Note: Dropbox for BlackBerry was released today — and an updated version for iOS was also released. This is a review for the Android version, but I believe all three are functionally very similar.
Using Dropbox on a mobile device is an odd amalgam of emerging technologies. On the one hand you have the cloud –and everyone loves the flexibility that the cloud brings — but on the other, when you’re on the move, head hunkered over your smartphone, do you really need access to anything other than documents?
Having said that, there are certainly unconventional uses for Dropbox [...]
In a new video, the guys at Pocket Now have compared Windows Phone 7 to iPhone. This is a closer look at how the iPhone differs from Windows Phone 7. As the video mentions, the home screen layouts are completely different. The iPhone goes for the all about the applications look but the Windows Phone 7’s home screen covers all areas of the phone using Tiles which can show live data.
The video also covers fast app switching or the lack of it in Windows Phone 7. And then finally its all about the music play controls where they think that Windows Phone 7 seems to be a bit more intuitive than [...]
This should be huge for Apple. iPad will be officially launching in China on September 17th, in WiFi flavor only though. iPad was launched a few months ago and has captured a lot of market despite having launched in only a few countries so far. The step into China should increase their market share1 tremendously.
Here are the retail prices for WiFi iPad models in China:
The retail prices for iPads in China are only marginally higher than their US counterparts. We foresee great success for iPad in the Chinese market, but you can never be too sure. [...]
iLoveHandles is a cool Rock Band which turns your iPad Nano into a revolutionary new watch. It is a leather straps to which you can clip your square shaped iPod Nano and use it as wrist watch.
With iLoveHandles, you can hook your headphones to it and listen to music while you are doing walking, running or anything. You can buy the iLoveHandles Rock Band in $19.95 from ilovehandles.net site.
This Rockband is specially designed to support the new multi-touch iPod Nano and enables you to wear it as a wristwatch.
Some month back we mentioned about 21 Best Google Android Applications, now today we present you 70 Free Google Android apps, which are divided in categories Like, Tools, Social, Entertainment, Travel and more. They are some of the Best Google Android Apps, am using most of them in my HTC hero. Of you are android mobile user than these apps will really help you to spice up your Android Mobile app. Check out the 70 Free Cool Google Android Apps Below:-
Read Also: 35 Best Google Nexus One Tips & Tricks
You love your Android phone? You SMS all the time? Then chompSMS [...]
A couple of years ago a BlackBerry was just for work and apps were few and far between.
Now you can get more great apps than you can fit in your BlackBerry memory at once.
You can find some of the same apps as on every platform, like EverNote, Shazam, Yelp and UrbanSpoon; other apps take advantage of the famous BlackBerry security – and the business audience is the reason tools like Xobni came to BlackBerry first.
Here is our pick of the 25 best apps for BlackBerry.
1. ShortCutMe – £3.99
You won’t need ShortCutMe once BlackBerry 6 comes out, but for now it’s the [...]
Apple introduced Ping, the music based social network, with iTunes. While opinion on it may vary, if you don’t like Ping and you don’t want to deal with another social network, you can simply disable it.
If you turn off Ping, all your profile information will be permanently removed after seven days. Apple is giving a turn-off-Ping remorse period to their users. Even if Ping is deactivated, the reviews that you would have posted will remain with your profile name until you remove them yourself from the manage reviews section of your account.
Here’s how you can turn off Ping:
After opening [...]
Most of you would have definitely seen the concept images of iWatch which looked nice but I never thought Apple would design anything like a touch watch. It would be useless as far as I am concerned. But looks like the new iPod Nano is small enough that somebody actually used his new iPod Nano as a watch.
This guy somehow connected the straps of a watch with iPod Nano to make it an iWatch. I don’t think anybody can use it as a watch for a long time because it has a clip on its back and the would have trouble listening to music from this position.
Still, the iPod Nano can be a great watch with [...]
At special media event Apple has announced iOS 4.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch which will be rolled out on Wednesday, 8 September 2010.
Some of the new features of iOS 4.1 are Game Center, iTunes, TV rentals, Ping social music network, HDR photography, HD YouTube video uploads, and AVCRP stereo Bluetooth support etc.
Watch out the following quick start video of iOS 4.1.
The moment which the iPhone based Shazam nation has been waiting for has finally arrived. Shazam has updated its iPhone and iPod Touch native app and has made it iOS 4 compatible thus making the upgrade a must have for its users.
The music discovery engine now supports multi-tasking meaning you can have the app running in the background and listen to songs while you do other tasks such as tweeting and so on. iPhone 4 users off course get the added advantage of Retina display support.
Here are the other noticable improvements for the music discovery app:
30 sec preview clips for Tags and [...]