For Windows 8 Google has not shown any interest to offer any keen Gmail Client for Windows 8. And the users running Windows 8 on touch devices must be anticipating for Google to provide them such an app. For those clients there is an unofficial Gmail App, Gmail Touch available for touch devices running Windows 8
There was a time when using Android apps on Windows Operating System was a thought only. But now it does not remain just as a thought only as over about a few months there are number of applications released to install and run Android Apps on Windows. And the good thing about these apps is that you don’t need to install virtualization software.
You might have heard of MediaMonkey. If not, it is a popular media management software, and Windows 8 users who were waiting for its release for their newer operating system have not to wait any more. It is now available for Windows 8 and Windows RT. You can now install it from the official Windows Store.
Most of the users out there now use cloud storage service to store their files online. This is a pretty convenient way to save your files and it’s easy to use too. There are a number of cloud storage services available around like Google Drive and Dropbox, and Cloudy.
The folks who receive hundreds of calls per day most often tend to keep their phones on Silent mode. This is just because their call tune may irritate people or maybe most of the time they are at some place where they can’t afford much noise through the phone, for instance Office, during meeting, religious place etc.