Huawei recently announced that their Mate 2 smartphone will get Android Lollipop “in the first half of 2015,” but we’ve made massive strides in the last twelve months. Long may it continue! Hey, you’re new here! You may want to subscribe to our RSS feed so you can continue to get Android Updates. Thanks for […]
If we want something to be successful, we need to do something different to the competition. Now that we have an application that fills a role, how do we get the news out there in the wild?
Recently dictate2us, the UK’s most popular audio transcription company released “d2u Transcriber”, the first digital dictation recorder app that uploads your recording to be typed by a dedicated virtual secretary (non-stop service). “d2u Transcriber” can be used to dictate professional medical and legal reports, general correspondence, notes and pretty much everything else. The implications for today’s business […]
I think the app is good for any English speaker or anyone learning English as this will help expand vocabulary for everyone. The app has some fun features for learning including word of the day and question of the day.
If you have Google Now you can use voice commands. Check the settings icon in the Google app and you can select if you want to be able to activate the voice command from any screen or just in the Google App.
I’m reminded of the old tale of how to make money in a goldrush: don’t dig for gold, sell the shovels. And so it is with mobile applications. If an application simply offers a branded experience of what another application does, it’s almost certainly doomed to drop into obscurity. Instead, one needs to do something […]
This announcement has surprised a few industry commentators, because the oldest device in the list – the 2012 Nexus 7 – has a relatively elderly processor with 1 GB of RAM, compared with the more modern chipsets with at least twice the RAM. Google are extending Android Lollipop back to older hardware in order to […]