We recently rounded up the best ways to sync files, web pages and generally everything else between your main computer and an Android or iPhone. One enthusiastic Palm webOS user took it upon themselves to write up a counterpart guide.
Image via PreCentral.net.
As part of a series dubbed “Hey, LifeHacker! More mobile OSes exist!”, the Zhephree blog follows the same structure as our previous posts, giving you two-way tools (Dropbox client Dropboxify, file and media-streaming service ZumoDrive), reading clients like SpareTime, a bookmarklet-powered Chrome-to-Phone-type app called neato!, and many more great picks.
Ed. note: For the record, we’re “aware” of Palm, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile, and have covered apps and tips for those phones in the past. Over time, though, our editors have gravitated toward owning iOS and Android devices as their personal phones, and it is also, to be sure, where more people are heading into. Not to say we don’t like to see great posts like this to provide some needed balance (and the Oz ed points out that he’s a BlackBerry user). Thanks for the tip, Eric!