Category Archives: Android Apps
Have you ever found yourself wishing that your Android’s battery would last longer? Don’t answer that — I already know. Here’s a list of five of my favorite apps for prolonging the life of your Android’s battery. This collection of apps will not only extend the life of your handset, but could also improve its overall performance.
Tasker is a puzzling little app on first glance, and while Tasker does many, many, many things, the easiest explanation is Tasker is an automation app that takes advantage of Android’s openness and versatility to help you do more. Want to turn on Bluetooth when you get in the car?
Battery Aid – Saver & Manager
Battery Aid works alongside your device & Battery Saver mode to increase battery life even further.
Go Battery Saver & Power Widget
Go Battery Saver & Power Widget – It is a wonderful battery saving app which is capable of extending your battery life. Power saving mode, smart saving, power control, power testing etc.
This app helps you get your device running smoothly like before by identifying which bad behaving apps are and placing them in hibernation until you actually use the said app again.
JuiceDefender is an Android based application dedicated to the intelligent management of the energy of your Smartphone.
It allows to significantly increase the autonomy of your device manager to enable and disable WiFi, Bluetooth, access data and other components according to their use or necessity. Some tasks can thus be activated only when the screen is on for example.
The next Angry Birds game may have a medieval theme, according to a trailer starring a knight’s suit of armor and released on developer Rovio Mobile’s official YouTube channel. No name was revealed, but a brief teaser describes it as “the next epic Angry Birds game.”
In September 2013, We listen a news that Chrome Apps would come to mobile operating systems as well with a plan to have something ready in beta form by January.
yesterday Google announced an early developer preview of a toolchain based on Apache Cordova, the cross-platform mobile development framework that Adobe donated to the Apache Software Foundation after it acquired PhoneGap-maker Nitobi.