MobileViews Podcast episode FF or 11111111

In this podcast, Jon Westfall and I discuss:

  1. The Verge: $1200 Red Hydrogen Android phone with “holographic” 3D display. Not lenticular display. Module lets you attach a camera lens with it.
  2. Jon’s Evernote Replacement: Joplin is an open-source note taking app that can import ENEX files, and you can synchronize with your own server through WebDAV, as well as External sync services (Dropbox, OneDrive, Nextcloud). Use the trial version of Backupery for Evernote if you have tons of notebooks to automate the backup process. Joplin is in very early versions (1.x) and the mobile implementation has a few bugs related to sync. Also I found you can’t easily import ENEX’s larger than 800MB through the Mac interface. But, to have a searchable, “live” version of Evernote running on my own server, it’s definitely worth looking at.
  3. Microsoft to launch smaller, low-cost Surface devices
  4. No easy way to charge and listen to music on Android So Apple killed it but you can get adapters for iOS. Android mocked killing it, then they killed it, and there isn’t an easy adapter – probably because of all the variation with USB C.

Available via Google Music Podcasts and Apple iTunes.