Tag Archives: android

Developers Speak Out on Why They Prefer iOS Over Android

It’s really no surprise that most apps over at iOS get the VIP treatment when compared to their Android counterparts. Leaving third party indie apps aside, this statement also reigns true for apps with a large developer pool behind them such as Skype or Team Viewer. Up till now, we thought this was majorly because of the fact that developers ...

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Launching Camera in Android 6.0 – Here’s an Easy Way

One of the best things about Android is that it is always evolving and making progress. Google has done a remarkable job of catering to our needs and desires and the latest update to Android 6.0 further moves this point. Launching camera in Android 6.0 was a tricky thing to do but thankfully Google has a better solution amped up ...

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How to protect your Android phone from Windows malwares

For those of you who are tech literate, terms like cross platform viruses is nothing new as quite often hackers and “activists” tend to transform viruses made for some other OS (mostly Windows) to other OS such as Android. We have seen examples of this in the past with the auto run virus that executed itself automatically whenever you connected ...

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Android 4.3 will warn you about unkillable apps

Google is constantly evolving and advancing its mobile OS and Android 4.3 will also continue to bring useful changes. One of the most annoying things in the Android ecosystem is app that runs in the back ground. Even if you terminate the app process manually, the restart and continue to run in the background. This not only reduces performance but ...

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Motorola Droid Ultra spotted in an online listing

Qualcomm’s flagship chip the Snapdragon 800 is becoming more frequent in super phones these days. So it is not much of a surprise when a device called the LG-F320 shows up at the scene with a Snapdragon 800 processor inside. From Sony Xperia Z Ultra to Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A, we are witnessing the Qualcomm chip becoming the choice of ...

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Review: Minecraft – Pocket Edition

I personally think that the gameplay of a game is much more important than its graphics and a standing testament to that statement would have to be Minecraft. The pixelated game has nothing on the graphics of any PC game out there but thanks to its addicting gameplay it has become a global hit in a very short period of ...

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Android 4.3 spotted in the wild

It is about time that we receive an update to the Jelly Bean 4.2 version of Android and if it isn’t going to be Key Lime Pie then I guess Android 4.3 would have had to make due. However, despite the various rumors suggesting the possible unveiling of Android 4.3 at Google’s I/O conference, it was rather surprising when nothing ...

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