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How To Develop Android Applications - Learn About Android App Development


Thursday 14th of January 2010 / talkandroid.com
Google’s new Android operating system is the new up-and-coming software that’s leading the push against the Apple monopoly. Up until now, the Mountain View, California based Google has remained quiet in the wake of the rampant success of the smart phone movement. Touch screen cellular phones have become so popular that hardly anyone can be seen without one; children, teenagers, and adults alike have become united in their love for the internet-based phone.//Of course, one of the best things about owning one of these phones is application functionality. All of the popular models of smart phones can be outfitted with applications (often called “apps”) to provide various functions to the end-user. These applications are often created by third-party sources, and gives the user the ability to customize his or her phone beyond the scope of a normal cell phone. Typical smart phone applications include the ability to see real-time weather information, stream music over the phone’s internet connection, watch online videos, and others. The Android operating system
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How to Transfer iTunes Music to Android Phones/Tablets?


Friday 10th of August 2012 / droidforums.net
Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android became the world's leading smartphone platform at the end of 2010. For the first quarter of 2012, Android had a 59% smartphone market share worldwide. At the half of 2012, there were 400 million devices activated and 1 million activations per day. Analysts point to the advantage to Android of being a multi-channel, multi-carrier OS.If you have purchased lots of songs from iTunes Store, you may want to transfer them to your Android device without paying for them twice. However, iTunes music cannot be directly transferred to any Android Phone or Tablet PC due to the Apple DRM copy protection. This article is going to demonstrate how to sync iTunes music with Android devices in two different ways.1. Transfer iTunes music to Android devices using doubleTwista. Download and install doubleTwist. Launch the application.b. Click "Library -> Import iTunes Playlists" to add the playlists in your iTunes library.c. Connect your Android device to computer via a cable and ena
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How to Transfer iTunes Music to Android Phones/Tablets?


Friday 10th of August 2012 / everythingandroid.org
Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android became the world's leading smartphone platform at the end of 2010. For the first quarter of 2012, Android had a 59% smartphone market share worldwide. At the half of 2012, there were 400 million devices activated and 1 million activations per day. Analysts point to the advantage to Android of being a multi-channel, multi-carrier OS.If you have purchased lots of songs from iTunes Store, you may want to transfer them to your Android device without paying for them twice. However, iTunes music cannot be directly transferred to any Android Phone or Tablet PC due to the Apple DRM copy protection. This article is going to demonstrate how to sync iTunes music with Android devices in two different ways.1. Transfer iTunes music to Android devices using doubleTwista. Download and install doubleTwist. Launch the application.b. Click "Library -> Import iTunes Playlists" to add the playlists in your iTunes library.c. Connect your Android device to computer via a cable and ena
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Backup Android Phone : How to use Carbon App Sync and Backup


Saturday 06th of April 2013 / androidauthority.com
Most people neglect backing up their devices. Normally this isn’t so much of a problem as contacts and calendar events are automatically stored in the cloud, and Google can backup device settings too. To the other extreme, we have the likes of Titanium Backup, a comprehensive backup application for power users with root privileges.If you find that the built-in Google Backup isn’t comprehensive or reliable enough for you and that Titanium Backup is overkill for you, then Carbon App Sync and Backup, made by the same team who made ClockworkMod Recovery, can provide an excellent intermediate-level solution. Bonus — it doesn’t your device to have root access, but it helps.In this post, learn how to use Carbon App Sync and Backup for creating backup copies of your data and files, as well as for syncing two or more Android devices. You may also watch the video tutorial towards the end of this post.To root or not to rootCarbon Backup offers advantages to those who are brave enough to root their device. However, this route isn’t for everyone. Some devices are eas
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How to use NFC on Android


Monday 04th of March 2013 / androidauthority.com
Since its introduction, Near Field Communication (NFC) is better known for wireless payments. Its commercial application has since expanded to the transportation and retail industries in several places around the world. Some companies use the technology for secure keycards, business cards, and even for employee use in buying pantry food.NFC technology use in the mobile industry is also fast growing. All major manufacturers of Android smartphones and tablets have at least one NFC-bearing product. Most recent high-end releases from mobile device makers usually include NFC functionality.If you’ve ever wanted to know how to use NFC on Android, you’ll find some of your questions answered in this post. Read on to find out more about using Near Field Communication on your phone or tablet.  (Or, jump to our video guide on YouTube.)What is NFC?The name for the technology is a giveaway to how it actually works. You have two NFC-capable devices, and they are able to communicate with each other if they are close to each other (i.e., “near” each other’s “field
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How to Convert Video to GIF with your Android device using GIFDroid


Friday 06th of April 2012 / android.gs
If you’re looking to create some funny GIFs out of your video files, the GIFDroid app for Android is what you’re looking for. This application allows you to easily convert video files into GIF animations and it gives you a few settings that you can play with in order to make the animation as you want it. You can download GIFDroid for free from Google Play.Now that the GIFDroid video to GIF converter for Android is up and running, here’s how to make it work:Record or select a video from your phone’s gallery.Once you’re video is ready, you can choose which part of it should become a GIF by sliding the beginning and end buttons.Now you can either tap Next to continue to the next step or you can further adjust the GIF by pressing Edit GIF Preferences (users can edit FPS, Delay, Width and Height).After all your tweaking and adjusting is finished, the next step allows you to choose which frames you want to use for the GIF animation and once you’re done, tap on Create GIF and you’re good to go.You can now share, rename, delete or create another “masterpiece” of a GIF.This
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How to Transfer iTunes Music to Android Phones/Tablets?


Friday 10th of August 2012 / androidforums.com
Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android became the world's leading smartphone platform at the end of 2010. For the first quarter of 2012, Android had a 59% smartphone market share worldwide. At the half of 2012, there were 400 million devices activated and 1 million activations per day. Analysts point to the advantage to Android of being a multi-channel, multi-carrier OS.If you have purchased lots of songs from iTunes Store, you may want to transfer them to your Android device without paying for them twice. However, iTunes music cannot be directly transferred to any Android Phone or Tablet PC due to the Apple DRM copy protection. This article is going to demonstrate how to sync iTunes music with Android devices in two different ways.1. Transfer iTunes music to Android devices using doubleTwista. Download and install doubleTwist. Launch the application.b. Click "Library -> Import iTunes Playlists" to add the playlists in your iTunes library.c. Connect your Android device to computer via a cable and ena
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Sync up your Microsoft Exchange notes to your Android device with Notes for Exchange


Monday 25th of July 2011 / talkandroid.com
If your Android device is on your company Exchange server and you’re using the standard email app, chances are you’ve seen some glaring issues – namely, the inability to sync up your Exchange notes to your device. However, thanks to developer Hundera at XDA, the dreams of getting all those notes moved over have become a reality, thanks to Notes for Exchange.//According to the application thread:Notes For Exchange is application to synchronize notes between Android and MS Exchange. This application will NOT store your Notes to some third-party server. It uses standard exchange synchronization of Appointments.How it works?“Notes for Exchange” has two parts:* Outlook Add-in (NotesForExchange_x.zip), that will synchronized your notes with calendar appointments. It creates items at end of February 2048, so it will not collide with your standard events. Using standard Exchange synchronization, these are synchronized with your android phone.* Android application (ExchangeNotes_x.apk), that displays these special “Appointment” as Notes. Also allows you to edit and d
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Zooz's credit card SDK now available to all Android developers


Friday 23rd of March 2012 / androidguys.com
Perhaps one of the toughest thing for an Android developer to figure out is how to monetize their application.  With so many options to choose from, things can become pretty daunting pretty fast.  One particular model that has emerged over the last year or so is the ability to make in-app purchases.A lot of developers have started offering up a free, limited version of their app with the option to unlock the full edition through in-app billing or purchases.  Some have chosen to use the Google Play Store billing method while others are looking to Paypal and alternate players.After six months of beta, Zooz has entered the fray with a pretty appealing option that requires very little back-end work.  Featuring an SDK that consists of three lines of code, Android and iOS developers can monetize their apps with credit card and Paypal acceptance.Claiming to have  the“best rates in the industry”, ZooZ says developers can look to  2.8% plus $0.19 per transaction.  What’s more, the service works in 150 countries around the world, ensuring large-scale compatibility. Developers
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Strava launches free Android application for cyclists


Tuesday 14th of June 2011 / androidheadlines.com
Riding a bike is one of my favorite pastimes — my friends and I used to hop on our bikes and take off. But, sadly, at the end of the day none of us ever knew how far we went, how fast we went, or any other information about the ride. Previously I have driven the route that I rode to find out how far it was, but gone are those days as Strava has launched an application which solves all these issues.Android owners can download this free application from the market and it will allo…Continue Reading HereStrava launches free Android application for cyclistsJared DiPane – androidcentral.com
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