There are hundreds of thousands of apps on the Google Play Store and with fantastic devices like the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III I wanted to share what apps I use during the summer to enjoy my travels and time off.
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Microsoft has now passed the 100,000 apps published mark, second in time to reach this only to Apple iOS. It's quite a feat for a platform that still can't get much traction in the smartphone world.
I believe our smartphones should work for us and enhance our lives so when I see apps like Hello I get excited about what developers can do to make this a reality. If you have trouble remembering people you meet, then install this free application now.
With nearly half a million apps in the Google Play Store, finding new apps to install can be a daunting task. Thankfully, Appreciate Personal App Market helps apply smart filtering to the Store.
The number of available apps for streaming music clients continues to grow and most now charge $10 per month. What else is there that differentiates these services and apps?
The Windows Phone 7 Marketplace continues to grow at a rate of over 400 apps a week and this week I take a look at five apps that served important purposes in my week.
Verizon rolled out LTE with USB modems with no handsets scheduled until mid-2011 or so. Images appeared of a possible LTE Android device from HTC.
The Apple iPad rolled out via UPS, the Apple Store, and Best Buy today with people lining up and sales being quite brisk. Rather than reiterate all the detailed reviews, I will be walking you through different experiences of usage.
I have a MSI Wind loaded up with Windows 7 Ultimate and find it to be a very good mobile solution that gives me good battery life and is easy to carry in my bag. I may actually sell it soon and pick up a Nokia Booklet 3G, especially after reading Michael's four reasons to buy one. There have been arguments for and against the netbook idea, but it is hard to argue that they are not successful with forecasts predicting more than 50 million Intel-based units may be sold by the end of this year. Intel recognizes the netbooks are here to stay and to foster that adoption they announced that developers can submit applications created with the help of the Intel Atom Developer's Program SDK.
Capturing thoughts and notes is something that many of us do with our smartphones and my favorite cross platform application to perform this is Evernote. I have been asking them for an Android client since I purchased my T-Mobile G1 last year. I read a Tweet about a beta appearing on the Android Market so I have been testing it out and using it on the Sprint HTC Hero the past few days. It is a great first start with support for a few ways to capture notes and I am sure it will get better over time, just like the other mobile clients.