10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by cory bacon on 26/02/2014
By far the best NFC app out there. all features enabled and free! Will recommend to everyone! only bad is some setting not available such as changing GPS, car mode etc. Only basic settings can be used
by Rik Garth on 18/10/2013
There needs to be an option to turn in and off Mobile Data. And a few other options that are missing like turn off NFC.
by Alexis Boom on 03/09/2013
I can see how this app would be great if you had the required tags, however after trying to read other nfc devices in my household I had no luck. Only my phone toasted that the tags were unread, not the app.
by Matt Vanderville on 05/05/2013
Simply will not work. Locks up my GS3 every time.
by Bassam Nasser on 16/01/2013
Incredibly useful. Well designed. Makes full use of NFC. And the switch tags is the best feature. Well deserved 5 stars. And many thanks to AndyTags app for leading me to this app.
by Wayne Randall on 15/01/2013
Works, but it could certainly use a little holo.
by Bex Tamblin on 13/01/2013
Disappointed that it only finds .Pdf or .txt files when asking what you want to open, would be better if it opened a file browser so I can pick any file (.xls or .doc especially)
by Ollie Rosewarne on 07/01/2013
Works well with my s3.although they sneakly lock 2blocks for there link .
by A Google User on 27/11/2012
I've emailed the developer with a few feature suggestions and a few questions and they replied and stated they are working on a new update.
by Doug on 14/11/2012
This NFC app makes all the other NFC apps seem prehistoric.
by Wheresatom on 14/11/2012
I found the making of tags a little confusing and had a hard time trying to make a switching tag. However what bugs me the most is the ask of support for the Nexus 7.
by Rossi on 10/11/2012
by Hme on 21/10/2012
Easy and advanced
by Eric on 10/10/2012
After trying several apps, I found this one to be the most complete feature rich FREE NFC app on the market. The "switch" feature is awesome. The ability to create "My Tags" with multiple functions then write the entire list to a tag is brilliant. The
by Dave on 09/10/2012
I understand that developers benefit from collecting app usage, but if I chose to opt out, the application shouldn't impose limits. It's a decent app otherwise.