RepoName 1.2

RepoName The only visual change with version 1.2 of RepoName is a new icon. You can get RepoName via the BigBoss source.

RepoName 1.0b

RepoName The update to version 1.0b of RepoName, a sources searching application, adds it to the BigBoss source and makes a few visual changes to the application. The first change you will notice is that the application has received a new icon. When you open the RepoName, there is also a new lower menu bar with the options; Featured, Search, List and Activate. The Featured option will give you information about the app such as bugs, features, whats to come and credits, the Search option is the same as in previous versions, the List option has not be activated yet and Activate will give you a pop-up with the ability to [Read more…]

RepoName 1.1b

RepoName There have been a few changes to RepoName since the last time I did a review of it. The splash screen has changed so that it no longer says Dav Team (because I guess they no longer exist). The UI of the application has also changed slightly…the search bar has been moved to the top of the screen and the enter button goes all the way across the bottom of the screen. The application now contains over 600 applications in it’s database. However, [Read more…]

RepoName 0.02b

RepoName There are no visual changes with version 0.02b of RepoName. Though, it does fix it so that you can enter the title of an app with any capitalization and it will find the app. So, you could search for VWallPaper (when the title of the app is actually vWallpaper) and it will still find it. Though, I am a little confused because the developer’s site says that it is version 0.10b but, I only have 0.02b in the Installer. Though, the capitalization fix works on the version I have (0.02b). So, I’m not sure what the deal is! A very good update none the less! RepoName is available through the DavTeam source.

RepoName 0.02b

RepoName 0.01b

RepoName RepoName is an app that allows you to find an application’s source by entering the title of the application. When the app opens, you will see a place where you can enter the title of the application you are looking for. Once you have entered the title, tap Enter. It will then display the url for the source that the app is in. For example, if I search for StreetFlow, it will give me the url for the iApp-a-Day source. If the source url is too long… [Read more…]