E-Mobile Today?

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  1. csodjd

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    Anyone used/tried this app from e-Mobile Software? Comments?
     
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    What's it do?
     
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    It's a PIM App. It puts calendar, tasks, contacts, weather, etc., on your home page, along with number of missed calls, txt messages, new emails. It looks interesting, but no free trial, $19.95 and they say they'll refund if you don't like it.

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    Fail at posting an image.
     
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    Well, you've got 24 hrs to refund any paid app, but it'd have to be pretty spectacular for that kinda $.

    Not sure if they're exactly he same, but you should check out slidescreen. It puts a lot of that same stuff right on the homescreen as well. You can run it as a home replacement, or just an app. It's not for EVERYONE, but has some potential...

    I MIGHT look into this e-mobile thing...
     
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    Oh. E-mobile has pretty bad reviews. Haha! Check out slidescreen. They have a trial version with adds, and the paid is only like $6-7...
     
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    Yeah, we can't see files on your hard drive (what the file: URL is for). :D
     
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    Looks like a crap program based on the reviews
     
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    SlideScreen is top-notch if you want a simply home screen that looks nice and has all your e-mail, texts, tweets, and etc right on it. You can move the clock bar that separates more private data like e-mail and texts from more public stuff up or down to hide private notifications. Weather built in.

    It seems to still be a work in progress, but is a really sharp-looking idea and seems to run stable from the little I played with it. Has good ratings too. It's not showing up on Androidzoom.com, but it shows up in the market on the Droid.

    Not my thing because I like my home screens, but a nice app for someone who's used to more centralized info like this e-mobile today has at a fraction of the price with better reviews.
     
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    I also personally like home screens. I use a far range of apps and whatnot and I want them in an exact place. I know that it has some "favorites" but I use more than 8 apps on a daily basis. That and I am also very very ocd. And I like to keep my screens absolutely organized, whereas this somewhat looks thrown together. It's not a design flaw, but it's not something I would want to look at - it looks too cluttered even though it is organized in a "smart" manner.
     
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    It looks like a win mobile theme type app... same style and format of info. I might pay 2 bucks for it, but not 20.00 Someone is a little greedy lol
     
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