AMRC is a newer reddit client for both iPhone and iPad that is mainly gesture driven and allows you to swipe in and out of any menu instead of having to use navigation menus. Outside of a quicker way to browse, AMRC also offers sync support through Synccit.com, full reddit markup support, and more.
The free version of AMRC will let you browse reddit front pages and sign in to view your subreddits. To access all the features AMRC has to offer you can upgrade to the pro version which adds searching, private messages, commenting, a night mode, and more.
One thing AMRC excels at is fast browsing via gestures but other than that, a lot of other reddit clients such as Ruby and Alien Blue offer a lot of the same feature set. If you’re a reddit junkie, have you tried AMRC? Which reddit client do you prefer?
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Looks like it’s the season for phablets in India! After the announcement of the Byond Phablet PIII and the Byond Phablet PII, we now bring to you the announcement of another 6-inch Android phablet by California-based Swipe Telecom in collaboration with MTV India (owned and operated by Viacom 18), called the MTV Volt.
Here’s a quick rundown of the Volt’s specs and features:
Sandeep Dahiya, SVP and Business Head, Consumer Products at Viacom 18 said that the MTV Volt is a “made to order” product for a generation that is constantly communicating, entertaining and socializing, and includes features that address its needs, along with a price-point that suits its pockets. He added that the company expects the MTV Volt to generate a great response among the Indian youth population.
Also mentioned was the eventual availability of the MTV Volt V4, which will boast a larger 4,000mAh battery, while also having an exclusive TV player app that will feature popular content from MTV. I’m surprised that that the MTV Volt itself does not have this app available. I also expect the next iteration of the device to feature a better display, because the low resolution on a large 6-inch display is somewhat disappointing.
The MTV Volt will be available from over 10,000 retail stores across the country, as well as from online stores like the Swipe eStore, Flipkart, Infibeam, and more. The device is currently priced at Rs 12,999 (~0). This release is to be the first of many considering a new licensing deal both companies have signed to launch between 8 and 12 smartphones, phablets, and tablets over the next two years. This is definitely a good start, and I can’t wait to see what both companies have in store for us in the future.
What are your thoughts? Would you consider buying the MTV Volt? What do you think of the current 6-inch smartphone trend that is sweeping the country?