Tag: App

  • IM+ Pro Android Review

    There seems to be no shortage of Instant Messaging apps in the Android market these days. A simple search will come up with apps like eBuddy, Meebo, IMO, IMEasy etc. Well, IM+ is yet another instant messaging app. IM+ from Shape Services has to be the most extensive messaging app that I have had the […]

  • Windows Phone 7 in numbers: A promising start

    There are many GEEKsters out there looking for some numbers from MS to help them make a decision on their next smartphone. Judging by some of the numbers released by MS, things are moving in the right direction. The number of developers downloading the needed tools to develop apps are great considering this is a new platform. Read more…

  • iPad 2 shortages continue, relief 1-2 months away

    Apple is facing major supply issues with the new iPad 2, with some customers having to wait 4 to 5 weeks for delivery. Apple has had shortage issues in the past with the second generation iPhone 3G for more than a month and up to 3 weeks on the Iphone 4 according to reports from NPD Group.

  • Sprint’s new Total Equipment Protection Application

    Sprint recently announced a new Total Equipment Protection application that is very useful for smartphones if you pay for the TEP insurance plan. If you lose your phone you can locate, lock, clear and restore it all with this application. To give you peace of mind you can restore your information once you recover your handset so don’t think everything is gone forever. This is something Verizon and AT&T have already been successful with so maybe Sprint will be as well.

  • PPCGeeks Video Review: Pac-Man & Twin Blades for WP7.

    Hey guys. Tony here bringing you another video review for WP7. This time we take a quick glance at the Twin Blades side scroller and the classic game of Pac-Man. Join me inside for the video review!

  • [App Review] Dive Into Dolphin Browser: Now With 150% More PPCGeeks!

    Let’s face it: The stock browser on your shiny new Android device lacks…a lot. Well, let’s go ahead and fix that, shall we? Read on to find out more about the exciting Dolphin Browser HD and its various add-ons (Such as our PPCGeeks Add-on) in this Pocket PC Geeks Review by Bradart!

  • How to: Prevent cracks of your windows phone applications

    Following is an article authored for PPCGeeks News by our very own member, Ziggy471. He has many years of experience in computer programming and coding, and has written the following to help both aspiring and veteran mobile application developers deal with an issue that may arise. So you have decided to download the Windows Phone […]

  • How Many Apps In That App Store?

    Apps, apps, apps! With Google’s recent announcement that the Android Market has reached 38,000 applications, I decided to find out how many applications are in each of the major smartphone app stores. Remember that these figures are only for the number of applications in the official application store and do not include the total number […]

  • Windows Phone 7 Developer Documentation And Resources

    Looking to develop applications for Windows Phone 7 but not sure of where to start? Microsoft recently released several free resources that will help any aspiring  app developer start in the right direction. With Windows Phone 7, XNA, Silverlight and .NET are the supported runtimes that developers will be working with. The current list of […]

  • [PPCG REVIEW]- SlyDial

    Have you ever been in a situation where you need to leave a voicemail message for somebody and you just do not want to deal with that person? If you have, then I recommend using SlyDial, a multi-platform application/service that allows you to connect straight to a person’s voicemail. There are two ways you can […]

  • Google Maps for Windows Mobile updated to v3.3

    Oh how old Google Maps version 1.0 must feel considering it is up to v3.3 now. The biggest update is synchronization of starred locations with the mobile and desktop versions. Below is the blog post by the Google Mobile team. You may download the .CAB here. As told by the Google Mobile team- Google Maps […]

  • [UPDATED] Microsoft’s Marketplace for Mobile Has Remote Death Switch For Apps

    Updated September 18: Microsoft has offered some clarification on this issue: Quote: In the vast majority of instances where an application is removed from Windows Marketplace for Mobile, users of this application will continue to be able to use these applications on their phones. In the rare event an application from Marketplace exhibits harmful behavior […]