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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by csodjd, Feb 11, 2010.
Anyone used/tried this app from e-Mobile Software? Comments?
What's it do?
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.
Fail at posting an image.
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...
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...
Yeah, we can't see files on your hard drive (what the file: URL is for).
e-Mobile Today for Android - AndroidZoom.com
You guys are lazy...
Looks like a crap program based on the reviews
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.
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.
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