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Hey all. I really enjoy trying out new technology & seeing if it can make my life easier -- hopefully my reviews & articles will take some of the headache out of your life as I show you software that has worked for me. I particularly enjoy mobile software, so many of my articles will cover mobile apps - iPhone & Android especially. Aside from guest-writing for MintyWhite, I also run a software development company called SNAPP Software & we make cool mobile apps for companies. Thanks for reading!

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Dragon Voice Dictation iPhone App Rocks!

Posted by Adam Chavez On December - 17 - 20096 COMMENTS

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I just downloaded the free Dragon Dictation iPhone app. It is really cool.

Here’s how it works:

After installing and launching the app, you tap a button that says, “Record.” You then speak your message — there’s a limit of about 20 seconds, perfect for a text or quick email recording. After you’re done recording the message, you click done, & then your message is sent to Dragon’s servers, where it is translated into text and then a few seconds later, delivered to your phone.

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How to Remote Desktop into Windows from the iPhone

Posted by Adam Chavez On September - 28 - 20096 COMMENTS

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I wish I could say that this is free, but none of the free options were high enough quality for me to recommend. That being said, it is by far the best solution for remoting into your Windows machine. Whether you are a gadget lover who likes having the coolest toys, the productivity geek who needs to have multiple solutions to every problem, or even the Windows SYS Admin who wants to be prepared…. just in case; if you need the best solution to remote in, I recommend Jaadu. It’s 25 bucks, which for an iPhone app isn’t cheap, but if you need remote desktop access it’s 25 dollars well-spent.
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How to keep notes synced between the iPhone and Windows

Posted by Adam Chavez On September - 22 - 2009Comments Off on How to keep notes synced between the iPhone and Windows

Evernote is an amazing tool to keep all of your notes in one place, & synced up between iPhone, PC, & with online access. Whether you’re recording a voice note on the road to avoid “texting while SMSing,” taking a picture, or writing a traditional note, Evernote is in my opinion the best way to keep track of notes between all devices.

Setup is simple & after you’re finished you’ll have access to your notes on the PC, online, or in your pocket.

To setup Evernote for the iPhone & the desktop, do the following:

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First of all, hello MintyWhite reader. I’m excited to be working with Rich & the MintyWhite team! I’m taking on the task of keeping you updated on how the iPhone and Windows can play together nicely.

I’m an iPhone junky. I’ll admit it. I love the thing. I love it as a productivity app, as a digital voice recorder, as a clock to quickly check what time it is on the other side of the world where some of my family lives, as a quick & easy email client. I could go on and on.

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