Posts Tagged ‘android’

Use BrowserTexting to send and receive SMS from your browser

August 9, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apps, Downloads  |  1 Comment

BrowserTexting is a great solution for typing out all of your text message directly from your computer’s browser. Use your computers keyboard to send SMS text messages without any installation or sign up and it is free too. BrowserTexting even supports group SMS to an unlimited number of recipients. BrowserTexting is packed with features such as live-sync between chat and the phones inbox/outbox, auto-sync with the phone book, delivery status, resend option for failed delivery, strong encryption and much more. How to use BrowserTexting #1 Install browsertexting app. #2 After which you’ll be prompted to install the app Barcode Scanner. (If

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Loudtalks Lite – Push to Talk for your Your Android, Blackberry or Windows Mobile Phone

August 8, 2011 |  by  |  Apps, Downloads, Softwares  |  No Comments

Loudtalks Lite (free, Android, BlackBerry, Windows ) is a push-to-talk (PTT) application for smartphone and PC. It's lightweight, easy to use and extremely fast. Loudtalks will turn your phone into more of a walkie-talkie so you can speak to the others instantly, without having to call them first. It allows you to create public channels for up to 100 people to join into on their computers or mobile phones. You can also map specific hardware keys on your phone to engage push-to-talk. Multi-platform support, real-time streaming with high quality voice, contacts availability and text status and in-app facility to map

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Prey Project recover your lost or stolen gadgets

August 7, 2011 |  by  |  Downloads, Softwares, Tips n Tweaks, Video  |  No Comments

Prey (free, Windows, Mac OS, Ubuntu, Linux, Android) is lightweight, open source software lets you keep track of your phone or laptop at all times, and will help you find it if it ever gets lost or stolen. Basically you install a tiny agent in your PC or phone, which silently waits for a remote signal to wake up and work its magic. This signal is sent either from the Internet or through an SMS message, and allows you to gather information regarding the device's location, hardware and network status, and optionally trigger specific actions on it. The first thing that

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Wix makes it easy to build Flash based website and mobile website quickly with little effort

August 6, 2011 |  by  |  Concepts, News, Sites, Video  |  No Comments

Not everyone is a skilled web designer and if you want to build an attractive site quickly and with little effort, services like Wix.com can be invaluable founded by the trio of Gio Kaplan, Avishai Abrahami and Nadav Abrahami. The Israel-founded and New York-based company boasts 12 million users worldwide across all its products. Wix, which already has easy to use website and Facebook Page building tools, has now launched a solution for creating mobile websites. Wix has developed a WebTop publishing platform; allowing users to create any kind of web content (web sites, widgets, blogs, myspace layouts) and publish that

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Plan B app allows users to find lost phone after the phone is stolen or lost

August 6, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apps, Downloads, Mobiles  |  No Comments

There are few ways to find your lost or stolen phone, but they all require that you set up the system beforehand. But if you ever lose your phone and don't have a contingency plan in place, you can remotely install Plan B (free, Android 2.0+) on your phone and locate it instantly. If you never installed a security app to begin with, it's a good second plan of attack in finding your phone. Lookout's Plan B is the app you turn to for stolen phones that don't have tracking software or remote location capability. Simply put, it lets

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GLMPS a cool photo sharing which blends video with traditional image capturing

August 4, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apple, Apps  |  No Comments

GLMPS a startup releasing its eponymous iPhone app (free, Android, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad), which offers an experience the startup likens to a “visual status update”. Put simply: GLMPS blends video with traditional image capturing, so that the 5 seconds or so before one snaps a photo is captured by the app in quick, abbreviated video form. No need to create a new account, simply sign in with a Facebook or Twitter account. Every photo snapped in the app is also stored in your camera roll. You can share in real-time on Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, through email or via SMS or

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Survey: Cellphones vs. Sex – Infographic

August 4, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

Survey Finds One-Third of Americans More Willing to Give Up Sex Than Their Mobile Phones - TeleNav survey examines Americans' attachment to mobile phones; finds iPhone users are least willing to let go of their devices. Results of a recent national survey* commissioned by TeleNav, Inc. (NASDAQ: TNAV) indicate that Americans are willing to give up some of life's greatest pleasures in order to hang on to their mobile phones. Not surprisingly, smartphone users were more attached to their devices than were feature phone users, with iPhone users leading the pack. In fact, iPhone users were more likely than their Android

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RemoteRinger an android app to find your cellphone if it is in silent mode

August 2, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apps, Downloads, Mobiles  |  No Comments

Phone is in silent mode and you missed it somewhere nearby, you cannot find it by ringing it, as it is in silent mode An android app which adds a layer of safety for folks who often misplace their Android cellphone while it’s in silent mode -RemoteRinger. You assign a special code to the phone as well as a designated caller number. You can then send an SMS from the designated phone number. Bang: your ringer is back on. Remote Ringer helps you to change your phone mode from silent to normal. Once your phone is in normal mode, you can

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The android story – Infographic

July 26, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

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Do It (Tomorrow) web app where you can add tasks from browser and sync with android

July 25, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apple, Apps  |  No Comments

Do It (Tomorrow) is a task management webapp that makes managing and syncing your to-dos of today and tomorrow easy. As opposed to making a weekly schedule or entering tasks by date, you enter things to do either for today or tomorrow. The focus of the tool is on helping you organize the items you'll do today and the ones on your plate for tomorrow. Log in with your Do It (Tomorrow) account and the to-dos you enter will sync with the apps for iOS and Android. The service's beauty is in its simplicity and its ability to keep you focused

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