Tag: software

Probeez Setting Profiles Ringer and Settings Adjustment Program for Android Review

Probeez Setting Profiles Ringer and Settings Adjustment Program for Android Review

I review Setting Profiles, an application that dynamically and automatically change your mobile phone settings based on time, location, or many other factors. This app is made by Probeez and works only on Android OS phones.

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Permanent secure HTTPS connectivity option now available on Gmail

Permanent secure HTTPS connectivity option now available on Gmail

Gmail has had HTTPS (secure) capabilities for a long time now, but the default protocol has always been plain HTTP. You could manually add the “s” in the URL (http://mail.google.com to https://mail.google.com), but you had to do it every time you logged in. GAlert by MassGrid Solutions (ready my review) had this functionality, but there […]

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Ilium Software’s Screen Capture software for Windows Mobile review

Ilium Software’s Screen Capture software for Windows Mobile review

I try out Ilium Software’s Screen Capture program. It’s free, and does exactly what it was made to do: take screenshots of your Windows Mobile device.

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Spb Phone Suite: The beauty of whitelisting phone calls

Spb Phone Suite: The beauty of whitelisting phone calls

I hate talking on the phone and try to avoid it if at all possible. I especially dislike getting phone calls from numbers I don’t recognize, because I don’t know if I should pick up or not. About two and a half years ago I wrote about “whitelisting” phone calls as a way to avoid […]

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I paid for a Web browser.

I paid for a Web browser.

It took fifteen years, but I finally shelled out money for a Web browser.

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More than one gmail account? Check out GAlert

More than one gmail account? Check out GAlert

I am a huge fan of Gmail. My two favorite features, by far, are threaded discussions and the ability to add multiple, user-defined labels to email conversations. I like Gmail so much that I forward all of my private email through there, and have two additional accounts: one for my DrFaulken shenanigans and another for […]

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