Google introduced a data usage tracker in Android from version 4.0 and later, which you can set to warn you or suspend data use when your cap is reached. I’ve found that Android tends to exaggerate the data used and so this should keep your costs down
If you are making money from Google you probably like to key an eye on how the numbers are coming in and the new Adsense app does a good job of providing the detail you are most keen to see.
My biggest gripe with these articles are that they address individual aspects of power management rather than a holistic approach. Sure: you can dim the screen or you can shut down certain features, but if the user still checks the ‘phone every three minutes for a Tweet mention, battery life is going to struggle.
I recently moved into a loft downtown and realize I needed to eliminate pieces of furniture and items I have collected thru the years. So I decided to post it all to Craigslist.
Lets face it, I have lived in fear. I was always scared that my computer would crash or be stolen and I would lose all of my files, settings, and personal data. I’ve been evaluating various backup options that available and recently I found one that caught my eye.
In my experience none of the current options fully deliver. Either they leave out types of AdSense content such as feeds, search, video, etc or they just plum aren’t accurate or reliable. I’m grateful to say that although there is still no fully reliable app available in the Android Market, Google has launched AdSense Mobile Beta.
What is GroupMe? Well, it’s probably the best Android app in the market, enabling “private” communication with your groups of contacts via either text or conference calls. Sounds vague? Allow me to drill down GroupMe even more for you!