After an infinite hiatus (or some 22 million seconds), I’m back with a long overdue post. Where have I been the past 6240 hours?
This one had me up in arms … you mean EVERY single iPhone has been using the same notification sound for all messages. The next minute I’m going to find out an iPhone cannot have a customized ringtone either? Hang on, someone tell me it does!
Google has always envisioned cloud computing, and Android apps were meant to embrace that. mSpot has finally brought music to the cloud for users – syncing your home music library to your workstations and mobile has just become a reality.
mSpot allows people to upload their music- be it purchased, ripped …
Adobe has officially released Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android devices running Android 2.2 Froyo. So if you are a Nexus One user and have received an OTA update to Froyo or done the manual update, you can visit the official download page for Flash 10.1 and start browsing Flash enabled websites, view Flash videos and use Flash applications on your device.
Google recently announced that they would be rolling out the Android 2.2 updates to Nexus One and OEM phones over the next few weeks, though there have been reports that some Nexus One users have already received their updates over the air (OTA). Well, for those who cannot wait (including yours truly), you can manually update your phone instead of waiting for the OTA update.