things like restaurants into the “restaurants” category for example, but, otherwise flawless.
2- LBCI News (3/5)
I don’t know why, but instead of grouping everything into one, neat, comprehensive app like MTV, LBCI has chosen to develop several apps such as LBCI, LBCI News and Kalam Ennas. If you’re a news junkie though, this app is cool. It has breaking news notifications (in arabic) and does that cleanly without misbehaving in terms of wasting megabytes.
3- SMS Leb (5/5)
Alfa and MTCtouch rape us with their fees and rape us again with their poor, poor, poor service. So, making use of the measly 5 free SMSes per day does have its satisfaction. However, the assholes now added the stupid “verification” code when you want to send an SMS, making it even more of a hassle, especially from your mobile browser.
This app is extremely simple and does what it says perfectly. Just sign in, punch in the number, type your message and send. And voila, sent. No verification, no waiting for it to load, no lag in SMS time. So, download it and make use of the “gift” our crappy providers have given us. Also, there is one for Alfa and one for MTCtouch, making it even simpler.
4- Beirut Electricity Cut Off (3/5)
Personally, I step out of the door and press the stairwell button to see if its electricity or “moteur”. But, for you app freaks, I’ve added in this app. I don’t like it because it’s basically a widget-maker only. You have to get all the information, like when the electricity cuts off in your area, and for how long. So, it’s not very useful in terms of predicting the cut offs itself, it just presents whatever you now in a widget format. But, it’s nice to have it in case some Apple fanboy flaunts their version of the app.