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Android app that supports Outlook


Thursday 21st of March 2013 / android.net
George Mason University, where I attend college, has Outlook as their e-mail client. I want to use one of the e-mail Android apps to access my e-mail. I've already made an attempt with K-9 Mail but they apparently don't support most Outlook/Hotmail accounts.Is there an Android app that supports Outlook? If so, which one(s) is it?Thanks!
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VOIP app that supports bluetooth?


Wednesday 09th of February 2011 / droidforums.net
Has anyone gotten any of the existing VOIP apps working with BT? The only one I've seen that even attempts to support BT is CSimple but the BT functionality isn't working for me and it looks like a low priority for the dev.
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Rebtel 2.0 free VoIP app now supports Android tablets


Thursday 14th of June 2012 / androidauthority.com
Just like Skype, Rebtel is a VoIP program that lets users call family and friends for free or cheaper than regular phone calls – via Wi-Fi and 3G/4G, respectively – straight from their smart mobile device. And the company, which describes itself as the “world’s largest mobile VoIP company after Skype,” announced today the launch of its Rebtel 2.0 Android app that’s now customized to support Android tablets.Rebtel is confident that Android tablets will “see significant increases in the next five years” and therefore its mobile product specifically optimized for Android tablet use will “benefit millions of users who are looking to offset costly international calling rates associated with their traditional service providers.”The app has been available for Android devices, iOS and devices and PCs for a while now and here are its main features:FREE INTERNATIONAL CALLS: from Rebtel to Rebtel app user (Android, iPhone, Blackberry or PC)FREE LOCAL CALLS: avoid paying local minutes or long distance fares in your same country by calling over wifi or 3GEXTREMELY CHEAP INTERN
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Messaging App That Supports GIF?


Thursday 11th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello, Is there a messaging app out there that supports GIF? Currently use WhatsApp, but getting tired of it since it doesn't support GIF. I've tried Kik, Message Me and a few others that I can't remember the names. Nothing I've tried so far supports sending or receiving GIF. If anyone can recommend a messaging app that supports GIF I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Rebtel 2.0 free VoIP app now supports Android tablets


Thursday 14th of June 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Just like Skype, Rebtel is a VoIP program that lets users call family and friends for free or cheaper than regular phone calls – via Wi-Fi and 3G/4G, respectively – straight from their smart mobile device. And the company, which describes itself as the “world’s largest mobile VoIP company after Skype,” announced today the launch of its Rebtel 2.0 Android app that’s now customized to support Android tablets.Rebtel is confident that Android tablets will “see significant increases in the next five years” and therefore its mobile product specifically optimized for Android tablet use will “benefit millions of users who are looking to offset costly international calli…Continue Reading HereRebtel 2.0 free VoIP app now supports Android tabletsChris Smith – androidauthority.com
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SMemo type app that supports multi-view?


Friday 21st of December 2012 / androidforums.com
Does anyone know of a app similar to the smemo or snote which supports multi view,? I am really surprised that the 'premier suite' upgrade did not include updates to existing apps to make use of multi view or at least add to some. The whole cutting and pasting using multi view is pretty limited when not having a app to make use of features.Thanks in advance Boothy
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Looking for a podcast app that supports "Premium" podcasts (User Name, password, etc.


Saturday 11th of September 2010 / androidforums.com
I've made the transition from iPhone to Android, and I love almost every part of it. My only problem is that I had a premium podcast subscription that goes through iTunes. It was always buggy, iTunes never liked the large 1000+ podcast feeds. The problem is, I've tried several podcast apps without being able to use this podcast. The podcast link is itpc://www.japanesepod101.com/premium_feed/feed.xml (Don't bother trying to use it yourself, you need a user id and password to get anything out of it).None of the podcast apps work, I even tried the $6.99 DoggCatcher app with no success. There must be a way to get a secure podcast onto the phone, right? It's not like it's some advanced technology or anything, this feed has been active for years!It seems that none of the podcast apps I've tried support login info for podcasts, or allow Audio, video, and PDF capability. Here is a list I have tried, all of them have given me errors (DoggCatcher simply crashes the phone when I enter the podcast url):ACastDoggCatcherListenMyPODDoubleTwist (Doesn't give me anything but the audio files, no video
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SMS App that supports Emoji both ways


Wednesday 18th of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Is there an SMS app that supports Emojis both ways? I know there are apps that allow you to send them. But I am also looking for ones that receive them as well. Getting sick of my friends with iPhones sending them to me and getting a jumble of characters. Im currently using Go SMS Pro.
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VoIP app that doesn't use Google Voice for calls?


Thursday 09th of January 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Was just listening to the latest episode of All About Android when I was reminded that Talkatone will effectively drop dead sometime in May due to third party Voice apps being shut down. Anyway, this has been go to app for making calls over wifi in places where I can't get a signal. So in light of all that, does anyone know of or have a recommendation for a VoIP app that doesn't use Google Voice to function?? Thanks.
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Exchange email app that supports date flags?


Saturday 08th of March 2014 / androidforums.com
Hi,Let me explain what I am looking for. In work I use Outlook and when I receive emails that I don't have time to deal with I flag them with a due date, such as tomorrow, next week etc. When I go to my synced email on the stock Android email app, my email is all disorganised because there doesn't seem to be any way to arrange by the due date flag.Does anyone know of an Android email app that will sync the due date flag on emails and allow my to arrange them in the same way as I have in Outlook?Any help you can give is appreciated.P.S. I tried Touchdown and this doesnt seem to support due date flags
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