Android App and Product Review: Amazon Prime Music

Android App and Product Review: Amazon Prime Music

Amazon Prime Music is available for Prime subscribers. The new app and music service might replace those other more costly streaming services.

An Open Letter to Amazon

An Open Letter to Amazon

Amazon Prime is one of the greatest creations on this planet. Next to many of the life-sustaining substances, automobiles, airplanes, the internet, space flight, Android OS, and probably a million other things, Amazon Prime has a place in the trophy case. Amazon Prime is perfect in every sense of creation, except for one thing. So, here’s…

Amazon Prime and Play Movies and Netflix and Chromecast equal a Match Made in Heaven

Amazon Prime and Play Movies and Netflix and Chromecast equal a Match Made in Heaven

Someone recently commented to me that because of streaming media options, you can really ditch your cable or satellite service. His primary reason for ditching was cost, roughly $90 per year for Amazon Prime and Netflix versus $100+ per month for satellite. My friend is slow to the game. We ditched our satellite over a…

How-to: Link Your Tablet to Your TV

How-to: Link Your Tablet to Your TV

Cory is a small town lawyer in Oklahoma. I’m going to respect (and minimize) some embarrassment by just giving his first name. Although Cory’s a bit embarrassed because of his basic question, recently he asked me to explain how I get my stuff from my tablet to the television. Cory’s question is basic, but it’s…

Amazon Prime for $7.99

Amazon Prime for $7.99

Amazon is betting that you’re willing to upgrade to Prime, it’s now offering the Prime service for $7.99 per month. I’m a Prime member, which I love. You get access to movies, free or discounted shipping, and . . . well, that’s about it. If I had a Kindle device (I don’t/won’t because I have…

Amazon Kindle and the Android Attorney

I LOVE the Amazon Kindle app. I know, it's shocking given my lustful praise for all things Google. The Kindle app is head-and-shoulders above Google Books, although Google Books is catching up. I love being able to relax and read something of interest (currently it's Nothing to Envy by Barbara Demick). Here are a few…