APPS ROUNDUP: Simplexo, Amazon, Verifone

Staff writer
09 Nov 2010

Real-time search from Blackberry

Search company Simplexo has launched its Simplexo Locate, which enables Blackberry users to concurrently search securely a wide range of information sources from their smartphone. The new solution is currently being tested by a range of corporate and governmental organizations, and will initially be sold via Proband.

Amazon launches Kindle app for Windows Phone 7 said that Kindle for Windows Phone 7 will be released later this year. The app includes new features such as personalized book recommendations on the Kindle app home screen, and the ability to send a book suggestion to a friend from any book in one’s library without leaving the app.

PayPal releases solution for faster shopping

PayPal has made available its Mobile Express Checkout application that offers a secure two-click checkout experience on a mobile device. Consumers will be able to opt in and remain logged in across apps to make purchasing even faster.

a.i. solutions unveils iPad app for emergency

a.i. solutions has created an iPad application called iMPrepared to guide users in creating an individual or family emergency preparedness plan and store vital information directly on a mobile device. iMPrepared guides users in creating emergency supply kits and also includes a compass, flashlight, disaster RSS feeds, and an SOS signal.

Call2 iPhone app offers lower roaming costs

Call2 has launched its iPhone application that enables iPhone users to enjoy low-cost, high-quality phone calls from anywhere to anywhere. Because the calls are generated by Call2, users benefit from the low-cost call rates that Call2 has negotiated and can save over 30% on roaming charges.

GClue unveils Droidget Camera for for Android

GCluehas released its Droidget Camera that displays widgets within camera view, applying GClue’s proprietary Droidget widget player technology for smart phones. Droidget Camera, available through the Android Market, also offers users the ability to freely customize such that widgets can be used for decorative purposes.

TeleNav offers private social networking

TeleNav is now offering its MyTies, a mobile-only, private social networking application for the iPhone. MyTies allows iPhone users to leverage their personal address book and contacts to create multiple private networks by inviting contacts to join and form groups.

Android users get remote access to photos

Western Digital said its WD Photos photo viewer application now enables Android smartphone users to view all the photos stored on their WD home network drive anywhere they have an Internet connection. The WD Photos app also is available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.

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