Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts

8.6.17

Clash Royale Private Server - Clash Royale Mod APK (IOS & Android)




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PS4 games will soon be available on iPhone and Android smartphones

PS4 games will soon be available on iPhone and Android smartphones

I’m old enough to remember the first Sony Playstation, and truthfully, I freak out a bit when people tell me their first console was the PS2 or PS3. 

Those people actually consider the PS1 “retro”, which means I’m just old. But those people also missed out on some truly incredible Sony games (for that day and age, anyway). 

Those games included the PS1 versions Gran Turismo 2, Tekken 3, Metal Gear Solid, and more.

Of course those gamers who can list the PS2 and PS3 and their first console are quickly aging too. After all, it’s entirely likely that most people in today’s generation will have their first video game experience on a smartphone. Perhaps that’s why it’s so cool to hear the news that Sony has created a gaming division specifically designed to bring its Playstation titles to iOS and Android. 

Generation Smartphone will soon be able to experience the “retro” games many of us reading this grew up with. Here’s everything you need to know.

16.4.17

Android Circuit: Destroying The Galaxy S8, First Note 8 Images Leak, Google's Pixel 2 Design

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes third-party destructive reviews of the Galaxy S8, Samsung’s problems with Bixby, why the Note 8 will have to fight the S8, a curved screen for the new Pixel smartphones, the return of the Note 7, Android Pay’s steady improvements, WileyFox’s move back to stock Android, and asking if Microsoft should start shipping an Android handset.

20.2.17

Arrest of Samsung’s Lee may not affect smartphone business in short term

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The arrest of Samsung Electronics’ vice chairman Lee Jae-yong on Friday in South Korea may not have a direct impact on the company’s high-profile electronics business, including its smartphones unit, according to analysts.


Samsung announced in 2012 the promotion of the executive, also known as Jay. Y. Lee, to his current formal position at Samsung Electronics. But he is largely seen as the de-facto leader of the Samsung Group, running the business on behalf of his ailing father, Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee.
He was arrested on charges of bribery as part of an alleged corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye.

9.2.17

Google wants to use Chrome to suck you into virtual reality

Google wants to use Chrome to suck you into virtual reality

 Google says it's now time to marry two computing realms: the web and virtual reality.


Its latest version of the Chrome browser includes a technology called WebVR, which lets programmers create websites that present the computer-generated 3D worlds of virtual reality. If you're into VR, you might appreciate the promise WebVR holds for expanding what you can do with a device like a Google Daydream View or a Facebook Oculus Rift VR headset.

That's because, in principle at least, WebVR makes it easier for developers to create a single VR experience that'll work across many VR headsets instead of having to create a separate version for each device. It's an extension of how a single website can span your laptop, Android phone or iPad tablet.


8.2.17

Google Play listing shows how you'll pay on Android Wear


Google Play listing shows how you'll pay on Android Wear


Google is hoping the release of Android Wear 2.0 will push more people toward smartwatches, and one of the key pillars of that strategy is Android Pay. 


Ahead of the launch, it has (perhaps accidentally) released some screenshots on the Play Store that show how it'll work and look. At supported retailers with an Android Pay or contactless logo, you simply hold your NFC-equipped Android Wear watch next to the terminal until it's approved. It'll then detail the latest transaction in a list, and you can scroll to see your recent history.

In other words, you'll get the ability to pay like a boss from your wrist instead of digging around for your phone, a feature Apple Watch and Samsung Gear S3 Watch users have had for a while now. However, there's a catch -- your smartwatch must have an NFC chip, and no current models do, so current owners are out of luck. Thanks to a leak, however, we know that LG and Google are set to release two models, the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style. We also know that Android 2.0 itself is coming in early February, thanks to a developer letter.

The screenshots and other tidbits confirm that LG's watches (and possibly others) and Android Wear 2.0 itself should arrive imminently. Once that happens, we'll likely learn other details, like whether you'll even need a phone with you to pay with Android Wear (some models reportedly have built-in LTE) very soon.

you'll even need a phone with you to pay with Android Wear


source: engadget.com

6.2.17

Lenovo's latest Android tablet is really a budget laptop

The Yoga A12 could be better than an entry-level PC in the right circumstances.




The tablet market is increasingly skewing toward laptop replacements, but what if you want a replacement for a low-cost laptop? Lenovo thinks it has the answer. It's introducing the Yoga A12, a 12.2-inch tablet that's really a budget convertible laptop for the Android crowd. 



Think of it as a lower-priced but larger alternative to the Yoga Book. You won't find the earlier model's pen input or Windows 10 option, but you'll still get a very portable design (it's 0.21 inches thick at its slimmest point) that can fold into a slate when you're watching Netflix, or a laptop when you need to get work done. The trick, as with the Yoga Book, is a flat touch-sensitive keyboard that eliminates some of the usual physical bulk. We found the Book's keyboard hard to get used to, but it might be easier on the A12's larger, more comfortable surface

The A12 still has an Atom x5 chip powering things, although Lenovo has cut the memory and storage in half to 2GB and 32GB respectively. You'll also get a 13-hour claimed battery life. This is clearly meant more for browsing and the occasional productivity app than someone intending to use the tablet as their main computer. You might not mind so much when you see the price, though: the new Yoga will start at $299 when it goes on sale February 8th. That's just inexpensive enough that it could be a compelling alternative to a conventional entry-level laptop -- it doesn't have the performance or software of Windows portables, but it'll be easier to carry and more flexible.


Lenovo's Yoga A12 is super-slim budget version of the Yoga Book


Lenovo's Yoga Book was received well by internet, with many praising its unique and innovative design, but criticising the software. The Chinese company is back again with a new Android tablet that builds on the Book's success, the A12, with a larger screen and a modified version of Android on board.

The A12 has a 12.2-inch screen, with an Intel Atom x5 chip, 2GB RAM, and 32GB storage inside. Sadly, there's no pen input here, and no option for Windows 10 or Chrome OS. However, the key draw is the halo keyboard pioneered on the Yoga Book, and the now-expected 360° hinge. The 12.2-inch screen should help with the feeling of cramped space on the original Book, and at 5.4mm thick at the tablet's slimmest edge, and weighing under a kilogram, it's certainly portable. It runs a modification of Android which has a hybrid multi-tasking UI, comprised of three panes for apps, although Lenovo have declined to state exactly which version of Android the A12 runs.

The Lenovo Yoga A12 will be available on February 8th in gunmetal grey or rose gold colors. It costs $299 for the base model, and will be for sale on Lenovo's online store.



source: Lenovo
            engadget.com


20.7.16

Nokia’s Android Phones Leak : 2K Display with Snapdragon 820

Nokia may finally be coming back, this time with a vengeance. The two phones leaked of the Finnish Manufacturer making a mega comeback, include a smaller 5.2-inch display model and a larger 5.5-inch model.

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Both have a 2K display and will come with the Z-Launcher System UI based on the latest .0 Nougat (Android N). Specs wise the two phones will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset an IP68 Waterproof and Dustproof protected all metal body, so goodbye polycarbonate. The Previous leak of Nokia seems to fall into place here.

Nokia Prototype feature phone

Nokia Prototype feature phone

The bigger sibling of the two is reportedly sporting a 22 MP camera and will launch at a price of US $ 500  ( Rs. 34000) . The company will launch the phones at the end of the year post the official Android Nougat reveal in two months.

By that time smartphones will be working on the next Qualcomm Snapdragon 823/821. In effect Nokia will be late as usual to the party, however this time with a more meaningful product.

Written by Deviana
Source: igyaan.in

25.2.16

The Galaxy S7 Edge may have just made me a Samsung convert

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Historically, I’ve had a begrudging respect for Samsung flagships. I can objectively acknowledge the company makes very good, extremely popular phones, but I’ve never felt that the Korean manufacturer got everything right in a Galaxy S device. I’m not the easiest person to please, admittedly, but I’m finding myself irresistibly drawn to the Galaxy S7 Edge like never before.
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With every previous Galaxy S phone I’ve always found a few too many decisions I didn’t like, missing features I desperately wanted or gimmicky add-ons I saw no use in. Despite the way the world fawned over the Galaxy S6 Edge, even it didn’t tickle my fancy because I thought it was largely unnecessary. The edge was new but it had no real purpose. If anything, I thought the S6 was the better option.
Samsung's latest flagships all sport the formidable Mali-T760 GPU
The S6 Edge felt awkward with that sharp edge on the back, had a largely useless edge display, had dropped three popular Samsung features found in the Galaxy S5 – microSD support, water-resistance and a removable battery – and cost too much more money for what I saw as no added benefit. As good as the phone was in terms of performance and camera, it was still not a phone I would spend my own money on.
For fairly obvious reasons, I’ve been a Nexus user since the Nexus 4 and have rarely looked elsewhere for a daily driver. Sure, I review phones and familiarize myself with new UIs, features and settings of other OEMs but I always come back to my Nexus. But Samsung has recently started making the kinds of decisions I have been wanting for a long time: less bloat, fewer gimmicky features, a cleaner, faster, more refined TouchWiz and so on.
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The Galaxy S6 was a big step forward for Samsung, at least in my eyes. The design didn’t really appeal to me, but at least it replaced the atrocious design found in the Galaxy S5. TouchWiz went from a half-baked mess to a rebuilt and tidied up interface. The finger scanner was much better, there was less bloat and gimmicks and more of a focus on the core experience. But there were still too many things I didn’t like about the S6 for me to want it in my pocket long term.
But all that has changed with the Galaxy S7 Edge. The design is basically the same as the S6 Edge, and it still doesn’t really appeal to me, but the camera bump has been significantly reduced and a 40% larger battery crammed in. The addition of the curved edges on the back from the Galaxy Note 5 has made the device much more comfortable to hold and it even seems as though the glass back handles fingerprints a tiny bit better (although the new Galaxies are still pretty bad).
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TouchWiz has never looked better and Samsung has learned the valuable lesson of providing toggles and options for mostly everything. Android users don’t want features forced on them. We want the option to use the ones we want and get rid of the ones we don’t. The Galaxy S7 has so many customizable features and settings I can honestly say I could live with TouchWiz on the S7 Edge without hating my life. Even the Flipboard screen isn’t so laggy you want to die (but you should still disable it straight out of the box).
Simply put, the Galaxy S7 Edge is as close to the perfect smartphone as Samsung has ever come.
There’s app icon layout options for the home screen, an app drawer-less option, Always On Display, very nice game optimization settings, the S7 and S7 Edge have significantly larger batteries than their predecessors, have reintroduced the microSD card slot and added an IP68 waterproof rating.
The S7 Edge now has improved edge functions like customizable shortcuts and actions, a vertically scrolling news ticker and the promise of more now that third-party developers are encouraged to join the party. The S7 also has massively improved low-light camera performance and insanely fast auto-focus, thanks to the dual-pixel sensor. The Galaxy S7 Edge is, quite simply, the Samsung phone I have always wanted the company to make. For a long-time Samsung cynic to admit this fact demonstrates just how many right decisions Samsung made on the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Of course, there are always a few things I don't entirely like about any phone, no matter who makes it, and the same is true of the Galaxy S7 Edge. It's just that the list is very short and pretty negligible. The lack of USB Type-C seems a strange choice (understandably made because of Gear VR compatibility), fingerprints are still a problem on the back and Samsung is still absurdly dedicated to a physical Home button.
I can't tell you if the finger scanner is actually better because Samsung blocked access to lock screen options on the demo units (which are required for registering fingerprints). Battery life will largely remain a mystery until review units are shipped, even if the big capacity bump is very welcome and shows great promise. Simply put, the Galaxy S7 Edge is as close to the perfect smartphone as Samsung has ever come.
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As much as I'm happy to confess I want the Galaxy S7 Edge like I've never wanted a Galaxy device before, the last great hurdle for Samsung to win my admiration is to get Android updates out a lot faster. That's a whole other kettle of fish though, and an argument best saved for another day. But as far as the Galaxy S7 Edge is concerned, I can finally say: Samsung, shut up and take my money.

What was your favorite Galaxy device? What do you think of the Galaxy S7 Edge?

source: androidauthority 

19.1.16

10 tips for smartphone users to extend the smartphone life

extend the smartphone life
10 tips for smartphone users to extend the smartphone life
these 10 tips are really helpful for regular Smartphones, for the long life of your expensive or less expensive variant smartphones, the main focus in this to maintain the smartphone performance from the beginning.

smartphone in your hand seems to be a sensitive or you can say that it is a very sensitive material or something in the hand can damage in a second, but really the question arises, they truly want to ignore the following points? Probably the answer in no your smartphone seems equally little baby and some things that you must observe, bottom right away so that you last your baby for a long time.

What you do with your smartphone are listed below and what they really not to do with your smartphone is also extremely important.


1. You rarely turn your smartphone


You rarely turn your smartphone

the most important things you should do with your smartphone is to turn it off" every weekend, i.e. at least once per week if you turn off your smartphone otherwise the battery of your smartphone you need more charge and die faster than the normal way to the cause of the problem is very easy to install with your smartphone screen only switched on all the time will make your smartphone more boring life, or otherwise simply charge your smartphone with unused battery is your battery overheating at the time of the use of certain, draining from your smartphone battery is faster,

what should you do?






You should always turn off your smartphone at once a week, you should not wake up your smartphone all the time to change never sleep sleep after 5 minutes hold battery with a long life.

2. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are always on!


Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are always on

If the functions of the WiFi and Bluetooth is open on the iPhone and other smartphones but cannot be used to make your battery in just a waste. In all probability, you have no need to neither in your daily life that they are not always in a day, your WLAN or Bluetooth, this is turned on, this means that your smartphone is consumes more battery from the regular once certainly at least not throughout the day, you need this feature. The best thing to do is to both disabled and open manner only when you need it. It should keep in mind.

3. Taking Your Smartphone at Journey in Extreme Weather


Taking Your Smartphone at Journey in Extreme Weather

not any smartphone is tested by Ruff and difficult phase of production, so that your smartphone is also one of these phone, not tested extreme hot and cold temperature, your telephone is not designed to stand with this condition, so it is better for your smartphone for outdoor use, if the temperature between 0 and 30 degrees Celsius, if not in this condition the ultimately your device battery will collapse like battery or cell will close automatically.


4. You Leave Your Phone All Night At Charge


You Leave Your Phone All Night At Charge

it may be useful to leave your phone on overnight, but there are many who say that this is not such a good idea. The views on this issue are many, but most polls say that if your mobile phone shops are terminated and still remain connected to occur can damage the battery, with time running significantly faster. "Your battery works better when the cell from the wall socket before it is complete 100% of fee". Charging during the day to plug charging before it is fully charged.

5. You charge the battery all 100% or waits for charging of 0%



of the lithium-ion batteries are mostly used, work best when you figures between 50% to 80%, says Shane Brodsky, founder color technology, a company that produces charging devices and mobile accessories. On the other hand, if you are using your phone to charge until the battery is completely filled, it is your battery in a state of deep discharge", the ION can not to recharge, so Apple. It also adds that charging the battery for short time intervals, so simply held at normal levels (50% -80%), sufficient energy for the ion so to work continuously and to the life of the battery. Often considered, download your mobile phone as your diet. Not a huge dinner, but many small in the day.

6. Use the original phone charger


Use the original phone charger

original mobile phone charger make sense because the OEM Original Equipment Manufacturers as well as developers of smartphone charger with an estimated charging option for your telephone, the speed of the charges really make sense as with other brand or model charger may cause fire as well and good possibility, away from this situation, you should only for original.

7. Your smartphone is a type of baby if you with expensive phone you more carefully


expensive phone you more carefully

under your smartphone everywhere with a rear cover or not it then also attract dust and moisture, the phone is disgusting. No, really, it is very very disgusting. Wreaths pool toilets and saucer dog or your cat less germs from your iPhone. Apple recommends that a soft, lint-free cloth to clean your device. There are also products that claim to use UV light to alleviate your phone. But the most important thing is to never forget to clean the charging connection on your mobile phone! Residues from the pockets and their pockets can stay and it huddle in the course of time, so have problems when you download your mobile phones. Use a toothpick, a small needle or even your earring cap clean all this shit gathered there.

8. View from your smartphone as the iPhone?


View from your smartphone as the iPhone?

Ernst show, your smartphone or expensive mobile phone such as the iPhone cases you can in a serious situation, such as theft, theft or robbery. Keep a good expensive smartphone in the hand is a sign of the attractiveness of the thief, it is very dangerous to walk in the city of abstract hold it loosely with the hand than to an easy target. Also, not always be on the bar or table in the restaurant you are sitting. A view in the opposite direction offers enough time to the skillful thief to do the job.

9. Safety first, run on your phone without a password?


run on your phone without a password?

According to Apple the research in 2013 half of the iPhone user does not block your phones with a code. If you do not have a code on your iPhone then other cyber hackers can steal your identity and your personal data without your consent. The very simple way to protect your personal data is to create a passcode for iPhone or you have a different brand protection is necessary with a password-protected phone.

10. always your location availability for other applications


always your location availability for other applications

other applications are also required to access your location services to function properly, and warns you if it is to be activated. Many other types of work can usually without activated position detection service. You have disabled this function and then open it only when you need it - The battery will thank you. One thing you need to do now is now always your location or rights to another application to know their current position, which is also a type of security problem.

source: techviral

17.1.16

How to root the OnePlus 2 (official guide)

OnePlus 2

you have been playing around with your OnePlus 2 and feel like it is time to take that next step?


Rooting is the ultimate way to unlock your Android phone has the full functionality. The only problem is that it risks and the Internet is a wild place, but OnePlus is progressing - with a very bold move.


You would normally need to browse, forums and websites to find tutorials. And although some of the producers have become more crafts-friendly, OnePlus is everything, and release a video tutorial to root your smartphone. It is also worth noting that this method works for all OnePlus handset so that no customer is left behind here.

Interested? The video lasts a little more than 8 minutes and many parts are accelerated, so that you have a good piece from their agenda to go through the whole process without interruptions. You also need some software by OnePlus, as well. Is this not a refreshing way to do this?




What to download:

Nevertheless, you should be careful when. Roots and tinkering with your phone can damage the device and/or void your warranty. Make sure that all the steps to the T-piece and do your research on everything. You do not want to be surprised when it comes to these kinds of things.

While we are on the subject, why do you not also to the "Comments" section and tell us how you have the manufacturer? Do you think other should follow and give us official tutorials for the rooting of Smartphones and Tablets?

source: androidauthority

11.1.16

Slimtype is a QWERTY keyboard cover for the Samsung Galaxy S6

Slimtype is a QWERTY keyboard cover for the Samsung Galaxy S6

It seems that BlackBerry is not alone in wanting to revive the QWERTY keyboard for mobile phones, such as the Norwegian company One2One Touch has just unveiled its own physical keyboard accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, but not the plus model, called the slim type.


The slim type connects up to the galaxy S6 by NFC instead of Bluetooth connection, they were included in the rule with a wireless keyboard accessory, and it does not require its own battery pack either. The keyboard must have its own app from the save game, but after that you are good to go. There are also keyboard shortcuts for E-mail, web and search, together with a dedicated emoji button.

QWERTY Keyboard


The keyboard is integrated into a slim case that simply clips on the back of your smartphone and is manufactured from a comfortable textile surface. But this also means that there is nothing to prop up the screen so that you probably only with it when the phone flat. I personally think that it is an elegant looking design than Samsung's own QWERTY Keyboard Accessories for its galaxy Smartphones, but perhaps not so convenient.

One2Touch not announced, if the keyboard is actually hit store shelves, but the company is already the reservations through the official website.

The slimtype is available for only $39 for a limited period of time after the launch. Customers can have their pick black Sapphire, cherry red or white pearly color options.


9.1.16

How to use your Android smartphone as remote mouse and keyboard for your PC

connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet


here is how you can connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet with it either as a keyboard or mouse.


Android OS has the entire domain use of mobile phones in a short period of time. Since it is always fun to do great things with your smartphone, we are presenting a new way to use your Android Smartphone/Tablet. This is like a keyboard or mouse for your PC.

Before we start, you need to know this "This process only works with Intel-based PCs". Now all you have to Android remote keyboard app and software.

How to set up Intel Remote Keyboard


  1. Download Intel Remote Keyboard on your Android device or tablet.
  2. Download and install the Intel Remote Keyboard host on your Windows PC. You will need to choose x86 or x64 depending on their windows. If you are not sure what you are, there are four simple ways to know if you are on a 64-bit version of Windows.
  3. (Important: Make Sure Your Android and Windows devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.)
  4. on your Android phone, tap the Windows device name.
  5. Your Windows PC will now show a large QR code. Scan only with your Android smartphone's camera (according to the instructions on the screen and the two devices together.
  6. You'r all set!


What you can do:


Intel keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard

the app is basically a virtual trackpad and keyboard for your computer. You can use it in portrait or landscape format.

In portrait mode, your screen is divided into the area of trackpad on the top and the keyboard at the bottom. Intel's keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard, but it also has a windows key, an ESC key and the four arrow keys.


remote keyboard

Stuff which should have been there:

there could be some advanced controls to optimize the system. First of all, there is no continuous scrolling" , which means that they must touch scroll button repeatedly to scroll up to a large distance. Secondly: there is no "Direct Volume Control" , because it is always cheaper, adjust the volume using a special key as for the use of the mouse. We expect that these features will be included in the next update.

source; techworm

5.1.16

Google released a gold Nexus 6P

gold Nexus 6P

if you had difficulties picking between the light and dark Nexus 6P-options, here comes a golden variant to some color and the thing a little more complicated. The gold Nexus 6P was actually shown below the pre-release leaks from Google's flagship Android smartphone in the last year, but it was not under the color options are offered for the first rollout.

Google is now Add to Google Store Service Plan, with the 32GB model costs $499 and the 64 GB gold 6P come at $549. Unfortunately there is no 128GB option not yet.

gold Nexus 6P Specs

As the already available aluminum, graphite, frost and variants, the gold Nexus 6P is Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS on a 5.7-inch high-resolution AMOLED display. It has a wonderful antirrhinum 810 processor and is with 3GB of RAM, a 12-megapixel camera and the excellent Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensor. Measurement of 7.3mm thick and weighs 178g, it also has a 3.45 0mAh battery and uses the new USB connector C instead of the conventional MicroUSB. All the good things of Google's flagship, now available in gold.

gold Nexus 6P review



source: theverge

31.12.15

5 apps to help you get through that new year's day hangover

get through that new year's day hangover

ah, day of the new year in Australia. A time to huddle, miserably hungover, before three industrial medium fans on a breathtaking hot summer day.

Some of you may have only one or two perfectly reasonable glasses of champagne in the night before, and fresh and full of vigor on Jan 1.

For the rest of you miserable sods, leave these applications help you.


1. Deliveroo


face it: you are not out of the nest of sheets and regret that you have created for themselves. Maintenance will have to come to you.

The UK-based startup, started in Australia in November, partner with local restaurants to bring something gourmet directly in front of your door. Sydney Sierre: you work with Mary's citizens. Is there a better way to bring in the new year as by throwing all of your diet plans from the window? Of course not.

The iOS app is free in the App Store.



2. Stan


if the rising temperatures simply not let sleeping past noon, no fear - you do not need to leave your bedroom.

Fire up the stan-app on your Tablet-PC and start the playback transparent. Touch, subversive series on Los Angeles family to parent comes as a trans-gender is fun, but also very very good so that it is no longer so bad on the inhalation of two seasons in a session.

The app is free to iOS and Android, but you need a subscription. Fortunately there is a free 30-day trial version available.

Amazon Studio's "Transparent."
Amazon Studio's "Transparent."

3. Head space


at some point, you need to walk, in view of the fact that there is a new year and start your life in order. You will probably be using and half the world have decided to begin the year 2016 is to meditate and guided meditation apps are here to help.

You can take your free10 program a try you on the first day of the new year, work on 10 daily 10-minute exercises. If you cannot get enough, a full subscription costs $12.95 (A$17.76) per month.

The app is available free of charge on iOS, Android and Amazon, with in-app purchases.

 Head space


4. Airbnb


you probably know everything about Airbnb, the platform to stay in the houses of the world. But it is also one of the less known role in support of the daydreams of hungover people everywhere.

If you are full of bitterness about the journey home on New Years Eve, crushed with seemingly half the city in a train carriage Airbnb, use the app to fanta sise on the isolated, european mountain hut located in the next time. In the year 2016 you will be better seasonal selection.

The app is free to iOS or Android. A rustic weekend in the Swiss Alps.

Airbnb


The company makes it easier to book immediately begins in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

5. The iconic


it will emerge from this hungover stand and when you do, an oversized T-Shirt with juice stains will no longer be suitable.

Why not spend the day of the new year trawling the fashion blogs and choose "gym Goth" is definitely your look for 2016? After you have made a good choice, take a look at online retailer of the legendary and to order.

The app is free to iOS and Android.

The iconic


Have something to add to this story? Parts of it in the comments.

source: mashable

27.12.15

Poll Results: Samsung Galaxy S6 is the phone of the year 2015

best smartphone 2015

Samsung Galaxy S6 is the phone of the year 2015, 

elected by them - our readers. In what can only be described as a victory, the Korean flagship garnered a third of all the votes and its position was at no time in each game.

We observed a close race for the second place but, and despite the Sony Xperia Z5's Early Advantage, the Apple iPhone 6s picked up some speed later on and eventually won over. At the end they were the two split of slightly over 1%.

The LG G4 placed fourth at a considerable distance behind the podium. 1 of 10 voters took him as your phone of the year, but this is not a bad result when you think about it. We had expected more from the Microsoft Lumia 950 and its 8% will come as a bit of a surprise, because the iconic Lumia brand and its cult.

The LG Nexus 5X, Huawei P8 and HTC One M9 Supreme camera can only be for a "also-ran" badge, if such were awarded. And while the Taiwanese entry is a bit dark and Huawei is yet to be established correctly as the brand to produce true flagships (under his name), a mere 4% of LG Nexus 5X are perhaps the biggest disappointment in our phone of the year 2015 competition.

phone of the year 2015

Stay tuned for round two of our annual survey, where we will give you a chance to vote for the largest and most dangerous in the business to determine the winner of the title of the year Phablet 2015.

source: gsmarena.com

24.12.15

Android 6.0 Marshmallow begins the roll-out for the unlocked Moto G 2015 in North America

Android 6.0 Marshmallow

from motorola seems to be rolling out its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for Unlocked versions of the Moto G 2015. A few users on our forums reports that the update is the roll-out in the United States, and it appears to the roll-out also in Canada. Motorola had a duration test for the update and now some users that are not in the test are reporting see marshmallow roll out.

If you have a moto G 2015, you can check for and download the 460 MB update from position to Settings > About Phone > System updates. As a reminder, this update to the version released the Moto G. 


let us know how you enjoy the update in comments below.

source: androidcentral.com

5.12.15

How to Fix smartphone internal speaker problems: 5 Simple Hacks

smartphones increases in those days and at the same time problems with the device are still the same. Users always complain about your smartphone topics such as overheating, network errors, download questions, problems with camera, crash the app, and much more.

However, it is one of the most common questions into the smartphone is that there is no sound in the phone speaker. Well, this could be the problem with the volume or the speaker is not working.

Today we came with a list of common problems for all smartphones including Samsung, Nokia, LG, Apple, MICR Omax, Xiaomi etc can give Problem No sound from the speaker. Take a look at below to learn more.

Smartphone speaker problem and solution


volume Setting


android volume Setting

there could be a problem with the volume. First, verify that the mobile phone is silent or vibration mode and change the mode, if necessary.

Face call


Face call

initiate a call to your friend or your network operator's customer service, like free outgoing and verify the volume level. Increase the call volume, if necessary.

Hardware problem


Hardware problem

if the sound problem still occurs, then check the speaker and microphone. If any of them is damaged, take your phone to authorized mobile repair center to replace the damaged speaker.


Software Update


Software Update

the problem occurs under certain conditions, then check to see if the software or operating system update and upgrade to the latest version.

Functionality test

Functionality test,

there are a number of hidden codes to do functionality testing by dialing code in the Keyboard Viewer. Dial *#0*#, to check if there is a hardware problem.

source: gizbot.com

how to speed up an android phone? (lag causes and how to fix them)

Presence of a malware or virus

Delays are some of the general and eternal questions plaguing Android devices. This occasional slow performances, App freezes, and delays in the Touch Response issued by your device will reduce the overall productivity. We will take a look at the five reasons why it works, and enter your own take on solutions to solve.

Too many applications running, Hog your memory


Too many applications running, Hog your memory

is it possible that there are too many applications running in the background, which consumes a lot of memory. This can really believed that if you have many applications installed and your phone is equipped with low-end-specs. It is also possible that your smartphone is slowed down after one or two days of operation without turning your device.

Solution: apps running in the background. In order to prevent them from running behind the scenes, go to Settings > Apps then swipe two times to run and select an app. From each app's menu allows you to force close or exit the application from running to free up space. If you do not want to try that and crash your app permanently in the process, you can choose to restart your phone.

If this does not work, try a few apps that can freeze (Titanium Backup Pro) or the sleep state (Greenify) other memory hogging apps to permanently rid your RAM. You can also examine alternative apps to replace the feature-filled heavy weights. Some have already been introduced to diluted versions (such as Facebook lite), and there are some that offer alternatives to official apps.

Low internal memory

Low internal memory

if you would like to install many apps or addicted to social media and you have little space, the dreaded "memory low" registration, may be on your notifications a few times. From this point on, several of your smartphone is essential functions such as e-mail have been disabled until you are able to maximize your free space.

Solution: Clear cache of applications. The biggest culprit of low internal memory is the extended use of applications that too much storage cache like Facebook and Instagram. , to delete it, go to Settings > Applications, click on the application from the list of downloaded applications and select "Delete Cache". As our recommendation mentions, you also receive a more efficient applications that are available on the market to reduce the storage footprint.

If this is not enough, you can use the applications on your microSD card, if your phone supports it. At the same place, you can use the application data on your card. You can Utility Apps such as App2SD to move,. Some preinstalled applications on their devices may not have this feature and you can see that the option is grayed out.

Outdated software


Outdated software

a likely cause of delay is outdated software. This happens when the system itself suffers from bugs and glitches, or in some cases, comes from side loaded applications in our devices. Since this side loaded apps are not downloaded from Google save game, you looped through from the future update cycles, makes them susceptible to error messages.

Solution: Update your system and/or application to the latest version. New updates, other than introducing new features, can often provide bug fixes and improvements to the software plaguing questions.


Games for long hours


Games for long hours

playing graphics-intensive games on our smartphones uses the maximum processing of the phone hardware, and that is the reason why our phones heat much. This also leads to that of moderate to severe was especially after the game.

Solution: rest of your device for a few minutes to play to cool. If it still lags to start the phone automatically free up RAM memory.


Presence of a malware or virus


Presence of a malware or virus

have you ever had any slowdowns, even if you use your phone to correct? You might have been a victim of malware or virus plaguing Android devices that enables you to turn your phone off when you ae click suspicious links in web pages or mobile advertising.

Solution: Scan your device to remove possible anomalies. With a mobile scanner app as AVG or CM. You can search for files on your system and eradication in the process.

Note that this only five typical causes of lag on your Android smartphone, there are other factors that may have an impact on the performance of your smartphone is not included in this manual. So if you already have experience was on your device, and you were able to identify what is causing and finally resolved, please let us know in the Comments field below.

source: yugatech.com