ABC Amber BlackBerry Converter is a handy tool too convert data stored on your BlackBerry into a format that’s easier to view on a desktop computer. The program converts from IPD or BBB BlackBerry backup files to a range of popular formats, including PDF, HTML, XLS, TXT, and CSV (full list below). ABC Amber BlackBerry Converter quickly extracts all the data from the backup file, displaying the various kinds of data in the side panel, including messages, contacts, call logs, calendar entries and much, much more. Click on any of these items and the records will be shown in the main panel. Then simply mark the file type you want to export to from the list and save. ABC Amber BlackBerry Converter features a range of advanced options. For instance, you can choose to generate contents with bookmarks for certain file types, tweak PDF export settings, and adjust the font style of output text files. The interface in ABC Amber BlackBerry Converter isn’t the most attractive I’ve seen. The menu icons are far too small, and the fields shown in the tab bar can’t be customized.
YouWave is a program that emulates the Android operating system on your mobile phone. Much like BlueStacks App Player, YouWave lets you try out Android applications and games on your PC in a way that lets you see exactly how they would look and play on an Android phone. YouWave simulates everything on the Android interface, like even the touchpad. In addition, YouWave offers Android 2.3 compatibility and also simulates an SD card. You can run games and even play multiplayer games online via YouWave.
Installation and ConfigurationFirst, you’ll need to uninstall it if you have VirtualBox installed on your PC, you’ll need to uninstall it before installing YouWave. The installation process for YouWave works like any other program and is relatively simple. Just follow the install wizard prompts and you’ll be good to go in no time.
LG PC Suite software is a one-stop shop for managing everything on your LG mobile phone. There are third party software developers like Moborobodeveloping programs to manage Android phones but its nice to see phone manufacturers building apps specific for their own phones. The LG PC Suite makes it easy to manage data on your LG phone by offering USB and Bluetooth connectivity, called Air Sync. While Bluetooth gives you the flexibility to go wireless, USB will be faster for transferring data. Users of the LG PC Suite will have to create an account with LG for syncing with their servers to keep your basic data safe. The LG PC Suite has the ability to back up your contacts, calendar, notes, photos, music and more, making it a very capable back up system for LG phones.
The Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center enables you to set up new partnerships, synchronize content and manage music, pictures and video with Windows Mobile powered devices (Windows Mobile 2003 or later). The Windows Mobile Device Center combines an efficient business-data synchronization platform with a compelling user experience. Windows Mobile Device Center helps you to quickly set up new partnerships, synchronize business-critical information such as e-mail, contacts and calendar appointments, easily manage your synchronization settings, and transfer business documents between your device and PC. The Windows Mobile Device Center simplifies managing media between your Windows Mobile powered device and your PC. With the picture acquisition wizard, you can easily tag and transfer all of the pictures from your Windows Mobile powered device to your PC’s Windows Photo Gallery.
Both the iPhone and iPod Touch are great tools to have your favorite music and videos always with you, but what if you also want to carry files or documents? The solution is then DiskAid, a simple tool that lets you manage the contents of your Apple device as if it was just another removable drive plugged into your computer. DiskAid doesn’t require any special drives or difficult configuration at all; just connect the iPhone or iPod Touch to the PC and you’re good to go. DiskAid lets you browse the contents of the device in a neatly organized folder structure, drag and drop these contents to and from the PC and also perform some file management tasks like creating new folders or renaming others.