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The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 Boasts A Music Player App

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 features a Music Player app in addition to both a music download, and a track recognition application allowing you to constantly enjoy and add more music to your handset as you go. The phone also features an impressive 3 inch touch display with simple touch parameters for control.

The device has a 3.2 megapixel camera which allows you to chapter special moments as photos, or by recording videos, which can both then be shared with friends via the integrated social networks Facebook or Twitter. You can also take advantage of the handsets Send To Web option, which enables you to send photos and videos direct to a personal blog or website too. Photos and videos can also be enjoyed on the handset 3 inch capacitive touch screen with HVGA resolution, and you have microSD card expandable memory, meaning there is always room for endless multimedia to be made.

The Xperia X8 has an Assisted GPS receiver, which allows it to provide useful location based services, such as Geotagging for photos and videos. When you create a photo or video image, the location from which you took it is recorded as file data, which can be helpful, particularly when uploading to certain sharing websites or desktop applications. Additionally, the GPS provisions allow for maps and directions to be provided by the preinstalled Google Maps; while the WisePilot application (also preloaded), offers full turn by turn navigation by foot or car.

The phone has great connectivity with a USB connector offering USB support and syncing, along with USB mass storage which allows you to upload multiple files instantly to a PC, allowing you to then reuse the freed memory on the handset itself. There is also Bluetooth for close range wireless file sharing, as well as audio sharing with the A2DP profile which allows you to connect the phone to a stereo headset, or stereo system for wireless audio. Alternatively, there is also a standard 3.5mm AV connector for headphones present. This is all needed for the Music Player app which offers playlists and other easy features to help you find and enjoy your music, in addition to the integrated FM radio with RDS support.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 has a compact design featuring a small, yet highly capable 3 inch touch screen with touch control and onscreen keyboards for text input. The phone features an impressive array of entertainment features, alongside useful GPS services and a 3.2 megapixel camera afro video recording and photo capture.

Hands Free Music On Your Ios Device With Tango Remote App

Apple’s iOS devices are, among other things, great digital music players. The built-in iPad app lets users browse music, podcasts and audio books without difficulty. That’s great until your music isn’t on the device that’s nearby. Or, if you want to have hands-free music from an iPod, iPhone or iPod touch that’s attached to a stereo or set of powered speakers. The Tango remote links the two devices on wireless network and acts as the music source and remote separately.

It’s simple to set up, simple to utilize and effective. Here’s how to get started. First, set up Tango Remote on both devices by navigating to the App Store and probing for Tango Remote. Next, you must set one device as set as the “Source,” which will play its on-board music, while the other is the remote. For example, you may hook up an iPad to your stereo system while holding back the pocket-sized iPhone with you. You can use the remote with the iPad and connect the iPhone to stereo. Since Tango Remote is wide spread, it looks great on all iOS devices.

Setup the source device
Now, that Tango Remote is installed, let’s set up the source device. First, initiate Tango Remote. Next, tap the Music Player button when prompted. Tango Remote will scrutinize the device for stored music, podcast and audio books in use by the iPod app. The scan could take few moments depending on the collection available with the music library. Finally, attach it to a stereo or pair of powered speakers and you’re set to go.

Set up the remote device
Next fix the device for remote. The first step is to make sure that both the source and the remote are on the similar Wi-Fi network. Launch Tango Remote and tap the Remote Control button.It will initiate looking for the source device and let you know after it has found it. Simply tap the source device’s name (“Joe’s iPhone,” for example) From there you’ll see all of the play-lists on the source device. Click anyone to resume music and control through the remote.

Certainly, the remote does more than play, break, jump and skip. When a song is playing, you can view the album art and flip it over to see other tracks on that album. Also, browse by song, artist, album or genre. For any type of break tap the built-in function to resume.

Additional options
Finally, check out the other settings by tapping the gear icon. You will find pops with new menu and its options. You can turn on a shake to hop to the next song (probably best with an iPhone or iPod touch), toggle playback controls on or off and enable an option to play your play-lists back-to-back. Moreover, you can access Facebook, make email to developer and friends.

Tango Remote is a simple and effective way to benefit from the music on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. The device works as a digital radio station while making you feel like a DJ. Fixing takes only minutes and is simple. Because it works over Wi-Fi, you won’t experience latency or lag. Summarily, it just works!

Check out Tango Remote and benefit from the “music in your pocket” in a whole new way.