First, SoundHound introduced the Hound Beta. And then Microsoft’s Cortana for Android Beta got leaked. For me, the era of using the same voice search app has ended. I used to Google app for all my voice related stuff 24/7 and now there are 3 voice search assistant apps which is kinda hard to chose from, but after assembling the pros and cons I have picked and arranged them. So let’s pick what’s the best, shall we?
These past weeks I have switched from a couple of ROMs to another, and every time I flash a ROM, there is a certain hole that is left in my Android. A void that cannot be filled without some certain apps. Today I’d like to give you a list of all those apps. The list is not that huge. These are just simple apps that I’ll always carry around backed up.
There wasn’t a huge release of apps during June but there are some noticable apps that you might want to try out. And without further typing I’ll tell you all about the apps. Continue reading
Well, here’s a video on the apps from the YouTube channel EXPLORE GADGETS Continue reading
Because of Android’s massive array of supported smartphones that carry vastly different display sizes and resolutions, the operating system uses a value known as DPI to determine the size of icons and visual assets that will best suit a given screen. Continue reading
Each month the vast and popular Google Play store updates and introduces new apps for us to tinker and play with. The apps include various categories such as Photo & Video, Social Networking, Productivity so it might be difficult to figure out which apps to download so we’re here to help you choose. And this time the for June 2015, the best five free apps are: Continue reading