I’ve been waiting years for this type of shared data plan, and is yet one more reason I’ll be switching to Verizon when my AT&T contract expires. This is going to save me a fair bit each month, and make it far easier for me to build my mobile device arsenal. You can get more info here.
Binary Nights is having an amazing sale on the Mac App Store of their excellent file manager/remote file client, ForkLift2, for only 99 cents. Considering that the app usually goes for $29.99, it is definitely worth picking up while on sale. You can find it here.
This is a visualization of the plethora of Android devices available. This level of device fragmentation is why developing for Android continues to scare me and why testing for reliability on all of these different pieces of hardware is an unwieldy and unmanageable problem. However, my bigger fears come from the bevy of OS versions in the market.
I’m incredibly impressed by the new Rdio design, and think it is far more usable, intuitive, and elegant than Spotify. While the redesign was introduced at SXSW, it just went live for all users.
I don’t currently use any streaming music service, since my collection is a bit too obscure to get full coverage (Rdio only gets ~60%). However, if I was to take the plunge, I’d definitely go with Rdio.