Top 8 Android Apps for Education Alright, time to put down the Angry Birds and put your Android to better use. Whether you're currently in school or just seeking a little self-improvement, a plethora of Android apps are just waiting to enhance your knowledge base, expand your skill sets, improve your memory and more. We've picked a few of the top applications in a number of categories, including math, music, geography, astronomy. Take a look at these apps, and in the comments, let us know which ones you already use to keep your most powerful organ in top shape. (And to all you teens trying to convince your parents that buying you an Android smartphone is a good idea, you're welcome.) Interested in more Android resources?
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Partners - DJ Patil About Dr. DJ Patil is currently a Data Scientist in Residence at Greylock Partners. He has held a variety of roles in Academia, Industry, and Government. These include, the Chief Scientist, Chief Security Officer and Head of Analytics and Data Products Teams at the LinkedIn Corporation. Additionally he has held a number of roles at Skype, PayPal, and eBay. As a member of the faculty at the University of Maryland, his research focused on nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory and he helped start a major research initiative on numerical weather prediction.
Must Have Apps for Google Nexus 4 Hiya everyone. This type of thread isn't new to XDA as it's on almost every device fora, but I decided to bring it over here aswell. I'm going to share the most useful applications to have on a Google Nexus 4 and would like you to share your must have apps. If an app gets mentioned by numerous people, that isn't on this list, I'll be sure to add it. Nexus 4 tested and approved apps Section FauxSound Audio/Sound - Total Control to boost your Audio Amplifier Gain to help clean up audio distortions! General Must have Apps for Nexus 4 Sygic: GPS Navigation - High quality TomTom maps stored on your Android (no internet connection needed!) Many thanks goes out to KidCarter93 for allowing me to share his thread here to... On a side note more apps will be added in the coming days so stay tuned for more goodies..Will be adding more apps that i use as well and find useful and just like my other thread wanna compile the most used apps on your handset.
Dolphin Mobile Browser Gets Voice-Control Feature for Android Dolphin Browser for mobile devices received a voice-control feature on Wednesday for Android users, allowing them to search the Web with just their voices. The new feature — called Dolphin Sonar — allows you to open new tabs by speaking to the browser, and it can even search within sites. For example, saying "Facebook Justin Bieber" will display his Facebook profile. The speech recognition feature is available for free in the Android Market via the Dolphin for Android version 7.4 update. To activate the feature, tap the microphone icon at the bottom of the screen or shake the device, and start talking. “Our gesture-based browsing function was a game-changer in terms of the way people browse on their mobile devices, and Sonar is the logical next step,” said Yongzhi Yang, CEO of MoboTap, the makers of the Dolphin Browser. SEE ALSO: Dolphin Launches Gesture-Based Browser for the iPad Dolphin Sonar is not yet available for iOS devices. Have you tried the Dolphin browser?
Massive Digital Creative Agency One Young World One Young World is a not-for-profit organization which provides opportunities for young adults to join in a global network of socially committed individuals with leadership potential. Its primary activity is an annual One Young World Summit. The One Young World Summit brings together the young generation’s brightest and best to ensure that their concerns, opinions and solutions are heard. From there, they take action, driving positive change in their communities, companies and countries. More countries are represented at the annual One Young World Summit than any other global youth event other than the Olympics. Since One Young World’s birth in 2010, there have been four Summits. The inaugural Summit took place in London, UK on February 8–10, 2010. The Summit is facilitated by high profile counselors who have excelled in their various fields and range from politicians, activists, founders and CEOs to musicians, models and chefs. 2012 Summit 2011 Summit Counselors
The First 42 Tips And Tricks to do with your New LG Nexus 4 — The LG Nexus 4 is perhaps the best Android smartphone of the year 2012, we can even imagine it’s high demand by the fact that the Nexus 4 stock keeps on getting finished on the Play Store and other retailers. If you are one of those lucky people who managed to get the Nexus 4 then we have a perfect piece for you because mentioned here under are the top 42 best things which must be done with the LG Nexus 4. These are the bestt tips and tricks for your new Nexus 4 and you have to give them a try, and if you dont trust me your not getting the full out of your Nexus 4. Dont forget to say thanks at the end of the post - 1. The first thing to do is ofcourse to put the battery and simcard, but if you are a noob we have a tutorial for you which will guide you how you can insert simcard on your Nexus 4. 2. Google Now which is the Google’s Siri is only available on Jelly Bean hitherto, it’s not official on ICS or Gingerbread and below. 3. 4. Fix LG Nexus 4? 5. . 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
Skitch for Android Update: Maps, Save to SD Card and More Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 29 Feb 2012 Comment We have a great Skitch for Android update for you today (1.4). The latest version adds the ability to annotate a map, save sketches to your SD card and more. Here’s the latest: Get Skitch for Android now Maps in Skitch Skitch is great for eliminating ambiguity: draw attention to a person in a photo or point out where that new sofa should go. Using the map feature is a two-step process. It’s the ideal way to highlight a great camping spot or illustrate a walking path. Save to the SD card This is one of our most requested features. Move your text We also made it easier to add and move text. And more… Besides these new features, we’ve we’ve also fixed a bunch of bugs and improved the app’s stability. Upgrade for features to help you live and work smarter. Go Premium
Jean-Marc Denis - Product Designer Sparrow Email client for Mac • Website • Video • Mac Appstore Echofon Alternative Icon • Website • Download Icon Google Chrome • Website • Download Icon Wikipedia David Robert Jones (born November 9, 1966) is a former CEO of Havas and Havas Worldwide (formerly known as Euro RSCG Worldwide), and cofounder of global youth forum One Young World. He is author of Who Cares Wins: Why Good Business Is Better Business (Pearson/FT Publishing, November 2011) and the founder of the Social Business Idea. David Jones was born and educated in North West England and holds business degrees from Fachhochschule Reutlingen and Middlesex Business School. Fluent in German and French as well as his native Welsh, he began his career as an account executive at BDH Manchester (now TBWA) before moving to JWT in Paris and then Lowe Europe. Jones’ career with Havas began in 1998, when he was appointed CEO of Euro RSCG Australia at age 32. In 2011, Jones expanded his position to encompass the entire Havas network, including Havas Media. In advance of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen in 2009, David Jones was asked by former U.N.
How to Enable the Hidden 4G LTE Feature on Your Google Nexus 4 When the specs for Google's Nexus 4 came out, most critics were more than thrilled. A very fast processor, lots of RAM, a big display with very high resolution, and an 8MP camera made it the media darling of the smartphone world. It climbed the ranks of the best smartphones available, but couldn't quite reach to the top due to one reason—no 4G LTE. Samsung's Galaxy S III and Apple's iPhone 5 both come with 4G LTE, so why couldn't the LG Nexus 4? When the phone finally came out, it was taken apart by many popular websites, as is the norm with new any new device. iFixit found that the phone does actually come with a 4G LTE chip, but couldn't function because of the missing 4G LTE radio.
How I would change the Galaxy Note PhoneDog Media ExclusiveDownload iM5, now available in the App Store and Google Play. iM5 is a PhoneDog Media backed Social Platform to inspire real-life action through the crowdsourcing of ideas. See the video I've been talking a lot about the Galaxy Note lately. It's nothing new, I know. So far, I absolutely love the Galaxy Note. Here are the things I would change about the Note if I could: Larger display with on-screen buttons It's funny, really. The Galaxy Note obviously doesn't come with Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. It's not that the buttons are bad. Button and port placement I hate to keep referencing the Galaxy Nexus, but with the Nexus, the button and port placement was perfect. Of course, unlike Nokia's Lumia devices, the button placement on the Note is very similar to the button layout on the Nexus. Also, I have always preferred the audio jack to be on the bottom of a phone rather than the top. The ability to make the display dimmer Luckily, I have found a few fixes.