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Tuesday, December 17th 2013 - 11:20 CET
Belynk the new Facebook Photo Sharing App for Android - Mobile Cloud Labs, developer of high-quality applications, announce availability of Belynk for Android mobile devices. Belynk is the new name for Mobile Cloud Labs software application, “Camera for Facebook,” and it foreshadows a new, expanded direction for the company’s social media sharing app. The current release of Belynk simplifies posting photos to Facebook. Unlike other applications that require multiple complex steps to log in, access the appropriate photos, transfer them, and then posting to Facebook, Belynk reduces the entire process to two steps. All the user has to do is open the app and take a photo, and the photo is automatically uploaded to a designated Facebook album.
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Sunday, October 6th 2013 - 12:05 CEST
To enhance productivity for an increasingly mobile workforce, Toshiba America Business Solutions introduces its e-BRIDGE Print & Capture mobile software app, which supports all Android smartphone and tablet devices supporting version 2.3.3 (released in February 2011) or later. The leading managed document services (MDS) provider and business printing solutions innovator’s free new app allows Android users to scan from and print to the company’s e-STUDIO multifunction products (MFPs) featuring its advanced e-BRIDGE technology.
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Saturday, September 28th 2013 - 13:35 CEST
Security expert Avira announced the official launch of Avira Free Android Security 2.0, after completing successful testing in Avira’s BetaCenter. Avira Free Android Anti-Virus now offers comprehensive antivirus scanning and removal, as well as retaining the remote lock, wipe and ‘scream’ features available in the original version. The free security app works on smartphones and tablets running Android 2.2 and greater. Avira Free Android Security 2.0 is available for download at the Google Play Store or directly from Avira’s website. The Android Anti-Virus app is currently localized for English, German, French and Italian.
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Wednesday, July 17th 2013 - 09:45 CEST
Polaroid announces that Polamatic, the popular photography app that combines digital photo effects and showcases them in the frame of the Polaroid Classic Border Logo, is now available for Android devices through Google Play. With the Polamatic app, users can shoot a new picture or use an existing one from their photo library, add one of 36 frames in the Polaroid Classic Border Logo format, apply a choice of 20 filters, write a caption on the white border, and share their unique, retro photo across multiple platforms. Polamatic combines the camera technology available in today's mobile devices with the classic look of an instant Polaroid picture.
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Tuesday, June 18th 2013 - 10:17 CEST
Walt Disney Interactive announced that Story, a digital storytelling app for iPhone and iPod touch that turns photography and video into compelling personal narratives, is now available on the App Store. A revolutionary story creation and storytelling Walt Disney app, Story uses intuitive technology to access the photo and video library on your iPhone or iPod touch and automatically organizes them into rich digital experiences which can be personalized, saved and shared. The Walt Disney Story App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.
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Saturday, June 15th 2013 - 21:12 CEST
With the new Rollei iPhone photo app you get everything out of your photos as well as expanding the range of functions of your Rollei tripod or your Rollei lens many times over! Along with the familiar photo and video functions, new photos can easily be saved to the iPhone library, sent by e-mail or shared with friends on Facebook while on the move. Vocal and independent: The new iPhone photo app from Rollei offers a photo and video self-timer (3-60 seconds), sound activation which can be adapted to the environmental noise level, as well as swipe activation. Photos and videos are triggered with just a hand movement - a perfect tool for self portraits.
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Friday, May 17th 2013 - 10:59 CEST
Cortado announces that Cortado Workplace is now carried by Samsung in the "Samsung Apps" store. Now Samsung users can enjoy the versatile functions of the Cortado Workplace app, including file management, file sharing and free cloud printing. According to current data of the market research firm IDC, Samsung led the worldwide smartphone market ahead of Apple in 2012 with a market share of 30.3 percent. Using the Samsung Apps Store, preinstalled on all Samsung devices, users can download selected apps to their smartphone. After extensive testing and subsequent activation by Samsung, the free cloud desktop app, Cortado Workplace, is now available too.
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Friday, May 10th 2013 - 13:00 CEST
New Spark Lightning Strike Feature Makes WeatherBug the First and Only Android App to Show How Far Lightning is to Your and Your Loved Ones’ Location. People have long relied on their eyes to detect lightning strikes and their ears to hear when thunder roars. But if you can see lightning or hear thunder, you may already be in danger. As the severe weather season kicks into high gear for much of the US, WeatherBug weather app is helping Android smartphone users stay safer from dangerous lightning strikes with a new feature called Spark.
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Friday, May 10th 2013 - 12:46 CEST
Kicksend, a Combinator-backed company that helps people print and share photos with their loved ones, announced a new “Home Delivery” feature for its Kicksend app for Android, iPhone and web. With Home Delivery, Kicksend users can easily and conveniently gift photo prints right to family and friends’ doorsteps directly from their smartphone. “Sending photo prints of cherished memories to people you care about has never been easier,” said Pradeep Elankumaran, Co-founder and CEO of Kicksend. “Home Delivery is sure to be an instant favorite of Kicksend users, and we can’t wait for gifted prints to start showing up at loved ones’ doorsteps.”
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Friday, May 10th 2013 - 11:20 CEST
Nuance Communications announced that its intuitive voice capabilities power the HTC Car app on the new HTC One smartphone. Now, people can take command of their HTC One while minimizing distraction behind the wheel in more than 20 languages. The HTC Car app integrates Nuance’s powerful voice recognition capabilities to give people quick and direct access to people, local business information, navigation, music on the device, streaming content from TuneIn, and more. Further, hands-free command and control is available, including hands-free text messaging that lets people hear incoming text messages read aloud, and respond without having to manually or visually engage the device.
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