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Why Mobile Responsive Websites are the Key to the Future

More than ever, business is going mobile. Gone are the days of working traditional hours while being chained to your desk – you can now complete transactions and browse websites at any time of day or night thanks to the growth in mobile technology. As business needs are changing, due to our 24-hour society, mobile responsive sites are leading the way in website development. Not only does this provide your customers with increased flexibility, it’s also beneficial to you as a business – with search…

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Pocket

15 tricks for Pocket: Make the most of the app to save everything you see on the internet

One of the best Android apps is Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later. It is an essential tool to be able to organize the information that we see on the internet, saving it quickly and having it accessible when we need it. It is also very complete and it is worth doing a review of various Pocket tricks and options to make the most of it. Pocket allows you to store all kinds of links, customize the reading, listen to your own texts, read…

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Applications with Material Design

13 applications with Material Design interface that you have to try

Three years ago Android 5.0 Lollipop marked a turning point for Google’s mobile operating system thanks to Material Design, the interface that still remains a reference thanks to the fact that it has not stopped evolving in all this time. Material Design has made most Google Play applications follow the Google design guide to provide the user with a common user interface and experience on Android, but this does not mean that all applications are the same.

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Photography and Android

Photography and Android: Vintage Photo Filters

The camera, you know, is one of the most used functions of the smartphone. From the casual user to the ingenious freak, nobody is immune from the need, completely human, to document and capture the special moments of their life. There are those who use it too much and those who use it little, those who are content with what they find and those who consider it a determining factor for the purchase of a new smartphone. There are also those who take pictures with…

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Samsung Health 6.0

Samsung Health 6.0 comes with greater customization, accessibility and integration

Samsung Health, the Samsung application focused on health and wellness that was born in 2012 as S Health, has exceeded 500 million downloads and already has more than 65 million active monthly users worldwide . If version 5.0 placed special emphasis on social functions, Samsung Health 6.0 aims to offer a more personalized and interactive platform.

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Blog Compass: This is the new app to manage WordPress or Blogger that Google is testing in India

Does anyone remember Blogger? Yes, it is Google’s platform to create your own blog. A tool that has been totally outdated and relegated to oblivion. However, social networks continue to have a lot of pull and it is strange that a company like Google so focused on information does not have a clear strategy in this sector. Today they present novelties, but as you can anticipate, it is not a revolution either. From India we present Blog Compass, a new Google application where we can…

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Video Applications For Android

17 Video Applications For Android: Slow motion and Editors with Effects

The mobile camera is one of the most important components. In addition to taking pictures we can also record with her and for that reason today we bring you the best video applications for Android. A collection with which we hope you get the most out of this photographic use of the smartphone. We will see from slow motion applications, video editors to add effects and the most fun applications to record with the mobile.

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Google Wear OS

Google will start reviewing all apps for Wear OS uploaded to Google Play

After a period of uncertainty about the future of Android Wear, it seems that it is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel since the project became Wear OS. Now Google has announced that it will review all apps that are published on Google Play intended for Wear OS. The objective is to increase the quality of the apps offered in the Google store for this type of devices, making sure that they meet a series of minimum requirements to guarantee that they will work correctly in…

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camera applications

The best camera applications for professionals of photography

To make a good photo you need several ingredients. The most important is a good photographer behind who follows the essential advice. Other keys are a good phone that has a good camera and good lighting conditions. If we put all this together we can surely squeeze our smartphone to take photos, but let us recommend a last item that can be of great help. Here we bring you the best professional photography applications for Android.

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ES Disk Analysis

ES Disk Analysis, new application to free space on your Android

ES Global, the brand behind ES File Explorer, is not going through its biggest moment of popularity after launching some updates that added dubious utility tools like Charging Boost, although it has other applications on Google Play, such as this tool to release space on your mobile. This tool is called ES Disk Analyzer, a kind of spin-off of the ES File Explorer scan function for those who do not need a file manager or have sworn to the known application. The application comes with some interesting addition, such as the…

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