Source: Bits and Pieces
Source: Bits and Pieces
If you have ever wished that you could send a text message from your computer or tablet but never had the chance, your luck could be in with the EndlessJabber PC to Smartphone SMS service. Basically you download the Android app from Google Play and then the extension for the Chrome or Firefox browser. You can now send and receive SMS via the web app and if you want, you could even choose the XMPP chat client it’s all about what’s suit you, EndlessJabber caters for all tastes.
This is a brilliant idea, as it means you are able to stay in touch without having your Smartphone in your hand. It looks like EndlessJabber is going to be one of those apps that will grow and grow, it just needs a bit of a push start to get it going and once it gets going, who knows where it is going to end up. The EndlessJabber should be launching very soon, if you want to get involved before the launch date there are some cool deals available starting from around $10, it is not essential but sometimes it’s nice to get involved at the beginning of something interesting.
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Normally a Smartphone case is just that a case, but sometimes you get something that comes along and you have to take a closer look, not because of what it looks like but simply because of features that it offers. This is why we are taking a closer look at the CasePlug, as the name suggests it is a Smartphone case offering protection from minor damage and yet there is much more to this. The CasePlug is a mount, prop, charging and synchronizing device all in one handy package that you can carry around with you. You beauty is, most of the time you will not even know that you are carrying all this stuff around with you. This is why multi function Smartphone case is the way forward, why have an ordinary case anymore?
Currently it seems that it is only available for the iPhone user, it comes three cool colours such as blue, green, grey and black but colour is not everything. This case fits neatly over the phone and can stay there for as long as the user keeps the phone without getting in the way. One cool feature of this case is the built in USB connection that allows the user to plug it directly into the USB port of a computer or into a USB adapter for charging the device via a wall mounted power socket or even through the in the car power point.
The Case Plug should be launching before the end of the year, but it can be pre ordered from just $25 at the moment, with other versions and offers available too.
Source: Case Plug
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Despite all of the benefits of using Apple products there has been a demand for an app that is something like Googles Photo Sphere, so why bother when you can have the real thing! Instead of allowing other developers to produce a 360 degree photo app, Google has released an iOS version of Photo Sphere, which is a clever move by the search giant to introduce this image app for other phone owners. The app means that the user is able point the device at something interesting, the app puts a dot on the screen and all you have to do now is move the device to capture the complete 360 degree image or less if required, either way the image can capture as much of the scenery as you want.
Of course, iOS powered devices already comes with the Pano mode, but Google’s Photo Sphere is different because it offers the user more, such as being able to move the photo view up, down, left and right, just like you can on Streetview. Another cool feature is the ability to publish the images onto Views, which is the dedicated community within Google Maps and if that is not your scene then it can just be shared on the normal social networks such as Google+, Facebook and so on. This brilliant photo app is available right now from iTunes for the iPhone or iPad and the great news is that it is free!
Source: Google Photo Sphere