Gmail iPhone App Update Gives New Life to Drive

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The Gmail iPhone app received a nice update today in the form of Google Drive integration, giving the mobile Drive app a new life after the company dropped support for editing a while back. If you remember from back in May, Google updated its Drive mobile app and got rid of editing abilities, moving that […]

iPhone Mail Alternatives: 3 Great Apps

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If you’re not a big fan of the stock Mail app on your iPhone, here are three great alternatives that you should try out. The Mail app that comes pre-installed on your iPhone can be handy to have, especially if it’s all you really know, and since it’s natively integrated into the iOS ecosystem, it […]

iOS 7.1.2 Release Pegged for July to Fix iOS 7.1.1 Problems

The iOS 7.1.2 release could bring fixes for several iOS 7.1.1 problems in early July.

The iOS 7.1.2 release date is possible as soon as early July according to a new report that outlines potential fixes to iOS 7.1.1 problems and possibly the iMessage problem that holds text messages hostage when sent to iPhone users that switch to Android. In May reports of an iOS 7.1.2 update surfaced, ahead of Apple’s iOS […]

OS X Mavericks Gmail Fix Released

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After what seemed like an eternity, Apple has finally released an update for OS X Mavericks that fixes a few issues with Gmail integration in the Mail app. The update is designed to enhance compatibility with Gmail accounts, and includes several other improvements that aim to mend the relationship between Mavericks and Gmail. Syncing Gmail […]

How to Show Full Names in Messages and Mail on iOS 7

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iOS 7 has been out for a few weeks now, and you’ve no doubt updated already and are probably confused by all of the little changes. The big changes are very welcomed, but it’s the small changes that are kind of annoying you right now. This includes the default use of only first names showing […]

5 Things I Hate About the iPhone

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The iPhone is a great phone with plenty of great features, but Apple’s darling falls flat in several key places. After using the iPhone 4S since launch, there are a number of things I hate about the iPhone platform. (Read: 5 Things I Hate about Android) I’ve had the iPhone 4S for the past 6 […]

Sparrow for iPhone Review: Nearly Perfect Email Experience

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Sparrow for the iPhone has finally arrived, and with it the ability to use the iPhone to read email; something I haven’t been able to do since I purchased the iPhone 4S in October. Sparrow replaces the Mail app that you are probably using to read email on your iPhone now. Mail offers the most […]

iCloud’s Web Interface Now in Beta, Storage Pricing Detailed

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With the flood of iPhone 5 rumors we get clobbered with every week, it’s refreshing to get some solid news about another exciting Apple launch that is approaching. Developers (and non-devs who have registered for an iCloud account) can now access Apple’s web portal for the upcoming iCloud (as reported by 9to5Mac) at iCloud.com. Any fears that […]

Nokia Uses Yahoo! to Host Ovi Mail, Chat

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Nokia is now offloading the hosting of its Ovi Mail services from its own servers to Yahoo!’s servers and platform. The move is being positioned by Nokia as being more beneficial to consumers of the free Ovi Mail services as it delivers a faster, richer mail experiences, integration with Chat, and also access to other […]

New AOL Mail: Project Phoenix…Can AOL Rise Again?

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Amidst all the talk about Facebook’s new messaging system, AOL’s trying to drum up some excitement about Project Phoenix, its new email and messaging service. Project Phoenix certainly looks more interesting the AOL of yesteryear, but an early video doesn’t look all that promising. The Project Phoenix video is more talk than substance. Towards the […]