Out of all the features that Samsung managed to pack into the Galaxy S4, this has got to be the niftiest of them all: <iframe width=”560″...

We’ve done plenty an article on Samsung’s very own Kies syncing software, but we haven’t quite shown you the low down on how you can use its built in backup and restore feature. It’s really quite simple–Kies has a built in backup and restore function that allows you to save your: Contacts Schedule To do Messages Memo Mini diary Call log Music Photos Videos Miscellaneous...

So you’ve decided to make the switch from iPhone to Android and you would like to move your massive library over to your Galaxy S II? Fear not, the process is really quite simple! 1. The first step is to find out where your iTunes music library is located. To do this, fire up iTunes and hit Edit > Preferences or Ctrl + , : 2. Download Samsung Kies–it is...

If you haven’t heard, Google Music is a new cloud-based music service that allows users to instantly access their personal music collections without having to manually sync or migrate every device. Although the service is still in beta, you should definitely give it a go! Before we get started, since this is an invite beta you will have to request an invitation...

We were messing around on our device this morning testing some new email stuff when low and behold we came across this screen.  We added a new Google Account to our phone and when given different features to sync with our account look who decided to show up 2nd from the top. Google Music rumors have been flying around for awhile now and we featured some possible highlights...

Over the next week we’ll be doing featured videos like the one below pitting the Samsung Focus against the other major players in the game.  In all these videos we will be comparing the following 8 categories: Form Factor / Size Camera features Facebook App (we just wanted to show app loading times and this one appears in different OS markets across the board more...

With everyone competing to come up with the best mobile music app, AudioGalaxy comes in out of left field and steals the show.  It recently stepped out of beta and is now offered for free to anyone that registers on their site.  The software streams your music from an OSX or Windows based computer to your Android or iOS device.  Now I know there are other applications...

Rhapsody is a online music service, similar to that of Pandora that provides user with streamed music, the entire 9.5 millions of them. The mobile application went live on Android Market this morning and can be downloaded for free. While the application is free to download, there will be a montly subscription fee of $9.95 following the free 14-day trial. Image: Android...

Omniano band while not the perfect piece of Windows Mobile instrument like the Ocarina for iPhone, is by itself a fairly high quality application. HyongaSoft have developed a trio of individual instruments mimicking the precedent on the Samsung Omnia. Namely the Piano Concert, Flute Concert and the Motion Drum, these 3 applications are compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0...

Touch The Music Version 0.3 Cost: Free Arlanthir and Jakob Dam (Developer Info) [ratings] If you are wondering why Windows Mobile doesn’t yet have a game application similar to Tap Tap Revenge or Guitar Hero, it is now available. Even though its not quite complete yet, its playable and can certainly be entertaining. Touch The Music with its functional...