Games And More With The HTC 7 Pro

Today’s mobile phones are not only about making phone calls or sending SMS messages. You can actually do more with mobile phones of today. This is most especially true with the new HTC 7 Pro.

Yes, if you are after things that you can actually do with your mobile phone, then the HTC 7 Pro is the one for you. Now, let us talk about Games and other stuff that you will enjoy with this new phone from HTC.

If you are sick and tired of carrying a different handheld game console with you all the time, then this mobile phone is perfect for you. This is because the Windows Phone 7 Game Hub will bring you new and exciting gaming experience that no other phone has ever given you. It comes with hundreds of titles from the famous Xbox LIVE Microsoft Game Studios, and not to mention other leading game publishers as well.

If you are a big fan of Xbox Live, then you can simply enjoy the power of the said famous game console in the palm of your hand. You can easily play with your friends, beat each others scores, share scores, or simply earn recognition for your every gaming achievement. You can also access your Xbox LIVE profile anytime and be able to take your 3D Avatar and props with you all the time while only using your HTC 7 Pro. You can now enjoy your favorite games like Fruit Ninja, Guitar Hero 5, Deal or No Deal, Assassins’ Creed, Halo and a whole lot more.

The HTC 7 Pro will also allow you to personalize your phone to your hearts’ content. Yes, you can easily personalize your handset with games, apps and music via the Marketplace Hub. This handset will also allow you to view games and feature apps or even browse for the things that you want. Reading and accessing reviews, screen shots, ratings, related content and others on the apps detail page is also possible.

Truly, there are lots of things that you can enjoy (May it be games or other apps) with the new HTC 7 Pro.

A New Way of How to Make Apps and Games And Make Big Money Without the Experience

One of the most burgeoning markets out there today is in software design, more specifically in the app and game market for downloads, web based, and mobile phone/smart phones.

Angry Birds moved over 50 million units across all of these different platforms since it first came out just over a year ago in December of 2009! The people behind that game are now multi-millionaires in download revenue for their game, and a lot of people are starting to jump on this bandwagon and are using a new simplified method of how to make apps and games.

Games like FarmVille and Angry Birds are simple in design but are massively popular. This is because it seems like everyone has a smartphone these days or if they’re home they’re online and much of this time is spent playing these games or using helpful apps to make things easier. This easy to make software is extremely popular and is selling well as the iPhone Apps store alone is nearing it’s 10 billionth download.

People are taking smart ideas for games and useful apps and turning them into huge paydays without a background in programming. Instead, they’re outsourcing the programming itself to freelance programmers for cheap so that all they need to have is an idea to see their software become a money making reality.

Once the software is made, it’s just a matter of effectively promoting it and putting it in front of the eyes of your audience. If your software is unique and good enough then it will go viral.

Property Management Going Mobile: Mobile Websites and Apps “Must-Haves” Now?

I was out to dinner the other night in Uptown Charlotte and saw the typical 21st century young, urban couple. They were dressed stylishly, moved with grace, were good-looking, and barely talked or looked at each other the entire time I saw them at the restaurant. Were they:

A. In a fight?
B. Shy mutes?
C. Engrossed with their mobile phones?

Of course, and sadly, the most probable answer in today’s world is C. I have a difficult time with this! I want to say, “Buddy, wake up! You’re with a good-looking woman; I can’t believe I have to tell you to look up and talk to her, instead of texting your friend, Chuck! What’s wrong with you?”

So, being a grown man, I had to decide whether to cry about this newer phenomenon or accept it. After some internal wrangling, I’m happy to report that my righteous indignation has passed and I’ve accepted this digitally-inspired apathy towards fellow humans as the “new normal”. So what does this consumer love affair with mobile phones mean to property managers?

It means we better get in the game in the mobile realm. Regular websites have worked really well for a while, but change has come again. New renters are going to want to use their smart phones to search for rentals near them (aided by GPS), fill out rental applications, pay application fees, and put down deposits. They want the whole rental process available from their mobile phones.

What specifically does this mean? It means we better have mobile websites that allow them to do this; the mobile websites need to include only succinct information potential renters would want when on the go. It also means we need a mobile application (a custom company “app”) that customers can put on their devices so we own some real estate on their phones. Trends show that home internet connections are on the way of landline phones; the new battleground is the mobile phone. We need to be on as many as possible.

A mobile website is critical when consumers search for property management companies from their smart phones. Will yours come up? If it does, can consumers easily find rental homes, contact you (even text you!), and do everything you want them to do (like they can when you see them in your office or when they are in front of their home computer?)

An app is critical to sealing the relationship with customers. How can they remember you when they are on their mobile phones? Your app (with your company logo) sitting with the rest of the apps they use everyday is a good start. This is a good way to build mindshare and also to make it easy for your customers to contact you and refer you to their friends. Not an apps believer? Apps are set to be a $36B business by 2015- a lot of people use them and will be using them!

Change is hard, but the mobile revolution is not going away. If making a property management company last long term is the goal, mobile websites and apps are now “must-haves”!