Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category

Gubb – Online List Maker

master_page.pngIf you are a list maker, GTD’er (Getting Things Done), collaborator,planner, mobile worker, shopper,teacher, bride, or a mom then you will find Gubb as one of the most useful online applications there are. “Gubb is a free web-based application with an easy-to-use interface that enables you to create, manage and share an unlimited number of lists.” It lets you do your daily lists with a click of a button. It’s even better then writing lists yourself.

Few of the features it offers to its users are:master_page_options.png

  • Picking colors or each note
  • Crossing items off on the list
  • Printing your lists
  • Gubb on your mobile,
  • Easily add items to your lists through your email
  • Move and hide your lists.
  • Designed for comfort to your eyes.


…and so many more highly usable features for your convenience. Gubb is recommended by many well know services, including Lifehacker and USA Today. I think it’s one of the best applications for getting things done and better productivity. Also. there is no installation, just a simple registration for a profile of your lists.


Find the Lowest Gas Price in Your Area

The gas prices are going up and down every 5 minutes. To keep up with their current prices as well as to find the lowest price possible, I listed few sites to help you with your search and save money. Here is the list:

GasBuddy– GasBuddy lets you search the entire United States as well as Canada for gas prices by you zip code or State/Providence.


GWP – Gas Watch Price is a service that offers the same map looking for lowest gas prices, but it lets mobile users download the gas watch price program for their mobile, so you can look for them on the go.

MSN– MSN Local Gas Prices lets you view the gas stations around you by entering your zip code. It lets you know what is the lowest, average, and highest price. Also, it gives you the address of each gas stations so you can find them.


MapQuest – It is similar to the other services, but it also has a gas price calculator that lets you figure out how much money you will be spending on gas if you are taking trips or for your regular commute.

FuelEconomy – Another similar service, but it’s ran by the government.

The New iPhone Nano

I personally don’t think it is a smart move to have the new product of the iPhone Nano. It has half the space, no internet, and obviously a smaller screen size since it is a Nano. It’s a bad move on Apple’s side with this product, since the no internet feature will kill it. How do you guys feel about this?

TeleFlip: Send Emails to Your Cell

TeleFlip is a free service that allows a you to send emails to your phone regardless of what model or make it is. It does not have to be a Berry or an expensive one to be able to do this. It is currently for US and Canada users and text messaging fees may apply depending on your phone package.

All you have to do after you register (yes you have to register) is enter your cell phone number, email address, and you email password so the emails will be forwarded to your mobile. They guaranteed that your information will be safe, and the password will be entered only once.

TeleFlip features:

  1. Reply to your emails from mobile phone.
  2. Auto-forward emails from your email accounts to your cell phone as a text
  3. Turn TeleFlip service on/off whenever you like.
  4. Keep a copy of forwarded emails in your inbox as usual.
  5. Free and easy-to setup: No downloads, No special phone, No software to install.