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Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki is a passionate writer with a love for all things dev related. He's also a major part of our health/fitness-related reviews and features.

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What is Google Fuchsia? Is this the new Android?

Fuchsia is a mysterious new OS that Google has been working on for the last couple of years. Here's what you need to know about it.
Adam SinickiJune 15, 20191137 shares

10 signs that the phone you’re considering is junk

Not every smartphone can be a winner! Here are our tips to help you look out for signs of a bad smartphone.
Adam SinickiJune 15, 20191038 shares

Red Magic 3 review: Great value in a fun phone

This Red Magic 3 is aimed squarely at gamers and packs a real punch along with some very unique features.
Adam SinickiJune 11, 2019107 shares

Introducing Gradle for new Android developers – The master builder

This post provides an introduction to Gradle - the build tool used by Android studio to package projects into APKs ready for release.
Adam SinickiJune 2, 2019211 shares

Android developer news and features round-up: May 2019

Android developer news from May 2019. Everything you need to know from Google I/O. Plus Play Store changes, CameraX, Android Studio 3.5, Kotlin, and more.
Adam SinickiJune 1, 2019

Is the Pixel 3a what Google Pixel should have been from the start?

Are these Nexus-like phones what Pixel was always meant to be?
Adam SinickiMay 29, 2019145 shares

Alcatel 3 review: Extremely average

In this Alcatel 3 review, we take a look at an affordable mid-ranger from Alcatel. It looks shiny, but its features leave a little to be desired.
Adam SinickiMay 17, 201974 shares

Android developer news and features round-up: May 2019

A round up of all the Android development news from April 2019 going into May. Featuring: Android Studio 3.4, Unity 2019.1, and Android Q Beta 2.
Adam SinickiMay 5, 2019110 shares

AR vs VR: what’s the difference?

Do you know your augmented reality from your virtual reality? In this post, we'll define AR vs VR and look at some other concepts like mixed reality and XR for good measure!
Adam SinickiMay 1, 2019186 shares

Developing for foldable devices: What you need to know

This article explains how to develop for foldable devices. Support app continuity and mult-resume, and test it out with a host of emulators and options!
Adam SinickiApril 28, 20191493 shares
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