What is the coolest iphone (or Droid) app and why?
My husband just got the iphone and I got the droid and the number of (free) apps is amazing. I even found one that is a balance tool. Sooo much fun!
Interesting question, my friend has an android phone and there was this cool app on his phone where he's able to tell you the name of a song that you hear but you have no idea what the song is called. Yesterday me and my friend we're at walgreens picking up some photos and i heard this song on the in store it was very familiar to me but i had no idea what the song was called, so he told me he can find the songs name with him knowing, so he pulled out his android phone and he recorded the song on his phone and within minutes he was able to find the name of the song. The song was called angel from chaka khan and the app is called shazam.
EasyTether - hands down.
Of all the apps I've tested - looked at - played with.... EasyTether allows me to use my Android Phone as my Internet Provider - *without* Rooting (a whole 'nother convo). Dial-up, tho it may be, my laptop has internet in the absence of Wi-Fi.
Install the drivers for the phone, install the app - plug it into my laptop and BOOYAH!
I'm answering this question.
I haven't tried the tethering, but I'm sure it's awesome. Nonetheless, psx4droid I find is great. I can play any playstation game so 1 app gives you access to a lot of games. (This keeps me entertained while I'm waiting around airports and on airplanes)
I think there's at least 1 playstation game out there for everybody
I would have to say my fravorite app for android is Launcher Pro. You are basically changing the whole look and feel of your OS on your phone. How cool is that. Learn more at http://5androidapps.blogspot.com/2011/0 … erpro.html
The new iPhone Facebook App is excellent. A huge difference since the last App
by Lily Rose 7 years ago
I have a Env3 with Verizon and I am ready to upgrade. My knowledge about Smartphones and all the capabilities is very limited.I really want an iPhone but I'm really not sure I want to leave Verizon for ATT.My sister has an iPhone and she uses it to scedule all her to-do's and appointments and...
by Venture Boyz 7 years ago
Should I get a droid or iphone?I have verizon (incase it matters)
by Mary 4 years ago
What is the app called that acts as the on off button on an iPhone when the button falters?Does anyone know what the app is called that can be downloaded onto an iPhone when the off & on button won't work?
by Joelle Burnette 15 months ago
Put forth your strongest case for owning (or not owning) one or the other...a Blackberry or an iPhone.
by christoss1959 7 years ago
Do not get the Droid or any other Motorola phone!I saw you posted in the a hub that you are interested in buying a Motorola Droid for your sake do not buy it you will be hugely dissapointed as all the Motorola Android phones are rubbish and I am saying that from personal experinceIf you don't...
by Joana e Bruno 5 years ago
Which do you think is better and why: iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S3?
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