I've read several articles regarding ridiculous roaming charges. Here's another story (note: I'm not the author):
Apparently it’s possible to run up a $750 international data roaming bill in one minute on AT&T.
I'm having problems adjusting the volume of the voice. While listening to music at the same time, the Google Maps navigation instructions boom extremely loud. No matter what I do I can not lower the volume to a level that doesn't nearly mute my music.
For those using the Groove IP and Google Voice combo for calls.The new Groove IP can be found at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.snrblabs.g... .You will need to register for a new account.Tried the ring back number for WIFI and it worked OK.
"Google Voice users: GrooVe IP will no longer support Google Voice users from May 15, 2014".
There is a new 680news traffic app that will announce traffic along your route and will announce traffic along your route. the app is called 680news traffic and free from appstore or android google store.
Any comments and do you like it or is there a better app that offers traffic without a paid subscription.
Some people seem to be interested in a dash cam.
Here is an APP for iPhones, comes in a FREE version and a buy version for US $ 2.99
There are also APPS available for ANDROID phones.
Also FREE and paid versions available. Under $ 5.00 US
A great reason to not us Internet Explorer as your browser!
Suggest: Pale Moon (x64) - http://www.palemoon.org/
I just updated both my ipad2 and 5S phone to the newest 7.1? Via my home wifi. The 5s went thru fine but the pad bombed. After an hour or so with apple support to restore the pad, I find out from their own techs that they recommend using I tunes to update ALL apple devices rather than home or business wifi directly. Not that you will always have problems with direct wifi but it COULD happen.
Due to changes in Google Voice, this app Groove IP https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.snrblabs.g... will be switching to a different provider to make and receive calls. You can find the most up to date information on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/snrb.labs
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To those who have made the in-app purchase for updates... Hit up the Map Manager within the app... follow the prompt and happy updating...
Ran across this free GPS App. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mapfactor.... .I like the features it offers and appears very easy to use. Have not try out on the road yet. Just checking out what I can at home. Has Camera downloads also free. Not sure just how accurate they may be.It loads maps to the SD Card.
Hi there, i am looking for an app for my android phone and i am searching similar to what ios have with poiviewer.
I have found some apps that can read gpx in googleplay but i have not find anyone with an connection for the navigator.
So what i want is an app that can show my gpx-file and i want it to have a button i can hit, the button should activate my navigator-app and show me the way.
And no, this is not Apple Bashing.
I used to own a Garmin GPS but it broke. I just bought my first smartphone, an iPhone 5s. Are there any speed camera alert options available to iPhone users? Seems it is a waste to buy a separate GPS just for speed camera alerts. Thanks
Your bank data may be at risk if you use iPhone, iPad and iPod
"If you haven't updated your iPhone recently, your personal information and possibly your financial data is at risk. As of Wednesday, he said, only 20 percent of Level's users had updated to the latest version of iOS."
There is now a geocache merit badge available for Boy Scouts. It is very informative in how GPS works. I sat in on my son's class and really learned alot. I had not known how a GPS can zero in to one square meter and how they come up with the longitude and latitude numbers. I would encourage any parent of a scout to get the merit badge. It was also fun finding the caches.
I have an Android Tablet. The Dell Venue 7. I have noticed that when I go to Youtube (the mobile website version) I am able to play videos. When I get to the Desktop website version of Youtube I get the message that I need to download Adobe Flash player. Is the any type of flash player that I can download for Android to get the videos to play in the Desktop website version of Youtube?
For those of you that like to bash Apple for the closed garden mentality and then tout Google Android as being an open OS, read this:
Radio Shack (an unlikely source for deals) ran a sale this Sunday and Monday. I learned about it late Monday, but still managed to score a $14 GPS! (The deal is over, but I think you may still be able to find the devices for around $20).
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