Applications and technology of the month

by | May 10, 2011 | jahlberg

Gwabbit ( – The tool is not free but it pays for itself quickly if you need to add a lot of contacts to your Outlook on a regular basis. Wouldn’t it be great if you could click on someone’s signature in their email and have it create an Outlook Contact? You can do just that with Gwabbit.

LinkeIn for Android – Available in the Android market, you can now access your LinkedIn account and information on your Android device. It works great and covers all of the most used features. This comes in very handy when meeting with some new so you can look up their profile picture and critical information about them. Also an easy way to lookup and share contact information with someone.

Amazon Appstore for Android – The Android Market is not the only game in town for easily downloading and installing apps on your Android device. This appstore also has the bonus of doing a deal of the day and getting a free app every day. So far I’ve gotten some great paid apps for free.





John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.


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