Phone applications

January 12th, 2014 § 0 comments

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Phone applications are very popular nowadays and that’s why many people making them and trying to learn as much as possible about making better applications.
There are two ways to get a phone application:
1. Pre-installed during manufacturing
2. Downloaded from various mobile software distribution platform
3. Delivered as web applications using server-side or client-side processing to provide an “application-like” experience within a Web browser.

Here are some of the most popular phone applications:
1. Facebook application
2. RunKeeper
3. Dropbox. Plenty of apps exist for transferring content between your computer and your device, but Dropbox is free and easier to use than most of its contemporaries. Dump files you want to sync in a folder on your computer and Dropbox for your device will enable you to access them, download them for offline viewing, and, in many cases, view them.
4. Skype
5. TonePad. Virtual pianos and guitars are all very well, but purely digital musical toys are more suited to Apple handhelds. TonePad is the best of them, using a grid-based interface that enables you to turn notes on and off and compose pleasing and harmonious loops; your creations can be edited, saved and uploaded to share with other users.
6. Twitter
7. Ebay
8. Google Earth
9. XE Currency allows you configure a list of currencies, and it shows current conversion rates.

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