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Moshi for iPad
  • By Aldo Panessidi


    Apple has a new iPhone app called SayHi designed to translate a user’s spoken words into one of 33 different languages and dialects. SayHi was made available in Apple’s App Store a couple of weeks ago and has already reached the No.1 business app spot. It seems that the program does live up to expectations. It’s getting great reviews, with an average four and a half star rating from more than 1,600 users.


    Apple SayHi Translate App


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    A couple of minor problem have been noticed but nothing that interferes with SayHi’s teaching abilities. SayHi is available for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later. Buy it for $0.99 in Apple’s App Store.


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    This post was posted in Apple, New Releases and was tagged with translation app, apple translation, sayhi, Apps, Apple Store, Apple apps

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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    Ah the Super Bowl – the height of both gridiron and consumerism competition. The game pits the top two football teams in the United States against one another - while advertisers bring out the big guns and vie for the attention of the millions of congregated viewers.


    Samsung Super Bowl - Next Big Thing


    While the  New York Giants battled it out with the New England Patriots, Samsung decided to take the offensive against Apple with a string of anti-Apple advertisements. The crowning moments was a 90-second commercial that cost a cool $10 million to snag the airtime.  The following video is the Samsung's actual Apple bashing commercial aired during the Super Bowl.



    The ad series pitches Samsung as the “cool” alternative to Apple’s iPhone; the Super Bowl commercial promoted their upcoming smartphone launch, the Galaxy Note, which will available at AT&T later this month.   This device is also available as an unlocked cell phone, empower consumers with the freedom to choose the right carrier with the right service at the right price.


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    The premise of the 90 second clip is a scene of the now infamous Apple Store line where customers are waiting to buy the latest Apple device.  “I believe in a thing called love” is the soundtrack and the grey scene is brought to life in the form of a block party with Samsung Galaxy Note devices falling from the sky like manna.


    As the poster child of Android, Samsung is in a great position to compete with Apple. With its own line of Galaxy tablets, apps, and accessories, the South Korean vendor has converted its fair share of customers. These ads will certainly amp up interest in the upcoming launch which will be augmented with the Mobile World Conference this month where the best in docking stations, speakers, and other peripheral devices including glider gloves will help win over those consumers on the fence.




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