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Articles tagged with "Communication"

Android App Tablet Review: Bump

Bump for Android tablets is a super easy way to share information with other devices. From its basic menu, select what kind of file you'd like to share with a friend: photos, contacts, apps or personal information. Then, select the files that apply and then just "bump" your devices together to make ... Full Article »

October 18, 2011 10:00pm

Android App Tablet Review: Skype

Skype on your Android tablet is the same old program it's always been, but that’s no bad thing. It's a great instant messenger tool and an inexpensive way to make calls to foreign countries. Registered users can call other registered users for free, and because millions use Skype, it's easy to fi ... Full Article »

October 16, 2011 3:00am

Android App Tablet Review: IM+ Pro

It’s a bit on the pricey side, but that’s because IM+ Pro funnels all your instant messaging needs into a single place, making it easy to carry on conversations from multiple sources on your tablet. The app is compatible with more than 10 instant messaging services, including Google Talk, AIM, ... Full Article »

October 14, 2011 11:12am

Android App Tablet Review: Tweet Radar

See what’s buzzing in your neighborhood with Tweet Radar! The app lets you choose any spot in the world and scan for recent tweets in a one-mile radius. You can search for locations, or just scroll through the map with your fingers and find things manually. You can also let the app find your exac ... Full Article »

September 27, 2011 5:00pm

Android App Tablet Review: Dual Screen Browser

On paper, Dual Screen Browser sounds like a great idea. It’s a web browser – but with two screens! In practice, unfortunately, it’s a bit of a choppy mess that struggles with loading and scrolling, and isn’t really as useful as it could be. Dual Screen Browser lets you multitask by reading ... Full Article »

September 16, 2011 7:00pm

Put on a happy face with the Zlango Messaging Android app

Sometimes an emoticon made from brackets and numbers doesn't send the message you intended. Zlango, an SMS messaging service for Android, gives smiley face-happy people a massive library of more detailed images to work with. The app works just like your standard SMS client, but it gives users the o ... Full Article »

August 3, 2011 5:30pm

Text and make calls for free with Viber Android app

Is it too late for a new free calling and texting service to jump into the pool of such services on Android? I think not. Viber focuses on ease of use, and hits the mark. What’s different? You don’t need to sign up for anything nor entice your friends into a new social network. All you and your ... Full Article »

July 26, 2011 1:00pm

Send friends a personalized postcard with the Postagram Android app

Tweets, text messages and emails are all acceptable means of communication, but they're not exactly personal or memorable. Postagram for Android is a super-easy-to-use program that takes your words and photos, and turns them into a physical postcard that comes in the mail — one that your sister ca ... Full Article »

June 21, 2011 7:30pm

Combine your IM conversations in one window with Trillian for Android

Your time's too valuable. To communicate via multiple programs and windows is not only impractical, it probably will cause a headache. If you're on multiple sites, you should try downloading Trillian. Are you on Facebook chat, Gchat and AOL instant messenger all the time? Trillian is a program that ... Full Article »

May 29, 2011 10:00am

Android app GroupMe helps bring your pals together

Send out a lot of mass emails or repetitive texts? GroupMe is a group-texting and conference-calling app for your Android phone that could save you some typing. GroupMe is a great tool if you have a number of people you need to stay in touch with. There are a ton of different possible scenarios whe ... Full Article »

March 24, 2011 11:59am

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