Archive for February, 2012
USA Today offers an e-edition version of their regular print newspaper that lets you view content with the same layout as their print version. This e-edition however requires Flash and so it can’t be viewed from an iPad, which is frustrating as newspaper and mobility would seem to go hand in hand. USA Today does have an online version of their content, but it’s laid out like a webpage ,whereas the e-edition lets you view the content like you’re reading a regular newspaper. The e-edition also includes all of their games such as sudoku and the crossword puzzle as well as access to their archives.
Turn your Kindle Fire into a personal productivity tool with AlwaysOnPC. With our app you can download and install productivity apps from the Google Chrome webstore such as the Evernote webclipper extension. Or browse to sites such as Quickbooks online. And if your computer has a remote employee portal that requires java such as the United Airlines Unimatic website or the BNSF emulator we’ve got you covered.
With AlwaysOnPC you can visit all your visit websites that require Java, such as Runescape, PartyPoker.com and Pogo.com. Play your favorites games all from the convenience of your Kindle Fire with AlwaysOnPC.
With AlwaysOnPC you have many of the same feature and functionality of a regular PC all on your Kindle Fire. Imagine being able to open, edit and save documents such as word, excel and powerpoint on the go with Open Office from Kindle Fire with an AlwaysOnPC virtual computer. AlwaysOnPC includes GIMP and Inkscape so you can edit and save images as well as create new images. And because AlwaysOnPC already comes with Dropbox installed you can easily share documents with your other computers at work or home.