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Maximum Cellphone
September 17, 2006, 10:57 am
Filed under: Mobile Phones
Tool That Let You Make The Most Of Your Mobile Phone
A cellphone is not just about making and reciving calls and SMSing. Most phones
offer advanced features and you can make the most of these by using easily available free or trial tools.
MyphoneExplorer: This free tools [available at http://www.softpedia.com/get/mobile-phone-tools/sony-ericsson/myphoneexplorer.shtml] allows you to organise data on your sony ericsson phone. You can also back-up text messages on your PC and even encrypt them using this tool.
Oxygen Phone Manager II: With this tool, connecting your Nokia phone to your PC is a breeze. You can connect using Bluetooth, Pop Port or IR. You can send/receive SMSes, edit pictures, organise personal data settings and do much more. It costs $49.19, but a trial version is on http://www.newfreedownloads.com/-info/oxygen-software.html.
Opera Mobile (Opera Mini2): This free web browser supports platforms like symbian S60, Windows Mobile and Pocket PC. You can download multimedia content on your phone from http://my.opera.com/abhinavchunmun/affiliate.
Pocket Tunes deluxe:This tool allows you to play music and online music services on a plam device (with plam OS 5.2 or higher). Internet radio services are available (Live 365, Shoutcast) and with pocket tunes deluxe, you can enjoy music as long as you have wireless access. It supports popular audio formats like MP3, WMA, and costs $34.95. A trial version is available at http://www.pocket-tunes.com/?page=download.
FuelLog v1.01: It supports palm devices and helps you keep track of fuel expenses. It shows information on average miles per tank, average days between fills etc.
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