Posts tagged mac

Oyster-Mac

Oyster, the all-you-can-read e-book subscription service that finally made its debut on Android earlier this month, is now even more accessible. From today, Oyster users can enjoy titles in a web browser on almost any device — including your Mac or PC.

Popcorn-Time

Popcorn Time, the video streaming app that’s been described as Netflix for torrents, now supports Chromecast on Android. With the app’s latest beta release, you can cast thousands of movies and TV shows wirelessly to your television over your home Wi-Fi network.

HTC_OneM8_safemode

Android as an OS is as complex as Microsoft’s Windows or even Apple’s Mac OS X. While Android usually works without a hitch, every once in a while you will need to reboot it, clean up all the junk files and remove unnecessary files to make sure it is running at its optimum level, just like you do on Windows or Mac.

Similarly, just like the desktop operating systems of today, Android also has a hidden Safe Mode, which you can access when things go dreadfully wrong.

Galaxy-S4-Active-water

Samsung is finally bringing its Android 4.4.2 KitKat update to the international Galaxy S4 Active (GT-I9295), more than a month after it made its debut on the AT&T version. In addition to performance improvements and several design tweaks, this release adds support for wireless printing, the ability to change the default messaging app and launcher, and more.

1Password-Android

1Password 4, the incredibly popular password manager from AgileBits, is finally coming to Android next month. Designed for both phones and tablets, the full-featured app will resemble its iOS counterpart, and it will be completely free to use… until August 1, 2014.

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