I’ll start with a little background.
Mediafly lets you subscribe to various podcasts from around the Interweb straight from your device, no need to hook it up to a computer, all updates are over the air, it can play video and audio. It downloads and lets you stream shows. It even remembers the position for every episode you start (almost). Heaven! or so I thought…
If you have been following me on Twitter or read any previous article I wrote about consuming media on my Android phone you’ll know that Ive been looking for that great app that will let me listen to my podcasts (and hopefully my music but lets not go there) with as little hassle as possible.
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A few weeks ago I wrote about how to get Froyo (Android 2.2) for your Samsung Galaxy S even if you’re outside of Nordic countries and Kies doesn’t let you upgrade.
The article explained how to trick the Samsung application into thinking your phone is from the Nordic variety by changing some registry values. I believe that Samsung already blocked this approach on their servers a while ago but its not important because for most countries the official version of Froyo is out.
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About a month has gone by since I received my Galaxy S, the flagship Android phone by Samsung.
I think its time to share my thoughts and initial impressions about it and list the first apps that have found their way onto my phone.
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