I've recently convinced a colleague at work to switch from his iPhone to the Android platform. His one caveat was that you could get hold of the same Applications, or at least Applications that would provide the same functionality.
Almost all the Applications he used we available on both platforms, the most process to replicate is synchronising your phone with iTunes. Obviously the iPhone does this out of the box, but how can you do this on the Android platform?
The answer is DoubleTwist a free Application that can manage synchronising removable disks with iTunes and Windows Media player.
I've had my HTC Desire for a few months now, and I've been using half a dozen Twitter clients for most of that time. I've been switching between them periodically to compare the features sets. I'm running out of running system memory now, so I have to delete some of them (Where is Froyo!)
Here is my roundup of some of the Twitter clients I've been testing for the Android platform. I'm going to update this with more Apps as time passes. Seesmic, Peep and a few others will be added later. Similarly if there are any you know of that aren't listen please comment below!
I've recently picked up a new laptop, and in the process of setting it up for development purposes I've had some issues. Some are Windows 7 based, the others are Eclipse workspace related.
I thought I'd put together a short entry on the issues I encountered, and how I overcame them.
I recently upgraded my mobile to the new HTC Desire. This freed up my HTC Magic which my wife is now using. This meant that I needed to migrate all my data from a HTC Magic to the HTC Desire, and migrate all my wife's data from a Nokia N96 to a HTC Magic. This article deals with a few different Android Market place Applications, and the Pro's and Con's of each of them.