Category Archives: Droid Bionic

Google Listen updates

Google updates Listen. Last I heard, Google wasn’t supporting this app. There haven’t been updates forever and now suddenly an update with no change log. Listen was my first Android app for listening to podcasts (2009) and I still use … Continue reading

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Another Android WordPress update

Android WordPress gets another update. I just posted this using it. WordPress in the Android Market

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New WordPress for Android

12/23 – Android WordPress 2.0 updates and adds link to dashboard in app with direct link to dashboard, geotagging fixes, stats fix and QuickPress shortcut improvements. 12/20 -A new version of WordPress (2.0) has been released. YEY! WordPress for Android … Continue reading

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Free Android app combines photos into a package for twitter posts

              A handy tool to create photo packages on your Android phone before tweeting. One tweet multiple photos. In this case, I was able to show both sides of the game. Another use might … Continue reading

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Posting a photo from WordPress for Android to twitter using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.0)

First I crop and tone the photo using the editing tools in the smartphone. I only need about 500 pixels of a photo to publish a full-sized photo in this blog template. Most photos can easily be cropped to make it … Continue reading

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Two weeks with a Motorola Droid Bionic – 4G, dual-core, new screen and focusing

I  look at a smartphone primarily as a content creator – still photos/video  on demand for publication. The Bionic is a fast phone, capable of running on Verizon’s 4G LTE. The switching between 3G and 4G is smoother than I have … Continue reading

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Review: Hands on the Motorola Droid Bionic – 4G, Dual-Core, 4.3″qHD, 1 GB RAM

The Motorola Droid Bionic, which debuted yesterday, continues the evolution of the high end Motorola Android smartphone on Verizon Wireless. Think of the Bionic as a Droid X heading to grad school but may need some vision correction after much hard work. The X2 had some of the … Continue reading

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