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Image Gallery: Verizon HTC DROID Incredible; Functions and Applications

The HTC DROID Incredible is getting quite a few people excited about the next Google Android device on Verizon Wireless and in this image gallery we present a much closer look at functions and applications. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is supported quite well and we present screenshots of this, along with the text input options, document viewer, Skype Mobile, and NFL Mobile.

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The HTC DROID Incredible is getting quite a few people excited about the next Google Android device on Verizon Wireless and in this image gallery we present a much closer look at functions and applications. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is supported quite well and we present screenshots of this, along with the text input options, document viewer, Skype Mobile, and NFL Mobile. Check out my full post for 3 pages of detailed discussion on what you see in this gallery.

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Similar to how Gmail presents email, you can view your email in a conversation mode.

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This screenshot shows an expanded conversation.

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If you have contacts that you regularly communicate with then you may want to add them to the VIP group.

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Unread email appears here and after reading it the email automatically moves off of this screen.

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Your flagged/marked email appears in this view for easy management.

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This handy view presents you with any pending meeting invites you may not have responded to.

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One of the settings displays to manage your email.

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There are several settings available for you to manage your email.

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The options shown here appear when you press the Menu button on the Incredible.

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As you can see there are 10 different ways you can sort your Inbox.

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Don't forget that you can tap and hold in various areas to access even more options and functions.

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These are the options after pressing the More... icon on the menu.

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While only one Exchange account is supported, you can setup multiple POP and IMAP email accounts and toggle through them.

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The last tab on the right presents you with all of your emails with attachments.

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You can tap on the attachment icon to download the attachment to your storage areas and then open the attachment to check out in the viewers.

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This is the menu options available as you compose a new email.

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There are various ways to select an email recipient in email.

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Various attachment types are supported in the email client.

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Various general email settings are available for you to customize your experience.

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I find the Agenda view to be one of the most helpful. Notice the color coding for different calendar sources.

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This is a typical Day view of your Calendar where you can see the weather is also included.

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Here is a typical Week view of your Calendar data.

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Typical Month view of your Calendar data.

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This shows more menu options in your Calendar.

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Available options for creating a new appointment.

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Several fields can be filled out to setup your event.

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I was pleased to see the capability to create a meeting invitation with recipients.

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Various notification settings exist in the Calendar.

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Available view settings for Calendar.

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Here are the available reminder settings for your Calendar.

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Launching the Contacts (aka People) application on the DROID Incredible.

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Groups are supported in the People application.

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Pressing the menu button opens up this pop-up display.

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Various fields exist for creating a new contact.

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There are several fields for entering data associated with your new contact.

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If you cannot find someone in your contacts, then try one of your online service directories.

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Toggling the contacts you want to view in the People application.

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Quickoffice is provided as the default document viewer on the HTC Incredible.

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You can toggle between two different views and this shows the normal view.

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These are the two available options for viewing your documents.

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Landscape orientation is also supported in the document viewer and spreadsheets look much better this way.

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You can view all the sheets of your document using Quickoffice.

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Various zoom options exist in Quickoffice.

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A PDF viewer is included as a separate application, but also integrated into the email program for easy viewing.

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PowerPoint documents can be viewed on the DROID Incredible.

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Pressing the menu button opens up these options.

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You can search through your documents and PDF files.

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The default view reformats the document for easier viewing.

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Ways to zoom in the viewer.

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The keyboard works in landscape and portrait orientations and is the same in either mode.

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There are two keyboards for numbers and characters and this is the first one.

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If you tap the 1/2 key a second time then this keyboard appears.

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Predictive text and spelling options are available.

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You can tap the arrow to view all the words the software is considering as you enter text.

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The keys are a bit tighter together in portrait orientation. I can actually enter text fast with a single finger in this mode.

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This is the first numbers/characters keyboard in portrait.

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And here is the other numbers/characters keyboard in portrait. Notice the emoticon options?

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If you enter a word not found you can add it to your dictionary. The word turns orange if it is not found and new to the device.

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Available settings for the QWERTY keyboard.

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There are settings for the touch input options too.

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The NFL Mobile app is currently focused on the NFL draft.

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Pressing the menu button gives you these options.

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The screen you see when you tap the NFL Network icon.

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Lots of data and stats are available to the NFL fan.

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You should select your favorite team and can then view news and draft info.

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You can view videos and check out more about your team in NFL Mobile.

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There are not many settings available, but you can manage alerts and view the help file.

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Typical view of the team selector page.

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This is the main view when you first launch Skype Mobile.

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These options appear when you press the menu button in the main Skype Mobile view.

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Pressing More... gives you these other options.

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Available settings for Skype Mobile.

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All Skype to Skype calls are routed through call centers for Verizon. The good thing is the calls are free to Verizon customers even though they are carried over the voice network.

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Tapping on a contact gives you these options to communicate with them.

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Events are the conversations you are having with contacts during the session.

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Typical help page.

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You can also call mobile phones and landlines, but this will cost you money through your Skype Credit.

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Pressing the menu button in the Skype Out section presents this pop-up.

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