Here Offline Turn-by-turn Navigation Application is no longer exclusive for Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices only. Yup, Samsung Android devices can enjoy this free navigation application as well now. You can use Here via online mode or pre-download maps first then use it on offline mode. And it has 99 countries’ maps to navigate. Besides, it also has public transport maps and directions for 766 cities. Support live traffic information for more than 40 countries too. Isn’t that great?
jWIN Electronics JB-TH130 Bluetooth Headset Review
“Hello, I am driving right now. Can I call you back later?” That is the life without phone hand-free. A Bluetooth headset is what you need. Luckily, I have jWIN Electronics JB-TH130 Bluetooth Headset with me. It is a budget Bluetooth headset. Let’s see how it performs…
Skyfire ~ the only mobile browser that supports full Flash
[pull_quote_center]Skyfire is the only mobile browser that supports full Flash and Windows Media videos, including Flash 10 and Silverlight 2.0. You can even watch TV on your phone![/pull_quote_center]
Quote that I took from Skyfire website… Well, this is not true anymore after Nokia N900 with Maemo 5 OS and using Mozilla-based web browser with Adobe Flash 9.4 support came out. But for those who have mobile phone like me ~ HTC HD2 which still using Windows Mobile 6.5 or Nokia S60 3rd Edition & 5th Edition (Beta). Skyfire is the only full Flash browser for you.
Fring ~ Make free Mobile calls, video calls & live chat with fringsters, GTalk, AIM, Facebook, Yahoo
Fring is a free mobile application that lets users communicate with friends on popular networks like fring, Facebook, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk, Twitter, AIM and Yahoo over internet connection. Free calls (over IP) to other fringsters, or via MSN Messenger, Google Talk, or your SIP provider.
Skype for Windows Mobile ~ free Internet calls on HTC HD2
Skype… This is not an uncommon word for you and me. Most of us who connected to Internet should know that Skype ~ a free Internet phone calls application. I had been using Skype (desktop version) during my business trips to China last few years. It is my best and cheapest solution to call back home when traveling. And I got it on my HTC HD2 now.