Just saw this post and it is great for newbies, like myself!
Arrgh @ OP. Photoshop Mobile is VERY easy to beat. Get Picsay Free, it does way more, and better. And Picsay Pro (it costs like 2 dollars) is like having a fully featured Photoshop on your phone, I do decent looking head swaps etc. in like 2 minutes flat with it.
In comparison, the actual photoshop app is slow, harder to use, and doesnt do a hell of a lot.
Here is a suggestion for tip 41: To turn on a super-awesome looking GPS, and make all your friends with garmins/tomtoms jealous, while using Google Navigator: Tap the menu button, then Layers, then turn on Satellite. Voila, no more white and yellow lines, your gps now is the best looker around!
Another related tip: If you use the GPS feature at all, download the free app "Google Map Address Book." It allows saving of locations for one-touch navigation.
And, of course, if you plan on texting.. Save yourself frustration and get Handcent SMS. NOW!!
good cheat sheet
Thanks for the info!!!
Does the Droid have Adobe or Flash? Just wondering.
Also, with the Mobile Defense should I have it tracking/connected to my phone the entire time or just if I lose it?
This is exactly what I was looking for. Info on the phone and its OS as well as Apps. Thanks and keep them coming.
Nice post :)
very helpful stuff.