Which Hawaii service is appropriate to used for my applicaiton RRS feed

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  • hello friends,

    I am developing a cloud based Windows Phone Application, and for that i am using Hawaii SDK service.

    Actually my application would be somewhat like , if one user create the note on his application then it is synchronized by friend of him or some business partner, sharing of location and all.

    The following cloud services are included in the Project Hawaii SDK:

    • Social Mobile Sharing (SMASH) Service
      The Smash service is a client-server system that enables rapid prototyping and development of solutions for social computing scenarios on Windows desktop and Windows Phone mobile platforms. Smash provides a general sharing mechanism for observable collections, and is part of the Project Hawaii SDK.
    • Path Prediction Service
      This service enables a mobile application to predict a user’s destination based on current route data.
    • Key-Value Store Service
      This service provides a simple key-value store for mobile applications. With this service, an application can store and retrieve application-wide state information as text by using key-value pairs.
    • Translator Service
      This service provides an interface to Microsoft Translator. It enables a mobile application to translate text from one language to another and to obtain an audio stream that renders a string in a spoken language.
    • Relay Service
      This service provides a relay point in the cloud that mobile applications can use to communicate. It provides an endpoint naming scheme and buffering for sent messages.
    • Rendezvous Service
      This service is a mapping service from well-known human-readable names to endpoints in the Hawaii Relay Service. This service uses well-known human-readable names as stable rendezvous points that can be compiled into applications.
    • Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Service
      This service takes a photographic image that contains some text and returns the text. For example, given a JPEG image of a road sign, the service would return the text of the sign.
    • Speech-to-Text Service
      This service takes a spoken phrase and returns text (currently in English only).

    I am confused which one to use for my windows phone applicaiton...

    Thank you..

    Tuesday, May 28, 2013 7:17 AM