Desktoptwo is a web-based desktop that mimics the look, feel and functionality of a local computer...
all contained within one browser window... and fully accessible from anywhere as long as you have an Internet connection.
- Email - Import all your accounts into your web mail
- Instant Messenger - Compatible with other services
- Hard Drive - Save, backup or share your files and access them from anywhere
- Address book - Search and exchange addresses, even with users of other systems
- Blog creator - Let the world know about you and even include music and pictures from Desktoptwo onto your blog
- Message Boards - Talk to other users about anything and everything
- Internal and external search - Find that message from months ago
- Office productivity programs - word processor, spreadsheet and presentation programs, including online document collaboration with other users
- MP3 player - Store and play your favorite tunes from anywhere
- And much more...
You can create groups in Apple Address Book so you can find your contacts easier and sync your address book with your iPhone. view it
If you want, you can add a picture to associate with each of your Android contacts. We'll show you how in this tutorial. view it
We look at the email and messaging options that you have included with your Samsung Galaxy Tab. view it
We show you how to use the Kindle's experimental features like the built-in browser and MP3 player functionality view it
You likely already have a number of contacts in your Android phone, but you'd be amazed at the amount of information you can add to their contact sheet. view it
To connect to your PC from your Android phone you can use LogMeIn Ignition! view it
Linking to relevant documents, spreadsheets and presentations in Google Docs view it