Android has some pretty good web browsers, available on the market but there’s one problem with almost of them – their download manager sucks.
The problems are several. AndroGet app, an Android download manager, is probably the solution to all the above problems packing in a good user interface.
Samsung Galaxy S II was the biggest launch of any Android phone the last year. It was equipped with specifications no other could boast and an user interface like no other. For me, it was THE super-phone of that year (even Galaxy Nexus doesn’t change my opinion) for which I curiously waited for 3 months after being unveiled in MWC (Mobile World Congress) in February and rushed to buy it on the very first day of its launch in India.
Being an Android addict, I’ve always loved AndroidPolice’s wrap-up of new app and game releases in the Android market. But the quantity of Apps & Games for Android has been growing exponentially since few months and with thousands of new apps releasing every month, one list of about sixty-seventy apps is not enough.
So, I decided to share some amazing games that were recently released which you might have got lost in the noise. I intend to make more lists like this regularly but will focus only on games.
Finally, as Google had intended since long, Google Chrome Android 4.0 has landed with a simple user interface and few great features. The app is focused on bringing the desktop and mobile version together by offering seamless sync of tabs and bookmarks. The application interface is beautiful and reminds about every bit of the app’s […]
Although, there are various apps that provide you with one or the other function, Android Assistant stands apart by offering not just 1 or 2, but 18 useful functions within one app including a File manager, Batch app installer, App backup, System info, Apps 2 SD, Startup Manager and much more.
An Android phone hogs internet data much more than a normal phone. This is particularly because of all the background stuff going on like syncing contacts, photos, instant messages, social network updates, email and much more.
Some people might like to limit the connectivity to certain applications. avast! Mobile Security and Internet Firewall are two of my favorite applications to do this job. They act like a firewall which restricts the connectivity to particular apps, just like in your PC.
It can create multiple profiles (like a guest profile) in your phone which you can switch between anytime. It saves all the information for a particular profile including your applications and data as a file in the memory.
Wikipedia, the largest encyclopaedia known to the mankind containing more than 20 million articles in 280+ languages, has released it’s official application for Android. The application UI (user interface) is pretty sleek and very neat and packs in a bunch of features.
The app is more convenient to use than using Wikipedia’s web-page, though there are few good un-official apps for Wikipedia in the market too, Wiki Encyclopedia and Wapedia being the good ones. Apart from few areas where the offiial app lacks, there are still many good features to make it stand out of the crowd.
The wait is over! CyanogenMod has finally released the CM 9 which brings Android ICS to HP Touch Pad.
Here is a quick tutorial to help you install CM 9 on your TouchPad.