My [unnamed]

Unfortunately we have been asked to removed this free app by the company involved. They don’t want to provide an easy app for you or have anyone else do it for them.

This application did let you quickly and easily view your [unnamed] account, what points you got when and where wrapped up in an easy to use statement. It also includes a virtual [unnamed] card that can be scanned at stores with optical scanners (The older laser based scanners don’t work on digital devices). It also shows you some useful information and statistics on you usage and earning in monthly and average blocks as well as your current balance.

  • Virtual  Card
  • Balance and other statistics
  • Statements of all activity

 

MBS Pro

MBS Pro gives you quick and easy access to the complete  Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) fee schedule alongside data from RMFS, health funds and other sources. Through folders, favourites and a powerful search technology it gets you the right information you need in a few quick touches.

  •  Full MBS Schedule
  •  Works 100% off-line
  •  Full RMFS schedule is optionally available
  •  A growing list of Health Funds (with Fees for all States) is optionally available
  •  Mark your favourite items for quick access

MBS Pro Available now on Google Play

Opal Mobile

Opal MobileOpal Mobile is a custom browsing and caching tool for data published by Opal, a NSW Transport company that manages payment cards for public transport in Sydney. Opal Mobile is a fast, convenient, free way to see your balance, activity and a range of other hopefully useful statistics. If there are some other useful statistics or features you would like let us know in the comments below.

 

Please note, we are not Opal and we can’t help with you cards or your account, we just offer a convenient way to view your account details.

Available now on the Google Play Store

 

 

Naughty Corner

Naughty CornerOur Naughty Corner App aims to help with the time proven technique of disciplining children by giving them a time out to get them out of the situation that is causing trouble, give them some time to think and calm down and give the carers some time to calm down too.

Normally this is done for a set time, a minute for each year of life. Other timer apps are generic and you need to set them each time. Clicking the timer to start and reset can be multiple steps and with a screaming child you want it as easy as possible. And most importantly, particularly in the younger years, numbers on the screen mean nothing.

So our is simple, quick, repeatable with a visual indicator for kids. Please let us know any comments suggestions or anything else.

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