Posts Tagged ‘mobile’
  • Sweeterhome 2 for Android is…sweeter, much sweeter.
    by Mike
    Posted May 12th, 2010 at 9:07 pm
    Android homescreen replacements are increasingly blurring the lines of distinction. To some extent, there is some stand out traits between them, but overall, they all do the same basic thing. Sweeterhome was "just another homescreen" option, that like the rest, seemed to blend in. Though to be truthful, I played around with the preview 1 version every now and then and came away each time yearning for more and unimpressed. However, the actual beta is very different. Can Sweeterhome 2 bec...
  • Dolphin Browser HD released for Android. [Android]
    by Mike
    Posted May 9th, 2010 at 9:11 pm
    Skyfire may be the hot stuff as of late in Android web browsing world, but there's always someone else vying for that #1 title. For Android users whom are a bit more daredevilish, opting to try out new and obscure apps, the Dolphin browser is a worthy option. To most using Dolphin now, it doesn't seem that obscure. But a few months back it was quite a different story. Also, a few months back, Dolphin was a much less capable browser... (more...)...
  • Yak it up: Trillian for BlackBerry coming soon!
    by Mike
    Posted May 6th, 2010 at 5:39 pm
    There are some of us who like to talk, network, and spread our social butterfly wings. And then there are some of us who really like to talk, network, and spread said wings. For the latter, multi-chat IM clients are a life or death tool when out and about the town. For mobile users, multichat IM apps are a must. For BlackBerry users specifically, there are plenty of options in apps to communicate with others already. Why add another? Hey, folks. Options options options. So if Beejive ...
  • Dropbox app now available for Android.
    by Mike
    Posted May 5th, 2010 at 9:02 am
    Those with a penchant for sharing files across multiple computers know how much of a pain swapping flash drives back and forth or emailing said files to and fro can be. Lately this thing called the cloud has saved the modern geek's life. Saving files to an online server/account that is accessible to any device with a browser is leaps and bounds easier than the two previously mentioned methods. If you spend a few minutes on Google, you'll come to find there are dozens upon dozens of cloud sto...
  • iPod widget (and more?) coming to iPhone OS 4.0. Latest beta 3 leaks the dirty details.
    by Mike
    Posted May 4th, 2010 at 5:23 pm
    One of the biggest complaints people had after seeing OS 4.0 shown off back in March was the fact that it lacked any support for widgets or mini programs/tasks. To some, it doesn't matter as they don't see the point of widgets. I mean, if you really want to interact or observe something, why not just open the app, right? Well, some people (such as I) like to options and all kinds of information/tools at our finger tips. Enter the land of the widget. In today's release of iPhone OS 4.0 bet...
  • T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide Android smartphone official!
    by Mike
    Posted May 4th, 2010 at 5:53 am
    Whew, saying that was a mouthful... Maybe T-Mo should work on shortening that name a tad. Annnyway, the Android smartphone some of you have been waiting for -- an honest to goodness physical letter pad/qwerty keyboard model nipping the slew of touchscreen only models in the butt... (more...)...
  • Twitter for Android released! Bad: Requires Android 2.1 or above. [Update]
    by Mike
    Posted April 30th, 2010 at 5:46 pm
    We knew it was coming -- Twitter for Android. Well, "official" Twitter that is. From the initial looks of it and after 15 minutes of playing around with it, I give it a 3.7 out of 5 (absolutely no scientific reasoning behind that...). I mean, it seems a little plain to me. Not that I want a cluttered, heavy, slow app of course. It just seems like it's missing something. The features are as one would expect from your typical Android Twitter app these days: Replies, retweets, address bo...
  • SkyFire launches “world’s first” flash-enabled mobile browser for Android. [Spoiler: It's awesome!] [Update]
    by Mike
    Posted April 29th, 2010 at 12:00 pm
    .....and just like that, Fennec was beaten to the punch. While Fennec may be the hot stuff in the media's eye currently with pre-alpha's jumping around, another contender need not be forgotten -- SkyFire. It's been around for quite some time to Symbian and WinMo users, though today it's Android's time to shine. You may recall a leaked beta of SkyFire for Android surfacing about a week ago that was honestly kind of rough around the edges. The task of getting a public-ready version so s...
  • iPhone becomes bluetooth controller for new iPad game — Chopper 2.
    by Mike
    Posted April 29th, 2010 at 7:18 am
    Ok, this is hands down the coolest iPhone/iPad app I've seen yet. It's called Chopper2. And the coolest thing about it is that you can use your iPhone (and I presume iPod Touch as a remote control attached via Bluetooth to your iPad. It's definitely an interesting implementation of how to interact with the iPad... (more...)...
  • Mozilla “officially” releases pre-alpha Fennec browser for Android.
    by Mike
    Posted April 27th, 2010 at 10:14 pm
    Test dummies and those who want to be on the bleeding edge of relevancy, take notice. Mozilla has decided tonight is the night to take the wraps off of Fennec for Android -- "officially" -- by releasing a version for mere mortals to play with. Now take heed as this release is by no means a final version. In fact, if the thought of rooting your phone or having to pull the battery to force a reboot scares you, run away fast. Very fast. But if not, continue on... (more...)...
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