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Turn Apple Magic Trackpad into a keyboard with Magic FrogPad

Posted: 04 Oct 2011 08:16 AM PDT


Apple Magic Trackpad is a useful accessory for your Mac, but did you know that you could use Apple Magic Trackpad as a keyboard replacement? In case you want to turn your Magic Trackpad into a keyboard, FrogPad might have the right thing for you.

Developed by FrogPad, Magic FrogPad turns your Apple Magic Trackped into a compact keyboard with ease. In order to use FrogPad, you just need to place it over your Magic Trackped, and install the following software and you're good to go. As for Magic FrogPad, it's made for both right-handed and left-handed people, and it is used with a single hand, but it will probably take you a while to adjust to its layout, since it doesn't come with QWERTY layout. If you ever get tired from typing, you can toggle the keyboard mode off with a single swipe, and use your Magic FrogPad as a regular Trackpad.

As for the price, Magic FrogPad is priced at $129.00, and for that price you'll get Apple Magic Trackpad and software in a bundle. Of course, you can get just the Trackpad clings for $14.99, if you already have Apple Magic Trackpad.



Tango: One of the most popular video calling apps for iOS and Android is now available on PC

Posted: 03 Oct 2011 09:50 AM PDT

Although Skype might be the leading VoIP service, that doesn't mean that aren't decent competitors on the market. One of those competitors is Tango, and speaking of which, Tango has just introduced some new additions to its service.

In case you don't know, Tango is a cross-platform video calling service for iOS and Android that was launched last year, and now, Tango has more than 23 millions of users in 190 countries all over the world, and in order to expand the number of its users, Tango decided to release a PC version of this popular application. Now people can use Tango on their PC, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and hundreds of Android phones and tablets. After downloading the PC client, you'll be greeted with a smartphone-like user interface, and if you already have a Tango app on your phone, you just need to enter your phone number during the account creation process and the app will sync with your mobile app and transfer all of your contacts.

Tango has a lot to offer to its users, and we'll probably see more additions in near future. If you want to try Tango out, you can download it from App Store, Android Market or from the developer's website.


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