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by Adam Marks
Nov 18, 2010
So you have finished all the levels on Angry Birds, have all your feeds set up in DrPodder and spent the better part of a week setting up Mode Switcher just right, but now it's time for you to swap...
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by Adam Marks
Oct 22, 2010
Welcome to "Homebrew Week" for PreCentral's Tip of the day. We will be focusing on some simple Homebrew apps, patches or hacks that will help you add some key functionality to your phone. No...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Oct 19, 2010
Welcome to "Homebrew Week" for PreCentral's Tip of the day. We will be focusing on some simple Homebrew apps, patches or hacks that will help you add some key functionality to your phone. No...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Oct 18, 2010
Welcome to "Homebrew Week" for PreCentral's Tip of the day. We will be focusing on some simple Homebrew apps, patches or hacks that will help you add some key functionality to your phone. No...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Oct 12, 2010
Would you like to keep track of the new apps in the App Catalog without having to open up the App Catalog every day? You can look through PreCentral's own App Gallery, Preware, or the variety of...
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by Adam Marks
Sep 08, 2010
Back in April, we reported on a new app that was just hitting the WebOS-Internal’s testing feed called Save/Restore. The app was designed to help you restore all of your applications' saved...
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by Robert Werlinger
Sep 05, 2010
The latest update of Preware (now at version 1.3.6)  allows users to install an application directly from a web URL, email attachment, or even from a file stored locally on the device itself.  ...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 26, 2010
It’s been in testing for several weeks, but now the unsuspecting public can get a taste of what 1GHz overclocking feels like on a Palm Pre. In short, it’s blazingly fast, even notably so over...
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by Adam Marks
Aug 25, 2010
Have you even been searching the App Catalog and wondered what was the total file size of a given apps, or when it was last updated? If you go to any app within the App Catalog, you can actually tap...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Aug 23, 2010
We have written before about Navit, the open-source standalone mapping and navigation software (with voice prompts in multiple languages) that has been ported to webOS. Previously, it had only...