Apple may be dominating the apps market, but other companies like Google, Nokia, Windows and BlackBerry do offer more variety. Two years ago, Apple dominated the applications industry but now other companies are catching up as well.
Locale for Androids lists a number of conditions which when met triggers phone tasks like turning on Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, turning up the volume or the display screen. Office 2010, from Windows is for anyone who requires Microsoft Office suite. SugarSync from BlackBerry allows users to keep in touch with their desktop computer at all times. WiFi Toggle on Android phones lets users switch their WiFi connectivity with just one click.
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