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Old 03-08-2010, 05:10 AM   #81 (permalink)
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Cellumap can plot you signal strength coverage in real-time.

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You can also download the ALX and COD files from cellumap.com to install via desktop manager if you don't have a BIS/BES plan.
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What useful and free applications would you recommend I download into my new, shinny 8900?

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I love snaptu - works so quickly and has so many useful apps. And it's not US oriented.
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Since BBMS for Mac disables other sync programs, what is the best way for us Mac user to transfer iTunes lists? Do PocketMac and Missing Sync work well for music or are they as bad at that as for most everything else?
I stumbled upon your post and thought I would let you know that PocketMac came out with a new version a few weeks ago: PocketMac 5.0.

This new and improved version brings many new features, including a redesigned sync engine which allows for quicker syncing and syncing with the Snow Leopard, a more simple interface and overall the software is easier to use.
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Default Try Jam11 if you want to stream your iTunes music and listen to radio

Try this free app Jam11 which enables you to stream your music from your iTunes library on PC or Mac. In addition you can also listen to 40,000+ radio stations. It just got released in the Blackberry App World.
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Try this free app Jam11 which enables you to stream your music from your iTunes library on PC or Mac. In addition you can also listen to 40,000+ radio stations. It just got released in the Blackberry App World.
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Default Re: What great applications would you recommend to download?

Working with Lexus Magazine I get to find out about some cool things I never knew before. They recently did a list of handy apps like the Golfshot GPS to tell the distance from the hole, 'Hello Vino' an app dedicated to wine and my personal favorite, Car Finder & Carrr Matey which helps me when I inconveniently misplace my car.

There are more listed at the website: https://secure.drivers.lexus.com/lex...ews/index.html

Anyone have any personal favorites or apps they would love to see?
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Old 12-03-2010, 06:44 PM   #90 (permalink)
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Default Re: What great applications would you recommend to download?

been using stitcher regularly for the past two weeks its great! clear and regular updates
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Old 04-10-2011, 02:02 PM   #91 (permalink)
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Hey I am ty from Indonesia,I am looking for a free download application for photo editing which is able to change the background,add clip art and text,anybody knows
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