50 Samsung Galaxy S3 tips and tricks - Opinion. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most feature-packed gadgets of the year.
It can do so much that it’s impossible to get your head around everything it's capable of in a few days. We’ve spent an age with the phone, and are here to share what we've found. If you want to get to know your Samsung Galaxy S3 a bit better, check out our round-up of the 50 juiciest tips and tricks for the Android giant. Think we've missed something? Drop us a line in the comments. Autodesk SketchBook | Apptastic. The Autodesk® SketchBook® apps-for Android, iPhone/iPod touch, and iPad-are professional-grade paint and drawing apps offering natural sketching tools and a streamlined and intuitive user interface.
Full-screen workspace with UI-on-demandMulti-touch navigationMultiple layers – transform and duplicate layersDynamic symmetric drawingMultiple levels of undo and redoHigh-quality brushes and tools, including pencils, pens, and markersSmooth brush strokingSynthetic pressure sensitivityColor wheel and customizable color swatches Like this: Like Loading... 10 Awesome Android Uses. 50 Free Android Apps Being Used In Education Right Now. Added by Katie Lepi on 2012-10-10 I’ll admit it.
I’m a fan of Apple products. But that doesn’t mean I don’t yearn for some of the fabulous features on Android phones too. Until the day when Apple and Google merge (ha!) , we’re left with a split marketplace of apps. Android Tips And Tricks. Taking a screenshot on every Android isn't the same.
But for most it's simple. Galaxy S III: Press the home button and power button at the same time. Galaxy Nexus: Press the power button and the volume down button at the same time. HTC One X, S, & V: Press the home button and power button at the same time. Droid Razr MAXX: Press and hold both the power key and down volume key for three seconds, or until you hear the camera shutter click. Directions Everywhere – On Android – Hello World – Google Maps. Worth Reading: Android security overview. 17 July 2012, 16:20 Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) has released an overview of Android's security features.
The document explains concepts such as the application sandbox, the permission management framework and inter-process communication. Android 4.0 Accessibility: Using the On-Screen Keyboard. Ice Cream Sandwich Accessibility Demo. Ice Cream Sandwich Accessibility Tutorial. New Sony Tablets, the Tablet P « Tech Stuff. On one of my other blogs I recently wrote about a fondness for gadgets from Sony.
Well it would appear that Sony are wanting to enter the Tablet market (again, anyone remember the Clié?) Sony have announced the Tablet P and the Tablet S. I wrote about the Tablet P in a previous blog post. 5 Android Apps to Turn Your Phone Into a Mobile Document Scanner - Summify. This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.
Even if you've done everything you can to banish paper from your office, those little white sheets can still creep up on you. You'll want to digitize those crinkly analog fugitives post haste, but you may not be keen on splurging for a scanner — especially when you're only taming the occasional receipt or intake form. The solution — wait for it — could be in the palm of your hand. Your Android smartphone has all the photographic and processing power you'll need to snap up those docs and get them into the cloud where they belong. Android malware activates itself through incoming calls. Goggles. There are some things that are hard to put in words, like a painting that you want to find out the artist of.
For searches like that, try Google Goggles -- it lets you search the web using photos that you've taken on your mobile phone. So just open the Goggles app on your phone, snap a photo of that painting, and find search results all about it. Sometimes pictures really are worth a thousand words. Best search queries Google Goggles works better with certain types of queries. WordPress for Android. Sky Map for Android. What is Sky Map?
Google Sky Map turns your Android-powered mobile phone into a window on the night sky. It will identify objects that appear in the sky and allow users to search for them. How can I get Sky Map? The app is available for download at the Google Play. iOS 4.3 Software Update. Introducing Nexus S with Gingerbread. The very first Android phone hit the market in November 2008.
Just over two years later, Android’s vision of openness has spurred the development of more than 100 different Android devices. Today, more than 200,000 Android devices are activated daily worldwide. The volume and variety of Android devices continues to surpass our wildest expectations—but we’re not slowing down. Android 2.3 Platform and Updated SDK Tools. Today we're announcing a new version of the Android platform — Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
It includes many new platform technologies and APIs to help developers create great apps. Some of the highlights include: Enhancements for game development: To improve overall responsiveness, we’ve added a new concurrent garbage collector and optimized the platform’s overall event handling. Comparison and Price of Google Nexus S and Apple iPhone 4. Here is a detailed Comparison of two mega phones in the high-end market being the Google Nexus S and Apple iPhone 4. The Nexus S is a recent entry in the market of smartphones and runs on Google Android 2.3 Operating system. I don’t think there is need for any introduction for the Apple iPhone, since it is the most wanted device in the premium handset market. This is the fourth version of Apple’s device and runs on the extremely popular iOS with a 1 GHz Apple A4 processor. Both the above handsets are super phones in their respective category of OS being the Google Android and iPhone OS (iOS).
Android@Home Lets You Control Your Lights & Appliances Wirelessly. Google has just unveiled the Android@Home framework, a set of protocols for controlling light switches, alarm clocks and other home appliances through any Android device. The search giant's ambitious plan intends to turn the home into one connected device. During a demo Tuesday at Google I/O in San Francisco, the company showed off the capability to control lights via an Android tablet. Google Launches Movies for Android. Google has unveiled Google Movies for Android, a new app that allows users to rent and play movies on their tablets or phones.
The news is an extension of Monday's announcement that YouTube is offering 3,000 additional movies for its on-demand rental service. Google revealed that it struck deals with Sony Pictures, NBC Universal and Warner Brothers for the rights to their movies. That vast movie library has now made its way to Android. Movie rentals will start at $1.99 and be available directly from the Android Market.