T-Mobile to Offer Customized MySpace App for Sidekicks
Sep 20, 2007, 8:04 AM by (staff)
T-Mobile announced a MySpace application today specifically for users of the Sidekick messaging device. The application has a new user interface that will allow T-Mobile subscribers to access their MySpace pages and see new messages, friend requests and comments. Users will also be able to view their home pages, access MyMail, blogs and perform searches, as well as update their profiles and send pictures from their Sidekicks to their MySpace photo galleries. T-Mobile will be rolling out the service gradually over the next six weeks, and all Sidekick iD and Sidekick 3 users should be able to download the application and subscribe to the service by the end of October.
Facebook Gives Everyone More Control Over News Feed
Facebook today announced new tools that allow people to fine-tune what they see in their News Feed. It has added a series of preferences that make it possible to select which friends and Pages appear at the top of the News Feed.
Twitter Overhauls Android App with Material Design
Twitter today revealed a redesigned mobile app for Android devices. The new user interface, which relies heavily on Google's Material Design, should be simpler to use.
Snapchat 2.0 Features Refreshed Chat Tools
Snapchat today pushed up a major update to its service that improves the app's ability to handle messages, photos, and videos. Snapchat now lets users transition between these ways of communication with a simpler user interface, and allows people to send videos or audio snippets even when recipients aren't online.
DropBox Lets iOS Users Create Word Docs On the Fly
DropBox today provided an update to its iOS application that lets users create Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files from within the DropBox app even if the separate Office apps aren't installed. DropBox says users can create, edit, and share Office documents in the iOS app and then access them from other devices or from the web.
Helio and AT&T realized the value of this evil long ago.
I am a loyal T-mo customer, but i wish they would jump on the bandwagon faster, or better yet CREATE their own bandwagon.
What about speed...?
The amount of data downloaded is just too much to really function well on a phone (and I don't want a thousand people saying "Well it works great on my blah, blah, blah...." I know that everyone thinks they have the best phone out there)!