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  1. I finally convinced my 86yo mother to give up her landline and move to a cell phone on our family plan. This change will literally save her $100/month while providing significant benefits. We all have iPads and Android phones and I just planned on purchasing her a used Android phone and going with that. But the more I think about it, I think an iPhone SE might be better for her. I believe the UI is a bit cleaner with bigger images and, more importantly, I think she may have problems with the Micro USB connector found on most Android phones. Heck, WE have problems with those things. Th
  2. Thanks for all the amazing help in the other thread I posted regarding a smartphone for Mom! :hurray: Based on that thread, I decided that it might be interesting to try to understand what kinds of features and/or apps *might* be interesting to my mother and mother-in-law so that I can best configure their phones to allow them to get the most use out of them. I'm also interested in understanding how seniors learn (or not) how to use these devices. Many of the ideas in the polls came out of posts in the other thread. Here are some ideas on how to complete the polls: - Please DO NOT c
  3. Early in November, when she was out of town visiting her family, my wife installed WhatsApp on a Samsung Galaxy (Android) cell phone. After that, the phone began showing "Emergency Calls Only". Everything on the phone works, except it cannot originate or receive normal phone calls, which is the main thing a cell phone does. I cannot tell you how many hours my wife and I spent trying to resolve this issue. Lots of stress and a few dollars for a Google Play App (the Vendor has proved exceptionally helpful). Now, my wife is out of town again, because her mother was in the hospital. Her mothe
  4. I know there is no answer to this question, just curious for thoughts! I have been an Android user up until now and have been happy with it, but I need a new phone now. I bought an iPad in the last year, and was surprised by how much I really love it. So, I was considering switching to an iPhone. My two choices with the current discount that I've narrowed it down to are either iPhone 5s or Samsung Galaxy S5. My only concern with the iPad, which makes me wonder if this could also happen with the iPhone, is that I use Gmail, and sometimes the iPad mixes up conversation threads. It will
  5. I just discovered this game app for my new tablet (Samsung Galaxy) and I'm in love. It's a beautifully done puzzle type game called The Room. Reminds me of Riven or Myst, only on a smaller scale (it all takes place in one room with a series of boxes). Graphics are lovely and puzzles are fun without being super hard. The story-line is a bit silly. I could definitely do without that part. I guess the developers felt it was necessary, but I don't think so. I don't think I needed it to solve any of the puzzles. I just finished the first game and am doing the (free) Epilogue. I'll pro
  6. For those that wanted to try the Interactive Metronome exercises for free, below is a link to an Android app. An Android developer was kind enough to create a metronome feedback app, but it was not complex enough to be put in the Android store and he does not do iOS apps. Obviously, the usual disclaimers apply to this FREE app, but when I tested it, it appears to work fine, including the following features: - 54 bpm, with feedback on how close you tap to the beat in milliseconds - feedback in different colours, sounds, left/right earphone - Session Summary includes: number of beats, %
  7. I thought it might make sense to have a thread where we could put all of the Kindle Fire reviews, including those from professionals and from WTM boardies. It seems that the professional reviewers received their Kindle Fires last week and the reviews are starting to happen. For reference, here is a link to the Kindle Fire Main Page. Also, here is Amazon's Getting Started with Kindle Fire page. If you want to see what apps are available for Kindle Fire, you can see them in the Amazon Appstore for Android. Amazon has even enabled it so that you can run many of the apps found there righ
  8. My brother bought me the following item:http://www.amazon.com/Acer-Iconia-A100-07u16u-7-Inch-Tablet/dp/B005EOYZ7Q for Christmas. I already own a laptop and a Kindle so what would I use this item for. I basically use the internet for this forum, occasional FB, Pintrest, googling and watching Netflix. My email is Microsoft something or other connetted directly to my computer so it wouldn't be practical to check it on-line nor do I see a need to. I have an ereader on my computer but do not use it as I have a Kindle. I do use Word a lot but all of my docs are on my laptop so I am not sure wha
  9. I'm considering buying myself a Christmas present that DD could also use for school. I like the idea of being able to get at least some of the books digitally, because we just plain have SO many-and I do very, very badly at getting rid of books. I'd also love it if it were possible to use those PDFs I keep downloading and have DD do them on a digital device vs printing and having to do something with the resulting pages. I have a laser printer, so printing is cheap, but it's still a LOT of paper. I'm also looking at a science series where the student books are available online, and it's expens
  10. My husband would like a tablet for Christmas. Which one takes Skype? I've heard that Android doesn't work, is that true? I would like to get a cover with a keyboard also. Please help, I don't know what I'm doing!
  11. One of the things I really like about the iPads is that we can purchase an app once and then use it on all of the iPads or other iOS devices tied to our account, up to a maximum of 10. To my knowledge, there is no such concept of sharing apps available from Google's Android Market. But now we have two Kindle Fires arriving today and I realize that both will be tied to the same account in a similar way to how the iPads are tied to the same AppleID. So I'm wondering if Amazon didn't just create the Amazon Appstore for Android to restrict and monitor the content of their store, but perhaps t
  12. Sometime during my six-or-so-month sabbatical from these boards, I purchased and fell in love with an iPad 2. For those of you who do not recall, I have been quite vocal about wanting to wait for an Android 3.0 tablet. You can click on the 'android' tag below to read some of the previous threads where I commented on this topic. Contrary to popular believe, Reg did not purchase an iPad simply because SpyCar stole one from his son! :D Here is my version of the story: It all started with the National Spelling Bee. DS13 went to the National Spelling Bee last year and this year I promi
  13. Apple is scheduled to release iOS 5 today at 1:00PM EDT. This new version brings to iOS some features that have kept some Android affectionados away from Apple products, including: - An iOS 5 device will no longer require a MAC or a PC to accompany it. From what I gather, iTunes will essentially now live in the iCloud. This is a big deal, since it seems we still get the benefits of iTunes (specifically sharing content between multiple devices) without the hassle. Nice job, Apple! - A notification bar. This was one of the great features of Android when it first came out. Many are ple
  14. Our anniversary is coming up and I want to get my DH something really nice this year. I'm thinking about an iPad, but I want to explore all my options. We've always been a PC/android family, but just recently he said we would probably replace my laptop with a Mac when the time comes. What should I buy? (He's my go-to guy for tech questions like this, but I want this gift to be a surprise :D )
  15. What do you use? I've added so many that I think I'll use but keep forgetting they are there! I love Drink Water Beta. It's a widget and I hve it on my front page to help me keep track of how many glasses of water I drink. I use Lookout for security and for the just in case my phone goes missing I can send an alarm. Tried it .. wow that thing really works! I use Pure Calendar widget ... have it on my home page to see a list of everything going on this week. It syncs to my Google calendar...which I only use now because I can enter things fast and they show up on my phone!
  16. My dh is interested in getting a tablet. We boycott Mac here, so no iPads, but many other companies are launching their own tablet devices and his curiousity is piqued (terribly so, because he doesn't ever want to spend money on anything, yet is contemplating hundreds on a tablet!) My feeling is that buying now is just buying at the over-inflated "new-to-market" price and getting the less than stellar 1st generation version which will probably be re-vamped in a major way by this time next year. Dh thinks they'll have good versions (he's specifically most interested in RIMs offering).
  17. currently is to spend precious dollars on an ebook reader of some kind or spend roughly the same on an android tablet........... Can anyone help me decide?? Hubby is insistent that I need the tablet way more than the ereader and will still use it like an ereader. I don't have enough experience with any of them to know better. Here's what I would love to be able to do...(and I don't know if a single device can do it all but hubby thinks the tablet will do most) download and read whatever..books, newspapers, pdfs, from any source -Amazon, Google Books, Gutenberg press, BAMM, and BN (
  18. It's a good thing I economized this Christmas, because dh is giving me a new phone for Christmas. He didn't buy one, because he wanted to leave the choice up to me. Do I want a Droid X, or a Droid Incredible? :confused: Or do I want to tell him no, because I think he shouldn't spend the $ ? He'd be very disappointed...:001_unsure: Our budget will be ok either way, I'm just being very thrifty right now because we're helping ds through college.
  19. So, with the soon-to-happen demise of my trusty old Palm Pilot, a need move from using Outlook to Google Calendar to keep track of everybody's stuff, I am getting hip and getting a smart phone. We trimmed a couple bills so I can justify the data package. I was all set to get a droid phone... but ...the salesman worked pretty hard to talk me out of it. He was pushing a phone that had Windows platform because he felt it would suit my needs better. But, but, but ... the Droid phones are soooo coooool! The prices were pretty comparable. Both have slide out keyboards - both are full screen.
  20. I want an ebook reader. I don't want a Kindle or a nook. I think they are too expensive for just an ebook reader and most of the books I want to read are pdf books. I started looking for cheap ebook readers and discovered the Android 7" tablet-aPad. They cost about $100. That is less than a Kindle or Nook. Anyone have any experience with one of these? I don't want an iPad. It is too big. I have an iTouch that I LOVE, but it is just too small for me to read a book on. I really need something that shows a full page of text.
  21. Shelves is an Android copy of the popular Delicious Library application for Apple devices. I've been looking for a good Android-based cataloger for some time and this free application looks pretty good. You can download it from the Android Market. If it is anywhere close to the one for Apple and iPhone about which I have heard rave reviews, this should be a very useful program!
  22. ...and the WePad from a company in Germany looks very close to what I want! Now, I wonder how long it will be before I can buy one in the US... Does anyone else have their eye on an Android tablet? If so, which one?
  23. Please help me people. I am one year into my second Razor phone using Verison/Alltel. It is a fine phone. However, now that I am officially a Real Estate Agent (ha!) I feel I may soon need to join the rest of the techies of the working world. I can get a Blackberry curve for $29 after rebate. Or a Droid for $199 after rebate. HOW can there be that much difference between the two? I WANT a Droid because it is the latest wizzy thing...but it won't be the latest in oh say a month or so. If anyone has ANY feedback on ANY of this stuff....let me know. I am so confused.
  24. You can read the details on Apple's website. It doesn't have the same kind of display as the Kindle and Nook, but it looks pretty interesting. The price is lower than many had feared. Here is the link to the SlashGear livecast of the press event with lots of pictures and some details of what Steve Jobs said. Please post links here about the iPad along with your thoughts on this newest of creations from Apple. Does anyone consider this a Kindle-killer?
  25. While the iPad looks very nice, for our needs I really feel Android would be a better OS. I detailed some of the reasons in the iPad thread. Fortunately, it appears they will not be far behind the iPad. Here are a couple of offerings: Archos 7 Tablet Viewsonic VTablet 101 ICD Vega coming in 7, 11, and 15 inches MSI Tablet Coming Unfortunately, my favorite Android hardware manufacturer, HTC, has dropped their tablet offering.
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