Ken East(180 posts)

Ken is an expert on management and is currently engrossed with his newly started adventure in logistics management. But, that's only his second love. His first love, of course, and without being mushy when this is said, is Android.

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Best android apps for tourists

by: Ken EastJune 26, 2012

Going on a tour means new amazing experiences, meeting new friends, and seeing breathtaking and fascinating destinations. You would always want your trip to be smooth and memorable but many people often get too excited about it, and they end up entering unfamiliar territories without bringing stuff that they might need. Chances are high that you will forget to bring a lot of things–but not your smartphone. The good thing is, it’s just the thing you need for a wonderful trip. The Google Play Store is flooded with apps that could help you on your tour and we have sorted out some of the best for you. Read on if you want to have a stress-free trip.

TripIt Travel [...]
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Best Android apps for vegetarians and vegans

by: Ken EastJune 21, 2012

Don’t you just love the ring of “there’s an app for that”? We’ve covered tons of apps, from apps for musicians to poetry lovers and even to exercise buffs. The Google Play Store has something for everyone.

Are you a vegetarian or a vegan? Did you know that there are Android apps dedicated to guide you and help you sustain your diet? Most of these apps are free. There are apps to help you discover new vegan or vegetarian recipes, for finding places where you can eat if you are traveling, for guiding you in your shopping and for updating you on all the latest vegan- and vegetarian- related issues and news. Read on to learn more about these [...]

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Best Android apps for ESL students and learning English

by: Ken EastJune 20, 2012

Learning the English language is very important, especially if you are doing business with foreign partners, if you want to get a decent job, or if you want to tour abroad. Being able to speak English will give you a great advantage, as it’s one of the most popular languages spoken internationally.

On the other hand, not everyone has the opportunity to learn the language, but thanks to Android, any Android user now has the opportunity to learn English anytime and anywhere she or he wants. Read on to learn more about the best Android apps for learning English.

Learn English with!

Learn English with! helps you learn [...]

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HTC One S: How to speed up your phone’s dual-core processing

by: Ken EastJune 15, 2012

The HTC One S has a dual-core processor but it’s such a pity to think that they haven’t really been optimized. The folks at XDA Developers, however, have found a way to squeeze the most out of the two processors.

Recognized developer -viperboy- has made the HTC One S perform even more powerfully by developing Dual Core Mods designed to optimize the phone’s processing performance. There are three mod versions, each designed for unique purposes. The mod versions are:

Dual Core Mod – designed for CPU1 (or core 2) to work all the time. Dual Core Mod Plus – CPU1 works only when the screen is On to preserve battery life. Dual Core Mod [...]
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How to install the LG UI 3.0 Launcher on any Android phone or tablet

by: Ken EastJune 13, 2012

Have you seen LG’s latest proprietary UI? The LG UI 3.0 really looks great and it’s very smooth, too. If you are bored with your current UI and you’ve been imagining what the LG UI 3.0 would look like on your device, imagine no more. It’s available for all Android devices so you can try it no matter what your device is.

Many people are scrambling to get the amazing goodies brought by the Samsung Galaxy S3, just like the TouchWiz 5 which has already been ported to several Android devices, and it’s not going to stop until everyone gets her or his share.

On the other hand, LG’s latest proprietary UI, which was seen on its latest and [...]

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Best music recognition apps for Android

by: Ken EastJune 13, 2012

Do you like tuning in to the radio at night, in your car, or when you are doing your work? If you do, you might have experienced a time when you hear a really nice song but you end up becoming frustrated because you could not get the title or the name of the artist.

What’s even worse is that when you ask friends, their answer might be “I know how to sing the song but I don’t know the title.” These are really frustrating moments when you wish that the radio DJ had mentioned the song title.

You won’t have to worry about it anymore, because there are now Android apps to help you recognize a song through voice recognition. Check out our [...]

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Best Android apps for singers

by: Ken EastJune 11, 2012

With the variety of Android apps which you can find on the Google Play Store, there will most certainly be apps to help you with your daily chores, for work, and for having fun, while other apps are created for crazy purposes you couldn’t even imagine. Whatever your career is, there is an Android app that can come in handy for you.

If you want to be a great singer and you want to record your own music, there are lots of apps which can be very useful to you. We have listed in this article some of the best Android apps for singers. Read on to learn what these apps are.


Even if you are gifted with an amazing voice, it will still take [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250: How to enjoy TouchWiz UX look and feel on your phone

by: Ken EastJune 11, 2012

Are you starting to get bored with the CyanogenMod 9 or AOKP stock UI on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250? It’s time to add a little spice to your phone’s life with the Galaxy S3’s TouchWiz UX. You read that right; it’s been ported to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has some unique features, especially its amazing UI. Some users might think that the Galaxy Nexus doesn’t need Touchwiz. Think again. The smoking hot Galaxy S3’s TouchWiz UX has been ported to the Nexus and it brings a whole new experience with it. The Nexus looks stunning with TouchWiz UX, letting users enjoy a taste of the Galaxy S3’s [...]

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Best free Android apps of 2012

by: Ken EastJune 7, 2012

Do you have the best Android apps on your phone right now? If you think you don’t, then it’s time that you download them to your Android device.

If you’re not too keen on shelling out cash for the best paid Android apps of 2012, why not try going for the best of the free ones.  We have listed some of 2012’s best free Android apps on the Google Play Store.

Some free apps are not worth the trouble.  In fact, many people equate freebies with low-quality, dispensability, and feature impairment.  But, not the apps on this list.  They have been downloaded, installed, and used by countless Android users all over the world–and have [...]

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Best Android apps to help you sleep

by: Ken EastJune 1, 2012

Are you suffering from sleeping disorders such as insomnia? Or maybe you can’t sleep because you have a lot of things on your mind? Don’t reach for the sleeping pills just yet because there is an alternative solution to your sleeping problems and all it requires is your Android device.

We are featuring the best Android apps to help you get a good night’s sleep every time you go to bed. Read on to learn more about these apps.

Lightning Bug

The first app on our list is a favorite among Android users. Lightning Bug – Sleep Clock is an app that helps you relax and go to sleep through relaxing ambient and white noise sound tracks. The [...]

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