If you’re a shopping addict and own an Android phone, consider yourself lucky, since there are so many Android apps that can give you the opportunity to shop directly from your phone and save much money. I guess it’s hard to choose some of those shopping apps on iTunes, that’s why we’ve sorted out the best 5 of them: 5) Google Shopper Google has developed a number of apps that are aimed at making our lives easier and Google Shopper continues that trend. The app turns your phone into a barcode scanner, price checker and discount finder, giving us the chance to save a bit of money on High Street prices and prevent us from buying an item that is rubbish.
Today, life is busier and more complex than ever before. Families have so much going on that it can seem overwhelming trying to keep up with it all. Everyday life is so incredibly busy that you must have complex schedules built into your smartphone or tablet just to get everything done.
Samsung’s Galaxy R is the Galaxy S2’s little sibling. Like any younger brother, its arrival will be celebrated, but in a more muted manner than that afforded the S2. As with any eagerly-anticipated newborn, information on Galaxy R contracts is subject to change: there’s only so much you can glean from a blurry in utero scan.
Mobile technology has gone a long way from its humble bulky beginnings to its sleek and stylish present. It has also evolved from being a means of talking to someone, to an all-around communications device. Looking through the years, one can really see the development of the cellphone.
There is a good chance that if you own an older generation iPhone, you took advantage of Fring’s services. In case you are unfamiliar with it, Fring is a very popular VoIP client that provides its services for free. The Fring application for older phones lets users conduct 1-way video calls: a person uses his camera to show himself while the person on the other end watches on his phone’s screen.