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Monday, July 30, 2012

5 most famous video streaming apps for android to enjoy various videos without limit

Well, today's topic is not about how to stream video from your Android phone to TV or from computer to your phone. It's just about the apps for online video watching. Maybe you are keen on watching different kinds of videos from worldwide, and really enjoy the online videos with your computer. But now, you can use your Android phone to enjoy the online videos anywhere, only with one app from the 5 apps which I will introduce to you.

Hulu Plus (Rated: 3.0)

Hulu Plus. Unlimited Instant Streaming (Subscription Required). Hulu Plus supports select phones running Android 2.2+ and select tablets running Android 3.0+ in the United States. If you are the fan of Hulu, I think you will be so disappoint to this app. Many people feedback that this app havs some troubles in video playing and devices supported. Be cautious.

Watch the full current season of popular shows including Modern Family, The Office, Family Guy, and many others
Enjoy classic series including Lost and Battlestar Galactica
Resume watching from where you left off on your TV or other supported device
Watch over WiFi, 3G, and 4G

Thursday, July 26, 2012

How to get started with Google Now

As you navigate your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-stocked phone or tablet, you might come across a new, built-in feature called Google Now.

Often mislabeled as a Siri competitor, Google Now is not an intelligent voice recognition service. Instead, it's a built-in assistant that serves up Google search-based answers to voiced questions.

Google Now also tries to give you those answers before you even pose a question by predicting the data you want, based on your search history.

Voice search and shortcuts

To access Google Now, swipe up from any screen. Whether you're in the browser, at a home screen, or anywhere else, you'll always be able to call up Google Now by swiping up from the bottom edge of the screen.

At the top of the Google Now interface, you'll see a standard search bar. Here you can type your search term, or say, "Google" to activate voice search. Once you say "Google" you can perform a search, or use one of these search shortcuts.

With some searches, like for sports teams and definitions, Google Now will "speak" the found data out loud. (For a demo, watch the video above.)

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Android apps of London 2012 Olympic Games to get all about the games (Update)

As we known, the quadrennial Olympic Games will be hold in London on July 27th, 2012. If you were the big fan of sport, or you really cared about how those athletes challenged themselves, how many prizes you loved athletes would take, but you don't have so much time to spend in the front of TV and computer. I think you can use these 2 Android apps to get all news and results from Olympic Games immediately. They are come from official. And the other apps from third party can also provide you full information. You can use some apps to watch live with your android devices.

Official Apps:

The first one is London 2012 Join In App. This Join In app is rich in data. The initial download is 8MB, but the app requires approximately 60-80MB once fully installed. Some data will download on demand, such as overlay maps, for which a data connection is required. Phones with limited memory and disk space may experience degraded performance. Please scroll down for handset compatibility.

Friday, July 13, 2012

How to disable your Android phone add the new icon on home screen after installing app

Actually, it's a common situation there is a new icon added on your screen after you installed a new app. But it doesn't always come out. Sure it can come in handy, but it also can be pretty annoying. Now, let's me told you how to disable it on the Android devices.

Disabling the auto-add widgets (or shortcuts) feature is easy.

  1. Launch the Google Play Store on your Android device.
  2. Tap on Menu and then Settings.
  3. Uncheck the box next to "auto-add widgets."

Easy enough. Now, you can install apps, be it from the Google Play Web site, or through the Play Store app on the device itself and not have to worry about your home screen(s) being cluttered up with your latest downloads. If you love auto add shortcut on screen, you can go back into Settings in the Play Store and turn it back on. Will I told you actually I read this article from CNet? Obviously NO!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Manage your Android phone from computer now

Today I will introduce you a PC tool which named SnapPea. It's a powerful tool for you to manage your Android devices just like manage android apps, contacts and send message from your computer. And what's more, this is a freeware to use, and have become the most popular Android device management tool in China.

What SnapPea can do for you?

1. Manage your Android from your PC
Organize your contacts, music, and pics from the comfort of your desktop. Transfer any file in the blink of an eye.

2. Download apps for FREE
Download thousands of apps for your Android, instant and free of charge. Current content partners include 1Mobile and TED talks, with more are on the way.

3. Save your data plan
Apps download to the desktop, so you no longer need to worry about your mobile data plan.

4. Text message from your computer
Send text messages from a full-size keyboard, without touching your phone.

5. Import your iTunes music
Importing your iTunes library to your Android is just a click away. Don't leave home without your music ever again.

Click here to check whether your device be supported or not.

If you are interested in this software, just click here to download it.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

3 best android call blocker apps to keep annoying from you

As we know there is a function with Android, that is call blacklist to block someone's call which you wanna ignore it. But I think that function is not so easy to use. To black list a caller, press the "Menu" button, from the main screen. Then select "Settings" and then "Call Settings." Scroll to the bottom of the list and select "Black List." Click "Add Phone Number" and then you can either manually type in a phone number in the text box or you can click on the silhouette icon along the right of the text box and select an entry from your contact list. Click "OK" to finish. Actually, I think with the help from some powerful apps, you can block the call or SMS much easier than this operation. OK, let's check those 3 top call blocker apps from Google Play.

3. Call Blocker (Rated: 4.3)
The latest Call Blocker with Premium features will be a good call filter just for you. We now support Chinese,English, German,French,Portugal and Spanish languages.

Block unwanted calls now and protect your privacy. Now with better developed features, you will no longer need to worry about privacy leak. Protect your private info 24x7.

Monday, July 2, 2012

3 great Android switch apps to control your data and power with only one click

Well, today I go to Google Play and searched with various of keywords. Because I want to find out some really good apps. And I picked out 3 great switch apps to turn on or off some data and power section with only one click. Android have such kind of default widget also, but I think it's so limited. We need the widget can control everything what we can controlled with our Android phone. OK, let's check them now.

Power Controls (Rated: 4.6)

An free advanced power control widget without ADs.

Here contains the following toggle options:
Wifi, Mobile Data (3G/4G), 2G/3G toggle (2-Click), WiMax (4G for EVO), Bluetooth, Bluetooth discovery, Data Sync, Airplane Mode, Screen Auto Rotate, Wifi Hotspot, Volume toggle, GPS* (shortcut to gps settings), Four brightness modes (low, mid, high, and auto), Auto brightness, Flashlight, Screen Always On, USB Tether, Screen Timeout toggle, Battery info, Multimedia buttons (play/ next track/ prev track), Multimedia mute, NFC, Custom application shortcut
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