Danic Filip(12 posts)

My name is Danic Filip, and I am an enthusiastic writer who incredibly interested in Android phones, tablets and of course, applications!.While I am an avid writer, I also vie to be a developer.

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Free RPG SoulCraft is now available an all Android devices

by: Danic FilipMarch 29, 2012

SouldCraft is a fantastic, free-to-play Android role playing game that was, for a long time, only available  on Tegra 3 devices via the TegraZone portal. As many Android gamers have hoped, SoulCraft has now became available (for free) on all Android devices. Currently, the game is in open-beta status, meaning that you can expect changes and updates (locations, character, spells, items and more) every week, most of them being based on user feedback. Speaking of users, the SoulCraft community is very active and fun to interact with, and is about to grow even bigger, as the game gains popularity and its user base extends.

If you are unfamiliar with SoulCraft, you should [...]

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Watch the viral video of Peter the elephant playing with a Galaxy Note

by: Danic FilipMarch 28, 2012

The team that developed the Samsung Galaxy Note probably had a lot of things on their mind when designing the 5.3-inch beast. However, they probably never thought about how user-friendly the device would be to Peter, a cute elephant that also happens to be very smart and playful.

Samsung and the Viral Factory found out about this amazing animal and couldn’t miss the chance to create the amazing videos you can see bellow. There are no hidden cuts, editing, or faked shots. Peter is really that playful, and, besides, who would go through the trouble of training an elephant to do all this just for a YouTube ad? Peter enjoyed playing around on the Galaxy Note so much, [...]

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Zynga is fattening up the cash cow: Draw Something to get big update

by: Danic FilipMarch 28, 2012

The rising giant of the casual gaming world, Zynga, has recently acquired OMGPOP, the struggling game developer behind the hugely popular Draw Something game for Android and iOS. Now, it seems that Zynga is hard at work whipping Draw Something into even better form, to ensure that the Pictionary-style game maintains its momentum.

Just days after the $180 million acquisition was announced, we found out that a huge update to Draw Something is coming, one that has the game’s legions of fans very excited. And for good reason – the upcoming features will give the game some much needed polish. If you got an email yesterday from Zynga/OMGPOP, you probably already [...]

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An Android tablet at less than $40? Yes, you read that right

by: Danic FilipMarch 27, 2012

Over the years, you’ve probably seen quite a few bargains online or at your local carrier. Remember the great $99 TouchPad firesale? Well, here is an Android tablet that sells for much less than $100, one that is surprisingly good for its declared purpose.

The story will take us to India, a country where hi-tech gadgets are becoming ever so popular, even though hundreds of millions of people have little experience (if any) in using them. That is exactly the problem that the Indian Ministry of Education is trying to tackle. The plan is to introduce Android tablets to schools in rural areas that lack access to modern technology.

Namely, the Indian government [...]

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HTC T328w Wind with dual-SIM and Android 4.0 out of the box spotted in China

by: Danic FilipMarch 26, 2012

This is a huge surprise and a refreshing story for fans of  HTC smartphones. An unannounced HTC phone was recently revealed in China, and reports suggest that it is a dual SIM phone which is quite unusual for HTC’s latest and greatest. To make matters more enticing, it appears to be very similar to HTC’s One S, as well.  It is certainly an interesting choice for dual SIM-aholics, but what else does it have to offer?

The HTC T328w Wind looks a lot like the HTC One S, only a bit smaller since it features a 4 inch display (Super LCD WVGA ) which is quite nice. It is also running the great Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and comes with Sense 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 [...]

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Instagram signup page goes live, the release date is near

by: Danic FilipMarch 26, 2012

Instagram coming to Android is bound to be the newest craze in the Android app world, with fans of the image sharing service finally having something to look forward to. After announcing the upcoming Android app at SXSW a couple of weeks ago, the Instagram team opened up a snazzy sign-up page, where you can leave your email to get notified about the new app, as soon as it’s available. With all the buzz, will Instagram on Android reach the level of popularity it enjoys on iOS? This is something that only time will tell.

What we know for sure is that Instagram has over 27 million registered users on iOS, so it is only natural for the Instagram team to let Android [...]

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Ceramic Destroyer Game Review

by: Danic FilipMarch 26, 2012

Ceramic Destroyer may seem like a game that doesn’t offer a real challenge or much competitive play. However, the game mechanics will quickly prove you wrong and show you how addictive and difficult smashing virtual ceramic tiles can really be. This fun game will require you to expertly slingshot different types of bombs to destroy ceramic pieces of various shapes. Despite its simple premise, playing Ceramic Destroyer takes more than aiming your catapult to the tiles. You will need to think very hard on some levels and come up with a good strategy. If you’re a fan of Angry Birds, you will definitely enjoy Ceramic Destroyer, yet the unique twists will ensure you will not [...]

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Stumblr, an amazing & addicting Tumblr image viewer app – a review

by: Danic FilipMarch 25, 2012

We all have our own unique interests and explore them via different sources. Think about it for a second – how do you find the things you want? For more and more people, services like Tumblr, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter are how they connect themselves with the kind of information and media they are looking for. If you’re the type that loves ‘motivational’ typographies, beautiful nature photographs, stunning illustration and design, and pretty much anything niche oriented, then – without a doubt – you have become a fan of Tumblr. What if you could view amazing pictures in these categories with just a few clicks and without much effort at [...]

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5 Amazing Android Controlled Robots

by: Danic FilipMarch 24, 2012

Do you like robots? Of course you do! In fact, most tech fans love them! And it’s no wonder, they are really amazing. Some say that we can monitor the advancement of our technology and society by monitoring how fast we are developing robots. But Android robots? Surely, it must be a joke?

It’s no joke! These amazing little robots and cars are controlled by an Android device via Bluetooth. It’s amazing to see what enthusiasts and tech experts have come up with (perhaps even a bit scary). While you shouldn’t expect to see the Terminator, some of these will really blow your mind! Let’s get started, shall we?

The Android Robot

What [...]

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Nokia patents vibrating haptic tattoos, future phone calls will tickle

by: Danic FilipMarch 23, 2012

As tech writers, we, at Android Authority, are pretty hard to surprise. We see all sorts of innovative, amazing, or downright mind-boggling technologies every day. But yet, at times, even we are impressed of some of the ideas that tech companies come up with. Take Nokia, for example – the Finns just patented haptic tattoos. What do you mean, what the heck is a haptic tattoo? It’s a tattoo that vibrates when some one calls you or sends you a text. Duh!!

So, how would these Nokia haptic tattoos work exactly? Basically, they will be made of ferromagnetic (containing metal particles) ink, which can be wirelessly controlled by your phone. When a notification is [...]

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