Simple Needs

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  1. lemur

    lemur New Member

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    My needs are simple, but don't know if the apps are out there. I would like (hopefully free):

    vpn, or another way for remote access to computer
    pandora
    google maps
    skype
    read and edit office docs
    IM for yahoo, aol, etc. in one app
    FB
    Browser options?

    On a tangent, will Droid support javascript, and will Flash eventually come to Android? Finally, can Droid multi-task.

    Thank you for your time.
     
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    Pretty simple apps to get there, so far i'd stick with the browser it comes with, it's fine to me. Yes flash will be coming to the droid, just give it i think 2 months? or so was the outlook on that.
     
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    Are you aware of a free VPN?
     
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    Yes it can. Up to 6 apps at a time :)
     
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    remote access

    Today I tested the GoToMyPc and LogMeIn services with the Droid browser at Verizon Wireless and wasn't able to connect remotely to a PC with either service. I was impressed with the way the device and browser operated but I have to meet the remote access requirement. Does anyone know of a work around?
     
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    Well thats strange, in german flyers they ad wif flash support natively on the droids browser...so what about that?? True or not?
     
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    flash support for our droids should be coming soon.
     
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    So it ISNT implemented rite now?

    How can that be since android is a linux based system and flash for linux is way beyond experiments....
     
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    BTW there are VPN Settings in Settings > Wireless & networks > VPN Settings.

    Not sure if that is useful for you, but its there.
     
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    There should be a way to even implement existing VPN Profiles from common clients like cisco or lancom anyways. Thats the great opportunity in this phone we get from beeng based on linux ^^