Tag Archives: Android

RAM-and-battery-optimizers

Why you should not install RAM and battery optimizers on your Android?

Not long ago, a friend asked me why his OnePlus X was going extremely slow and with a lag considerably. Just watch your device, I noticed how the ROM installed, after asking a popular Chinese website, brought a considerable amount of applications pre-installed. Three of them had been the trigger to slow your phone: 360 Security, Clean Master and Doctor Battery. In addition to these, the Google Play Store is home to a multitude of applications focused on the same, to reduce RAM consumption and…

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Microsoft

Microsoft Selfie is updated to Android devices for when Windows Phone

When we talk about companies like Apple, Google or Microsoft, what concerns us, often and mistakenly we think that it is corporations that focus only on their own products and nothing is further from reality, at least not in a world overall like this. And is that to maximize benefits when they tend to throw its tentacles into other platforms. Thus we see Google applications for iOS, iOS for … well, in this case is more difficult although iTunes for Windows can be an example…

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11 new features of Android Google Allo 2.0

Google Allo has fulfilled its first month of life, and to celebrate nothing better than brand new version. The intelligent messaging application Google jumps to version 2.0. Most of the new features of Google Allo 2.0 find them within the settings of the application and related support Nougat Android (7.0 and 7.1). The 11 most important innovations of Google Allo 2.0 are…

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Android applications

Seven Android applications to adapt elderly

The technology reaches everywhere and all segments of age, and more and more. The problem is that once developers rarely take into account the elderly when designing their applications. Fortunately, Android has some tricks up its sleeve to improve the accessibility of the system. While maybe your grandfather is handled in WhatsApp better than me (and, if applicable, offered health) other many older people have trouble handled by the system, which is too “complicated” have text too small that trouble reading or volume is not…

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Snapseed

Snapseed for Android: White balance, perspective and filter face are some of its new products

Update after update Snapseed continues to prove he is still king among photo editors for our Android devices. Not to improve with each new version launching, adding new tools and features. A few weeks ago we allowed [add beautiful text to your photos] (Snapseed for Android now lets you add beautiful text on your photos now in its upgrade to version 2.9 introduces two new tools, a new filter and a new option to save images at the highest quality.

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Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go is here, we tell you how to install it on your Android

Lovers Pokémon saga is in luck is that the game Pokemon Go finally comes to our phones. The popular game Niantic has landed on Google Play and the App Store, but is currently only available in a few countries among which are Australia and New Zealand. We do not know how soon spread to other regions, but do not despair. If your mobile is an Android you can start hunting Pokémons. We tell you how todownload and install Pokémon Go on your smartphone.

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Android

Do SoC manufacturers blame fragmentation in Android?

Although since the beginning of Android there is debate on whether or not fragmentation is a problem, it is clear that the dispersion of versions and how slow they move the new versions is a fact. As an example we could say that Android Kit Kat, presented in October 2013 and replaced by Android Lolipop in October 2015 (although pre-released in May 2015 as Android L developer) still is in a third of the Android circulating the world. The latest version of Android, Marshmallow, submitted six months ago, it is only 4.6%…

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Emoji

How to install the new Android Emoji N Preview 2 in (almost) any Android?

Are you dying to enjoy the new emojis introduced in the last Preview Android N? Do your conversations are nothing without introducing bacon, paellas or facepalms? Fear not, the community comes out once a rescue trestles to any mobile with Lollipop or higher, but expects that no fine print. Install the new emoji, based on Unicode 9.0 is not difficult, but there are several prerequisites that must be reckoned with. Besides having Lollipop Android 5.0 or higher, you need to set up a recovery mode (e.g. TWRP) which means that your phone is rooted. But wait, that there’s more:…

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Android is safer than iOS

Android is safer than iOS

Android does not stand out mainly for being considered one of the safest in the world operating systems. In fact, it is one of the reasons why this system is criticized both when compared with iOS. However, the fact is that, in fact, could be talking about an operating system that is safer than Cupertino. Eric Schmidt gives headline to this article. Who has been CEO of Google for their golden years, and now holds the position of Executive Director, she said a week ago…

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