These days, with the increasingly more powerful and capable cameras and sensors on our phones, mobile photography has virtually replaced a dedicated camera for most of us. Yes, those who are serious about photography still carry their DSLRs around, but for a quick point and shoot experience, or just to capture a single moment, a phone’s
With so many quality services out there with applications for our phones, it’s rare that we focus our attention on a single app. Often times, we’re checking Reddit, sharing a few links on Twitter, maybe using Snapchat in the background – often at the same time. Of course, Android has built-in multitasking capabilities, but switching
Things have gotten so much better for Android devices in terms of storage capability and performance, that most people don’t really worry about memory anymore. You just take your pictures, film your videos, download your files, install your games, and then all of a sudden, you seem to be out of space. Either that, or the device
iOS and Android are, without a doubt, the two big players in the mobile ecosystem right now. While there was a time when these two platforms were incredibly different and incompatible as a whole, that is not the case anymore – at least, not as much. With the advent of the cloud and cross-platform apps,
Android is Google’s platform and, for better or worse, that means Google has a special place on our phone. While there are a huge number of devices or manufacturers out there, one thing that almost all of them have in common is the fact that they rely on Google’s services, like Gmail, YouTube or Google
While the capabilities of our phones are advancing all the time, one of the things that has remained the same, with every single phone out there, is the presence of a microphone. Although modern microphone technologies have brought improvements to the table, such as stereo recording and noise cancellation, the main principle remains the same –
Thanks to the deeper integration of Android with Google’s services, exchanging data between different Android devices is definitely not the nightmare that it used to be. In the old days, you would have to locally back up your contacts, messages, app data, and who knows what else, and then restore them into the new device.