If there was one point of contention within the Android platform that is shared among users and developers it has got to be push notifications. Whether you are a developer or an end user, push notifications on Android are often times problematic, simply do not work as intended or are often attributed as a cause for battery life due to the nature in how they work.Luckily for developers and users...
This is one you guys have been wanting for a while -- Android's Facebook app finally has proper Facebook chat. And push notifications. Yes, Virginia, there really is a Santa Claus. You can get the Version 1.5.0 update now in the Android Market, and we've got download links after the break. Now excuse us while we pester some Facebook friends.
Like I mentioned in the Nov. 19 edition of our Editors' App Picks, I send a lot of text messages. Maybe not as much as some of you, but, it's not uncommon for me to have used over 3,000 text messages each month.If you're a heavy texter who spends a substantial portion of your day in front of a computer, you might be surprised how much you'll enjoy SMS2PC. Respond quicker, and type faster --...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 21 Feb 2010 12:58 pm
One of the biggest complaints from those migrating over from a Blackberry to an Android device has got to be e-mail. We get used to doing things a certain way, and feel lost when things change. Even if you’re not used to Blackberry’s push mail this is a great method to not only get things more organized, but save some battery as well. Join us after the break!
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