App Rapport du Jour: Hulu Plus adds Droid Bionic + More, PocketCloud, SugarSync, Twitter & iPad Harmony Link
- Hulu Plus premium video viewing app now supports the Droid Incredible, HTC EVO 3D, HTC Sensation 4G, Motorola Droid 3, Droid Bionic, Motorola X2, LG Revolution, LG G2X and HTC Flyer.
- Wyse Updates Cloud App Pocket Cloud 2.2. Wyse is releasing a new version of its service today. It lets smartphones and tablet control your PC from your mobile device. Wyse PocketCloud uses customers’ existing storage on their Mac, PC and virtual desktops rather than storing files on third-party servers, providing a less expensive and more secure peer-to-peer experience. Wyse’s personal cloud is approximately 88% less than traditional cloud services, at only $1 per month to access all of your storage.
- SugarSync for iOS and SugarSync for Android apps have new features that include a built-in simple text editor and new functionality for increased productivity in the iOS app, and the introduction of Mobile Device Management capabilities for Android devices. They claim it is the easiest way to get files from your computer to your Android phones and tablets.
- SMS Photos to Twitter. You can share photos on Twitter, by attaching a photo to the message. It works on AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Cellular South in the US.
- Logitech unveiled Logitech Harmony Link, a small device designed to fit in next to your TV and media electronics and communicate over Wi-Fi with the free Logitech Harmony Link App for iPad. After setup, the Logitech Harmony Link and the Logitech Harmony Link App work together to let iPad users browse a personalized schedule of their favorite shows, channels and genres to find something good to watch and – with one touch – turn on all the right devices and tune to the right channel.