A relatively new app for creating basic drawings (flow diagrams and the like) in the browser is Excalidraw.
On Github : Excalidraw whiteboard – easily sketch diagrams with a hand-drawn feel.
It has a "live edit" feature.
Discussion on Hacker-News from 06/2020, mentioning a few alternatives.
LEADTOOLS has a barcode reader available on the Google Play Store. It contains no ads and is available at no cost, can handle multiple barcode symbologies including QR, and should run on Android 10. (Functioned as expected on my mobile using that version). The output is just the decoded text.
Note: I work for the company which created this app.
There is a Plus version of Barcode Scanner: Barcode Scanner+ (Plus) which is now free as stated here. It seems to work very well although I tried it on android 9 and not on android 10 or 11
Can you please better explain what you mean with stuck upside down
I've switched to Binary Eye google play fdroid
Runs reliably on android 10 or 11
Tested it on both
Scans QR codes
Tested it in practice
Ideally as simple as possible
The default is to show metadata and a hex dump. You can turn this off in preferences, so if you're setting this up for someone else you can turn it off in the preferences
Free in both senses ...
Your screenshot meets DiskUsage – also available at F-Droid but unfortunately not updated since 2017, so it's not sure it will work with the changed storage permission system on Android 10+. Other similar apps known to me are not open-source and are either not updated in a while as well, or come with a bunch of trackers – so it's hard to give a real ...
StackExchange has RSS feed capability. The variety of RSS feed readers is substantial, making it difficult to recommend a specific reader app. Most (possibly all, how to know?) readers provide an option to open a selected feed entry in a browser.
The difference between various reader apps will be how the feed is displayed, in terms of columns and summaries ...
These may be what you are looking for:
QPython doesn't work with every library. On the other hand, in Pydroid 3 you have to pay if you want to install some libraries. Both of them support syntax highlighting, but not code completion. Also, both of them have interpreters and terminals.
To do this you need to have TWAIN scanner, visible in your local network, WiFi connection in your local network and application like this
Depend of WiFi settings you may need to have your scanner connected to WiFi, not wired lan.
Try this hack using Whatsapp:
-Make a whatsapp testbox on your phone:
Create a temporary group
Kick everyone out but yourself
Message something, so the group appears under 'chats'.
Pin the chat and rename it to something like 'test box' or 'clipboard'
-Connect to whatsapp web on your PC
Whatever you throw in the test box from PC/Phone will be ...
FolderSync can do this (I'm using its paid version for years). It lets you define "folder pairs" consisting of a local directory matched to a remote directory, and have them sync'd e.g. whenever a certain WiFi is available. FolderSync supports multiple protocols (like SFTP or WebDAV) and cloud services (like Dropbox, ownCloud/Nextcloud).
Of course ...
You can use a web based text editor like Google Docs or Nextcloud Notes.
I know you said you don't wand to send your data to any cloud service.
But if you run your own service (like Nextcloud), then I guess it is a matching answer.
I searched around for you and found a few things that might be of help first I found an extension that you can use on chrome that would help with you're situation just in case you're on the computer simple mass downloader
I also found an app that might be of help check it out and see if it helps! HERE!