DoubleTwist has announced today that they have released an Android music player replacement app–offering music, video, podcast, and picture integration with its PC and Mac software. The doubleTwist press release states that their app will bring a seamless end-to-end media experience that will allow users to finally leave their iPods at home.
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Social networking has evolved over the past several months from primarily internet-based status updates and URL sharing into a more mobile, check-in based service where users are now sharing more about themselves and their lives than ever before. Services such as Foursquare, Gowalla, and others are now allowing users to share where they are and ... Read More »
As someone who travels fairly infrequently, I actually look forward to the process of booking a trip to faraway place. It’s always a good feeling to know that once I click the “Book Now” button, I will for sure have some vacation time away from work in the not-too-distant future.
In October I will be ... Read More »
As someone who rarely uses his Milestone for gaming, it’s hard to find a game that consistently keeps my attention. Yes, I’ve used this line of thinking when writing about other games in the past, but while I’ve enjoyed those games for the short term, there hasn’t really been anything that’s been my first ... Read More »
Earlier this week, Twitter took the Android world by storm with the release of an officially branded Twitter app. Though the Android Market is flooded with 3rd party Twitter apps, the official app promises to change the way we think of mobile tweeting, and it delivers. Because most Twitter applications offer the same basic ... Read More »
Mint.com is one of the best tools for keeping track of your finances online but using the site on your phone has not been easy. It makes use of many internet technologies that bring the standard Android Browser to a crawl (and throws up several warnings and error messages), hardly handy for checking your balance when you are out on the town. Now, Mint.com has finally released an Android app.
Dropbox is a name I’ve heard thrown around a lot in tech circles, and until now I thought it was just an Apple thing, as it was from those sites that the name has popped up the most. Most Mac-heads I know seem to love it, and after discovering and using its Android incarnation, I’m ... Read More »
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Link your IM social accounts with one app, including Facebook and MySpace.