Presenting 'Android's Best Friend' SnapPea
Article by George Norman
On 09 Oct 2012
Carrying the tagline “Android’s best friend” the Wandou Labs-developed SnapPea application provides an easy means of managing your Android-powered device.

If you want a handy and efficient means of managing your Android-powered device from your Windows-powered desktop, you may want to take a look at SnapPea and the functionality it has to offer. This good looking and user friendly application lets you backup your data (contacts, messages, photos), create new and edit existing contacts, read incoming and send text messages, uninstall old and install new apps, view your pictures, and more.


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You will need two things to enjoy the functionality SnapPea has to offer: the SnapPea application for Windows and the SnapPea app for Android. As the developer explained, the two are like peas in a pod and they need each other. Downloading and installing SnapPea for Windows will not take long. Before you plug in and launch the application, go ahead and turn on USB Debugging mode – SnapPea needs it to run and if it’s not turned on, it will prompt you to do so. SnapPea will also prompt you to install the SnapPea app on your Android-powered device when you first run the application.

As mentioned above, SnapPea is a good looking application with a user friendly interface. You can customize how the application looks by choosing one of several themes – the downside is that the selection of themes is rather small. As far as the user friendliness is concerned, all of SnapPea’s buttons are nicely grouped on the left hand side on the interface, so that you can easily access the application’s functionality.



Speaking about functionality, there is a lot you can do with the application:
  • Automatically backup your contacts, text messages, and photos.
  • Manage your contacts: delete, merge, import, export, create a new contact.
  • Manage your text messages: send, delete, read, import, export, forward text messages.
  • Manage all your apps: export, move to SD card, move to internal storage, install, uninstall apps.
  • Manage your multimedia content: music, picture videos.
All the functionality mentioned above is given to you for the awesome price of free. You can easily manage your Android-powered device from your desktop PC without having to part with any of your money.

You can download SnapPea for Windows right here on FindMySoft.



Tags: Google, Android, Microsoft, Windows, SnapPea
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