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View your contacts’ full-screen profile pictures from Facebook when they call you and when you call them!

11 Jun

Description

SmartSync magically updates your Contacts with their pictures and information from Facebook!

★★★ Over 1,000,000 people love SmartSync! 🙂

Keep your contacts always up-to-date with their pictures and information from Facebook (birthday, status, address, website, company & job title).

Now you can view your contacts pictures from Facebook when they call you and when you call them!

View all your contacts birthdays in one convenient place. Get reminders for contacts birthdays and send them awesome gifts on Facebook. You will never forget your friends birthdays again.

If you like Facebook check out SmartSync. It’s fun, easy and FREE. Happy Syncing 🙂

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★ Facebook: facebook.com/smartsyncmobile
★ Twitter: twitter.com/smartsyncme
★ YouTube: tinyurl.com/smartsyncme
★ Support: support@smartsync.me

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► Smart Tip: Invite your friends and their picture will appear automatically in your contact list!

* Facebook name and logo are trademarks of Facebook Inc. SmartSync is not affiliated with, endorsed, or sponsored by Facebook.

App Store – SmartSync – Facebook Sync.

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fPrivacy Lets You Grant or Revoke Specific Facebook App Permissions

19 Dec

fPrivacy Lets You Grant or Revoke Specific Facebook App Permissions.

Facebook Updates iOS App, Adds Timelines and Friend Lists

18 Dec

Facebook Updates iOS App, Adds Timelines and Friend Lists.

With the advancement of technology, do you think electronic subscriptions will fully replace paper newspapers & magazines, especially with the fragmentation of fees like with the NY Times app?

6 Dec

New York Times' electronic subscription

The plan has gotten a lot of skepticism since it launched in March because of its unusual porousness and complexity. Users can still access up to 20 articles for free every four weeks before having to pay, but some of its blogs and other content are outside the paywall. And people who come to any articles through searches, social media and blogs will still be able to read those article regardless of the monthly limit (so there are all sorts of ways to beat the system and get in for free, like altering the URL).

Today’s form letter, signed by a marketing executive for the company, doesn’t do much to make me more excited about how the Times is going about charging. It uses the tried-and-true print subscription tactic that you’ve seen newspapers and magazines use for decades. “Continue your unlimited access and pay 99¢ for your first 8 weeks,” the email exclaims.

After that point, the cost goes up $3.75 a week for the basic access plan. It includes the web and a mobile app, but not tablets and other features, which you’ll have to pay more for. A yearly cost for the base plan comes out to $195. It’s on the high end of digital subscription costs, although a little lower than what its rival, The Wall Street Journal, currently offers.

via Despite All The Issues, I’m Ready To Buy My Digital Subscription To The New York Times | TechCrunch.

#teechy FREE BEER! Pre-launch party for “Quillt” app @ the Swamp tonight (10PM)! Quillt is the world’s first “never-miss-a-single-moment” app for iPhone, Android, SMS, and the Web. Because your life moves on in between Facebook & Twitter status updates.

9 Nov

Calling it now: Quillt has the potential to be the hottest new thing for capturing digital memories. Sure there’s Facebook and Twitter, but all you can really do is upload fragmented memories in different photo albums, wall posts, status updates, and other threats. There’s no unity. No story.

Quillt fixes this problem by allowing you and all your friends to “stitch” together memories on your shared Quillt for any party, vacation, all-nighter, or whatever.

It’s a unified experience that translates into an easily readable story.

"Quillt" app fills the void between Facebook and Twitter status updates.

Do you live in Gainesville, FL? Quillt, a Silicon Valley startup, is being launched exclusively at the University of Florida. Download the app, sign up on www.quillt.com, and come to Swamp Restaurant at 10PM for FREE beer, $2 drinks, and a great place to start your own Quillt! (Note: You need to sign up to be admitted into the Swamp Restaurant).

Life moves fast. That’s why close friends who share life’s highs, lows, and everything in between use Quillt.

Quillt, produced by Austin Cooley, Niko Ralf Cunningham, and Shane Mooney, and backed by a co-founder of Facebook, is app that provides the perfect way for close friends to share their lives together. From the road trip you and the gang took to the late-night study session before finals to the night of your life you had on your first date with Mrs. Right, Quillt stitches your entire social life together. It’s a social networking app that is meant for people who are actually social.

Start a Quillt for every occasion, party, group, circle of friends, road-trip, vacation…whatever, and allow as many of your friends with you to add to your Quillt. Getting hammered tonight? QUILLT IT! Start your story with Quillt and let up to 5 of your closest friends follow your night/event/party/story.

It’s the app for social-everything.

Creating Your Quillts:
✓ You wear many different hats, so join or start as many Quillts as you like. New Experience = New Quillt.
✓ Invite close friends and family to help build each of your Quillts and never forget the highlights of your life.
✓ From your first kiss to your trip through Europe, capture your entire relationship with texts, videos, photos, and check-ins.
✓ Unlimited thoughts, comments, photos, and video uploads.
✓ Quillt on the go and remember the concert through the eyes of everyone who went.
✓ Create stories around what you feel and invite friends to comment and write with you.
✓ Ask questions of your friends and solve life’s little riddles.

Sharing Your Quillts:
✓ Choose who can follow your experiences as spectators.
✓ Share your life as it unfolds with up to 5 spectators per Quillt and give them live, front row tickets to your world.
✓ Engage with your friends’ spectators and make new friends.
✓ Keep your most intimate memories private from spectators by locking them down.
✓ No sharing to twitter or facebook allowed. Quillt is for real-life family and friends.

Viewing Your Quillts:
✓ Relive all your memories in real-time – on your phone or on the web; always free and backed-up instantly to Quillt.com.
✓ Follow your friend’s secrets and share inside jokes with those you trust.
✓ Be invited to become a spectator on your friend’s Quillts and participate in their life (in real-time) from wherever you are.
✓ Quillt works with everyone – from SMS users to iPhone users. Even those with just an internet connection at home can Quillt.

Experience the life you’ve always wanted to see. Yours. Quillt every Thing.

Another screen capture of Quillt

Gizmodo has updated its essential iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7 app list. These are must haves!

7 Nov

Gizmodo essential apps – Gizmodo.

First, a shout out to my friend, Kari, for finally updating her phone.

Smartphones >>> dumbphones.

So continue here to check out the apps you need for your new device!

iPhone

iPad

Android

Windows Phone 7

Oink for iPhone Finds You the Best Item on Any Restaurant’s Menu

4 Nov

iOS: New app Oink aims to fill a gap in the location-based review services where. Instead of rating places, you rate the things inside those places, so you always get the best experience.

Whether you’re looking for the best burger on that restaurant’s menu, or the best roller coaster at Six Flags, Oink will find it for you. Oink is a community-driven review service in which reviewers—called “Builders”—can rate the things inside any restaurant or other attraction, so you end up getting the best that place has to offer.

Oink is a free download for iOS only.

Oink | iTunes App Store

via Oink Finds You the Best Item on Any Restaurants Menu.

 

Forget Xzibit. Pimp out your bangin’-hot Prius with the automotive industry’s first integrated and mirrored smartphone-car system from Toyota.

26 Oct

Called this one too. It’s coming. And fast. The next step for Apple, Google, Microsoft, etc. after your cpu, phone, tablet, and TV/living room?

Your ride.

If you’re looking to get your smartphone more in-sync with your car, you may want to consider a new Toyota with the Touch Life “infotainment” system. Given a compatible smartphone / app combo, it can mirror the phones display on its 7-inch touchscreen for access to navigation, music or social networking services. Nokia owners can connect their Symbian Belle devices by way of MirrorLink, developed by the Car Connectivity Consortium, in its first deployment by the automotive industry.

Apple iPhone and iPod faithful will have to install Application Launcher in order to sync up with the infotainment system. If driving distractions are a concern, steering wheel controls play nice with the tech as well — its not quite SYNC Applink, but well take it. Toyota promises features and smartphones will continue to be added, but for a current list of compatible cars, devices and apps, check the press release on the website below.

via Toyota introduces Touch Life smartphone mirroring system, your Prius and iPhone can become one — Engadget.

Scott Forstall, the Polarizing Genius Behind iOS, is the mini-Steve Jobs

13 Oct

Forstall comes across as the Once and Future Apple—a reminder that the company is more than one man, its a philosophy both technical and industrial that its torchbearers can either work together to nurture, or watch flicker out due to corporate infighting and jealousy

via Scott Forstall, the Polarizing Genius Behind iOS.

Aqua, OS X Leopard, the Mac-minded philosophy iOS, and the App Store are all children of Forstall’s vision.

Forstall was behind or involved in several key iPhone-related patents, and he’s likely the most important person at the company behind Tim Cook and Jon Ive. He’s also the closest approximation to Steve Jobs currently working at Apple:

In many ways, Forstall is a mini-Steve. He’s a hard-driving manager who obsesses over every detail. He has Jobs’s knack for translating technical, feature-set jargon into plain English.

Aisle411 shows where your shopping items are in grocery and large retail stores. Aisles, on your phone. #teechy

10 Oct

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Aisle411 is an indoor navigation app designed to help you find your way through large retail stores, like Lowe’s or Home Depot, as well as in grocery stores like Albertson’s, Giant, Safeway, Von’s and others.

via Aisle411 Partners With ZipList For Shopping Lists, Recipe Search | TechCrunch.

Download from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aisle411/id394218369?mt=8

Android App to launch later this year

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