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Top Selling Android Smartphone List – iPhone VS Android Army!

Finally, iPhone is getting right competition. Android Army is on the rise and here is a list of the best of the best Android Devices for iPhone alternative lookers! Will soon get a Windows Phone 7 Army. Steve Jobs is out there thinking very hard. Lets see what iPhone 5 brings!

HTC Incredible


CPU – Qualcomm 1GHz, 3.7 inch Capacitive Screen, 8MP Camera and all other features like GPS, WiFi, FM etc.

HTC Evo 4G (Sprint)



CPU – Qualcomm 1GHz, 4.3 inch Capacitive Screen, 8MP Camera and all other features like GPS, WiFi, FM etc.

Samsung Galaxy S


CPU – ARM Cortex 1GHz, 4.0 inch AMOLED Capacitive Screen, 5MP Camera and all other features like GPS, WiFi, FM etc.

Motorola Milestone XT720



CPU – ARM Cortex 550MHz, 3.7 inch Capacitive Screen, 8MP Camera and all other features like GPS, WiFi, FM etc.

How to Edit MP3s On Your Android Phone?

If you would like to edit a music file in MP3 or WAV formats with your Android handset, then you just need to install Rindroid. Its an free Android application for recording and editing sounds, and creating ringtones, directly on the handset.


First you need to copy the song that you want to edit on to your mobile’s SD card.

1. Connect your handset to the computer using the USB cable supplied. Your handset will appear on your computer just like a flash drive.

2. Copy the MP3 file that you want to edit on to your SD card.

3. Then unmount the drive and disconnect

After you’ve copied songs to your handset, you can edit them using Ringdroid.

4. Open the MP3 file using Ringdroid.

5. View a scrollable waveform representation of the audio file at 5 zoom levels.

6. Set starting and ending points for a clip within the audio file, using an optional touch interface.

7. Play the selected portion of the audio, including an indicator cursor and auto scrolling of the waveform.

8. You can play anywhere else by tapping the screen.

9.Save the clipped audio as a new audio file.

10. You can mark it as Music, Ringtone, Alarm, or Notification.


You can also use Ringdroid to record a new audio clip on the handset and edit.

Supported file formats are:
  • MP3
  • AAC/MP4 (including unprotected iTunes music)
  • WAV
  • 3GPP/AMR (this is the format used when you record sounds directly on the handset)

Check the Android Market for Ringdroid and download.

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Android or LiMo? What is the difference between Android and LiMo?

The LiMo Foundation is trying to create an open, Linux-based software platform for use by the whole global industry to produce mobile devices enabling a rich ecosystem of differentiated products, applications, and services from device manufacturers, operators, integrators etc.


So is Google with its Open Source Linux Platform – Android. Both are Open Source Linux based platforms targeted for Mobile Devices. Then what’s the difference?


Well, Here is a quick summary of differences as TechCrunch puts across.


Well, Who will win in this Battle?

We personally bet Android will take it. Google is the innovations boss. At the same time, LiMo is also backed by a huge list of biggies like Motorola, Samsung, NEC, Panasonic, Vodafone and many more. Ironically, companies like Motorola, DoCoMo, Samsung etc support both the platforms and fund/promote both of them. They are smart, who cares, they will use both, finally pick the one which wins :) Anyways, worth waiting for the winner. What do you think?

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Five Free Android Mobile Communication Apps That You Do Not Want To Miss

We had featured some cool iPhone apps in our earlier posts. While Pixelpipe just announced 50 new mobile applications for  Android via the Android Market, we take a look at some really superior and free communication Apps for Android that are already out there.


The way you communicate won’t be the same once you start using these apps. These apps further advances the way you communicate with your Android Mobile.

Here are the five free apps that you do not want to miss.

1. Fusion Voicemail Plus

Fusion Voicemail Plus by PhoneFusion is a FREE service that lists ALL of your voicemail messages on your SmartPhone screen. Not only does it list your messages from your mobile phone, but from your home, office and any other voicemail box as well. A tap of a screen or a push of a button is all that’s needed to scroll, listen to, call back, and delete voicemails in the order of your choice. Save time listening to the voicemails that you want, in the order you prefer. Fusion Voicemail Plus is available Android ( also available for handsets running Windows Mobile 5 and 6 and BlackBerry)

You can sign up online and download the Fusion Voicemail Plus application to your mobile phone and then redirect or forward all your unanswered calls to our Fusion Voicemail Plus Servers. All calls sent to voicemail are now directed to your Fusion Voicemail Plus mailbox. Each time a caller leaves a voicemail, an SMS message is forwarded to your mobile phone triggering the Fusion Voicemail plus program to download the voicemail from the servers to your SmartPhone, and the voicemail information is displayed on your handset screen.


The application can be downloaded for free from the Fusion Voicemail Plus site.

2. ChompSMS

chompSMS is a great application for people who are busy SMSing and more frequently send SMS to international numbers. chompSMS has lots of features like an on-screen keyboard, signatures, chat bubbles, color customizations, and more. You can use chompSMS as a replacement to the built-in Messaging application, and send SMS messages via your mobile carrier as you normally do. Or, if your mobile carrier charges a lot, you can buy credits to send SMS messages via the chompSMS network, which can be much cheaper.

The chompSMS application is free. If you currently pay too much for SMS messages then simply buy credits, and each time you compose an SMS, choose to send it via the chompSMS network instead of your mobile carrier.


You can install the application from the chompSMS site

3. Twidroid

Twidroid is the first full-featured twitter client application on the android platform with features like native photo posting, location support, auto-completion, a fully integrated notification system and the latest news from twitter buzz.

Here is some of the highlights of twidroid:

  • full-featured twitter client

    • postings, replies & direct messages
    • user detail information
    • follow/unfollow a user
    • auto-completion of your contact names
    • secured operation via SSL
    • option to use identi.ca instead of twitter
    • option to use twitter compatible APIs
  • integrates directly with android’s browser & gallery for sharing
  • GPS location support to update your profile or embed into photos
  • location-based nearby search
  • directly integrated photo-posting from cam or disk via phodroid and twitpic
  • directly integrated search through all public tweets
  • native url-shortening
  • background notifications for replies & direct messages
  • auto layout for landscape and portrait mode
  • custom alert ringtones
  • API to send tweets from your android application
  • ‘buzz’ feature that allows you to view today’s most talked about stories on twitter directly in the app.


Download it here.

4. Android jChat 1.0

Android jChat is an agent based chat application with GPS support for Android, based on the JADE agent framework.

It allows the user to communicate with any other contact having the same software running and connected to the same JADE platform. Users can send text IM in a chat like way, call a contact by phone or even send an SMS to a contact.

Moreover the position of each contact can be seen on the map at any time and it is continuously updated.

Features of jChat:

  • Contacts management: contacts are read from the phone contacts database.
  • Persistence: you can see the status of all contacts connected to your own JADE platform.
  • Real time localization: you can see the position of the contacts on the map and the distance from your current position. Localization uses the Android mocked GPS provider for tracking contacts position. You are able to import new custom tracks if you wish.
  • Multiple chat sessions handling: you can open multiple chat sessions with different contacts and switch between them.
  • Support for chat with many contacts in a single session.
  • Mocked SMS sending and phone call to contacts.

jChat4Android 1.0 is released as open source software according to the LGPL 2.1.


Source : http://www.androidfreeware.org

Download Android jChat 1.0

5. Meebo

Meebo is a free IM program that supports AIM, MSN, Yahoo, MySpace IM, Google Talk, Jabber and ICQ. You can also sign in using a Meebo account and your chat history will be saved forever, and can be accessed from anywhere by logging in at www.meebo.com


If you love your Android phones, then these are some nice apps you could try for free and enjoy communicating.


Zoho Productivity Products on Your Mobile

 Zoho that provides online office with a suite of productivity and collaboration applications has launched its services for mobile users. You can access Zoho services from your Mobile Phone using Mobile Web Browser. Earlier Zoho had basic mobile support for its applications on iPhone and limited support on Windows Mobile. Now Zoho has expanded his services, to support fully integrates Zoho Applications with several mobile devices.

We had covered in the past that ThinkFree, Google Docs and Zoho are Sharing online office space. Now Zoho is the pioneer in launching online office for mobile users.


As TechCrunch mentions, it provides easy access by supporting Google and Yahoo IDs.

The 6 applications Zoho Mail, Calendar, Writer, Sheet, Show and Creator are now available on all the following mobile platforms.

1. iPhone and iPod Touch

2. Android

3. Blackberry Perl, Curve, Bold, Storm

4. Windows Mobile OS version 6.x

5. Nokia Symbian S60 Platform – E71, E63, 5800 etc.


View the slide show on Zoho’s mobile integration at TechCrunch

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