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Sprint Unveils Sprint Music Plus App for Android Phones

Written on April 13, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Who needs the iTunes when you have the Sprint Music Plus app, right?

Can’t find the perfect replacement for the iTunes experience on your Sprint Android Phones? Despair no more (assuming that you are in despair), as Sprint releases the Sprint Music Plus app — the only app you might ever need for your musical indulgence which promises to work just like the Apple iTunes. Pretty sweet, huh?

You have two choices in getting the music app: First is by visiting the app’s site on your Sprint phone, or scanning the QR code for Android phones. BlackBerry and Java-featured phones will get the app on phones launched after May.

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DriveFirst App by Sprint Keeps You Driving

Written on March 24, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Hit the roads and not the hospital with Sprint's DriveFirst app.

Sprint has announced a new Android app at CTIA 2011 that makes sure people who are driving stays driving. DriveFirst, created by Location Labs, is an application that locks all of the phone functions when it senses that the vehicle is in motion. How will that happen? Well you’d best find out for yourself when it comes to your Google-powered Sprint mobile devices by the third quarter of the year. The app will cost $2-per-month, but what’s $2 when it comes to safety, right?

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Could the Mysterious HTC Shooter Sprint Phone be the EVO 3D?

Written on March 17, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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A hint of Android Gingerbread, a cup of dual-core CPU, added with a teaspoon of qHD screen; looks like HTC is cooking something big. Perhaps it's the EVO 3D?

It’s been awhile since we last heard of Sprint’s EVO 3D phone, but a GLBenchmark database report may give us a little light on the matter as it reveals a mysterious high-end phone from Taiwan, the HTC Shooter. The data unveils that the HTC phone is equipped with a 960×540 resolution qHD display and currently runs on Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread. Also known as model number PG86100, it carries an Adreno 220 GPU which will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon. With this much power, could it be the EVO 3D phone or could it be something else? CTIA 2011 is coming next week, so maybe we can gather more information by then.

Hit the break to view the full GLBenchmark database report!

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