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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Do You Need A Designed Android Phone For Games


As for the android smartphone, I think nobody don’t know it.You can install many apps through Google Play store.For the common users, you may it’s enough to use. But for the game lover, will you be excited there will be an android smartphone which is specially designed for games? A company called Play MG is doing this. And it is named as MG(No communication module).Android gaming system designed just for young people.  Now get more than 60,000 app games

MG supports to connect with wifi, born for games. It includes 4GB of built-in storage. If you think it’s not enough,it allows the maximum expansion to 64GB docking station to meet the stringent pursuit of the players for the game.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Best Android Trip App Help You to Explore


You may be total sure you are familiar with what is around you which I refer to scenery.Of course except for some Otaku. You know they seldom go out. But recently Google published an app which aims to help you explore something you don’t even notice around you. Don’t be afraid, the mysterious things are horrible. This app is developed for the idea that there must be some places of historical and legendary stories ignored by you. And you would rather not to go out if you stay in one place for a long time. But you would like to visit every place if you go another city for a tour.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Top Android Racing Games For Android Smartphone

The origin of the Sports car racing can dates back more than 100 years ago.The earliest racing games were held on the highway between the cities.Many riders lost their lives because of the great danger of the road racing, so then professional race track came into being for this.The first race was held in Paris in April 20, 1887.

May be you were the audience of one car racing game. I bet that the racer in racing suit attracted you. Especially the car speed in competition. You know that is very cool and you just have no idea how to express the passion and power the speed brings you. So men love cars.

Since you don’t get the chance to play such games in the spotlight. Then your android smartphone will help you to have a taste of the racing games.As for experience the racing car, you can’t miss those listed racing games. Only for them, you can fell that you are doing a racing game.(you can click the blue words to download the app you want to install)


It’s is a 3d racing game which get bullet physic engine support with realistic car physic effect.Tap screen to accelerate as much as you can, you should never drive so fast in real world !! The sound effects really sound like real life car sounds. Once you make a first move, you are surely addicted to it.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Best Calendar Apps for Android to Remind You The Day

What is this day today? How is the weather will be like?You may have such questions when you are out of from busy work or need to make a work plan.But what’s more important, don’t forget your girlfriend/boyfriend’s birthday, or you will be sorry for this, you know it is a unique day for you and her/he. Some good calendar are introduced to help keep this information. You will need it.If you would like to try, you can click the blue words to download.

1 Business Calendar Free

It gers 19,672 download at Google Play now.And Business Calendar is a complete calendar application that is synchronising with your Google calendars! It provides smooth scroll- and zoomable multi-day view for 1-14 days. Graphical and textual presentation in month, agenda, day and event view. If you think it’s not cool, you can configure widgets in different sizes for month, week, agenda and day view (3 design themes for each widget type). And need just to move your finger over some days of interest in month view to open them in the multi-day view.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Best Date Android Apps to Find Your Love Or New Friends

Are you in a relationship? Or Are you still single? Anyway, it doesn't bother to install a dating app on your android phone to meet some friends to have a date. Now the autumn is coming, it's a cool season to have an affaire. Now flirt with the boy or the girl who you like by these interesting apps.(you can click the blue words to download)

1 OkCupid Dating
You can register to use this free, Then broadcast your status and send messages to your potential matches. Don't forgert to upload photos which will help you find your girl quickly. You can customize your match search to find exactly what you are looking for. If you are a lazy donkey and let the site do the matching for you. It uses math and computers to get you dates; all you have to do is not screw it up.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Best Apps to Take Screenshots on Android Phone

We can take a screenshot on computer by adding plug-in components on the browsers we are using. Then we can copy or cut to save to share with friends. But if you want to do this on the android phone, is this possible? The answer is yes, you just need to install an app which enables you to do this. Now let’s get close to know what apps can do this to make a screenshot. You can learn how to make a screenshot on the android phone.(you can click the blue words to download the app)

1 Screenshot UX Trial
Before you use this app, make sure your phone is rooted. But some don’t need to be rooted like
- Gallaxy series (S,S2,...)
- HTC phones (Sensation, ...)
- Motorola (Atrix, ...).
- LG Optimus series (G2X, ...)

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Five apps to help you clean up your Android device

Takeaway: Keeping your Android devices clean will help free up space, prevent slowdowns, and ensure that you have enough system resources for smooth operation. you can download all the listed apps below at android market(market.android.com)

The Android platform is growing exponentially. Whether you’re using it on a smartphone or a tablet (or even indirectly, with the Chrome OS), Android is an outstanding operating system. It offers the flexibility of Linux and the user-friendliness of iOS. But like any platform, it can get to the point where it requires cleaning up. My personal phone recently enjoyed a complete system reformatting. It had become so bogged down with files and apps (mostly from testing and reviewing) that I was noticing a significant slowdown on all levels.

But even if you don’t have the time or the inclination to perform a full system restore, you can do some regular upkeep to make sure your system is clean. Here are five tools to help you do jus that.

1: Startup Manager
Startup Manager will intelligently monitor and analyze all system startup entries and help you safely disable undesirable applications or resources from starting. It shows you exactly whatapplications and processes are configured to run during system startup or login. Disabling is as simple as unchecking an item on the entry list. Startup Manager also provides details on an entry, which helps if you’re not sure what should be enabled or disabled. If you want a particular application to start at login, simply enable it from the Startup Manger tool and you’ll be good to go.

2: 1-Click Cleaner 
1-Click Cleaner does exactly what the name says. With a single click, you can instantly rid your phone of cache files, SMS, browsing history, calling records, and SD card files. Although you might not realize it, that precious space being used by temporary files can really put a hit on your system performance. Keeping temp files out of your system will go a long way toward keep your device running smoothly and responsively. 1-Click Cleaner is probably one of the easiest tools to use for cleaning up temp files on the Android platform. You can put an icon on the home screen or even set up 1-Click Cleaner to clean upon shaking the phone.

A Guide for Those New to Android on Trusted Apps & Avoid Viruses

Intro
This guide aims to provide the basic info most people want to know about the security of their phones, and when to download, and when not to download applications from the Android Market.

It's my hope that this will help people make more informed decisions and be safe about their application usage, privacy, and data. It is my firm belief that Android is a fundamentally safe platform. With some common sense, diligence, and the right knowledge of the potential threats, users can rest assured and enjoy their devices more thoroughly.

While most of these tips will apply to any of the new app stores and markets now available for Android, this guide is written specifically for Google's original Android Market.

Also, while this guide attempts to be as comprehensive as possible, there may be errors or misjudgments, or just opinions that are subjective. Please read it with the idea in mind that it's just a part of the information you may want to consider when downloading your apps.

Deciding what to download is ultimately up to you, and that's the most important thing you'll need to remember.

Background about Android The first thing when understanding the security of your phone is to know a little bit about what makes it tick. Android is a 'lite' version of Linux with most applications that you download from the market written in Java.
This is important to know because it means Android is very unlikely to ever get a 'virus' in the traditional sense. Part of the reason is because Linux is a fairly secure operating system that protects various parts of itself from other parts. This is similar to how Windows has admin accounts and limited user accounts. Because of this protection, applications downloaded from the market do not have access to anything by default. You must grant them permission for each activity they want to perform when they are installed. This is a very important point which we will address a bit later. Also due to some bad choices by Google, there are a few exceptions to this rule that we'll talk about in the permissions section.

Nevertheless, while Android is very unlikely to get a 'virus', that does not mean you are completely safe from 'malware', 'spyware', or other harmful types of programs.

Monday, July 23, 2012

8 Free Android Antivirus Apps

Google’s Android is fast becoming the most popular mobile OS in the world. The popularity of the Android OS attracts the attention of malware writers and virus engineers.
Every week we hear reports about fake Android apps. Just a few days after the launch of the Instagram Android App, cybercriminals have created fake versions with the purpose of earning money from unsuspecting users.
Keep malware off your Android phone using one of these 8 free android antivirus apps.

1. Norton Antivirus & Security
Norton™ Mobile Security Lite protects your mobile device against loss, theft and malware. Norton lends its anti-malware, anti virus, and security expertise to mobile. Your life and your important Stuff is on your phone. Keep it safe with Norton™ Mobile Security Lite for Android.

2. Mobile Security & Antivirus
Enjoy your device. We keep it safe. Protect your phone from viruses and save your battery life with Bitdefender Mobile Security and Antivirus. Because your smartphone is no good if you can’t use it.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet is the Best Way to Play Android Games

Your average Android phone is nice and portable, but the display sure is tiny. A full-sized Tegra tablet is a joy to work with, but a larger profile doesn't make for hours of comfortable gaming. With its seven inch 1280x800 HD display, Google's new mid-sized Tegra tablet is just the right size for hours of on-the-go gaming.

But what of Amazon's Kindle Fire, or Barnes & Noble's Nook? While both fall into the same size category and both are powered by Android, the Google Nexus 7 makes them look like children's toys.

Google has given the likes of Amazon and Barnes & Noble enough time to mutilate its operating system into something nigh-unrecognizable. It's time to show them how it's done, and the Nexus 7 does just that.

Customers flocked to the Nook and the Fire, seeking the safety of established brands to ease their entry into the world of tablet computing. The devices were loaded with restrictive front-end interfaces meant to keep new users away from the more complicated aspects of Android. Both feature a shop with a limited selection of games and apps, places to purchase books and videos; they're both very user-friendly.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Solutions to Common Android Wi-Fi Problems

Friends of mine who use an Android come over to me usually with problems related to their devices’ Wi-Fi connectivity. Moreover, it’s not a single isolated issue. There are all kinds of them they bring up.

I usually fix their problem after few troubleshoots but today while I was fixing a problem on my device, I realized that it could happen to any one — even to my readers on Guiding Tech. Hence we are going to discuss four of the most common Android Wi-Fi problems and see the probable causes and solutions to them.


Android Cannot Scan a Wi-Fi Network

Reason
There may be two reasons as to why your Android cannot scan a network automatically. The first reason may be that the network you are trying to connect to could be Ad-Hoc in nature. As most of the Android phones are not configured to work on Ad-Hoc networks but on access points, they don’t scan them.
The second reason may be that the Wi-Fi network you are trying to connect to might be hidden for security reasons.

Solution
By default, Android does not support Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi network but many developers patch the wpa_supplicant file on Android in order for them to work. If you do a quick Google search you will be able to find if there’s a fix available for your device but the fix can only be performed on a rooted phone. Furthermore, don’t forget to back up your original wpa_supplicant file if at all your phones goes into foreclose or boot loops.
If the problem is with the hidden network, you can try to add the network manually. In Android Wi-Fi settings open menu and tap to add a network manually. You must enter the correct SSID and authentication type and password in order to connect to the network. If both the credentials are correct, the Android phone will be able to connect to the network.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Best Android Tablet Apps

With the Nexus 7 now available, Android tablets are no longer poor iPad copycats. They're real, banging for your buck affordable and most importantly, really good. But to make it even better, you'll need to get some apps. Here are the best Android tablet apps.

A list of popular social apps          

PlumeSadly, the official Twitter app isn't exactly tablet friendly. Luckily, Plume, a highly customizable Twitter app, works well enough on Android tablets so you won't miss Twitter on your Android tablet.




FriendcasterFriendcaster for Facebook is a much better tablet app than the official Facebook app, as it gives you real time Facebook notifications and includes all your most-used Facebook features like status updates, photos, messages, events, groups, checkins and more.



IM+Optimized for tablets, IM+ is an IM app that lets you chat with your friends on AIM, Google Talk, Skype, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook chat and others. Free.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Take A Glance Of The Android Version History

Many android phone users may wonder that why android take dessert as the code for its system versions. This way to name the android system version starts by Android 1.5. The size of dessert which stand for each android version get larger, and order by the 26 words:Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread,Ice cream sandwich, Honeycomb.

Android 1.1 release time: April, 2009

Android 1.5 Cupcake release time:September, 2009

Android 1.6 Donut release time: 26, October, 2009

Android 2.1 Eclair

Android 2.1 Eclair

Android 2.1: Another main version update by an amazing speed in 26, October, 2009. It updates to Android 2.1 “Eclair.” The main character of Android 2.1:Enhance the speed of the hardware, More screens and resolution selection, User interface improved support for Exchange, Activity substantially improved wallpaper, virtual Bluetooth keyboard and Google map.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Turn your TV into an Android tablet

A number of devices that will turn your HDTV into a functioning Android tablet are slated to hit the market this year. The popularity and open source nature of the Android platform coupled with inexpensive hardware has given rise to a number of startups looking to turn ordinary TVs into smart TVs. These devices are mini-computers using cell phone microprocessors to bring the Android experience to TVs with HDMI ports.

No less than 3 startups, each promising to bring the Android platform to your TV, have been successfully funded through Kickstarter, the popular crowd-sourced funding platform. Pocket TV, OUYA, and Equiso Smart TV easily exceeded their funding goals. Pocket TV and Equiso are preparing for production and future shipments while OUYA is still in development.

Pocket TV, from the startup Infinitech, will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 1GHz ARM A9 processor with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory. A microSD slot will support an additional 32GB of memory. WiFi and Bluetooth are supported and the device will be capable of displaying a 1080p resolution. Prices start at $129 for the infrared remote Pocket TV and $149 for the gyroscopic, Wii-like remote with keyboard.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Just speak it: introducing Voice Actions for Android

Our mobile phones have become modern-day Swiss Army knives. An Android phone is a handheld computer, a music player, a notepad, a GPS navigation unit and more, all rolled into one sleek device that fits in your pocket. Today’s phones do so many things for us that sometimes we don’t even think about how we do them.


Even though our phones do all these new things, the most natural way of interacting with a phone remains what it always has been: speaking. And to that end, we’re pleased to introduce Voice Actions for Android. Voice Actions are a series of spoken commands that let you control your phone using your voice. Call businesses and contacts, send texts and email, listen to music, browse the web, and complete common tasks, all just by speaking into your phone.

To use Voice Actions, tap the microphone button on the Google search box on your home screen, or press down for a few seconds on the physical search button on your phone to activate the “Speak Now” screen. Let Mike LeBeau, the lead engineer for Voice Actions, show you in this video.

And of course, you can still conduct a Google search using your voice.

While we’re at it, we’re also releasing an updated version of the Google search widget for Android. When you type a local search query, like [italian restaurants] you’ll see suggested restaurants with addresses and ratings. Also, as you type queries, you can refine them further by tapping the pencil icon that appears to the right of search suggestions.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Best Android Apps to Turn Your Android Smartphone into a TV Remote Control



The television has always been a good stress reliever after a hard day’s work. It is just so relaxing to watch your favorite TV shows, or probably a movie or two.

The definition of TV nowadays has already evolved. With all these new technologies right now, TV has never been the same. Lots of things can now be done on your TV–things like video streaming, DVR, social networking, browsing the Web, and many others.

Now, imagine if you can extend features of your TV to your Android device, or better yet take control of your TV from your phone or tablet. That would be amazing, right? Sure enough, there are indeed ways for you to do this. Here are Android apps that are good companions to your TV relaxation.



If you have an HTPC (Home Theater PC) that runs the Boxee software, the Boxee Wifi Remote app will be a good companion. This Android app lets you navigate the Boxee user interface from your phone or tablet.





Xfinity Mobile is the Android app by Comcast. This app has a lot of features that enable users to manage their Comcast service on an Android device. TV-wise, it lets you manage your DVR recordings, browse for TV listings, and view notification alerts.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

HTC Legend Review: Frankly, It Feels Expensive

With HTC's upcoming crop of Androids, you'll be able to separate people into two distinct groups: those who spring for the brainier, better-specced Desire, and those who get bowled over by the beautiful, yet lesser-specced Legend.

The Desire (or Nexus One) is the final word in the Androidsphere—it's a mark of someone who knows what they're doing, who wants to show people they NEED that extra computing power. If you compare it to the Legend, you could be justified in saying Legend-salivators are more shallow, ignoring the might of a Snapdragon processor in lieu of a unibody aluminum shell and slim build.

You'd be wrong, however.

I Mean, It Is Just a Sequel

The internal upgrades are minor, when you consider it next to the HTC Hero, but like the Empire Strikes Back, sometimes sequels are far better than the original. While we found the Hero "tragically flawed" in its slugginess, the Legend's slightly more powerful 600MHz processor behaved—well, like a legend. The 3.2-inch screen has the same amount of pixels as the Hero, but swaps the HVGA for a more superior AMOLED. The 5.0-megapixel camera is still the same quality, but has the much-welcomed addition of a flash. You get the picture—the Legend is building on the Hero's quality in incremental upgrades, but every change, however minor, radicalizes the experience of using the Legend.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Free Apps For Android: Floating Widget v2.0

This lets you interact with any home screen widget while using any other app.
Widgets are no longer only for your home screen!Floating Widget lets you interact with any home screen widget while you’re using any app on your device.

Features:
Control your local or streaming music without leaving your current app
Have a sports scoreboard up while using your e-book reader
View a data usage widget in real time while using the app you’re testing
Have a clock on the screen while playing a full screen game
View CPU usage while you’re interacting with an app
Have the a traffic indicator widget always up while commuting
With Floating Widget, you can do all of these and more! Check the screenshots and embedded video for setup and examples.

Friday, July 6, 2012

How to Sync With Android

Google's Android is a software stack for mobile devices that features an operating system and applications. Thanks to Google's partnership with doubleTwist, the Android now has official syncing software. This software lets you import individual audtio tracks as well as entire playlists onto your phone. You can easily sync your Outlook or Yahoo contacts with your Gmail account, and subsequently your Android.

Instructions

1 Boot your computer and open an Internet browser.

2 Set up a free Gmail account, if you don't have one already. Sync your other email accounts with the Gmail account, importing your contacts and calendar by setting up Mail Fetcher.
To sync the accounts, click "Settings" at the top of the page with your Gmail open, then click the "Accounts and Import" tab. Click "Add POP3 email account" under the "Check mail using POP3" section. Enter the email addresses you'd like to access, then click "Next Step." Enter the correct server name and port (which you can find out from your other provider), as well as your password for each account. When you're finished, click "Add Account."

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Google’s New 3D Imagery Comes to Google Earth For Android, iOS Coming Soon

A few weeks ago, Google hosted a last-minute press conference in San Francisco to announce its new, highly detailed 3D maps. While many of us expected the company to actually launch the maps then, Google never announced actual launch date. Today, the wait is over, as the new version of Google Earth for Android (version 7.0) now offers access to the new 3D imagery. You can download the updated Google Earth for Android app from the Play store now.

Don’t get too excited, though. For the time being, only about a dozen cities feature these new 3D maps, including most cities in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as L.A., San Diego, Portland, Boulder, Charlotte, Tucson, Tampa and Rome, Italy (Rome being the only non-U.S. city that currently features the new 3D maps).
At a session at Google I/O today, Google also reiterated that these features will come to iOS “soon.”
Google says that it will continue to release more 3D imagery over the coming months. The plan, says Google, is to offer 3D coverage for metropolitan areas with a “combined population of 300 million people.”

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Jelly Bean Impressions: Android’s Most Important Update Yet



Android 4.1, or “Jelly Bean” as it’s nicknamed, is not an update full of showstopping features. You can gather that much from the version number, in which only the decimal has changed.
But don’t be fooled; Jelly Bean is arguably the most important new version in Android history.
More than ever, Google understands what it has to do to make Android a top-notch phone and tablet operating system for ordinary consumers, not just tech-savvy users. Instead of just piling on more features with Android 4.1, Google is focused on usability.

Don't get faked by Android antivirus apps


A chart from AV-Test's report showing the top 17 Android apps for malware detection. Red boxes mean the family of malware went undetected; orange through green indicates partial detection through full detection of the samples in a given malware family. App names are organized alphabetically.(Credit: Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt/CNET)

Updated Thursday, March 15, 2012, at 5:05 p.m. PDT: After complaints from some security app makers, AV-Test.org has published an updated report that raised scores for some apps.

If you're worried about Android malware, choose wisely. There's a good chance that your trusted security app does little to protect you, says a new report from independent testing organization AV-Test.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android 2.3 Gingerbread update now available

Few hours ago, we let you know that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was due to become available during this week.

And that it did. The update is now live. Sony Ericsson has all the details up at its website which specializes in updates (just go over there and select the Xperia X10 as your device).

The update brings many new features aside from the Gingerbread bits. Such things include Facebook inside Xperia (prevalent integration throughout the UI), app tray sorting (you can now arrange apps in the order you want them to be), Wi-Fi hotspot functionality, the music player now has an equalizer, USB tethering is now possible, and there’s a new photo widget which gives you one click access to the photo gallery app.



Friday, June 29, 2012

Android Ice Cream Sandwich: 10 Tips, Tricks, and New Features


There has been a lot of talk around the Internet about Google and questions as to why it hasn’t yet provided an upgrade for Android users in the latest release of its Ice Cream Sandwich. In general, the complaints revolve around companies being slow in releasing updates to the different formats at the same time. I feel that these complaints are justifiable and I can understand why users are frustrated. However, for those of us who can enjoy Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich, here are a few new features that have been added.

Invert Screen Rendering

Screen rendering inversion allows me to change the background of my Kindle application to black and the text to an easy-to-read shade of blue. This feature makes it easier to read my Kindle apps at night, and is now a standard component of ICS; you can access it by going into the browser’s setting tab and accessibility area.
Within this feature you are also given the opportunity to change the Contrast setting, which can benefit anyone who finds the default colors not to their liking.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Android 4.1, Jelly Bean: Hands-on impressions

You may still be salivating for Ice Cream Sandwich, but today, there's a new Android dessert in town.

Google officially took the wraps off of Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, at its Google I/O developers' conference this morning. The new OS will ship on the Nexus 7 tablet also announced this week; it's scheduled to roll out to the Galaxy Nexus and Motorola Xoom in July (though upgrades for the Verizon versions of those devices, as you'd expect, will likely take longer due to Verizon's involvement). The Nexus S is also confimed to get the Jelly Bean upgrade at some point in the near future.

I've been spending the afternoon using Jelly Bean on both the Nexus 7 tablet and a GSM Galaxy Nexus phone. Here are my first impressions:

Android 4.1 is a refinement -- not a ground-shifting upgrade.


Ice Cream Sandwich was a massive upgrade to the Android platform. Jelly Bean is far more incremental. It's really more akin to the Froyo to Gingerbread (2.2 to 2.3) upgrade than the Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich (2.3 to 4.0) bump.

That said, Android 4.1 is certainly not insignificant. It has some powerful performance enhancements and some sweet new features, too.

Android 4.1's performance improvements are definitely noticeable.

Google calls its Jelly Bean performance push "Project Butter" because it's meant to make everything run more smoothly than ever. Based on the time I've spent testing Android 4.1 so far, the buttery name is well earned.

So what's "Project Butter" all about? Take a deep breath: Google improved the system frame-rate and display refresh signal and also developed a new touch input system that anticipates where your fingers will land and gives the CPU an extra shot of power when you touch the screen. Blah, blah, blah -- that's all geek speak. What matters is that Jelly Bean is like ICS, only noticeably smoother and faster.

Similar Apps like Aple Siri for Android Smartphones For free

We get to know that iPhone 4S and iPad(3rd generation) get the the feature Siri. We can see the definition information for the Wikipedia that Siri is an intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator which works as an application for Apple's iOS. The application uses a natural language user interface to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform actions by delegating requests to a set of Web services.

                       
Siri make apple users's electronic life more easier. Siri takes place of some typing job from the hands, what the apple users need to do is open their mouth and speak. Android users may want to ask: is there an app like siri for my android smartphone?Yes, there are. Some developers do make it! And there are not only one. I would like to introduce them to you.

                         1 Google Voice Actions

                       

Google's free Voice Actions assistant--part of its Voice Search utility--demands a more consistent approach. Except for playing music,it can send texts and email, make calls, map a location, give directions, write a note, search the Web, and go to a specific site.if you use this app, you have to employ Google's set phrases.For example, you have to say "Listen to james blunt" rather than "Play james blunt." to play music. Google's app is somewhat more limited in what it can do, too.

                                2 Vlingo

                        
Vlingo doesn't rely exclusively on Google's voice recognition system is one of the few Android assistants. Although Vlingo gets its own home-grown processing. My suggestion is to stick with Google.You can find Vlingo's voice recognition disappointing after trying. Vlingo can send tweets and update your Facebook status, but it couldn't perform a number of functions.

                                  3 Jeannie

                           
Jeannie is for free, but it gets a plus version for $3. If i ask Jeannie to send a message, it asked for the recipient's name, but then just switched me to the texting app without beginning the text or adding the name of the recipient. That's not good. Jeannie doesn't do things to show you how, only result, but it can help you surreal information if you ask it about something

You can download these form android market.These are three main similar siri apps for android smartphone. We can see each of them get their advantage and disadvantages. If you dont know which one to choose form, you can download three of them for a try to find the one that's are suitable for you. Any apps cant satisfy everybody, and the developers are fixing the occur problems by updating its version. I think more excellent similar siri or other apps will rich our fun for playing android phone.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

best live wallpapers for android phone download free

A lot guys may be looking for some excellent images. But there quite a lot these kind of things, you may hope there a site or whatever gets a collection of nice android wallpaper.Now this post lists some really nice free live wallpaper for android, you can download these wallpapers for your android phone free.

1 The coloured night


Sunday, June 24, 2012

Microsoft's First Android Game "Kinectimals" Released


Microsoft has launched "Kinectimals" for Android after releasing this Xbox game for iOS. The company also released Xbox Live for Android recently.
Kinectimals had been released for Windows 7 and iOS for quite a while and now Microsoft made its debut in Android with this game. For those who do not know much about this Xbox game, it's a game where people get to raise their own cuddly virtual pet. Players have to take care of the pet in an island called Lemuria. People interested to take on challenges or interested to earn coins and points can try mini-games. These points and coins can be used for purchasing virtual items.
An interesting feature of this virtual pet raising game is its camera mode. Users can capture their pet's photo in a complete photography studio with lighting equipment. Xbox owners who have already played this game in their console might feel bad as the Android version does not feature storyline mode like its Kinect version. Parents who want to download this game for their children can read the playing manual first to make things easier for their children.
This standalone app is available in Google Play Store now for $2.99. It's rated E which means people of all ages can enjoy this game. So far, the game has received 4.6 average rating. Its only 170 megabyte in size so downloading this app is easy. Android users using Android 2.2 or higher will be able to play this game.
From:mobilenapps.com

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Which do you like better: Android 4.0 VS WP7

As Windows Phone 8 is coming, may be we need to take sometime to consider about Windows Phone 7. The site WMPoweruser did such thing, compare Windows Phone 7and Android 4.0 at details on system.

Better at Surfing the internet - Android
At Android 4.0, we have flash player. Although people may say: there is no need for flash to support. In fact, it is necessary when you are suefing the internet, wp7 can't do this. On the other side, ICS system get the Find on page feature, you can even read off the internet, while wp7 can't do this. General speaking, the arrangement of mobile web pages on Android are better than wp7. Both dont differ much on internet speed.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Is the Best Android Tablet Available Made for Kids?


         
If you’ve been considering investing in a tablet for your child, you’ve got lots of options these days. Just do a Google search on tablets for kids and you’ll find plenty of comparisons and reviews of the various brands that are currently available. Last November I wrote a review on the Nabi (Korean for Butterfly) — I was very impressed with the tablet, but it was my (then) 4 year old son who really enjoyed playing with it. The Nabi came with over $150 worth of pre-loaded games, ebooks, and other services, and the 7″ tablet running Android had a kid-friendly interface that was locked and prevented kids from installing apps, making purchases, visiting unapproved websites, and much more. This Nabi Mode (as it’s called) could be easily disabled with a password and the tablet would then become a fully functional Android that an adult could use, including access to an app store, YouTube, and much more. With the tap of a single button, the Adult Mode could be turned off and the Nabi returned to the kid version.
Interestingly enough, over the last few weeks I’ve received three emails from three different individuals asking about the Nabi and their inability to purchase one. What I was unable to do at the time was respond to their emails with any specific information. You see, I was provided a test version of the new Nabi 2… and in order to test it out, I had to agree to an embargo to not discuss the tablet until a specific date. Today’s date, actually. So I think there’s going to be at least three people out there who are going to be very happy to hear about the Nabi 2, but hopefully many more — because the Nabi 2 is a solid improvement on the original, with some major upgrades and updates.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Report: Malicious Japanese Porn App Lands Men in the Slammer


Legal action taken over Android malware? Now that's a first.
Over the weekend, six men in Japan were arrested for distributing a malicious Android app through a porn site, according to Japanese newspaper The Daily Yomiuri.
The Trojan was packaged in an app posing as a free video codec. When launched, the virus harvested users'  phonebooks, email addresses, and other personal information, and sent them to a remote server. It also displayed a screen every five minutes demanding payment of 99,800 yen, the report said.
Of the 9,252 downloads since December 30, 2011, around 211 people (two percent) fell for the trick and paid a total of 21 million yen ($266,176). This reminds us of why Android is the fastest-growing target for malware writers—high margins. It's cheap and easy to make, and has a massive user base.

New redesigned Spotify app for Android 4.0


New Delhi: Spotify, the popular music streaming service is ready to sizzle on Android devices that run on Ice Cream Sandwich. The company has now released a redesigned Spotify app for Android, reveals the official Spotify blog.
The preview of the app was released a few weeks ago. It has been crafted with an array of improvements and new features like a cool new design and faster performance. The app completely supports the latest flavour of Google operating system - Android 4.0 a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich.
The app has been released with a facelift, featuring all new slide-out navigation, displaying artist imagery in high resolution and it also offers related artist view on the mobile device.
It also follows the social fad, allowing users to check friends' profile pages and playlists on-the-go, and supports 'Extreme' 320kbps files.
The slew of features further include play queue, Last.fm scrobbling and Crossfade/gapless playback settings. Then, there's the Spotify widget that allows access to the app from the homescreen and also support for folders.
Spotify now provides free access to Spotify Premium on your mobile devices with a trial period of 48 hours. If 48 hours isn’t enough, then users can further extend it by 30 days. Spotify offers instant access to over 15 million tracks, allows online streaming, listening to music offline, sharing music with friends, wirelessly syncing MP3s to Android device, creating and syncing playlists and sending tracks to Facebook and Last.fm.
To read more visit: www.tech2.com

Friday, June 15, 2012

Securely connect your Android smartphone via VPN

Takeaway: Deb Shinder explains how you can use a VPN to connect your Android smartphone to your home or work network.
You know the old saying: “You can’t take it with you.”  Well, you can, but often you don’t. When you’re out on the road with nothing but your phone and desperately need access to a document that’s stored on your computer at home or at work, what do you do? Because a modern smartphone is really just a small computer, you can securely connect to your home LAN or company network over a VPN connection. Let’s take a look at how you can do this with popular Android phones.

On the server side

First, in order to use virtual private networking, you need a VPN server configured on the network to which you want to connect. Most business networks that allow remote access will have a VPN server set up. At home, you can set up your desktop or laptop computer to be a VPN server (of course, you’ll need to leave it on when you’re gone so you can connect to it). The steps for doing that depend on what desktop operating system you’re using. Here are links to help you with that task:
  • Setting up incoming VPN connection in Windows 7
  • Configuring Linux VPNs
  • Enable VPN server in OS X for remote access
An important consideration is what VPN protocols are used by your VPN server. Most common are PPTP, L2TP, IPsec, SSTP and SSL. Your VPN client software on your phone will need support the protocol(s) used by your VPN server.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Top 100 Best Android Apps of 2012

                  100 Best Android Apps  

Android users drooling over iPhone apps? So passé.
Now that the latest Android devices enjoy blazingly fast 4G LTE networks, top-of-the-line chips, gorgeous displays, and superb cameras, Android apps are more than capable of outshining their iPhone counterparts (example: the Android-only Lightbox app beats Instagram in every way, apart from the size of the photo community). Android users also have unique categories iPhone owners will probably never know, like BitTorrent clients, alternative browsers, widgets, and game emulators.



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Best good used app for android smartphone

When we hold a android phone, we may think what the best camera app is , what the best weather app is, what is music app is etc. Now  i would like to introduce some best necessary apps for life, they are selected by users' review and Usability.

best android camera app:Pudding Camera
Like Urbian's Retro Camera, the free Pudding Camera app from KTH offers several different camera types as well as films that you can combine for your desired effect. You also get quick exposure control, support for front-facing cameras, and tap-to-shoot.
The biggest problem I have with it is that your largest photo resolution is 1,280 pixels, but that's fine for sharing online.
                                    

best sms app for android: Beat The Stock
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One major difference between a feature phone and smartphone is that the latter is capable of using messaging apps which are a lot more functional and feature rich when compared to the default stock app that comes with the Android OS. The stock messaging apps in general, are pretty basic and don’t offer anything more than just sending, receiving, replying and reading SMSes.
Another issue is that more often than not, you’re stuck with the same boring theme or skin that comes with stock app. You can’t really do much about it and accept what it has to offer. Every Android user knows how customizable Android OS really is. Why compromise when you can customize like there’s no tomorrow?
The best way to enhance the SMS functionality of your Android phone is through third-party messaging apps which offer more flavor, functionality and better looks than the default messaging app. Here, we’ve rounded up the best messaging apps available for Android.

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