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Advancements in technology gave rise to the invention of many gadgets into the technical world. Of those gadgets smartphones are by far the most revolutionary. A smartphone can be used for a number of day to day activities that need to be done for a business. Some of the best smartphones are listed below with corresponding business applications.

iPhone 5:

iPhone 5 is featured with elegant specifications like: 4-inch display of LED-back-light with 640 x 1136 pixel resolutions and multi touch capacity; 8 MP camera with auto-focus and LED flash ability, runs on Dual-core 1.2 A6 processor along with the iOS6. Business apps on this device are:
SharePlus– used to communicate with teammates, share files and other.
Quickoffice Pro– you can create, edit & view files and give presentations.

Samsung Galaxy S3:

This gadget is for the people desiring for a sleek design and the best performance. It works on Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) android OS with clear clarity screen and LED focused camera. Commerce useful applications are:
GoToAssist– solves the technical problems of users by connecting instantly to their PCs.
ABBYY Card Reader– useful to find details of contacts like name, company’s web address etc.

10-inch Tablet: iPad retina display

It has an improvement of the big screen, graphical tools, better camera quality etc. If you are in trade, then here are some useful applications:
Roambi analytics– transforms trade reports into any form quickly.
E-TRADE– you can do trading on your smartphone easily.

MacBook Air:

It is one of the best laptops with glossy design and works on 1.7GHz dual-core Intel core i5. Major specs include 128GB extensive storage capacity, external supportive ports, supports all video and audio formats etc. Tools for business are:
Pages– an app used for creating elegant documents, letters and others.
Numbers– you can make catchy charts and spreadsheets etc.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2:

Featured with a body of 193.7 x 122.4 x 10.5mm weighing 345gms.It has rich content, multi touch capacity, 3.15 MP with smile detection and works on ICS android OS and others. Useful apps are:
Cisco WebEx– connect web conferences from anywhere through your tab easily.
Contact Plus– Organises contact and group list, send e-mail or SMS quickly.

HTC One X:

It has a 4.7 inch screen of Super IPS LCD2 with multi touch capacity, 8MP camera with LED flash, auto focus and capacitive audio focus. Some of the tools in this device are:
WorldCard Mobile– You can transfer scanned snaps of work and documents instantly.
Wavelink Avalanche– Easy control your wireless networks.

Nokia Lumia 800:

It is the initial smartphone based on Microsoft Windows Phone OS with AMOLED display of multi touch capacity. It has HTML5 browser, micro SIM card and all video audio support. Useful apps are:
NSR Reader– reads all formats of documents and saves in its position.
Advanced Call Manager– manages your distinct phone calls and synchronize them.

Google Nexus One:

Developed with the improvements of: touch sensitive controls, trackball navigation’s  extensible 32GB memory slot and other. Business apps are:
My Task Q– organize all your tasks and alerts you with repeated alarms and reminders.
Business Travel Logger– customizes distance entities, local currency, journey expenses etc.

Kindle Fire:

Kindle Fire has a 7-inch display, WiFi capacity and 8GB internal memory. Trade beneficial apps are:
Skype– used for making free video calls throughout the world.
CNN– updates the latest business news etc.

IPhone 4S:

It has a 3.5-inch screen with 115.2 x 58.6 9.3 mm dimensions, works on A5 processor, noise dropping capability, 8MP camera.
Evernote– user-friendly app to make note of all activities, voice reminders etc. 
OmniFocus– task management app, voice transcripts, image capturing etc.
Using above smartphones and their apps it will be easy for you to do professional work quickly and stress free. If you run short of money to buy a Smartphone, then opt for same day cash loans which provide you with the required money.
About the Author:
My name is Michelle. I am a tech writer from UK. I am into Finance :). Catch me @financeport

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They say that Steve Jobs revolutionize the music industry and has helped eradicate piracy when he was able to unite the record labels like Sony, BMG, and more and got their permission to sell their songs and albums in iTunes Store. More than 10 billion tracks has been downloaded from iTunes store since it was launched, making it the largest online music store in the world.
Steve Jobs still has a lot of visions for Apple if not for his early demise. He dreams of eliminating the need for books in schools but instead iPads and tablet PCs will be use to provide digital content for the students. Now, a number of application developers are following his foot steps and have produced apps that will allow users to read digital magazines from their iOS and android devices.
Digital magazines did not receive that much patronage when it was first launched as users find it expensive to subscribe to different magazine publications on a pay-per-issue or pay-per-subscription basis. It is even cumbersome to manage multiple magazine applications to read the different magazine that the consumer wishes.
These issues are what Next Issue Media wishes to address. The five major US publishers namely Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp. and Time Inc. have joined forces to create Next Issue Media. It is a magazine reading application, but instead of being available for just one magazine subscription, users of iPad and Android devices can now purchase and read digital magazines from one cross-platform digital newsstand.
The first release of Next Issue Media was last 2009 but rollout for the application has been slow. Last April, a new version was released which is available for Android phones and tablet running OS 3.0 (Honeycomb) or later. This month, the version for iPad has been approved and released by Apple available for download from the App Store.
With this application, subscribers can pay a flat rate of $10 for unlimited access to monthly and bi-weekly magazines from any of the five publishers and $15 per month for monthly and weekly issues. This price includes access to digital versions of 39 magazine titles including back issue starting from January 1, 2012 which includes Vogue, Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, Time, in Style, Golf Digest, Coastal Living to name just a few. The company wishes to add more titles to the digital newsstand and they target up to 75 magazine titles later this year.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you can read tech stuff like information on how to buy youtube views from TechCrunch magazine, or read tidbits on your favorite Hollywood star from People magazine or get tips about health from Fitness magazine and have unlimited access to some other magazine titles with just a flat monthly rate?
Though the Next Issue Media offers a lot of advantages for magazine lovers out there, it still has a few disadvantages:
  1. This magazine reading application is only available for Android devices with 3.0 OS or later and iPad so those with lower version of OS including the Kindle will not be able to enjoy this application.
  2. Access to magazine titles from the application is available only if there is an Internet connection although the issues can be saved to the devices for offline reading.
  3. It is not integrated with any social media sites so it will not be possible to share information from the application but CEO Morgan Guenther said that it is already in the works.
Critics of the new application are saying that it is still as expensive as pay-per-issue subscription as no one would want to spend $120 yearly on magazine alone. But what Next Issue Media app wishes to attain is to offer mobile users with plenty of choices for their reading.
We live in a very modern world now where mobile devices like iPad and tablet PCs are all part of our daily life. It is still uncertain if digital magazine will define the future of the magazine industry but application like Next Issue Media has opened endless possibilities which offer benefits both for the publishers and the subscribers.
Author’s Bio: Abie is a freelance blogger and content writer for more than 5 years now. She writes about different topic including Technology, Parenting, Family, Health & Fitness, Travel and more.

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 Guest Post By Daniel Hettler

All you must know about the new ipod touch 5th generation with new features, functions, price, ect.

The iPod 5 touch is expected to be released soon, probably at the same time as new iPhone version.
Although nothing has been confirmed yet, there are a few expectations what to expect on the newest generation of iPod touch series.
Comparing with the original iPod the touch series has always been lacking storage space. It is expected that the iPod 5 touch to start at 16 GB and the high end go as much as 128 GB.
Additionally it is expected that the new device will offer an upgraded camera with HD. The current camera, although decent, is lacking the quality of cameras offered with IPhone 4.
One of the complaints about the iPod Touch has been the lack of oleo phobic coating on the screen.
Rumors have said that the newest iPod gneration will have the upgraded screen. Similarly to iPad2, Apple might make the device 3g compatible.
This will allow for data use beyond the WiFi and make iPod 5 Touch the perfect internet device. It is expected to carry iOS5 and pack a faster processor.
Also like the iPhone and iPad, Apple will have a white and black version of the device.
There are many upgrades expected with iPod 5 Touch and even possibly addition of the SIRI application.
Knowing Apple and from previous experience the price range of iPod touch 5th generation is not expected to change.
The low end of ipod 5 should start at $199 and the high end should be priced $399 with a mid-range device prices $299.

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Blogging on the go has gotten a lot easier thanks to mobile apps for popular devices like the iPhone, Android handsets and various tablets. The iPad is easily one of the best mobile blogging tools available, as it boasts plenty of screen real estate for multitasking and working effectively. To get the most out of iPad-enabled blogging, you’ll need a few handy apps to complete your setup. Here are seven of the best blogging apps for iPad users.

GoDocs for Google Docs

While there are plenty of superb office apps for the iPad, few can actually match the built-in features of Google Docs. Making the most of Google Docs requires a more full-featured app to use it effectively on the iPad. GoDocs for Google Docs is the perfect solution, allowing users to share and mail resources at will, download docs for offline use later and link multiple accounts simultaneously. Google Docs is good, but GoDocs for Google Docs is much, much better.


One of the main advantages of blogging from an iPad is the ability to pull in documents from the cloud or from your home PC at any location. Dropbox allows you to extend the storage space of your tablet and sync your projects across multiple devices for free. Additional storage can be had for a few dollars a month if need be, and the service overall is essentially the best cloud file locker on the market.


Though nothing else Yahoo does seems to pan out, Flickr is one project they’ve managed to avoid running off the rails. The Flickr iPad app provides quick access to your photos, Creative Commons pictures from other users and more. A visual element can make or break a blog, and having the ability to insert photos from Flickr into your posts is a big help when it comes to sprucing up your work.


Though the extra display space of the iPad is a massive improvement over the 3.5-inch screen of the iPhone, it’s still not exactly geared for solid tabbed browsing. SplitBrowser is the answer, allowing users to view two web pages simultaneously. In addition to providing split-screen functionality, it boasts the ability to resize and zoom in on objects in either window independently of each other. SplitBrowser’s one app that should come standard on every iPad.


One of the biggest hurdles to overcome on the path to becoming an effective and productive blogger is learning to manage your time and schedule tasks in the best manner possible. Multitasking gets a bad rap, but it can work if you know how to do it properly. Things is a to-do list manager, a calendar, a time management console and a note-taker all in one. The only problem with Things is that it isn’t free. Aside from that, it’s one of the best blogging apps that can be had for the iPad.


When putting out a steady stream of content, you’ll necessarily need to digest a lot of information from various sources and condense it into one concise summation of the relevant facts. Flipboard allows readers to soak up news and views from a wide variety of publications from around the world. Its magazine-style format makes for intuitive and seamless browsing, delivering one of the best tablet reading experiences out there.


If you’re like most professional bloggers, you’ve got at least one website if not more that runs on the WordPress Content Management System. The official WordPress app for iPad is the best possible way to compose, format and edit posts for articles on your blogs. Whether you’ve got a self-hosted WordPress installation or use the free WordPress.com service, this iPad app is a must.

The Last Word

The iPad has truly come into its own as a device for not only consuming content but creating it as well. Mobile apps can more or less replicate the functionality of desktop-based software, allowing any user to bring their office setup with them wherever they go. There are literally hundreds of other apps on iTunes that make mobile blogging easy, but the examples listed above are a good start.

Author Bio: Hilary Crews is a freelance writer who really like to save money. She found that she can save a lot of money on car insurance if she compares quotes from multiple car insurance companies.

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Guest Post By Clinton Garvin
Whenever Apple rolls out a new device, be it an iPhone, iPad, Macbook, or iAnything, it is touted as a world first, a revolution. Each new product is here to change the world, solve world hunger, and cure AIDs. And so it is with Apple’s newest offering: the iPad 3.

If you visit Apple’s website today, you will be greeted with a play on words that makes the new iPad into something that is from the future. Resolutionary; The new iPad. Clever marketing, indeed, but is this new iPad any more revolutionary than the second? Will you be looked down upon for having the first edition? Is there enough of a difference between the different models to justify spending another $500? The short answer is no. The long answer is also no.

The new iPad is a fantastic piece of technology, make no mistake. A faster processor and a much higher screen resolution make incremental progress on the previous version. In truth, tweaks and upgrades across the board look to make the iPad 3 all around better than the iPad 2. The problem comes from releasing a slightly improved product a year and a half after the previous version and advertising it as a revolution. If you own an iPad 2, there is absolutely no need to bother with the iPad 3. But this is how Apple functions. They hook you in with wondrous descriptions of products that if you do not have, you will be forgotten and left behind. Then when you finally acquire their miracle technology, a newer model is released five months later.

That is where iPad 2 owners find themselves today. Stuck between the greatest invention in human history and technological obscurity, or so Apple would want you to think. In reality, the two products are virtually identical. By all practical standards, the two tablets do the same thing. 99% of what you are going to do on an iPad is buy apps, browse the internet, watch videos, and play a few games. The iPad 3 might handle these things minutely quicker, but the iPad 2 does them just the same.

But what if you don’t already have an iPad and you are looking for a tablet: is the new iPad 3 the right one? In a word, yes. When you introduce the offerings from companies like Acer or Samsung or anyone else, there is no contest. Apple’s only competition is its own ever advancing self.

Whether or not there is ever a situation in which you can properly justify spending upwards of $800 on such a device, upon using one you cannot put it down. The simple truth is that the iPad works. It turns on, let’s you run your apps and do what you want, and then lets you go about your way. No problems, no complicated systems, just pure user friendliness. Other brands offer similar high quality products that do fun things, but they hiccup, freeze occasionally, and are simply trying to be an iPad. So why not buy what every other tablet is simply hoping to emulate?

The iPad might champion itself as a device to create beautiful content, but that is not what tablets do, they are content consumers.The idea that you are going to be editing your own photos or making business presentations on one is ridiculous. Despite commercials and advertisements showing off the ability to edit HD video, no one buys a device like this to do anything like that. As such, the best tablets are those that deliver content most successfully, and the iPad wins convincingly in that department.

As I said before, justifying the purchase of such a toy is difficult. There is just no practical application that an iPad can do that something else can do, albeit a little less conveniently. Having said that, owning an iPad makes life without one seem almost impossible. Life is not the same without it. Just understand that this ground breaking, change-the-way-we-think-about-the-world device is really nothing revolutionary. The iPad 3 is new and terrific, but so is the iPad 2.

Written by the Marketing department for Los Angeles car accident lawyers, The Consumers’ Law Group.