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  The recently released iPhone 4S–bearing the latest iOS 5–has brought fascinating features that will truly entertain iPhone users, leaving many non-Apple users drooling. Android users, however, are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy some of iOS 5’s lovely features–not necessarily in an exactly similar experience, but in a similar experience of functionality. And, so, in this post, we discuss six of the “most-coveted” iOS 5 functionalities that many Android users don’t know are already within their reach. Rather than arguing about which operating system is better, this post instead alerts Android users to the presence of apps and…

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is expected to bring in an overly improved user experience not just through an improved overall interface but also through refinements in Google Apps, two previews of which have been recently leaked–one for the Google+ app, the other for Google Music. In a nutshell, the updated apps reveal a more polished interface than previous versions. The refinements also make the apps interfaces more consistent with Google’s Web-based interface. Google+ used to call its messaging system “Huddle,” which shortly became “Messenger” thereafter. With the leaked ICS Android Package (APK) for Google+ that Android Police rounded…

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At the Google I/O conference recently held in San Francisco, Google unveiled their new music delivery service called Google Music. It’s a still-in-beta cloud-based server for music across various platforms, chief of which would be Google’s own Android smartphones and tablets. If you’re a stranger to Cloud Computing, it is simply a means of minimizing the need for data and hardware to exist on client devices – instead hosting the files and powerful hardware on large cloud servers for safekeeping. It’s key advantages are basically taking away the need for massive storage or powerful hardware on devices – chief of…

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Google is set to debut its new Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system this week at a press event, so what does that mean for music fans and the experience of Google Music? Let’s take a look at some of the ideas floating around on what we’re likely to see, and how Android 3.0 could revolutionize your music experience. What Would You Like to See? Android 3.0 was built for tablet, as well as Android mobile phones, so we’ll get a touch screen experience with a number of different apps. Some of the apps we’ve seen and have been using will…