Qik allows you to upload live video footage from your phone to the Web (or another phone) so that you can broadcast your kid’s big game to his grandparents or your baby’s birth to her soldier-on-duty dad, all in real time! What is more, you can automatically save your videos wirelessly in an archive, as well as automatically upload them to Facebook, YouTube, and all your other social networks (if that is what you told Qik to do in its settings). Video sharing has never been easier!
If you happen to get your iPhone wet, the first thing to do is to power your phone down. Do not try to make calls to see if it works. Do not try to turn it on if it is off. This may cause an electrical short, which may make the problem worse.
On the other side, app le is still maintaining a restricted environment. It dictates rules for the developers. It lays strict censorship about the content of the app. But this inconsistent rules easily let away giants and grip small developers. Apple also sets harsher regulations about the tools to be used in berakal making.
Shazam helps you identify music by holding your BlackBerry toward the sound. You can download the free version or get the “feature-enhanced version” for $4.99. It works well and pretty quickly. It can help you win at cocktail party chatter or bar trivia games by usually identifying a song before it ends on the radio or faster than you could Google the lyrics.
One of the download app that can provide you accurate information on the weather from any place at anytime is Go Weather. It is able to access to a great number of weather stations across the US and around the world. It also features a 7-day weather forecast with cool weather animations for the day, weather tracking in several locations, notifications for weather temperature and alerts, weather and clock skin widgets, and exceptional performance to check battery life which can disable weather updates at the moment battery level is low. Go Weather is a free app for Android.
Brush with Jackson: This app could guide your kids to brush their teeth for the recommended 2 – 3 minutes. The little creature Jackson can use his toothbrush with various instrument sounds to amuse and entertain. Jackson is also interactive as he can wink an eye when it’s touched and twitch his nose when poked. This app has been featured in the British Dental Journal and Vital Magazine and has been recommended by senior dentists. For children, this app would create a healthy habit of keeping their teeth clean. However, this app needs a timer I think. Brush with Jackson costs USD 1.99. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later. There is also a separate iPad only HD version available.
Astrid. Science and research states that we can only store about 4 to 7 things in our short-term memory. It’s a good thing you’ve got Astrid and your android phone to the rescue! This nifty free android app can lets you track reminders, tasks and errands and even group them according to priority or due date. A tiny and cute cartoon octopus (“Astrid”) even acts as your own personal assistant and reminds you of upcoming events.
The HTC HD2 is a very nice piece of hardware. It looks the part for a smartphone, has a beautiful glossy screen and turbo processor which makes web browsing a dream, but the remnants of the Windows Mobile interface let it down in terms of ease of use and customisation. Your friends will love it at first glance and be impressed with its speed and unique look but the software will soon become tiresome and a little buggy.