Tagged #android review
Software to help students plan and execute homework is a rarity in a world where smart phones are usually designed for business. MakeMobile has gone a long way to filling this need with CoursePro. CoursePro provides a good, simple set of tools to help students keep track of courses, ... Read More »
Looking for a Home screen replacement? Might want to give Open Home a look. Similar to the other home replacement applications Open Home gives you additional Home screens, 7 total. Unlike aHome or dxTop, Open Home only slides either left or right, not up or down.
When TeleNav GPS was released for Android I quickly realized I would need to purchase a window mount for my G1. I searched around the web and was about to buy one for $30 until I found this awesome deal. Amazon has a windshield car mount holder from Bargaincell for just ... Read More »
One of the most common “classic” applications on the Android Market is the to-do list manager. Easy to code and almost universally useful, the to-do list manager is tempting for developer and consumer alike. Unfortunately, there are so many more of these applications than there are good ones, and once you install one, you might ... Read More »
Why did three new Android applications shoot to the top of the Market this week? They all included one key element: customization. Ask any user what excites them most about Android and they will tell you its the freedom allowed by the open platform. All three of these app are desktop replacements which allow you ... Read More »
When I wrote my first Twitter article, I had only been using Twidroid for a few days. I was faced with learning two new systems at the same time, but Twidroid made the process easier. After using Twitter on my PC and my G1, I prefer the interface of Twidroid.
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