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Awesome Calendar Needs More Awesome To Live Up To Its Name [Review]

Awesome Calendar is a Google Calendar client for iOS, priced at three dollars on the iOS App Store (although a free Lite version is also available). Is it as awesome as its name implies? I wouldn’t say so. Perhaps I’m showing my age, but I found Awesome Calendar’s layout too small and too cramped for [...] Related Stories Visualize Available Memory On Your iPhone Or iPad With Disc Space
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Report: Verizon Will Launch an App Store to Challenge Google Play

Technology : Shelly Palmer Digital Living (yesterday)

Verizon is going to launch its own app store in an effort to compete with the Google Play Store on Android devices, claims a report from The Information. The new store will be available globally and is the result of a partnership wi... Read Post

WeTransfer now lets Android users send files of up to 10GB in one go too

Technology : The Next Web Blog (22 hours ago)

Back in March this year, WeTransfer launched its app for iOS devices, thereby allowing people to send files of up to 10GB for free without the need for any sort of registration. Now, the app is available for Android devices too. Whi... Read Post

Google+ iPhone app hits Apple's App Store

Technology : L.A. Times Tech Blog (3 years ago)

Google+ has an iPhone app, and it's now available for free download in Apple's App Store. At first blush, the iOS version of the Google+ app doesn't look all that dissimilar from the Android version. And that's not a bad... Read Post

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