APPS ROUNDUP: Dialog, Fandango, FreeBit

Staff writer
12 Jan 2010

Dialog, GGS launch agri price service
Sri Lanka’s Dialog Telekom and Govi Gnana Seva (GGS) have launched a service to deliver spot and forward agricultural commodity price information via mobile phones. The service is based on Dialog’s TradeNet platform and derives online agri-produce price information from three Dedicated Economic Centers at Dambulla, Meegoda and Narahenpita.

Fandango releases movie app for Android

Fandango has made available its free Movie, Showtime & Ticketing app for the Android platform. Using the app, movie fans can find movies and showtimes, watch trailers, locate theaters, view fan ratings and buy tickets.

Cloud storage app now on Android Market

FreeBit's [email protected] 2.0β is now available for downloading free of charge on Android Market. The application enables users to share and publish data in Android phones via the internet, accessing the data in the phones directly via web browsers.

Photobucket debuts on Android phones

Photobucket's services are now available trough Android camera phones at no charge. The company said its free application, available immediately from the Android Market, is the first of many initiatives it will be rolling out after becoming independent from News Corp. and merging with Ontela.

StarHub launches MMS newspaper covering China

StarHub has launched Singapore’s first MMS Mobile Paper service featuring news and current affairs from China. Chan Kin Hung, head of products and solutions at StarHub, said interest in China is rapidly growing with more businesses requiring up-to-date information on the latest developments in the world’s fastest growing economy.

Soundtrckr deploys location-based music network

Soundtrckr has launched a free application and website that allows users to create and broadcast their own fully licensed radio stations, tap into the streams of other users, and geo-tag places with songs. All content can be shared on social networks such as Twitter and Facebook.

PayPal unveils 'send money' app for BlackBerry

The application is free to download from BlackBerry App World and allows BlackBerry smartphone owners to send money quickly to anybody around the world who are in their contact list. The application is available in Canada, US, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, Portugal and Australia.

icloud 100GB storage now selling

icloud has rolled out its icloud Premium service and a 100GB Super Drive secure cloud storage that allows users to access all their content anytime and anywhere through any smartphone or browser. icloud Basic with 3GB is available for free.

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