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Hmm, this is sounding better and better. I am still torn over the screen size Inspire vs Atrix and screen quality Atrix vs Samsung Galaxy S.
They all use same speed processor with single core software so i don't see any diff in speed in the store.
Nice problem to have, I say!
- 02-22-2011, 09:58 PM #12
First: What's vlingo?
Second: Why the hell is it on my phone asking to be enabled?
Third: I guess i am rooting to remove it.
Edit: Bob .. I would like to not be forced to used add-on software, thanks.
Last edited by bobbiac; 02-22-2011 at 10:10 PM.
- 02-22-2011, 10:14 PM #13
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- 02-22-2011, 10:18 PM #15
Vlingo is basically a voice to text software, but also so much more. It works with maps, calls, SMS, emails, in car, etc...
Now, you may think its the same as a Tmobile Mytouch genius bar or a google voice app, but Vlingo actually is more intricate and accurate in recognizing your voice and also in the amount of functions it can perform/you can say to it.
Yes, it is an "add-on software" but it also aids you for voice commands and I personally think it is quite helpful and more impressive than the other voice to text programs.
This link has more details and links to vids that can explain it better: Android Voice to Text and Voice Recognition Apps | Vlingo
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In the applications tab, you see a list of ALL of your apps, which are running currently and how much CPU/RAM the ones that are running are using. From this tab you can click to end an app, or you can click to add it to your auto-end list.
The auto-end list tab shows a list of apps that you want to automatically turn off whenever the display times out. (otherwise games and stuff and syncing might continue to run and draw battery power even while the screen is off)
It's a very handy tool IMO. None of the phones I've seen have come with that stock before.
- 02-23-2011, 09:37 AM #24