YouTube, arguably todayâ€™s most popular video sharing and streaming website is constantly upgrading and making changes to its services to keep the user interest at large. From HD support to a new embedded player, new features and upgrades are made available every now and then. Most recently, YouTube has announced that now it will revamp its mobile website to allow support for the complete YouTube experience which the desktop users enjoy. This includes changes which will enable the YouTube experience to be enhanced on all modern smartphones, including the iPhone.
Remember the leaked photos I shared of another Android-powered T-mobile phone, which was termed as ‘G2’? Well, the curtains finally went up when, a couple of days ago at the Mobile World Congress ’09, HTC Magic was announced.
HTC Magic will be the first touch-only phone, featuring the upcoming Android Cupcake update, which also includes an on-screen keyboard.
A very pleasant telecom update for Android lovers is that a Chinese telecommunication company Huawei has announced their first Android powered smartphone.
They announced it at MWC 2009 at Barcelona. After the success of G1, Android has already got its way to rule the telecom market when Motorola, Samsung, Kogan and now Huawei have announced their Android powered smart phones.
There have been number of note-taking applications which include text and photo notes. But a voice-note application, and that also by Microsoft is something new in the industry.
Today, Microsoft unveiled Microsoft Recite, a new service to the public that could record random voice notes and you can recall that message later by speaking back to the app.
QuickOffice is an all-in-one suite for Symbina S60 phones, which allows you to create, edit and view Office document right on your Symbian device.
You can edit your documents in its original formatting and retains its quality just as it was in your computer.
Opera Mini for Android was in beta stage since November 2008, but the Opera team has finally made it live, the final Opera Mini 4.2 for Google Android.
It is is an award-winningÂ Java-based web browser for mobile phones, which is being used by more than 44 million people!
With the release of Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, we saw the next version of the OS,Â S60v5 SymbianOS 9.4 which has opened gates to lots of innovative mobile apps and games.
It’s main feature is the touch support, and powers all the new touch-screen phones from Nokia. Not many applications are available for S60 v5, so I compiled a list of popular apps that you can use with your Nokia 5800.
Not including Bluetooth file transfer was one of the most talked about not-added-features of iPhone when they came out. But looks like, some rogue developers have finally decided to fill that gap!
Bluetooth file transfer is among the most awaited features of iPhone, but Apple doesn’t look any interested in adding that feature any soon. But thanks to Cydia, iBluetooth app will soon let transfer files with other cell phones.
In the last one week, I’ve wr8itten two articles about HTC handsets. The G1, and leaked photos of G2. No wonder, I’m becoming a fan of HTC, and might get one as my next cell phone along with the Nokia N97.
Recently in Germany, the new HTC Touch Cruise has been officially announced for the rest of the world.