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Articles tagged with "Communications"

Chrome is the best browser, even on Android phones

I love Google Chrome on my desktop computer, and I also love Google Chrome on my Galaxy Nexus. Are those two facts related? Yes, yes they are. Chrome is only in beta right now on Android, and it only currently works with (or, rather, it is only supported in) Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. But ... Full Article »

May 2, 2012 3:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: Dolphin Browser HD

If you’re looking for a more complete browser experience on your tablet, Dolphin Browser HD makes for a great download. Making excellent use of tablets’ bigger screens, Dolphin Browser comes with lots of cool features that make sense with a touch interface, like gesture controls and a “speed ... Full Article »

October 15, 2011 1:00am

Android App Tablet Review: Tango Voice & Video Calls

Though Tango Voice & Video Calls for the Android Tablet is a bit buggy at times, it's still on par with other similar video-calling apps in the Android Market. Before you can get started, the app asks for your name, email address and phone number, so that you can easily sync-up your contacts.  ... Full Article »

October 13, 2011 5:00pm

Face it! These free Android video calling apps rock

Video chats are so much more fancy and fun than your typical phone call. Even if you don't have a secondary front facing camera—and have to get creative with a mirror—video calls leave a whole lot less to the imagination Once you've experienced the possibility of being able to make a surprise a ... Full Article »

August 9, 2011 4:30pm

KakaoTalk for Android offers free multimedia messaging worldwide

I downloaded the free KakaoTalk app for Android to my Motorola Droid X, and then downloaded the free app on my boyfriend's iPhone as well. The app immediately found me as a connection on his phone — super handy! We proceeded to test it by sending each other silly pictures, voice recordings, videos ... Full Article »

April 18, 2011 5:40pm

Google’s +1 and what it means for your mobile device

This just in, Google (GOOG) launched a new service. Normally, this is reason for much excitement, but this new service has people asking questions. It’s called +1. You may be familiar with the functionality because it’s something that you already use in your everyday life -- Facebook’s “Like ... Full Article »

March 31, 2011 10:35am

Chat it up with Kik Messenger for Android

Real-time messaging options abound. From your Android, you can text, tweet, use Facebook or a host of other instant-messaging services. Kik Messenger joins the party with this Android app. It's a good communication tool — whether it's right for you will depend on what your circle of friends and co ... Full Article »

March 20, 2011 8:00pm

Dialer2 brings back voice calling on Android devices

Yes, mobile phones still make calls. With all the activity around apps and multimedia, it's easy to forget that voice calling was the original reason we began carrying these devices. The Dialer2 app gets back to basics by revamping the voice caller feature of Android. If you make and take calls, you ... Full Article »

March 2, 2011 5:55am

Android app Beluga is a whale of a group messaging client

Hardcore BlackBerry users who make the jump to an Android handset invariably ask one question: "Where's my BBM?" BlackBerry Messenger is but one ingredient of that phone's success. After all, as a universal group-messaging app, it's hard to beat. Until now. Beluga is a whale of a replacement to thi ... Full Article »

January 25, 2011 3:08am

Tango Video Calls Android app offers a solid video chatting experience

From the looks of it, Tango Video Calls is everything for Android that Skype should be. It's a great way to connect with friends, free, and even has video chatting capabilities. Everything I've seen and heard about the Skype app for the Android platform indicates that it needs work. While you're ab ... Full Article »

January 20, 2011 5:34am

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