Charger/sync cables have seemingly been around forever. They have always served one of two purposes: to charge and/or sync your device. It would seem that we know everything there is
Overview We recently reviewed the Color Cables that are a unique sync cable, since they glow in the dark, allowing you to locate that valuable charging cable when your device has
As bandwidth availability increases, more focus is being placed on cloud services, with the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive gaining in popularity for users to store their documents, pictures,
You may have caught our preview post of a great Indiegogo campaign that caught our attention, and the kind guys over at Color Cables sent us a few review units over to
For those of you not familiar with Dropbox… well, you might want to get outside every once in awhile. The service provides cloud hosting for your files, and makes them
Tapatalk is easily the most popular mobile forum browsing application for Android. It’s quite handy, with a great interface that makes any supported forum easy to navigate. Free to most
Syncplicity Android Launch Delivers Secure File Access and Sharing for Mobile Workers [PRESS RELEASE]
MENLO PARK, CALIF. – November 15, 2011 – Syncplicity, a leader in cloud based file management solutions for businesses and individuals, today announced the immediate availability of Syncplicity for Android. With the
Recently, good friends of Android Guys, Chris Soyars and Martin B. (chrissoyars and optedoblivion) released a handy app called Drop Snap. The app automatically uploads images taken on your Android phone to your dropbox account with no muss and no fuss. Take a picture and BAM, your photo uploads for safe keeping. Kind of like an eyefi for your Android device.
If you are a fan of iTunes and have wanted to sync your Android device, you might want to hear this. Miro 4, an open-source desktop media client for Mac, PC, and Linux, does just that. With Miro 4, you can seamlessly sync your Android device’s music, videos, and applications.
If you are like a lot of people nowadays, you use your mobile phone for a camera more than you do your dedicated point and shoot. Also like a lot of people, you take pictures and then either forget or don’t get a chance to sync your device via a wire to your computer to get said pictures off of your phone. Sugar Sync has a solution for this problem as they have announced a revamped version of their Android app, which allows you to sync your images, video and folders wirelessly to your PC. A quote from the press release:
If you remember, back in August, we did a review on SyncMate for Mac. Since then, they have made some amazing breakthroughs in their service. As both an Android and
Nullsoft, the makers of WinAmp (and owned by AOL), have announced today that they have upgraded their popular music player app for Android to 1.0 today, giving users a bunch
The popular Evernote, if you don’t know , lets users “tag” or save info (notes, webpages, audio, video, pictures) and have the ability to access them anywhere via the web.