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Google Announces Mobile App Analytics, Lets You See The Who, Why, And Where Of Your Mobile App Users


Saturday 30th of June 2012 / androidheadlines.com
In the second half of a double Google Analytics whammy, Google has introduced new features for mobile developers and marketers in the Analytics dashboard. While Google’s other announcement, an Analytics mobile app, made our site’s founder combustible with joy, this announcement is sure to bring cheer to those with products already in the Play store. These new features give insight into how Android users discover apps, along with their usage patterns, in order to enable developers and marketers to increase their products’ reach and improve their performance.Said features include…Continue Reading HereGoogle Announces Mobile App Analytics, Lets You See The Who, Why, And Where Of Your Mobile App UsersBrian O’Toole – rss.feedsportal
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[New App] Transparent Screen Lets You See Where You’re Walking While Using Your Phone, Enables Your Internet Addiction


Monday 06th of February 2012 / androidheadlines.com
It never fails. You’re walking along, reading your emails, not looking where you’re going, and then boom! You trip over the cat and land nose-first into his empty food bowl. Transparent Screen aims to prevent this type of misstep by letting you see through your camera while you’re walking. Unfortunately, it can’t fix your cat’s passive aggressive behavior, but we’re sure an app like that is in the works.  We’ve seen apps like this before, usually designed for texting and walking only. This app’s approach, however, is to make your entire Android experience translucent….Continue Reading Here[New App] Transparent Screen Lets You See Where You’re Walking While Using Your Phone, Enables Your Internet AddictionEric Ravenscraft – rss.feedsportal
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[New App] DSLR Controller Beta Lets You Control Your Canon EOS From Your Android Phone Or Tablet


Sunday 04th of August 2013 / androidpolice.com
If you've been reading Android Police for a little while, then you've probably heard the name Chainfire thrown around a time-or-two. After all, he has delivered some awesome and useful apps like Chainfire3d and CF-Bench to the community. His latest offering to the Android Market, DSLR Controller, is probably the most impressive yet, as it allows you to control your Cannon EOS DSLR camera directly from you phone or tablet, no computer required. Aside from the software, the only other thing you will need to make it work is a USB host/On-the-Go USB cable. Take a look at the video to get a better idea of how it works:Not only is that incredible, but it's absolutely brilliant. I can't imagine how beneficial an application like this will be for photographers, both professional and aspiring alike. As always, there are things to be aware of. The list of requirements is pretty in-depth so make sure to take a look at that before you go any further:Requirements ------------- Android device with USB host support - Canon EOS DSLR - Correct USB host / OTG / On-The-Go cable for your deviceTablets
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New Google Street View Feature Lets You See “Where The Internet Lives” – Droid Life


Wednesday 17th of October 2012 / droid-life.com
Have you ever been curious to see where the Internet and all of your important data lives? For the first time, Google is opening their many locked doors and allowing people to see just how much work goes into to keeping their business up and running. What makes the tour interesting is that it isn’t done through video or guided tour, but actually done through Google’s Street View. Once you locate one of Google’s many data centers, you can take a virtual walk through and get an inside look. A very neat and nifty feature indeed.Via: Google Blogspot [2]
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[New App] DSLR Controller Beta Lets You Control Your Canon EOS From Your Android Phone Or Tablet


Thursday 04th of August 2011 / androidheadlines.com
If you’ve been reading Android Police for a little while, then you’ve probably heard the name Chainfire thrown around a time-or-two. After all, he has delivered some awesome and useful apps like Chainfire3d and CF-Bench to the community. His latest offering to the Android Market, DSLR Controller, is probably the most impressive yet, as it allows you to control your Cannon EOS DSLR camera directly from you phone or tablet, no computer required. Aside from the software, the only other thing you will need to make it work is a USB host/On-the-Go USB cable. Take…O…Continue Reading Here[New App] DSLR Controller Beta Lets You Control Your Canon EOS From Your Android Phone Or TabletCameron Summerson – androidpolice.com
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[New App] Accusoft USB Scanner Lets You Connect And Interface With A Scanner Directly From Android


Friday 13th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
While Android devices may not be designed to replace the common desktop/laptop, that doesn’t mean they can’t be used for productivity. And one of the best uses for a device like a tablet is to stay organized. As such, it’s not uncommon for users to want to store important documents within their devices. The problem is: how do you get a document from paper to digital without having to go through the trouble of first using a computer? Enter Accusoft USB Scanner.  Just likes its name suggests, USB Scanner allows you to interface with a USB scanner directly from y…Continue Reading Here[New App] Accusoft USB Scanner Lets You Connect And Interface With A Scanner Directly From AndroidCameron Summerson – rss.feedsportal
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[New App] Plane Finder 3D Lets You See Planes In The Air In Real Time


Saturday 08th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
If you crane your neck skyward, you may see the contrail of a jet or two. Should you want a more up close and personal look, Plane Finder 3D has just taxied up to the Google Play gate. This app tracks flights in real time over a number of cities. The feature set is a bit light right now, but there is some real potential here. There are over two-dozen cities tracked in Plane Finder 3D, each with satellite imagery ground maps. You can pan around and zoom in on any plane, then tap to get the flight number, airline, and go into first-person mode. Here's the full list of features: Stunning real time dataPowerful 3D engine and simple controlsBeautiful terrain and sky detailSmooth contrailsFlight numbers and flight routesAirline logos and callsignsSharing – via Twitter (Cool for holiday photos!!)Plane Finder 3D works by tapping into the ADS-B signals used by aircraft to relay their location to ground stations. This is a new technology, so not all planes have ADS-B systems yet. The app is fun to play around with, but it still needs more features to find mass appeal. Plane buffs take n
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[New App] Meet Me Halfway Lets You Meet In The Middle 'Neath That Old Georgia Pine (Or Anywhere Else)


Monday 17th of February 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
My football buddy lives on the east side of Dallas. I'm way out west of Fort Worth. Since there are more than fifty miles between us, neither of us know the area of the megacity that's directly in the middle very well. When football season rolls around again, I'll give Meet Me Halfway a try: it's a simple little app that locates the midpoint between two people and helps you find good places to meet in the area.Initially Meet My Halfway just showed a physical midpoint between two addresses, as the crow flies. But with a few adjustments, it now shows the middle of the Google Navigation directions, making sure that the two parties spend roughly equal amounts of time driving to meet each other. Even better, it will show you selections of nearby points of interest, giving you instant meeting places. The interface is dead simple: just enter your address, their address, and press the button. Meet Me Halfway could use a general pointer function - I doubt Craigslist buyers will be eager to divulge their exact address to strangers. That said, it's a solid little tool, especially considering i
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[New App] YouTube Creator Studio Lets You Manage Your YouTube Channel Remotely, 60FPS Videos And Fan Funding Support Coming Soon


Friday 27th of June 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
There are big things happening at the world's biggest video site. Which one is biggest will probably depend on exactly what you want out out of Google's streaming behemoth, but the most notable addition from an Android perspective is the new YouTube Creator Studio app. This add-on allows frequent YouTube uploaders to check analytics, likes, comments, and that sort of thing without needing a PC. If you make your living on YouTube, which is statistically unlikely, this will be an invaluable resource. Statistics can be broken down into strict views, minutes watched, total subscribers, and monetized earnings, very much like Google Analytics. The comment view will allow you to see and moderate comments across all your videos at once. The editing tools won't let you edit the video itself, but you can quickly adjust title, tags, description, and other settings. Finally, notifications can ding you when you hit subscriber or view goals. EA's Titanfall (Xbox One) at 60 frames per second.YouTube is also showing off a handful of new features across the board. Uploaders can now post videos in 48
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[New App] Wear Audio Recorder Lets You Make Voice Notes From Your Watch


Friday 25th of July 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
Got an Android Wear device? If so, there's a mic on your wrist, so you might as well use it to keep track of all the insightful things that come tumbling out of your mouth. Or random craziness, whichever you're more prone to. Wear Audio Recorder lets you record voice notes from the watch, which are then pushed over to the phone. Just open the app on Android Wear to make a new voice note. The UI is just a few swipable screens with big buttons in the middle—perfectly usable on Wear. When you've finished recording, a card will show up in the stream to let you know the file has been sent to the phone successfully. You can use this card to open the phone app and listen to the recording. The current watches don't have speakers, so there would be no reason to include playback functionality in the Wear component. The files are uncompressed WAVs, so you'll probably want to be careful how much you record. The audio quality seems fine to me, but a little quiet with the G Watch. That might just be how the mic on that device works, though. The app is free if you want to check it out. Wear
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