In order to make things easier to navigate,I'm going to start a new topic each month like Jon does for, keeping your windmill alive and the joke threads. Free links are short lived anyway and will make Navigation short and sweet.
Do you know of a great Android App that is free?
Why not post the link here.
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Shop music on Android Market and listen instantly using the Google Music app.
Google Music is a cloud-powered music player and storage service that lets you keep your music collection online so you can save space on your Android device.
* All your your music purchases from Android Market automatically appear on Google Music.
* Add up to 20,000 more songs from your personal music collection on your computer for free.
* Access to your entire music library instantly with the Google Music app, and save your favorites for offline playback.
* Share a free full play of the songs you purchased from Android Market with your friends on Google+.
* Learn more about Google Music at http://music.google.com/about
* Available in the U.S. only.
Push to Talk, text, photos, location, groups, cross platform and no ads
Turn your phone into a Walkie Talkie.
Don't waste time on phone calls and voicemails.
Voxer® is a Walkie Talkie app for smartphones. Send instant Audio, Text, Photo and Location messages to one friend or a group of your friends. Your friends can listen to your message while you talk or check it out later.
Free Voice and Video Calls!
Tango allows you to make free phone calls and free video calls over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. Make calls to any other person who has Tango installed on their PC, phone or tablet. Start a Tango call with just voice, and easily move into a video call when you have something to share. It’s easy to use, it’s fun, and it works.
Here is a nice free one for organizing your apps. https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.code.appsor.....
Does anyone know of a good application that can be used to sync Microsoft Outlook with an Android phone? A direct connect would be preferred. I tried Companion Link and it was okay, but not reliable. On my last sync it merged and combined outlook contact data. In addition it deleted several contacts. Fortunately I have a backup for a while back, so I will be spending time restoring my contacts. Any assistance or suggestions on reliable Outlook to Android sync applications will be appreciated.
Thanks for the insite on the walkie talkie feature for the android opt. love it.
Your phone manufacture does not supply a software for this? Whether it came with the phone or you have to download it. My HTC has "HTC Sync" that I can download from Sprint. It syncs with outlook. Myself I have a Mac so that does not work for me.
To sync contacts I use "Google Sync" myself. Add to one device and the others automatically have it. As for e-mail itself I set myself up to be "BCC" in on every e-mail I send from my device whether it be an Android, Blackberry, or Ipad. In this way I have a copy of the mail I sent.
Not an exact solution but may be something to look into.
Yes, thanks for the insistence.
I have been using Google Calender Sync, but it is not an app on my cell phone, it does sync my outlook calendar on my PC with my Calendar on my phone. Sure would like to know about an app that does do what you are asking for.
I am going to have to try that one once I get a chance. Thanks for the info.
I use Enhanced Email. It will also sync calendar and contacts. I happened to get in on the Amazon App store when it was the free app of the day. It is not at 9.99 (which is a bit expensive). I have seen it on sale for $5 at times, so you can pick it up at half price. The developer does have a trial version available that you can try - see the forum at http://quantumsolutions.us/forum/,
I hope that helps.
An amazing app to find a lost Android.
Another very cool app is "Plan B". You have to check this out!
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