LG made a name for itself last year with a slew of great mid-range tablet offerings, including the G Pad 7.0. This tablet is a budget-friendly device that offers a solid build quality, decent specifications that allow for good performance, and a software experience with quite a few additional features. Priced to compete with the Nexus 7’s of the world, the LG G Pad 7.0 is a great option for those on a budget.
Be it for convenience, style, and of course, protection, we’ve rounded up some of the best protective cases and covers currently available for the LG G Pad 7.0!Poetic Turtle Skin Series Protective Silicone Case for LG G Pad [...]
Samsung also released a mid-range line of Android tablets last year under the Galaxy Tab 4 moniker, available in three different size options. The middle device of the lot is the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, which, as the name suggests, features an 8-inch display. With a bright and vivid display, solid build quality with its faux leather back cover, and great battery life, this is a great choice for those looking for a relatively compact mid-range tablet. The price is somewhat steep, but is worth it if you’re someone who wants everything that Samsung has to offer.
Be it for style, convenience, productivity, and of course, protection, we’ve rounded up some of the best [...]
Google introduced the Material Design paradigm during its IO 2014 developer event. Since then, they have actively encouraged all android app developers to ensure their apps conform to the Material Design specifications. Google has taken the lead on this, upgrading all their apps with Material specs. With Android Lollipop, material design is baked into the OS.
The Material Design spec is a pretty extensive document and we have gone over this document for you, and picked out some of the more important points.Introduction
The major focus of the material spec is to produce a visual language that provides a unified experience across different platforms and device sizes. [...]