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Top Stylish Accessories for the LG Ally

May 21st, 2011 No comments

The LG Ally has made its long awaited appearance in the Android sector. However, many consumers are looking for its accessories. Accessories are not just for protection but also for prolonging the life of the phone. Accessories are also great for bringing a bit of your personality to your communication device. With a wide selection of accessories that serve more than one function, consumers can get more value for their dollar.

Android phones made by LG have been circulating in parts of Asia and Europe for a little while now. However, the LG Ally has finally made its appearance with an impressive tempered glass 3.2-inch touch screen. Users also have the capability of adding haptic feedback. This feature causes the phone to vibrate as your touch registers on the screen. User will be able to customize up to five homepages, all with personal widgets and favorite page shortcuts. It also includes apps like Google Maps, Google Search and YouTube. Additional features that boost the phones functionality are speech to text recognition, visual voicemail and GPS navigation functions.

With such a large amount of features the LG Ally requires a specific set of accessories. Accessories that go beyond protection and into ease of use and more efficiency are essential. Accessories do not just add protection to the phone, but they also add some style to them as well. Accessories range from cases to car mounts. They provide a sense of style to go with your futuristic phone. Cases come in a variety of colors or leather to match mood, personality or attitude. It also sets you apart from other Android phone users.

LG Ally accessories gives users more cell phone life. Everyday use can wear down a phone’s appearance, efficiency and overall performance. Accessories are great for protecting the phone from damage caused from scuffs and scratches. It is also great at preventing damage to the screen from fingerprints or smudges. Protection is key to longer lasting cell phone life. If properly used accessories will prevent damage and sun exposure. However, they are also great at showing off your personality.

An LG Ally case comes in a variety of shades, which can be switched often. Cell phones can be used to showcase your personality, attract attention or to set trends. Using accessories such as colorful hard shell cases will give others something to talk about. Not only do they protect the phone in the event of accidental falls but also catch attention. Solid colors are always nice additions but LG has a line of custom designed cases that range from butterfly prints to skulls. They can be an expression of a user’s personal style. Snap on cases offer fast accessibility, while the Body Glove has a kickstand feature that allows the phone to sit upright on a flat surface. The case’s affordability makes it easy for consumers to buy several.

LG Ally screen protector serves many functions. Its primary function is to protect the touch screen. Some screen protector also serve as a privacy screen as well. Screen protectors can easily be applied and lifted for easy cleaning. It prevents glare to interfere with use with anti-gloss features. Outdoor usage can be difficult especially when the sun is shining brightly. Glare reduces visibility, which in turn reduces productivity. It can prevent pictures from being taken outdoors or cause spelling errors. Using a screen protector allows users to continue working whether the sun is out or not. It increases accuracy because users can still see what is on their screen. The benefits of using a screen protector are many, especially for individuals who spend lots of time using their LG Ally.

How to Stay Connected Socially with the LG Ally

March 4th, 2011 No comments

Almost every new phone released claims to be the best by trying to impress with specs. LG took a different tact with the Ally. Instead of making a high-priced device they made a budget-friendly phone with great social networking features. LG also ensured a great selection of LG Ally accessories, so we won’t have trouble personalizing or finding that perfect LG Ally case or LG Ally Screen protector. But today we’re going to focus on social networking. In this article, we present to you our choices for top social networking apps that take particular advantage of the LG Ally.

We’ll start with Facebook for Android. Yes, it’s obvious, but you just can’t have list of top social networking apps without mentioning it. Facebook is free, and it streamlines the experience for smart phones so there’s none of that fighting with a mobile Web browser. But when using Facebook from our phone, more often than not, we’ll be using AnyPost. AnyPost is a Ping.FM client that allows you to connect to more than thirty of the most popular social networks. Facebook for Android is great when you want to do something specific on Facebook, but AnyPost is where it’s at when you just want to network.

Bloo and Blabber are the next applications we will discuss. Both Bloo and Blabber are Facebook for Android alternatives. So why have three apps for Facebook? Well, you only need two, maybe one, and Facebook is nice to have when you want to perform some light Facebook work. But Bloo and Blabber should be your choice when you really want to go to town. Both integrate features such as push notifications, photo swipes, photo comments and so forth. So which one is right for you? MY best advice would be to try them both and then choose the one that you want to keep.

After our Facebook apps, we have Delicious, Digg and DroidIn. Delicious is a great app that offers us a place to join and tag all of our bookmarks. In other words, they will be stored online so that we can always have access to them. Digg needs no introduction. It’s the Android client for the popular Digg network, which lets you dig up and bury Web content.  DroidIn is the most sophisticated and powerful mobile client available for the LinkedIn network. Sure, you can connect via AnyPost, but you’ll want this too.

Lastly, we present Flickr Droid, Pingdroid and Reddit-is-fun. As the name suggests, Flickr Droid lets you access the Flickr picture service. This allows the customer to upload pictures, download pictures or just simply browse through them. Pingdroid is another Ping.FM tool. It’s not a replacement for AnyPost but if you’re a Ping.FM power user, Pingdroid provides some neat tools you’ll want to have on hand. Lastly, Reddit-is-fun is a client for Reddit that allows you to manage your account and submit links directly from your LG Ally.