Tag Archives: Tablets

MockUPhone – Wrapping App Screenshots On Mobile Devices

Presenting your web or app service designs to your clients and investors has been one of the most crucial step. Before, graphic designers use to spend hours in designing perfect mocked up pictures of smartphones and other mobile devices but now there are various free services that enables you to do so in a matter of few clicks.

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How To Keep Multiple User Accounts On Your Android Device?

Very much like to Linux, MAC OS, Windows and other operating systems now Android also allows you to add another user account.

Like your computer desktops and laptops, some Android tablets can have more than one user account so that other users can have their own custom options, home screens, widgets on a single mobile device.

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Automatically & Effortlessly Backup All Your Android Device Data To Secure Cloud Via G Cloud Backup Service

Using G Cloud Backup Service you can automatically backup all you important data like call log, contacts, messages, pictures, videos, music and documents etc to a secured cloud location. It provides you up to 8 GB Free cloud space and it works on its own so you don’t have to worry about running or scheduling your backup process.

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How To Enable Rotation Lock Instantly In Android Jelly Bean ?

Suppose you are sitting in a plane and watching a video in horizontal orientation then after some time the plane bends sharply to left and your video changes its orientation. This tutorial explains you how you can easily avoid such conditions by turning off your screen rotation temporarily.

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Quickly Send Links & Other Content From Google Chrome To Your Android Device

Sometimes while web-browsing when you find any useful mobile app or any other link then what normally you do is type that big link in your mobile browser and then you bookmark or open it. In this tutorial we are discussing about a Google Chrome app which makes this thing very easy.

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Tablets And Smartphone Running Latest Version Of Android

Google released the new updated distribution chart for Android platform. Following table information is based on the number of Android devices that have accessed Google Play within a 14-day period ending on the data collection date as mentioned below:

Version

Codename

API Level

Distribution

1.5

Cupcake

3

0.2%

1.6

Donut

4

0.5%

2.1

Eclair

7

4.2%

2.2

Froyo

8

15.5%

2.3 – 2.3.2

Gingerbread

9

0.3%

2.3.3 – 2.3.7

Gingerbread

10

60.3%

3.1

Honeycomb

12

0.5%

3.2

Honeycomb

13

1.8%

4.0 – 4.0.2

Ice Cream Sandwich

14

0.1%

4.0.3 – 4.0.4

Ice Cream Sandwich

15

15.8%

4.1

Jelly Bean

16

0.8%

Historical Data

Screen Sizes and Densities

 

 

Open GL Version

Google Introduced Handwrite For Mobile And Tablet Search. Now Use Your Fingers To Search The Web

Google Handwrite is a new way for searching web by using your finger to write and search in your smartphone. After voice search now Google introduced new search feature Handwrite. It enables you to search anything anywhere by writing letters by moving your finger on the screen not by typing from keypad.

Start using Google Handwrite:

  1. Go to Google.Com in your mobile browser.
  2. Tap on Settings persent at the bottom of your screen .
  3. Enable Handwrite

Whereas in tablets, Search settings are available as an option behind the gear icon. As you can see in the folowing image:

After you enable Handwrite feature:

  1. Activate writing surface by tapping Handwrite icon present at bottom right corner of your screen
  2. You will be noticing search autocomplete below your search box as you type a few words.
  3. If you find any option appropriate then tapp it to search or continue your writing for longer queries.
  4. Use arrows (present next to the autocompletions) for moving the right option into the search box.

We designed Handwrite to complement rather than replace typing: with the feature enabled, you can still use the keyboard at any time by tapping on the search box. Handwrite is experimental, and works better in some browsers than others—on Android devices, it works best in Chrome. For now, we’ve enabled Handwrite for iOS5+ devices, Android 2.3+ phones and Android 4.0+ tablets—in 27 languages.

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[iframe][/iframe]Help:

  • Check Writing Tips for Google Handwrite here.
  • Visit Google Help Center article for more information about Google Handwrite.