An Android smartphone is a powerful computing device. However, there are some things that a smartphone can’t do or can’t handle. That’s why we have desktops, after all. However, we just can’t lug a desktop around. It’s also a bit of a hassle when a home computer is processing something and the user has to do a regular check-up on it – which maybe impossible if the owner of the PC happens to be several hours away at work.
That’s why remote desktop apps were created. Designed to give users access to their home computer via the Internet using work computers, they’ve successfully been transplanted to more mobile platforms like [...]
Here’s a really useful app you might feel necessary for your smartphone: Smartr.
A while back, the app was already reviewed and downloaded by several Android and iOS users. However, they discovered that there was a monthly fee required for using the app. Thankfully, the developers of the app discovered that this is an inconvenience to many users. As a result, the app is now available for free on both platforms.
Smartr is actually an address book which collates information you have access to and blends them all together to create whole profiles for each one on your contacts list. Apart from looking at your address book, the app also gets data from Facebook, [...]
Following a successful app for iOS, the developers of Met Office have decided to take things to the next level—to Android smartphones and tablets. With the help of the app, Android users are now able to access the latest weather warnings and forecasts on the go.
By simply downloading the app, users get to save the weather information on multiple locations. Considering the app can be accessed 24 hours a day, this is perfect for those who are constantly traveling and are on-the-go.
The developer of the app, Mubaloo, has been in charged with its designs, build and tracking.
“It has been hugely enjoyable and a great privilege to design and develop the new Met [...]
For people who are having a difficult time making the switch from iOS to Android solely because of the unavailability of some apps, good news has just been announced! Thanks to the Appitalism App Concierge, users no longer need to go through the Android Market to download the apps they have purchased on Apple.
‘By extending our proprietary App Concierge technology, more than 250,000 additional Android apps can now be downloaded directly from Appitalism.com,’ said Simon Buckingham, Appitalism CEO. ‘Since App Concierge now supports both Apple App Store and Google Android Market apps from one destination, our customers who have, for example, an Android smartphone and an [...]
If you are one my readers, you will know that I usually start my reviews with a lecture of how the current society affects the way we do things. Yes, this is true. But, to manage these events, you are just going to need Tasks N Todos.
Tasks N Todos is a free application found in the Android Market. Its main purpose is to inform the mobile phone user that certain tasks, involving school, work and family should be completed before a selected due date.
For example, look at it as a grocery list. Yes, you have a complete list of all the items you will need in order to bust out an old family recipe for the holidays. But, you forgot it at home. With Tasks N Todos, it [...]
We don’t normally highlight all the paid apps that are offered for free on a daily basis from the Amazon App Store, but I felt this one was worth sharing with our awesome readers. OfficeSuite Pro 5, which is normally $14.99, is now only $0.00 on Amazon’s App Store. free! Head on over to the Amazon App Store and download it before its gone.
With OfficeSuite Pro 5 you’re getting the ability to create, edit and view MS Word and Excel documents, as well as the ability to view Powerpoint slideshows and PDF files. There’s Google Docs integration if you’re into that sort of thing. If you want/need an Office Suite and don’t want to pay for one, you might as well [...]
Quick Note is exactly what you think it would be, which is a little note app that gives you the ability to put notes, as widgets, to yourself on your User Interface (UI). You can either place a note on your UI, or in the app itself, which is more like a to-do list then sticky notes. When creating your note there are a few options you can adjust, for both the in app experience and for the way the widget is displayed itself. You can chose to customize colors, a few styles, font size, and the alignment. The only option difference between posting the note to your UI as opposed to posting it in the actual app, is that you can choose the grid size of the widget, ranging from 1×1 to [...]