Free Screebl App Debuts on Android Marketplace Print

A free version of the innovative Android-based application that uses orientation data to control device suspension made its debut on the Android Marketplace today.  The application is fully functional, and offers a large number of configuration options. 

The free, or "lite" version of Screebl is not limited by timeouts or expirations -- it's truly free.  If you are reading this article on your Android-based device, you can scan or click the barcode below to install.

Of course, once you're hooked, it would be great if you spent the $0.99 to buy the full version. That will be coming out later this year, and will have some cool new features such as auto-lock based on orientation, invertible orientation ranges, and power savings estimates.  Stay tuned!

 barcode for Screebl Lite in Android Market