Monday, 29 February 2016

Android 7.0 "N" Leaks and details

We might be months away from the release of Google's next Android OS version but a new screenshot may have offered the first look at the Marshmallow successor.
Android's official Developer site now lists a screenshot for showing Day-Night theme in system setting. Notably, the page for turning-on/ off Bluetooth includes a hamburger setting on the top left which has been so far unavailable in any of Android OS versions - indicating that it may have offered the first look at the next version.
The screenshot was first spotted by Android Police. The addition of hamburger button in Android N points to a side navigation drawer that is likely to have all Settings sections listed, making it easier to switch between them. Currently, users have to go back into main settings page before jumping to another Settings section.
Google is likely to reveal its next mobile operating system, believed to be called as Android N initially, at the I/O conference. Google CEO Sundar Pichai had last month has announced the date and venue for the I/O 2016 which will be held in Mountain View, California on May 18 through May 20. Much like Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Android N can be expected to be launched later this year with the new Nexus hardware.
Unfortunately, it's too early to comment on the design changes or tweaks that Google is expected to make in its next Android N build. But we can expect to get more of such details in bits in future.
So far, Google has revealed that Android N won't ship with Oracle's proprietary Java application programming interfaces. The company has confirmed that it will utilize OpenJDK, an open source version of Oracle's Java Development Kit.
An earlier report claimed that Google will finally include split screen multi-tasking support in Android N, the next major version of Google's operating system. Google's Andrew Bowers, Director for Consumer Hardware, had previously talking about Android N had said, "We're working on lots of things right now for N that, of course, we wish we had, you know, yesterday. But we'd spoil the surprise of N if we shared all of them. Split screen is in the works!"
GUYS Comment down below the Name you would like to give to the Upcoming Android OS... 

Friday, 26 February 2016

LIVE BROADCAST to Android coming next week!!


Beginning next week, Facebook users on Android will be able to live broadcast video. The update will roll out in the United States first, with plenty more regions getting it soon after.
Facebook is adding a big feature soon that’s going to allow users to broadcast live video to friends and family for free. Facebook’s goal is to make the addition available on Android in thirty different countries to match that of iOS.
Streaming live video on Facebook is real easy to do. Just click the space that reads ‘what’s on your mind’ that you would normally click to start a post. An option will come up that allows you to share live video. Users will be able to invite whomever they want to watch, which is not limited to any number. You’ll also be able to add a brief description of what your video is about and even comment during the stream with whoever else is watching. Once the broadcast it over, you’ll be able to post the video on your timeline for everyone to see.  You can check this video for an Idea!! 
Live broadcasting will be a great addition to the Android-version of the Facebook application. We can’t wait to try it out!

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

BEST Android Launchers march 2016!

Launchers are the way Android users customize their smartphone and tablet experience. There's superficial stuff, like changing screen transitions, icons, and fonts, but the best Android launchers out there enable users to tweak the device's behavior to suit their daily usage, so long as you're willing to put the time into defining those customization. You can make your home screens as simple or complicated as you wish, while tweaking every little detail or just taking what's given to you by default — but either way you can replace what your phone's manufacturer gives you with the install of a single app.
If you're looking for a change of pace from the out-of-box software experience on your phone, consider a new launcher. We've found the best ones available today, and listed all of the pros and cons of each.


Action Launcher
Action Launcher is a great option that mixes things up and changes the interface paradigm from what you'd expect in a "normal" launcher. There's no regular dock and app drawer, instead replacing it with a slide-in drawer to house your apps. You also get Shutters and Covers, which give you innovative ways to launch into folders and widgets with swipes — it's all about getting to your apps and content quicker.
The newest version, Action Launcher 3.5, takes things up to a new design that fits in with Android 5.0 Lollipop, and introduces a few new features as well. There's a free version of Action Launcher for everyone to try, with a pro upgrade costing just $4.99 — and after you figure out the time-saving features you'll want to unlock it.
It's fair to say that Action Launcher is one of our favorites as well as being one of the very best.
Download here - Action Launcher


The Google Now launcher is the obvious pick for anybody looking for a pure, clean Android experience. It comes right from Google (and is pre-installed on Nexus phones), so you can shear away anything the manufacturer has loaded up in one install. Transitions are quick and clean, and there's nothing superfluous getting between you and your apps and widgets. Beyond that, the left-most home screen becomes Google Now, so you can launch into searches, view cards populated based on the time of day, your location, and general browsing habits, and execute all sorts of hands-free "OK Google" commands. The only real downside here is that you won't be able to enjoy the level of customization available on more robust launchers — you get what Google gives you here Download it here - Google Now launcher


Nova Launcher
Nova is a massively popular launcher that offers a whole bunch of animation options, folder views, and desktop behaviors. If you shell out $4.00 for the premium upgrade you can program gestures to perform certain actions, and fully customize unread badges including corner radius, border, background and text color. One particularly cool addition is swipe actions, which allow app icons to act as a folder with a swipe, or a standard app launch with a tap. If that's not enough, you can always explore the wide world of Nova-compatible themes in Google Play to dramatically change the look and feel of your Android device. You'll even find some Android 5.0-style options tucked away in Nova.
Nova is a highly functional launcher that can be as subtle or as loud as you like, making it completely unique if you spend the time.


Apex Launcher
Apex offers a similar range of functions as Nova. You can tweak the icon tray size and scrolling, change animations, adjust home screen behaviors, and customize gesture commands for various pinches, taps, and swipes. A plug-in allows notification data to be fed to Apex from a variety of apps, and out to any Android Wear devices, too, so long as you're willing to upgrade to the pro version for $4.49. There are a wide range third party themes available in the Google Play Store which let you change the overall look of your Android experience, but as a functional core, Apex does extremely well.
Android power users will have a field day with the Apex launcher
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Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Manage your Smartphone from desktop

No matter how advanced your smartphone is, multi-tasking on it is a living nightmare. We are limited by the small screen on a smartphone or tablet and its insistence on allowing us to use only a single app at any viewing.
It is probably easier to manage a ton of media, such as our photos, videos and music on the desktop. This is where tools like what you see in this post comes to play.

Apart from being able to transfer large files from mobile to desktop, it also allows us to better manage the files and materials in our mobile. A few of these apps even gives us access to the phone’s camera, or to take mobile screenshots from the desktop.
Most importantly, we can do all this without being limited by the different desktop OS. Let’s check out the tools you can use to manage your Android from your desktop.

1. Airmore

Airmore is an app that allows you to stream videos, photos and your music collection on your smartphone. Photos are organized by day or month to make it easy to download or delete. With Airmore, you can also manage contacts, send multiple messages at once to your contacts or even make a call (note that you cannot end the call directly from your desktop).

How to Use

  1. Install the app for Android or iOS. Open the app.
  2. Open Airmore Web on your PC browser, and scan the QR code displayed. Click "Accept" on your mobile.
  3. Alternatively, connection can be made via IP or code or mobile hotspot connection as well.
With Airmore, you can connect your Android to Mac, or iOS to PC as well. For troubleshooting help, check out their help page. Airmore lets you manage all files both on phone memory and SD card, and of course, transfering files between phone and PC is easy.

2. Connect Me

ConnectMe allows you to stream any video or any other media saved on your phone. You can even link to the phone camera and watch the feed from the desktop. On top of that, you can send SMS and making phone calls with ease without touch your phone. It will even notify you when someone calls you or sends you a message.

How to Use

  1. Install the app and open it.
  2. Using your home WiFi, visit the web address shown on the app or login on your PC’s browser. Click ‘OK’ on your phone to connect.
  3. Alternatively, you can connect your PC to your phone’s WiFi with a name generated by the app. Open the URL shown on your phone with your PC browser.
connect me
Connect Me works with Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS and even Smart TVs. The app also lets you send ringtones, clipboard data, APK files or push URLs to your phone. With root access, you can even take screenshots of your phone.

3. Airdroid

Airdroid is one of the most popularly known Mobile to PC apps out there and it comes with a plethora of features. These features include being able to show notification from incoming calls or messages, as well as app notifications from messaging apps like Whatsapp. Getting an Airdroid account allows you to find your phone.

How to Use

  1. Install Airdroid, and open the app.
  2. Open Airdroid Web and scan the QR code to connect.
  3. Alternatively, you can download the desktop app for Windows or Mac OS X. Starting the app on the desktop will launch the app on your mobile.
Apart from that Airdroid also works well when transferring files between phone and PC, and also lets the desktop link to the phone’s camera. A cool feature it has is AirMirror, which allows you to run your Android app right from your PC with the same interface on your smartphone (but this requires root acess on your Android).

4. Web PC Suite

Web PC Suite enables you to see and stream your photos, music, videos, documents, APK, and other kind of files from your Android to PC, via WiFi or personal hotspot. The interface functions via drag-and-drop.

How to Use

  1. Download the app and open it.
  2. Go to the website and scan the QR code there. Alternatively, you can login via your account as well.
web pc suite
Web PC Suite works across a wide range of desktop, mobile and tablet platforms bridging transfers between Android, iOS, Symbian, Windows Phone and Blackberry with PC, OS X and Linux.

5. Mighty Text

Mighty Text is created for those who still text via SMS for reasons we will not explore here. But basically, with Mighty Text, you can send or receive SMS or MMS on your PC using your current phone number, or send an SMS from your Gmail account. The app comes with a PowerView which lets you carry multiple conservations in one go.

How to Use

  1. On the installation page, insert your Android phone number to get the app sent to your phone.
  2. Install the plugin or extension for your favorite browser. To send text from Gmail, get the required extension on the same page.
  3. Launch the Web App to start using.
mighty text
The app also notifies users of incoming app notification to their phone, and allow these notifications to be dismissed on the PC. The app also has syncing abilities for photos and videos, and you can add filters to your photos right on the PC.
There is a Pro version of this app gives you extra features such as to send and reply to text messages via email, changing the themes, block numbers, create templates and signatures as well as schedulling messages.

6. Xender

Xender is great app to transfer everything from files, photos, music, videos to apps between two Android phones or from Android to a PC, Mac or iOS devices. The Connect PC mode allows users to see the all the files found in their phone, from apps, photos, videos, music and even files from your phone storage.

How to Use

  1. On your PC browser, open
  2. Download and open the app on your mobile.
  3. Tap on the Transfer button and choose which device to transfer to.
  4. If you choose Mac or PC, you will need to choose to scan QR code on your mobile. Scan the code to connect.
Xender’s phone to phone transfers incur no data usage, and supports file transfers between iOS and Android devices seamlessly. Two cool features Xender has is that you can create a group of up to 4 devices, and regularly share your files to the same group, and it is a great app to replicate your phone: you can transfer everything you need from your old phone to your new phone seamlessly.

7. Mobizen

Mobizen lets you access and transfer files between your Android and your computer, and lets you access all multimedia files on your phone, including contacts and calls. Mobizen also allows you to share music to your speakers and photos and videos to your larger desktop screen, record your Android screen (minus the rooting), and use your Android from your computer screen.

How to Use

  1. Install the application on your Android. There are two options: one forSamsung devices and the other is for non-Samsung devices.
  2. Get the browser plug-in.
  3. Log in both the Android app and the web app.
  4. You will receive a 6 digit pin that you need to input in the Android app to connect.
You can be connected in several ways: WIFI, USB or even 3G / LTE connection. For the fastest connection, USB connection is the best. The app runs very slowly when I connect via WiFi. Mobizen also comes with a "Find my Device" feature to help you locate your phone, which would be helpful if their over the air connection is better.

8. WiFi File Transfer

WiFi File Transfer does what the rest of the apps in this list do, but in a relatively traditional way. With this small app you can browse all of the files and folders on your Android via WiFi by FTP (File Transfer Protocol).

How to Use

  1. Download the app.
  2. Ensure your Android and PC are on the same WiFi network.
  3. Open the application and click "Start Service".
  4. Copy and paste the URL address displayed in the app, into your FTP client application, or Windows Explorer (if you are using windows) or simply open the URL in the browser. You will find all the files on your Android.
wifi file transfer
If you use an FTP client, commands such as copy, delete or download files exist on the default FTP client application. You won’t find these commands on the browser however. Basically, this app can do fast, secure and efficient transfers but you will have to do it without a user interface.