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Vote Now: Will You Leave Your Android Phone for a Verizon iPhone?


Tuesday 11th of January 2011 / androidguys.com
Well, the rumors finally proved to be true.  Assuming you haven’t been online, in front of a TV, listened to a radio, or talked to anyone yet today, you already know: Verizon is getting the iPhone starting February 10th.  Our question to you is this – Will you leave your Android phone for the iPhone now that it is on a different network?We’ve met more than a couple of people who said the only reason they got an Android phone was because they didn’t want to go to AT&T.  We’ve also talked to folks who said they’d be ready to ditch their Droid for an iPhone the minute Verizon releases it.  Are you one of those people?Hit the jump to vote in our very unscientific poll and tell us.  After you’re done, leave a comment explaining why or why you chose the way you did!
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Transfer Data to Your Android Phone Sans Cable with Software Data Cable, Free in the Android Market


Friday 10th of February 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Let me paint a quick scene for you. You have a file that you want to transfer over to your Android phone. You go into your laptop bag or backpack to get your trusty usb cable only to end up with zilch. We’ve all been there.  Well the free app Software Data Cable looks to rectify this situation by turning your phone into a networked storage device. This app allows you to browse the device from your computer cable free.Once you install Software Data Cable, you will be able to connect and browse through your device’s files and folders from any computer just as long …Continue Reading HereTransfer Data to Your Android Phone Sans Cable with Software Data Cable, Free in the Android MarketJack Holt – talkandroid.com
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Give Your Android Contact List The Windows Phone 7 Feel With WP7Contacts


Saturday 02nd of July 2011 / androidheadlines.com
For every Windows Phone 7-inspired app, launcher, or theme we’ve written about, a half-dozen more, often clones, go unmentioned. But every now and then we find something we haven’t seen before, and this is one of those times. It’s called WP7Contacts, and as you would surmise, it’s a contact manager inspired by Windows Phone 7.The features:Sync contacts from SIM and GmailAdd new contact or edit existing oneSearch contacts by clicking search button. If one contact r…Continue Reading HereGive Your Android Contact List The Windows Phone 7 Feel With WP7ContactsAaron Gingrich – androidpolice.com
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How many of you sync your Facebook Contacts with Phone?


Saturday 02nd of July 2011 / androidforums.com
Once last time, I sync my Facebook app with my phone contacts. Then it "mess" up my contacts such as changing for me names of my contacts to what the contact use in Facebook. Because of that, I had nightmare.I am just curious how many of you do sync your Facebook app with phone contacts? I ask because with all the integration of Google with Facebook and Twitter or even with social media websites, I was wondering to try sync again or not.Like what's the benefits to sync? Share your views please. Thanks!
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Never Leave Your Phone Behind Again With Phone Halo


Wednesday 02nd of June 2010 / phandroid.com
I’m not going to lie: I suck at keeping up with my phone. In the past month alone, I’ve probably lost my T-Mobile G1 five different times (with a majority of those incidents happening away from the home). Luckily, there have been great samaritans in those instances helping to return my device to me, but that won’t always be the case.Enter Phone Halo, a device that I like to call the “dog whistler” of phones. The concept is very simple yet very helpful: if your phone and the Phone Halo part ways with each other after a certain distance, it’ll let you know. Watch the video above and it’ll explain the concept graphically.The fun part is that this device works two ways: you can either protect yourself from losing your phone, or you can use your phone to make sure you don’t leave your keys, wallet, or purse behind. If you know your keys are around the house somewhere and you just can’t find them, you can use your phone to give the Halo a ring letting you know exactly where it is.The accompanying app incorporates GPS features which will
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Buy Google Music from your Android phone right now with Google+


Wednesday 16th of November 2011 / androidheadlines.com
Excited for the new Google Music, but can’t stand the thought of waiting a few days to get your mobile MP3 on? The fire up your Google+ app and hit up a friend for some recommendations. If you follow Google Music link from within the Google+ app, you can purchase music directly from the Android Market no PC required.Support is still spotty, as this is a workaround. Once in the music section Android Market, you can’t search or go back without getting the boot, or at least out guinea pig couldn’t. But the purchase will go through using the same source as your app, movie and book purchases, instantly syncing to Google Music’s services and available thr…Continue Reading HereBuy Google Music from your Android phone right now with Google+
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Keep Better Track Of Your Credit Card Spending With My Credit Cards For Android


Friday 22nd of July 2011 / talkandroid.com
No more excuses!  The days of not knowing your credit card balance until it’s too late or it’s maxed out are over.  Never be out of the loop again with the My Credit Cards for Android app.  Keep extreme tabs on spending and receive notifications before you go over the limit, all for the low low price of free.  With this application you get a nice overview of every single transaction performed on any given credit card.  View balances, credit limits, bill due dates and available credit anytime or anywhere while on the go.  The best feature of all?  Late fee security options. Never ever miss another bill again with real time alerts conveniently being sent to you.  If there’s any change on the account whatsoever, you’ll know about it.  Consider this an accountant in your pocket.  Hit the break for the full line of specs from the developer and to check out the screen shots of the app as well.  Don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments  below.  #gallery-1 {margin: auto;}#gallery-1 .gallery-item {float: left;margin-top: 10px;text-a
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Never Miss A Concert By Your Favorite Artist Again With Gigbeat For Android


Thursday 10th of November 2011 / talkandroid.com
If you’re the groupie type, and by that I only mean that you like to keep up with your favorite artists’ happenings, then we’ve got the app for you.  Want to know when U2 is playing next?  Need to know if Kanye is going to be in your area?  Then check out Gigbeat for Android.  With a contemporary and streamlined UI, the application offers the ability to do all the work for you by scanning your device’s music library.  If your library is empty the application also supports functionality to scan your favorite music app like Last.fm.  After scanning your library, you’ll instantly know when and where your favorite artists are playing.  The application is completely self sufficient and can even remind you when a concert date and time is approaching.  Get quick updates and notifications when new tour dates approach for your area.  Stalking is not included.  The app requires a device running Android 2.1 or higher and works on Honeycomb tablets as well.  However, the dev touts that a “more polished version for tablets is coming very soon”
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Never Miss A Concert By Your Favorite Artist Again With Gigbeat For Android


Thursday 10th of November 2011 / androidheadlines.com
If you’re the groupie type, and by that I only mean that you like to keep up with your favorite artists’ happenings, then we’ve got the app for you.  Want to know when U2 is playing next-  Need to know if Kanye is going to be in your area-  Then check out Gigbeat for Android.  With a contemporary and streamlined UI, the application offers the ability to do all the work for you by scanning your device’s music library.  If your library is empty the application also supports functionality to scan your favorite music app like Last.fm.  After scanning your library, …Continue Reading HereNever Miss A Concert By Your Favorite Artist Again With Gigbeat For AndroidJoe Sirianni – talkandroid.com
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Never forget your phone in your car again. Memento FREE app will remind you if you do.


Tuesday 17th of June 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Never forget your phone in your car again. Memento FREE app will remind you if you do. Get it from Google Play Store... It's FREE. Just Search for 'Memento' by 'Apps IT up'. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.alif.memento Please check out our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Memen...40931312655918 Thanks and enjoy the app :-)
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