Category - Android

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How Do I Add an Image To My Gmail Signature
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How to Build a Killer App (Infographic)
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The Free Amazon Kindle Reading
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New Text Chat and Video Call features in SnapChat
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Whitepage’s CallerID is an evolutionary way to integrate social media with mobile contacts
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Getting your Android app tested on hundreds of devices

How Do I Add an Image To My Gmail Signature

Follow this link to set up an email signature for Gmail here Gmail signatures will accept images, however it is a requirement that the images are hosted. Hosted either on your Google Drive account or hosted on a webserver like Bluehost. It makes sense to store it on Google Drive, since it is a great[…]

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The Free Amazon Kindle Reading

Read anywhere, anytime while syncing up to the last read location across multiple devices You do not need to own a Kindle device to enjoy Amazon Kindle books. With the Kindle reading apps are available on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Samsung, Windows, Mac and Kindle Cloud Reader is available through any Web[…]

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New Text Chat and Video Call features in SnapChat

From the Snapchat blog: “But until today, we felt that Snapchat was missing an important part of conversation: presence. There’s nothing like knowing you have the full attention of your friend while you’re chatting. We could not be more thrilled to announce Chat.” Looks like Snapchat has added new features to take on new app[…]

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Whitepage’s CallerID is an evolutionary way to integrate social media with mobile contacts

CallerID is a new Android app that integrates into your incoming call screen to display recent updates from LinkedIN, Facebook and Twitter about your contact. Plus information about their current location such as weather and news. Also working with text messages to give the user statistics on who and how they communicate, working out the[…]

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Getting your Android app tested on hundreds of devices

A lot of developers for the droid are complaining about fragmentation. There are different screen sizes, hard/soft keyboard configurations and multiple versions of Android run on mobile phones not to mention tablets. It can be quiet difficult and time consuming to test your apps on all devices. Even the makers of Temple Run found there[…]

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