Hi, my name is Hac, and I’m a samsung Note 2 addict. At least I was. I loved so many things about it. I adored the connective typing, the predictive text, the way that I only had to send a phrase a couple of times and it learnt it. I used to be able to […]
If you've enjoyed reading this year, and have a few moments to spare, I'd love if you could click here or on the MADs badge over in the sidebar and nominate me. The family fun category would be lovely, though I'd be very happy with any nominations at all, and I'm especially grateful to whoever nominated me for blog of the year :) Thank you.
When I do phone reviews, I have a number of little tests I like to do. One of them is blogging from it. Right at the moment I’m trying google voice input which is surprisingly good. Can’t work out how you delete though. Now I’ve found the Swype equivalent. It’s called HTC trace and is […]
I think I may have mentioned in passing recently that I’ve been camping for two weeks without any access to power to recharge my much loved Smartphone. As you can imagine, this is a bit stressful for me. While I fully understand the idea that disconnecting from the internet can be good for you, it’s […]
Way back in spring this year I was thrilled to be invited to become a Lead Mummy blogger on Three‘s On the Go Mums campaign. I was given a phone and a mifi, went to London for the kickoff event, and then really enjoyed a morning with some bloggy and real life friends designing an […]
I barely seem to have sat down today! So here’s a quick stream of consciousness post about the main launch event for Three’s MumsOnTheGo yesterday, before I lose it all. I’ll probably miss lots out, and no doubt come back to pontificate further at various points, but here’s a first try anyway. First and foremost, […]
Neither had I, until I was sent an Nokia N8 from ThreeUK that already had Swype installed. Well, actually, it was a while after I was sent it that I figured it out, when the very nice man in the local carphonewarehouse shop showed me how it works. I’d gone in to check out the […]