ZDNet App Wrap: 13 August 2012

ZDNet App Wrap: 13 August 2012

Summary: Google Authenticate, Mutely, ACCC Recalls Australia, St George, InstaWifi, Google Translate, JB Hi-Fi Now, ownCloud

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    Google Authenticator

    Platform: Android, iOS (iPhone)

    Price: Free

    Once you've enabled two-step verification on your Google Account in your account settings, this app will generate two-step verification codes on your phone, adding an additional layer of security to protect those accounts. 

  • (Credit: AntTek)

    Mutely

    Platform: Android

    Price: AU$1.15

    Often, if you put your phone on silent for a meeting, you'll forget to set it to loud again afterwards. This app lets you set how long you want your phone to be silent for, so you don't have to worry about forgetting. You can also specify calls that you're willing to take during the time when the phone is on silent.

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    ACCC Recalls Australia

    Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android

    Price: Free

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released its Recalls app for Android. The app keeps you abreast of products that have been recalled due to faults, and also lets you report unsafe products to the ACCC.

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