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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini vs HTC One Mini vs Apple iPhone 5S

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on May 11th 2013 - No Comments

Smartphones market is fiercer than ever and is not giving any manufacturer chance to sit back and enjoy laurels. 2013 started with the launch of premiums flagship smartphones from HTC and Samsung in the form of One and Galaxy S4. Both of the smartphones sports top of the line hardware with lots of software enhancements on top of Android OS. Even...

How to Backup Contacts on an Android Phone

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Dec 28th 2012 - 3 Comments

When you own an Android phone, the most important things you will have to do is to backup contacts and backup SMS messages. This is really one of the necessary thing you have to do so that you don’t lose any of your information on individuals you consider friends, family and acquaintances. Super Backup : SMS & Contacts is the best...

How to Backup and Restore SMS Messages on Android

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Dec 27th 2012 - 3 Comments

If you are using an android phone and want to backup all your SMS Messages for later use then you are at the right place. Today I found one of the most useful android app on Google play store. I am sharing it with you guys. I know there are a number of similar android apps available in the Google Play Store to backup and restore SMS on...

Download All Android Phone USB Drivers for Windows

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Dec 26th 2012 - 4 Comments
Android Phone USB Drivers

You need correct Android Phone USB Drivers for your phone to connect your device to the computer . This includes, using the device for development which requires ADB and Fastboot drivers, transferring media content and files to your phone storage etc. You can download USB driver for your phone from official websites in support section,...

How to Get the Best Smartphone Deals

by Simon Turner - on Aug 2nd 2012 - No Comments

Though Apple’s iPhone looms large over the Smartphone horizon, other manufacturers such as Samsung and HTC have recently caught up in the battle for customers’ hearts, and their latest contract phones should certainly not be ignored when shopping for a good Smartphone deal. HTC’s new Android One X boasts double the iPhone’s memory...

5 Great Apps That Can Change Your Android Experience

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Feb 29th 2012 - 3 Comments

Android is currently the most popular operating system for mobile devices, along with Apple’s iOS, and there are a lot of reasons to get an Android powered smartphone instead of one of the competing devices. The latest version of the OS, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, brings a lot of great features to the users, but even if you get a phone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, you can have a great experience.

With over 200,000 android apps on the marketplace, Android is definitely not lacking variety and functionality – it can do pretty much anything you can think of. But there are certain apps that may not seem all that good, but which can change your whole experience and make it better in a lot of ways. Here is just a short collection of some of these android apps:

1. Launcher 7

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Launcher 7 is one of the most unique home screen replacement apps for Android. As its name suggests, it gives you the Windows Phone 7 Metro UI with tiles and lists instead of the usual icons that Android uses. This makes your phone much more unique, and the customization options are more extensive than on the actual windows Phone 7 OS – you can set custom wallpapers, change the text color, create animated folders, set custom icons and images for the tiles, and more. It’s definitely a unique experience, and everyone will start asking you why your Android phone’s interface is so different.

2. Browser for SkyDrive

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This is a very simple app that gives you a lot more possibilities on Android. It basically lets you use any Microsoft account’s SkyDrive storage space (25 GB are provided free with every Hotmail or LIVE account you register, and you can own multiple accounts, as well). You can easily upload any files for backup, storage or sharing, and the whole operation is just as easy as moving files to and from the micro SD card (just drag and drop what you need). The only thing you’ll need is a fast and stable Wifi or 3G connection.

3. Dolphin HD browser

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While the default Android browser is pretty good, it doesn’t really compare with Dolphin HD’s capabilities – this browser just gives you a whole new experience on Android. You get support for tabs (easy switching), gestures, bookmarks, Flash in the window, and much more. More importantly, the support for themes and plugins lets you further customize the browser to your liking, and there’s a lot of functionality that can be added through third party add-ons, which can even rival the desktop Chrome and Firefox browsers.

4. SwiftKey X keyboard

There are plenty of keyboards out there for Android, but SwiftKey X is the best choice if you want something that is highly customizable and with an out of this world auto correction system. SwiftKey is very good at correcting your mistakes, especially after you’ve used it for a while and taught it how to deal with typos. One of the best things about it is also the ability to change the keyboard size – no longer do you have to type on huge keys on a 4+ inch touch screen!

5. Skype

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Skype is a must have app for any smartphone owner – it truly improves everything about a mobile device. With Skype, you can chat and place calls over the Internet to anyone in the world, at very cheap rates and high quality. You can also have one or several numbers that people can use to call you, no matter where you are and what network you’re using at the moment.

There are plenty of other great android apps on the Android marketplace, and seeing as a lot of them are free, there’s no reason not to try those that you think would be useful. Be sure to check out the android apps listed above, though – they’re great on any Android smartphone, and I’m sure you’ll like them!

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Android 2.3.5 and HTC Sense 3.0 update available for HTC desire HD in India

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Feb 9th 2012 - 7 Comments

Finally HTC started rolling out  Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread update with HTC sense 3.0 for HTC desire HD smartphones in India.  Today when I checked my Desire HD, I saw System update message on the phone, finally.  HTC has also announced Sense 3.0 update for its smartphones, Desire HD and Incredible S.

The software update is deployed OTA (over the air) in waves, so HTC Desires HD owners should expect to receive it automatically on your phone. You can also manually check for the update simply go to Setting / About phone / Software update / Check for new software.

So guys, If you are the owner of HTC desire HD then the Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 update is ready with HTC sense 3.0 to head your way.

Webopedia – An encyclopedia of technology terms

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Nov 20th 2011 - No Comments
Every day we learn more vocabulary by reading technology items, from classic words already entered in our day to day, to new concepts that appear over time (startup weekend, trending topics, etc.).. Many of these words in dictionaries eventually entering officers of each country, many do not, but all are in Webopedia, with the exact definition and examples to understand the concept. Categories, definitions, links, related terms.
Link: Webopedia