October is finally here – the rumored release date of Android 4.4. And since many users are wondering if their device will be getting the latest update and whilst companies are still struggling to roll out official port of Android 4.3 for their devices, the guys at AndroPit compiled lists of names for which they believe will be the first.
What we can expect from the new KitKat 4.4. are some minor UI changes, while the … Continue reading
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Microsoft has released one of its casual games, Wordament. Android users can now challenge those on Windows Phone and iOS platforms. As the name suggests, it is a word search game similar to Scramble With Friends or Boggle, but it has a larger community. People around the world play the same puzzles and compete for the high scores on a single leaderboard.
The game looks and plays on Android the same as it does on the other platforms, and is pretty easy to pick up and get started with. You have … Continue reading
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Android OS lets you do a lot of interesting and fun things, from the basics like uploading your music collections and streaming them via Google Music. Or if you have root access you can backup your applications and even turn your LED camera flash into a flashlight. What about making your own font? Not a problem, with recently released unique application called MyRealFont.
How does it work?
This app lets you literally draw out your own font, either with … Continue reading
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Good ideas often lead to something productive and if properly cultivated they create an even bigger impact to all aspects of our lives. It is very important to keep track of our ideas no matter how silly they might be. A good and simple app like Idea Growr preserves your ideas and thoughs on your tablet or smartphone in an easy and sufficient way.
How does it work
When ideas pop into our minds, we usually store them in … Continue reading
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