Tag: windows mobile software

Samsung Ativ SE – Available 12/4 in the USA

Living in the USA? On the Verizon Network? Fancy a new Windows Phone? I know you’re probably not but if you are great news for you Windows Phone fans.  Do you remember James’s post back in March about the Samsung Ativ SE (Link), well it’s being released (shipped) …

Sky Mobile for Windows Phone 7 now available

This is the Sky TV application for Windows Phone 7. It's a pretty popular tool that iPhone and Android users will already be familiar with. You can search through listings, browse programme times or set programmes to "Remote Record" from anywhere with...

Google Search – Now on Windows Phone 7

If we're honest, it's safe to say that almost everyone uses Google. Sure, there's some people out there who use Bing and Yahoo, but Google search is so widely known that you may feel a little lost in Windows Phone 7 without it. Today Google have annou...

Yes, Windows Phone 7 on a HTC HD2

Windows Phone 7 on the HTC HD2 ? Yep, you read that right. It's ever-so-slightly slower but really, you wouldn't notice. Everything is here. The sounds, the multi-touch, the whole thing, on an existing Windows Mobile 6.5 device. Now, after the huge fa...

Custom ringtones on Windows Phone – An update

Windows Phone 7. We've spoken a lot about it of late. My personal feelings are that, after a Service Pack, this could shape up to be a rather brilliant OS in a few months time. We're in the here and now though, and the fact that you can't …

Windows Phone 7 – Surely you can add custom ringtones?

Yesterday Pocketnow revealed that Windows Phone 7 doesn't seem to allow custom ringtones. We were determined to disprove this, so I spent time digging around the OS for a way to upload your own MP3 ringtone. There's Zune integration and wireless music...

Spotify for Windows Mobile 6 & Windows Phone 7

Spotify have released a mobile app for their Premium service for Windows Mobile 6.x phones AND announced that their will be a Windows Phone 7 app coming as well!  There aren't many WP7 apps out there yet, so its great to hear someone like Spotify...

Leaked slides show 2000 apps for Windows Phone 7

The Windows Phone 7 launch is now getting extremely close. Engadget have picked out some slides from Three UK showing an availability / launch date of October 21st - a week on Thursday. There's some other juicy details, including the fact that 2,000 a...

Vodafone 360 On Windows Phone 7

On checking out a video just now of an un-announced Windows Phone 7 device (LG Optimus 7) 10:43 into the 20 minute video up pops the applications list and right there sitting at the top is the '360 My Web' application which those of you on Vodafone wi...

No Tethering On Windows Phone 7

CNET have picked up on the fact Windows Phone 7 will not have tethering support and there is no idea if they will ever include this service into the new OS. CNET have posted: A Microsoft official recently suggested that it would be up to cellular carr...

HTC Peep now fixed for Windows Mobile users too

Remember the HTC Peep issues? Android-powered HTC owners had their Twitter client back on the air just a few days after big Twitter changes but Windows Mobile owners have been having issues for 10 days straight but this morning it looks like everythin...

HTC Peep still busted for WinMo users

If you're a HTC Peep user everything should now be fixed and you can Tweet again. Unfortunately that's not strictly true if you're using a Windows Mobile user. The Windows Mobile version is still giving an error message and, from what we're hearing fr...

BirdieSync 2.0 Now available – Sync WinMo with Thunderbird

BirdieSync is a Windows Mobile application for synchronising your device with Thunderbird and Lightning or Sunbird on your PC. Every contact, appointment, task and email is sync'd the minute you hook your phone up. The new version is compatible with T...

Get that KIN effect on your WinMo

Want your Windows Mobile to have that KIN feeling ? Give KinLauncher a try. It features several shortcuts into messages, email, music and more with your own "KIN Spot" too. Download it from windowsphonehacker.com and drag the .cab file onto your phone...

The Vuvuzela – Make your own World Cup noise

If you've seen any of the World Cup games you'll probably have heard the vuvuzela. It's basically a big horn that makes each match sound like an invasion of drunken bees. If you've not already heard the noise then you can always click here. If you're ...

Windows Phone 7 Apps on show

Yes yes, we love Android, but deep down we really do want Windows Phone 7 to do well. We're hearing about developer handsets going out next month and changes to the Marketplace too. There's also a few pictures of the updated version on the web, althou...

Windows Mobile Dropbox client – CloudFiles now final

You may remember the public beta of Ruttensoft's CloudFiles recently. It's a Windows Mobile client for Dropbox, which is an online file storage system for uploading, editing, downloading and streaming of files in your account. Selling normally for $6...

First Mozilla, now Skype stops Windows Phone 7 efforts

Whether this stance will change in future we're not sure, but it looks like Skype won't be developing software for Windows Phone 7. They intend to develop and continue supporting their VoIP software for Android, iPhone and iPad phones. According to sm...

Office Mobile 2010 now available for free

The Office Mobile 2010 update is now available in the Marketplace for 6.5 owners. It features a touch-friendly UI, SharePoint Workspace Mobile, easy updates, seamless copy and paste plus many other new features. The Press Release states that... "With...

Bing updated – Microsoft do turn-by-turn nav too

Microsoft have launched their own turn-by-turn navigation system in the latest version of Bing for WinMo. It's restricted to a few US network handsets at the moment, but here's hoping they'll do a "Google" and roll out the car-nav system to the rest o...