It looks cool and fun at first but after flicking through the site, it tends to feel a little cluttered. You can use both mouse or keyboard directionary keys to navigate but we were surprised that the mouse scroll wheel doesn’t work with their pages. As Tune Talk subscribers ourselves, we are also having problems locating the self care to check our account details and usage. Anyone managed to find it?
Website aside, Tune Talk is probably the country’s simplest mobile prepaid SIM plan with its fixed rate of 16sen/minute for calls, 5 sen per SMS and the first to offer 5sen per MB for prepaid mobile data.
Now they are giving free sim card with delivery if you purchase one with a minimum top up of RM30.
For more details, visit their newly revamped website here.
Google has just released Google Docs app for Android platform which makes it easy to manage your docs stored online. The app however still relies heavily on data as the editing and viewing is still done on the net. Each time you open or edit a document or spreadsheet, it launches the online editor which runs on its built-in browser.
Some of the key features is having the ability to upload most office documents directly from your phone and it even lets you create documents with your camera or a taken image. According to Google, there’s an optical character recognition (OCR) feature which converts photos taken of documents into text format. When we tried, we couldn’t get it to work and according to Google it only works for certain fonts. This OCR feature is expected to improve further over time and we think this will be a convenient way to copy text from printed materials.
To make things easier, the app also comes with widgets which lets you view your latest document listings or take a photo document from your Android home screen. Google Docs for Android is currently available for Android 2.1 and above.
You can download it directly from the market here.
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