This post is a Thank You post to all the guest authors who contributed to theapptimes.com this July (2012). I also wish to add a special thanks to Kady who contributed the most number of articles this month. As always, we had guest post contributions from regulars including Aswin, Jessica, John S Lam, and Gaynor plus many new authors as well. The topics varied from Android apps, iPhone Apps, social media topics, gadgets, reviews and more. Check out what each of our contributors have shared in case you missed any, and share your thoughts on the posts you liked or disliked.
If you wish to be a guest author for the month of August 2012, you can check out our guest blogging guidelines and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your article. As always, we are ever thankful to everyone whose contribution makes the world a more knowledgeable place.
Guest Post Contributions for July 2012
Abhishek, the chief editor at buddinggeek.com compares the two popular browsers for the Android.
Asad, a techie at heart shares his review on a powerful performance appraisal tool. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @AsadSal
Ashwin, from mysmartprice.com writes on topics such as mobile phones, smartphones, technology trends, applications and eCommerce.
Charlie is a free lancer writer and content builder who loves to write articles on how to fix computer problems. Here, Charlie talks about how you can remove a hard drive, if the need arises.
Emily is a freelance writer who suggests checking out T-Mobile prepaid cell phones with video chat to download these apps.
Emma is the Head of Retail at Smart Traffic, a top company in the UK offering SEO reseller packages to many countries across the globe.
Fenix from ExamsKey shares his favorite Chrome add-ons in this post.
Gaynor is a freelance writer and self confessed gadget and app geek shares her favorite gaming apps.
Jessica loves crafting and DIY projects. When she’s not looking for the best power tools for her latest job, she’s spending time blogging on behalf of Sears and other brands she trusts.
John, a freelance content contributor for AccessRX shares valuable tips to protect your online identity.
John S Lam
John from Pass Certification writes about the world’s most popular browser.
Kady Babs is a Certified Professional and freelance writer, attached with Test 4 Prep.com, which offers various certifications. Kady’s contributions include the following.
Lee is a free lancer writer who knows a thing or two about How GPS Tracking Works and in his guest posts, he shares his technical expertise.
Matt is the Head Game Designer at Game Grenade Studios and he promotes his newly developed action arcade game, Shark Run.
MyTechHelp is a leader in providing support across various products brands and tech devices for individuals and small businesses in need of instant tech help.
Rob is a technophile working in conjunction with DCL Mobile providers of business mobile phone deals. Rob usually blogs about all things mobile related, and loves checking out the latest gadgets and gizmos.
Robin of Buycenturylink.com, a site that offers savings and current information on high speed internet deal and phone services shares her favorite recipe and cooking apps.
Sienna is a tech blogger who loves to write on smart phones, iPhones, tablets, mobile apps, mobile phone recycling and how to get the best value for your old handset. She shares her tips on malware protection in her guest article.
The team for Axon IT explains all about cloud computing in their guest contribution.
The writing team for buyatt.com shares apps that will benefit businesses promoting their stuff on Facebook. Check out if your business is making the best use of Facebook apps.
Buycharter, a site that offers savings and current information on charter communications reviews the latest Android operating system and what it means for developers.
The GPS Bites team shares their review of the popular GPS navigator.
TriumphSys is a company providing training and certification plus enterprise data warehousing, enterprise portal and content management, enterprise project management and other hi-end services. Here’s their take on the goodness of corporate training.
I hope you enjoy reading these awesome contributions from writers around the world, who share their knowledge and personal experiences.