Big news from the folks at AddToTravel.com.
AddTo apps are now available on the Amazon Kindle. Yes that means bring your Kindle with you when you travel. With AddTo apps not only can you can read and write about the place, but you can use the AddTo map to navigate and find your way around.
Amazon uses Nokia maps instead of Google maps. Nokia bought Navteq for $8.1 billion a few years ago just to get their map technology and now you can experience it on your Kindle using AddTo apps. Awesome.
If you’re searching for inspiration for your soul, mind, finances, heart, world or psyche, then head on over to the Play Store and download the FREE Swami Roberts 2 app for Android.
You can find it here.
2013 will follow 2012 as surely as 2013 mobile predictions follow at pdxmobile.com.
What’s next in the fast-paced world of mobile? Mobile is changing the tech industry so fast it’s hard to know what’s going on now, let alone a year from now.
Portland Open Studios is going full steam with artists homes open this weekend and next. This is the third year in a row there’s an iPhone/iPad app. Mindwarm Incorporated developed the first app in a way artists addresses and artwork images could be easily added, so this is the second recycled release of an all-new app. Check it out here.