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Collect data on your mobile phone and send it back to a laptop or other computer.
Who's it for; Episurveyor is designed for organisations wishing to undertake surveys in the communities they work with. It was originally designed for organisations working in the health field.
Investment required; EpiSurveyor has both free and paid versions; the free version, used by 99% of users, is subsidized by paid subscriptions.
Login to your favourite instant messaging application and make VOIP calls on your mobile.
Who's it for: Gizmo is designed for personal use but could be useful for an organisation with geographically dispersed staff in different countries wanting to use VOIP or instant messaging for internal communications.
Publish your multimedia content on the internet directly from your mobile phone.
Who's it for: Shozu is designed for individual users but could be used by an organisation wishing to keep their blog updated with dynamic updates from events.
Use Skype, or your favourite instant messaging application on your mobile phone.
Who's it for: Fring is designed for personal use but could be useful for an organisation with geographically dispersed staff in different countries wanting to use VOIP or instant messaging for internal communications.
Submitted by amir on Thu, 09/04/2008 - 14:47.
Applications such as Shozu will allow you to publish and share multimedia content, such as photos, from your phone onto websites such as blogs, social networking or photo sharing sites. Some applications are used for communications: Gizmo or Fring allow you to access your instant messaging or Skype account to send text or voice messages.