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VVM7 – Visual Voice Mail For Windows Phone 7

A popular feature of the iPhone and some Android phones is the functionality of visual voicemail. Thanks to XDA forum member TheBeO, now WP7 owners also get to listen and manage their voicemail in a visual app, instead of calling the voicemail number. Because the WP7 SDK does not currently allow a function that is required...

AirBubble Turns Your Mobile Device Into a Lean, Green, Android-Powered Airport Express Streaming Machine!

Now, some of us Android users have spent a little bit of time in a certain walled garden at some point. Yes, that one. Luckily, enjoying the fruits of Steve's garden (see what I did there?) no longer has to be mutually exclusive with using everyone's favorite little green robot. Thanks to XDA forum member bubbleguuum,...

Auto-Updating Weather Wallpapers from Galaxy S II

For a while now, I've been using the Go Weather app to get my weather updates and to see some cool auto-updating background videos relevant to the current weather status. For example, if it's raining, a video plays which shows rain droplets hitting a puddle and creating ripples. If you're familiar with the new and upcoming...

Recognized Developers of XDA: Update

You might recall that over the last few months, we've been collecting information for those wanting to be considered part of the Recognized Developer of XDA group. Those in the group will get extra privileges on in the forums. We had originally planned to process all of the forms by 20 April, but due to...

Windows Phone Device Manager for Windows Phone 7

If you don´t feel comfortable using Zune software to sync your Windows Phone 7, we now have an interesting alternative. XDA moderator imfloflo presents Windows Phone Device Manager, which will let you interact with your device on a modern nice looking interface. Featuring send notes, send clipboard content, detailed device info, check for app updates,...

Themes for Swiftkey & Swype Keyboards – Android

For those of you always looking for new ways to personalize your device, XDA member sonnysekhon presents these mods themes for your Android using Swiftkey and Swype. If you are bored with the same design on your keyboard, then you may want to try these five different themes including Android default, Windows Phone 7, and...

Live Happy, Flash Happy With Flash Image GUI for Android

We all love flashing our Android devices constantly, no matter if it is apps, kernels, roms, recoveries, etc. If it is in zip format, we will flash it. There are various apps out there that will allow you to start the flashing process, or at least make you boot into recovery to flash whatever it...

Have More Control Over Your Device With Blade Buddy for Android

Well, it seems that the concept of devs and cooks having all the fun tweaking roms has pushed XDA member Charles Darke to develop and release an app that would allow you to tweak various parameters in your Android device. Blade Buddy will enable tons of hidden tricks in your device to speed it up a...

Social Jogger – Extracted From The Acer Iconia

It looks like most vendors are having their creative teams of programmers and designers working on visually appealing, trademark apps for their devices. Acer seems not to be the exception as they have come out with their very own Social Jogger, which is basically a social network app with plugins for your favorite sites like...

CM7 Knocks on the HTC Thunderbolt’s Door

The Thunderbolt is one of HTC's latest and greatest devices, and the first one to sport 4G LTE (Evo's WiMax counterpart if you are keeping tabs). Many people were puzzled and disappointed at the fact that the device came with Froyo as a stock, considering that it is so late in the Froyo game and...

XDA-Developers Beginning to Get Noticed

Well, we always thought that our "little" forum always went unnoticed to anyone outside of the Android/Windows Mobile/Windows Phone 7 hacking community. According to an article by The Business Insider, that is hardly the case. As it turns out, some business publications normally put up "the top xx on xx", which are basically small articles...

‘Mind-Bending’ Portal 2 Boot Animation

Now, don't think I'm being generalistic here, but chances are the majority of you are gamers, and quite avid one's at that. I love a good ol' game myself, especially on Steam. All of Valve's source games have been fantastic, from the release of the heroic Half-Life with Gordan Freeman to the mind-bending adventure, Portal....