AllYourTexts – Export your text messages into your PC

November 7, 2012

AllYourTexts is a program for your PC that lets you view the text conversations from your iPhone. It can also use your text data to show you graph visualizations of your texting behavior over time.

See on www.allyourtexts.com via:  pdxtech-info

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Transfer Apps Music Video Photo Ebook from iPod/iPhone/iPad to PC for free with Syncios

September 7, 2012

Syncios is a free yet powerful iPod to PC transfer software which can help to transfer Apps, Music, Photo, Video and Ebook from PC to iPod/iPhone/PC without using iTunes as well as transfer from iPod to PC, iPhone PC and iPad to PC.

See on www.syncios.com via http://www.scoop.it/t/pdxtech-info


CHART OF THE DAY: Why People Bought Android Phones Instead Of iPhones, According To An Apple Survey

August 17, 2012

This data is not brand new but still very telling of why users are choosing Android phones. I don’t know how many of you feel about it, but the Galaxy SIII makes my iPhone 4S feel a little antiquated.

See on www.businessinsider.com Via- pdxtech-info


Quick iOS 5 Tip: Set custom vibration patterns for contacts

April 19, 2012

“Custom ringtones are great for knowing who’s calling, but those of us whose phones are on vibrate get left out of that party. One of the less advertised features of iOS 5 is the ability to to assign custom vibration patterns to individual callers.”

See on gigaom.com

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Geographic Location Facts on iPhone App

July 20, 2010
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Compare facts about multiple locations

ESRI, the company that is well known for their geo-location and mapping products, has queitly lunched an iPhone app that lets users retrive demographics facts about locations in the United States.

While the app could have some interesting business uses for profesionals, anyone can find themselves comparing their own neighborhood against other neighborhoods or the entire US.

I installed it on my iPhone today and I have been playing with it for a little bit. I think you may find it interesting also.

You can read more about the app at the Business Analyst Blog or download it directly from the Apple app store.


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