Android Tip: Dropbox Gives You 500MB Free

Dropbox lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. The free version gives you 2GB of space to use, though you can add several more MB of space by clicking the GET FREE SPACE options linked via their desktop interface on the right site.

HOWEVER for the BIG BONUS, be sure to download the Dropbox App via the Google Play store to your Android smartphone. If you opt to sync pictures, they will give you an extra 500 MB OF SPACE FOR FREE!

DC Comics – Now on Android

As I hope you know by now, I serve on the Board for the Christian Comic Arts Society. A few weeks ago, we were at the massive, annual Comic-Con International in San Diego. The following week, DC Comics released their APP for Android. DC is the biggest North American comics publisher. Renowned for what are considered the World’s Greatest Super Heroes: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash and more, DC publishes more than 80 comic format titles monthly and over 1,000 comic books and graphic novels annually, DC also presents different flavors of graphic storytelling through its diverse imprints.

Hootsuite Unable to Send to LinkedIn

We switched from Tweetdeck to Hootsuite Pro for our team to handle social media postings.  Tweetdeck is excellent and I still highly recommend it for any individual person who needs a great free solution to manage their social media across all the key outlets. Tweetdeck won’t work if you need more than one person in your process. We switched to Hootsuite Pro because we needed to have our team all in one system. Having been a longtime Tweetdeck user, I have…

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Flash 10.2 Arrives on Android OS and to Tablets

Adobe just released Flash Player 10.2 for Android, making Android phones and tablets equipped to play Flash content on web sites. This also signals that Flash will be integrated for Android 3.0.1 Honeycomb, Google’s OS for tablets. According to Adobe, while Flash 10.2 for Android provides performance enhancements that improve the mobile experience, the main push behind this update is to bring Flash to tablets like the Motorola Xoom. Flash 10.2 for Android 2.2, 2.3 and 3.0.1 is available for download in the Android Marketplace.