Fixing the “Something’s Gone Very Wrong” Error on Windows Phone App for Desktop


Let me start out by saying that I am a fan of the older Zune desktop application. I get that times change and this is the new way to sync, and that’s fine. But the Zune desktop software is simply a great app for managing your music collection. From building playlists to updating album art […]

Microsoft’s Phone Storage vs Nokia’s Storage Check


Nokia has done a great job of adding custom applications to their Lumia line of Windows Phones. Sometimes the apps are developed by Nokia directly, and other times the apps are from third party vendors that have come to some agreement with Nokia so that their application shows in the “Nokia Collection” part of the Store. […]

Nokia Brings their Music Service to Windows 8

Nokia Music Service

Do you like listening to music? If so, there’s a new kid on the block when it comes to streaming music. Nokia has brought their Music+ service from the Windows Phone platform to the Windows 8 and Windows RT world. This is the same app that users have grown to love on the Windows Phone platform. […]

A Look at Twitter’s Official Metro-Styled Client for Windows 8


It’s been about almost 5 months since Microsoft released Windows 8 to the world. And that’s doesn’t include the pre-release / beta availability that developers and MSDN subscribers had access to for months and months before general release. Regardless, Twitter has finally managed to release a native Metro-styled app for Windows 8 users. With Twitter’s […]

New SwiftKey Flow Beta for Even Faster Typing!


In case you’re no familiar with SwiftKey, it’s a cool keyboard you can install on your Android smartphone. But it’s more than just another keyboard. SwiftKey allows you to trace the letters of the word you want, instead of hammering away at that small screen keyboard. Simply place your finger on the first letter, and […]

Dragon Mobile Assistant Brings Siri-like Functionality to Android


Nuance, famous for their dictation software, have released a beta of their latest mobile application – Dragon Mobile Assistant. Available in the Play store for Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean devices within the US, Dragon Mobile Assistant offers a complete hands free experience for your device. In a similar way to Siri, the Mobile […]

The Music Recognition Battle: Shazam vs. Sound Hound


Have you ever wondered what the name of the song playing in the restaurant was? Or what about that commercial with with the song you just can’t get out of your head? With today’s music recognition apps, you can easily find out the title and artist with nothing more than a few taps on your […]

Vonage Goes Mobile – And We Go Hands On!


Given the explosion in mobile over the last 5 years, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that companies are doing everything they can to jump on the mobile bandwagon, and VOIP providers are no exception. While the regulars have been playing in the mobile space for a while, nobody took it too seriously until […]

MWC 2012: Skype Enters Beta for Windows Phone


One of the big announcements at Mobile World Congress so far from Microsoft is that Skype is now available in Beta on Windows Phone. With 200 million users, Skype for Windows Phone is a key element in building a successful platform. The Windows Phone client is very different than any Skype client you’ve seen before, […]

New Vonage Mobile App Provides Free Mobile to Mobile Calling


Perhaps there should be an asterisks beside Free in the title of this post. After all, nothing is really free, right? Vonage might just change that with this new app. Sure, it’s not all free and under some circumstances, you may be required to pay – more on that shortly, but you can place free […]