Author Archive: John Piper

Born and raised in Kutztown, PA. I am the oldest of 4 with 3 younger sisters. My interests are computers, video gaming and family. Not necessarily in that order.

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Launcher Theme by JP Designs

Launcher Theme by JP Designs

| November 1, 2010 | Reply

Launcher gives you an eye pleasing, very fast theme.  With opaque icons and custom battery and signal meters the home screen comes to life.  Multiple home screens (95xx versions) allow access to all your favorite apps at the drop of a hat.  With quick navigation and multiple hotspots you get what you need for a […]

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PrinterShare – Print from your Android device

PrinterShare – Print from your Android device

| October 29, 2010 | Reply

Have you ever found yourself having taken a great snapshot, needed a report or email from your phone or wanted a printout of your phone log?  Well know there is a really nice option.  PrinterShare from MobileDynamix has provided a great option. Print any of these from your Android: Photos Emails (Gmail only) Contacts Call […]

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Amazon App Store for Android confirmed by WSJ

Amazon App Store for Android confirmed by WSJ

| October 7, 2010 | Reply

Looks like Amazon is getting themselves into the android world too!  Let the Android revolution continue. Consumers will also have different purchase options now for their apps.  More from Engadget below. Amazon’s always worked hard to make sure it’s in the digital goods business as well as its obviously successful physical one, but this might […]

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Facebook rolling out site redesign, download my data, and updated privacy settings

Facebook rolling out site redesign, download my data, and updated privacy settings

| October 6, 2010 | Reply

I find myself not using Facebook as much as I would like sometimes just because the navigation and options are a bit cumbersome.  With the advancements that Facebook announced in their press event I am actually looking forward to using it again.  I am involved with several groups of people from work, friends and family […]

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iPhone 4 hits the TOP TEN LIST

iPhone 4 hits the TOP TEN LIST

| July 18, 2010 | Reply

The iPhone drama continues….. The Late Show with David Letterman had some fun at Apple’s expense as the new iPhone 4 catches the eye of the TOP TEN LIST writers. Phone developers…. attention to details…good decision

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Launch-X Pro Widget for Android

Launch-X Pro Widget for Android

| July 18, 2010 | 3 Replies

I recently purchased Launch-X Pro widget for my Droid Incredible because I like having everything at my fingertips.  Call me lazy if you wish, but I like to consider my self efficient (LOL). The widget itself allows you to have anywhere from 3 -7 icons per row and up to 7 rows  side to side.  […]

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CRYPTO – Theme by JP Designs

CRYPTO – Theme by JP Designs

| July 14, 2010 | 3 Replies

Dark Theme with Expanding Animations and Today Screen Crypto is a very fast dark theme that gives the user something different than the usual.  The custom built code allows for fast and efficient use on all models.  The icons fade away and reappear off and on the screen in an expanding style animation giving the […]

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Droid 2 rumored to be launching August 23rd with Android 2.2

Droid 2 rumored to be launching August 23rd with Android 2.2

| June 28, 2010 | Reply

All you Android lovers could this be the first device with Froyo love pre-installed?  Stay tuned…. We’ve certainly gotten a peak at quite a few Droid 2 details so far, but word of a release date has unfortunately never been among them. That now looks to have changed, however, with the folks at Android and […]

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Sirius XM Android app hits the Market

Sirius XM Android app hits the Market

| May 28, 2010 | Reply

One of my favorite apps has now hit the Android circuit.  Sadly no Stern channels :(.  Still awesome to have a ton of streaming music. That’s right, we’re downloading the brand new Sirius XM app to our favorite, not-at-all-fragmented Android handset as we speak. Sure, we don’t actually have a paid satellite radio subscription, but […]

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Bluetooth 4.0 spec gets finalized

Bluetooth 4.0 spec gets finalized

| April 21, 2010 | Reply

Seems like just yesterday that you needed to spend a small fortune for a basic bluetooth headset that would give you a good 10ft. of coverage.  I am looking forward to the control and connection this will offer. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has completed its promising specification for Bluetooth 4.0, though we’ll have […]

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