From the clever developer who brought us Roundr comes an exciting new app called Switchr, which aims to provide an alternative to the Android multitasking method, and does so rather well.
Last month, Oct 11th, I raced to the local Bestbuy and grabbed Samsung's latest addition to the tablet family, the 2014 Note 10.1. The 11th was a Friday, great thing about buying gadgets on a Friday, you've got the whole weekend to play. So how'd it go you say? Let's talk a minute.
Swiftkey is definitely the best keyboard I have used. Others may prefer the likes of Swype, the stock Google JB keyboard, or minuum, but you can only imagine the excitement when I learned my favourite keyboard received another big update, which brings along many new features.
If you're anything like me, you've often spent time browsing through the MyColourScreen website, drooling over the plethora of different homescreens available, and of course, never getting round to replicate it. Luckily, MyColourScreen have a brought a new app which looks to solve this problem with one tap.
Well, October is here and that means a couple of things. One, we've pretty much seen all the tech goodies past, present and those in the release pipeline. Two, it's soon time to dawn those costumes of choice and hit the streets in search of sweet goodness. Hmm, wonder if there will be KitKats sporting Android goodness handed out this Halloween.
One of the major gripes I have with typing on phone is that certain keyboards work well in certain orientations, and changing the input method can be a real pain. However, Keyboard Manager is the app that aims to solve this problem...
The day the Microsoft-Nokia deal was signed, Nokia for all intents and purposes, ceased to exist. It became a division of Microsoft like Xbox, Hotmail, and Zune (you remember Zune, don't you? before it. However, several key talents from the Finnish company have came up with a new plan, to give Nokia/Android hopefuls what they really want, it's called Newkia.