Control Your Android From Your Desktop with FutureDial
Wednesday 22nd of September 2010
You don’t mean your desktop much to make your Android phone “just work” when it comesto file transfering and all that, but sometimes you may be craving for a tool that makes organizing and transfering your files between different phones, a lot easier. This is where FutureDial comes to help.Here’s what it can do:Backup and sync phone contacts and calendars with OutlookKeep website bookmarks in sync – supported browsers are include Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.Customize music files on the PC to use as personalized phone ringers.Modify, transfer and save photos and video clips between the Android phone and the PC.Archive text messages from the phone to the PC for safekeeping, and use the PC keyboard to create and send SMS through the connected Android phone to up to 500 recipients simultaneously.This software is not free, though. You have to pay $35 for it, but if you really don’t like using the old fashion way, then FutureDial is an option for you.[Via TalkAndroid]
FutureDial suite brings control over your Android phone from your desktop
Monday 20th of September 2010
The thing I love most about my Android phone is that it requires very little interaction with a desktop. However, there are some instances where plugging in has some serious benefits, including the transfer of multiple files. This is where FutureDial Suite for Android can come in handy, which lets users perform a variety of tasks from their desktop computer, including://Backup and sync phone contacts and calendars with OutlookKeep website bookmarks in sync – supported browsers are include Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.Customize music files on the PC to use as personalized phone ringers.Modify, transfer and save photos and video clips between the Android phone and the PC.Archive text messages from the phone to the PC for safekeeping, and use the PC keyboard to create and send SMS through the connected Android phone to up to 500 recipients simultaneously.Also, here is a list of the supported devices: Google Nexus One HTC Eris HTC Evo 4G HTC Droid Incredible HTC G1 Dream HTC Hero HTC MyTouch 3G Motorola Backflip Motorola CLIQ Motorola CLIQ XT Motorola Devour Motorola Droi
No Fennec for Android!
Tuesday 11th of November 2008
The recently announced Firefox web browser Fennec, which is just in to its alpha version, can’t be developed for Android. Said Jay Sullivan, the Vice-President for mobile at Mozilla, that according to the Google’s requirements, all the apps listed on the Android Market must be developed only in Java where as Fennec uses AJAX. He admitted that if Google allowed to run apps on the operating system with out the need to be written in Java, then they would be interested in developing the Fennec for Android.The Mozillaites are currently also involved in a research project christened the Weave, that allows us to remotely access our desktop browser’s browsing history, bookmarks, and other personalized settings. It also enables us to remotely share our data literally with the other users and even third parties.
Featured: Firefox 14 Hits The Play Store, Much Faster With New Features
Tuesday 26th of June 2012
Firefox has long been known as a good and reliable browser. In fact, for a while there, Firefox was the number two browser in the World and a significantly better alternative to the disaster of Internet Explorer. Okay, the newer versions of IE are far better than its predecessors, but back in the day, moving from that to Firefox, was a night and day difference.Mozilla has had Firefox available on mobile as well, just Android with no plans of releasing on iOS. Today, the team launched version 14 which has a number of improvements and some new features. Right out of the gate, the speed has been improved. Many have complained about the browser taking too long to load once you fire it up and that’s supposedly been improved as well. Mozilla even claims that it’s twice as fast as the stock Android browser according to their benchmarks and testing.There are also better syncing options built-in where you can see all your bookmarks, history, and passwords and form data that were synced from the desktop browser. And for those who want Flash in a mobile browser, that has also made i
Best Web Browser App?
Tuesday 15th of January 2013
Hey, I was wondering what the best overall web browser is for Android. I'm coming from a gen 1 iPod Touch where I just use Safari and My Macbook with Firefox, so Android apps are a bit new to me.I have some questions about various browsers too:Does Firefox run as RAM heavy as it's OS X/PC brethren?Does Chrome make each tab a seperate instance bloating ram like it's OS X/PC brethren?Are there any good Android only Browsers I should know of?Also in general, can I import my bookmarks through an HTML file like one does on PCs?Thanks.
native browser and import
Sunday 22nd of July 2012
Hi android forumWhat is the native android browser?How can i import my pc bookmarks html file?Chrome better?Will firefox be supported?Where are manuals (english, i found others) for infinity?Thank you