Get the Ultimate Android Setup App – Welcome Home to Android
Millions of cellphone users worldwide are making the switch to Android. Are you one of them?
The one thing that new Android owners are missing, and have been asking for, is a faster and easier way to setup their new Android phone with their important information and media. In fact, some people have been waiting to make the switch to Android just because there is no reliable, easy way to setup their Android phone with all their important data.
Big news: The wait is over. Mark/Space has released a new Android app called Welcome Home to Android, and just in time for the holidays. Now, people who have recently switched to Android, or are planning to make the switch soon, can transfer and copy data and media files from their old BlackBerry or iPhone to a new Android phone. Welcome Home can also copy information on a Mac or PC to a new Android phone.
Welcome Home to Android is a reliable, comprehensive and powerful app that quickly transfers and sets up info and media, including contacts, calendars, notes, bookmarks, music, playlists, photos, videos and tasks, to an Android phone running Android OS 1.2 and higher. Depending on how much data you plan to copy, you can setup an Android phone in no time.*
Now you can have all of your important info and media exactly where you need them - on your new Android phone.
* Setup time varies depending on the amount of data being copied.
The Mark/Space Gift Guide - Welcome Home to Android, The Missing Sync, GoGadget
Don't know what to get a family member, friend or co-worker as a gift this holiday season? What about an app that will make their everyday lives easier?
Apps are not just for that favorite geek on your list anymore. Apps make great gifts for just about anybody these days, especially apps that are used year-round.
If you know someone who has an Android, Blackberry, iPhone or Palm OS, Mark/Space has an excellent line of synchronization, productivity, data migration and back-up applications to meet many needs, including the award-winning The Missing Sync, Welcome Home to Android and GoGadget.
The Sync Experts at Mark/Space have been making tech life easier with cutting-edge software for over 20 years. Here are our top three software picks for the holiday season.
The Missing Sync for Android - The award-winning synchronization software, The Missing Sync for Android, will keep your Android phone or device perfectly synchronized with your Mac or PC computer throughout the year. Now you can always have the same up-to-date contacts, calendars, notes, appointments, music, videos and photos on your computer and on your Android device. If you change a contact or add a meeting on your Android phone, The Missing Sync will make the same changes on your computer, and vice versa.
Plus, a USB cable is not required to sync. The Missing Sync for Android synchronizes your devices automatically* over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The Missing Sync is also available for Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile, and Palm OS.
Welcome Home to Android - The newest app from Mark/Space, Welcome Home, is the fastest way to setup a new Android phone with your most important info. Welcome Home was created for anyone who recently bought, or is thinking of buying, a new Android phone, and doesn’t want their contacts and other private information, including media files like music, photos and videos, stored on cloud servers.
Whether transitioning from Blackberry or iPhone, the Welcome Home app gathers media and personal information from an old phone, and from a Mac or PC computer, and moves it to a new Android phone. How-to videos that demonstrate this amazing software are included with the app and are available in five languages: English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Welcome Home makes a perfect gift for any new Android owner. To get Welcome Home for yourself, or someone special, this holiday season, simply purchase a copy and print out the confirmation email (containing the registration code) we send after each purchase and present it to your gift recipient in a card or with another gift - like a new Android phone.
GoGadget - Now you can sync your webOS device’s media files - such as music, photos and videos - with your Mac or PC, so that you are always in sync. GoGadget’s cool design and user interface makes it easy to sync anytime you want. GoGadget supports media sync for the Palm Pre and the Palm Pixi.
Purchase GoGadget before December 31, 2011, and get $10 off at checkout!
* Automatic syncing is based on the time intervals you set in your preferences and requires that your phone be in proximity with your computer. Learn more about all of the features of The Missing Sync for Android.
New Android Device Picks for December - Motorola DROID RAZR, Galaxy Tab 7 and Pantech Pocket
Each month, we highlight new Android devices - from phones to tablets - picking the hottest and most popular new releases to the ever-expanding Android global market. Last month we profiled three new Android devices - the Motorola Atrix 2, Samsung Transfix and the T-Mobile Springboard. This month, we are highlighting the newest Motorola DROID RAZR, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 and the Pantech Pocket.
Motorola DROID RAZR
The newest incarnation of the Motorola DROID RAZR is getting a lot of love from consumers and tech reviewers alike. At only 0.28 inches thick, the RAZR is the thinnest smartphone ever mass manufactured. It is also one of the lightest smartphones ever - weighing in at just under 4.5 ounces. The KEVLAR-strong RAZR features a stunning 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus scratch-resistant glass display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, and 1 GB of RAM, running on the 2.3.5 version of the Android OS, aka, "Gingerbread."
The DROID RAZR starts at $299.99
Galaxy Tab 7.0
The new Galaxy Tab 7.0 is the fourth member of the popular Galaxy Tab family. With the success of the more recent Galaxy Tab 8.9, it is no wonder a 7-inch version has caused a stir among gadget geeks. The Galaxy Tab 7.0, selling for approximately $400, packs a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, a tablet-optimized build of the Android 3.2 Honeycomb, plus additional features, like a rear-facing 3 mega-pixel camera (with a LED flash) and a front-facing 2 mega-pixel camera.
The Pantech Pocket was recently released, sporting a multi-tasking Android 2.3 4G experience with a 4-inch SVGA (800 x 600) touchscreen display, a 1GHz CPU, a 5 mega-pixel rear camera with flash and a 4x zoom, plus HD video capture at 720p. The 1650 mAh battery has a 6-hour talk life and a 18-day standby time, plus 2 GB microSD memory (expandable to 32GB) and 600MB internal memory storage at a total weight of only 4.4 ounces. The Pantech Pocket is available via AT&T for only $49.
Android Owners: Bundle Two Great Android Apps and Save $10 at checkout.
The Motorola DROID RAZR, Galaxy Tab 7.0 and Pantech Pocket are just some of the dozens of Android phones that are compatible with Mark/Space software products, like The Missing Sync for Android and Welcome Home to Android.
Whether you just purchased one of the Android phones featured above, are planning to buy one, Mark/Space’s new Welcome Home to Android app makes it faster and easier to setup your phone with your private information and media files. Make yourself right at home with Android today.
Plus, if you want to stay organized and keep your contacts, calendars, notes, music playlists, photos and videos always up-to-date and in sync between your computer and your Android phone, The Missing Sync for Android is the perfect app for you.
If you purchase Welcome Home today* you will get a $10 discount on the award-winning Missing Sync for Android. Now you can easily setup your Android phone, and keep your personal info, files and media in sync with your computer year round.
But don’t wait; this offer is for a limited time only.
Not sure if your Android phone is supported? Use our product picker to see if your phone is compatible with The Missing Sync, and for Welcome Home, view the requirements page for more details.
* Limited time offer.
LinkShare – Hot Tablets, iPhone 3GS, Amazon Smartphones
Each month, we share a few links that we find informative, interesting or fun. This month read about rumors that HP could sell webOS, AppleCare extension for the iPhone, and Amazon drops smartphones to one penny for some cellphone carriers.
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