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Pretty Cool, it is great to have all this information at hand all the time. We always carry our phone everywhere so when I need to take a challenging photo I'll just check my phone for hints and settings. Usefull little app indeed.
It's unfortunate but just like Palm back then, I had to move on for what I need my device to do in business but personal as well. I don't like carrying 2 devices, dealing with syncing between apps and other issues.
We always carry our phone everywhere so when I need to take a challenging photo I'll just check my phone for hints www.islamicnet.com
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