Entries tagged with ‘iPhone’

7 Random, Useful, and Free iPhone Apps

1. RunKeeper RunKeeper is similar to Nike+, designed for keeping track of workout distances. However, while previously offered as ‘pro’ and ‘free’ versions, the developer now includes all the features in one free app.┬áThis allows users to utilize the iPhone’s GPS capabilities to track jogging and cycling routes, and examine mapping and details of your […]

iPhone – Apple Mobile Mail

If you have Apple’s iPhone, you should take advantage of the Mail application that allows you to send and receive mail on your phone. This application can hold several e-mail accounts, such as your Gustavus e-mail and a Yahoo-email account, for example. To utilize the Mail application on your iPhone, simply follow this this Apple […]

Have a smartphone? Tips for checking your Gustavus e-mail.

Smartphones are becoming a popular choice for cell phone users these days because of the many things that they can do. One of those things is checking e-mail from your cell phone or other mobile device. Some of the smartphone options out there right now are the Blackberry, HTC Hero, Droid, G1, myTouch, Nexus One, […]

Google Calendar Gets Offline Mode, Docs Attachments, and iPhone and Windows Mobile Sync

Kyle Chambers in the Psychology department kindly writes in with news that Google Calendar recently added a couple of valuable features–offline access and Google Document attachments. Offline Calendar From Google’s FAQ about offline calendar: Calendar keeps you on time, even when you’re not online. Offline Calendar allows you to access your events through your browser […]