I’ve had an Android phone for almost 2-years and I have pretty much settled on the software I use on it, I think I have reached the point where it does certain jobs for me and that’s it. In alphabetical order they are:
I have tried quite literally hundred of apps, but these are the ones currently present and worth having, though I would like to find something a little less quirky than ES File Explorer tbh. These are NOT the same as the apps I use on my Android tablet, where there is a considerable divergence due to screen size, chipset (Tegra 3) and ease of use. I’ll cover these another time.
I’ve been enjoying Ken’s pictures on Instagram, the most recent ones are from this video which is pretty impressive. I’m not sure that I would lend him the keys to my car though…
“Windows 8 is a catastrophe for everyone in the PC space.”
The arrival of Windows 8 would be likely to drive some PC makers and others out of the business because it put so much pressure on their sales margins, Mr Newell added.
Well I’m not a fan of “Social Media” but I do enjoy photography and Instagram allows me to combine my love of IT with it. You can monitor pictures as they are posted on your phone or via the Webstagram site. Millions of users, so all sorts of interesting images covering any subject you happen to be interested in.
The filters are pretty basic in Instagram, but you can edit them before hand and import, though the bulk of mine are untouched as I try to get the best image in the lens rather the on my PC after. There are not shortage of Android image editors either and couple of good examples are BeFunky, Pixlr-o-matic and Colour Splash Photo.
You can see my images on webstagram here.