Kisai Labs, makers of the popular Blaq twitter client for Playbook has announced another great app for sharing files between tablet and desktop. Cloudee is a could-based storage app for text notes, screenshots, bookmarks, images, audio, video and files.
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Just when we thought RIM was just rehashing the same old promises at Lotusphere, it turns out they’re previewing a BlackBerry Client for Lotus Connections. Lotus Connections is social software for business, kind of like an enterprise Facebook. It lets you share bookmarks, set up profiles, and organize projects and communities, but for now the handheld will just let you access profiles and shared bookmarks. Still, it’s some pretty impressive software, and anyone cruising around Lotusphere today or tomorrow should swing by booth 516 to check out the new app in action. For more info, head over here.
PhoneFavs just launched yesterday, letting you access imported del.icio.us, Internet Explorer and Firefox bookmarks from whatever mobile you happen to be browsing on. Besides that, PhoneFavs also offers a really cool option to pare down any website for easy mobile viewing – just check out what BBCool would look like when churned through their wonderful mobilization machine. Even if you don’t feel like going through the trouble of getting all of your faves onto PhoneFavs, they’ve amalgamated a bunch of top-notch, mobile-ready sites like Hotmail, Digg, Wikipedia, BBC and more. Check it out at http://phonefavs.com/.
The second round of Opera Mini 4′s beta has finished, and now we’re on to number three. The biggest feature of this release is bookmark syncing with your desktop browser using Opera Link. Although you have to use the Opera desktop browser in order to populate Link, once everything is uploaded, you can access your saved bookmarks from their web site. It’s a pretty cool feature, and you can get something similar on Firefox (minus mobile syncing) with this little add-on.