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WPS Office + PDF – fully featured Office & PDF solution for mobile

Posted by wicked March - 4 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off
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WPS Office + PDF is the newly revamped and re-branded app formerly known as Kingsoft Office. It’s fully capable of most if not all of your Microsoft Office needs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and even Adobe PDF. Whether you’re on a smartphone or tablet the powerful software can accommodate your work. Let’s dive into the next… View Article

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AudioField: MP3 Voice Recorder – advanced sound recording app

Posted by wicked March - 3 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off
AudioField: MP3 Voice Recorder - advanced sound recording app



AudioField: MP3 Voice Recorder is an advanced sound recording application that produces high quality recordings and provides basic editing tools. It is designed for businessmen, reporters, students, tutors, sound engineers, and anyone else who needs to manage and share voice memos with simplicity. Powerful recording engine AudioField encodes “on the fly” while the audio is… View Article

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Best Android Apps & Games: February 2015

Posted by wicked March - 2 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off
Best Android Apps & Games: February 2015



Quality always trumps quantity in my opinion. This list is lighter than normal but it still lists the best Android apps & Android game recommendations of the month. There’s an uber local & clean weather app, super simple language translator, an office rumbler to take out work frustrations and video review of our game of the week- Kingdom Come. They all… View Article

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Bingo Bash – play addictive multi-player Bingo fun

Posted by wicked March - 2 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off
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Bingo Bash is an exciting and totally addictive game of the classic daub marking game yet with plenty of bonuses to entice plus a competitive online element to play others real-time. Let’s play! Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content Rating: Low Maturity AndroidTapp.com Android Game Review: Pros & Cons: Pros Fun & addictive… View Article

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PhotoMath comes to Android, uses camera to solve math equations

Posted by wicked February - 27 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

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If you’re taking a mathematics course at the high school level or below (or you’re being presented with some equations you’ve long forgotten how to do…), at one time or another you’ve probably come across one of those “gotcha” math problem that you just cannot solve. It can also be especially frustrating when you can’t figure out how to type it into Wolfram|Alpha or Google search correctly.

Fret not, text recognition start-up, Microblink, maker of the popular PhotoMath app on Apple and Windows smartphones, has finally released the app onto the Play Store. This app will use your smartphone’s camera to analyze a math equation and give you the answer to it, but more importantly than that (or it should be), it’ll walk you through on how to solve the problem.

In an interface similar to what you can find with Google Goggles, PhotoMath scans the image fed to it from your camera and identifies math equations. The only caveat at the moment is that the equation must be typed, but Microblink has promised that support for handwritten equations will be coming in the future.

The app is free, so if you’re tired of digging through Google search results and begging people on Yahoo Answers, you might give PhotoMath a shot! See below for a gallery of screenshots plus a video, as well as a link to the app’s Play Store page.

 

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Posted by wicked February - 27 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

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Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! Here are your headlines this week:

If you want even more headlines, app releases, and app updates, then check out our newsletter. It’s curated weekly by yours truly and there’s no spam. Just the latest and greatest in Android apps and games news straight to your inbox!

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Flynx Android apps weeklyFlynx

[Price: Free]
Flynx is a special kind of browser that opens up in floating bubbles instead of full screen like a normal browser. It was updated to version 1.0 which means it has finally left beta. The update also brought a number of new features. It’s totally free so why not check it out?
Get it on Google Play


almightree android apps weeklyAlmightree: The Last Dreamer

[Price: $1.99]
Almightree is a 3D puzzle platformer where you play as an adventurer to who must bring balance to a crumbling world. It brings with it decent graphics, a fun story, and surprisingly good game music. It’s $1.99 but there are also no in app purchases.
Get it on Google Play


soundhud best new android appsSoundHUD

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
SoundHUD is a new app that helps you control your volume and does so without root. Using this, you can put your Lollipop device into actual silent mode if you want and there are a range of other features such as the ability to only adjust media volume on tablets. It’s free to use with in app purchases.
Get it on Google Play
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best new android apps heavenstrike rivalsHeavenstrike Rivals

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Heavenstrike Rivals is a new tactical RPG out of Square Enix. It has some pretty decent graphics and similar battle mechanics to old classics like Final Fantasy Tactics. Not exactly the same, but similar. It’s free with in app purchases and it’s worth a shot if you’re a strategy RPG fan.
Get it on Google Play


youtube kids best android appsYouTube Kids

[Price: Free]
YouTube Kids was released this last by Google to generally positive reviews. It is a YouTube app that is geared specifically at kids and contains playlists with entertaining and educational content for kids. It’s an app that all parents should at least try out and it is totally free.
Get it on Google Play


Wrap up

If we missed any great Android apps and games news, let us know in the comments!

Android customization – one click to a stunning time lapse video using Framelapse

Posted by wicked February - 27 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Framelapse time lapse video for Android

Last week on our Android customization series we were learning all about the For loop coding tool in Tasker, we did this by taking a series of photos that could then be turned into a sort of time lapse animated image. The coding tool was valuable, but the time lapse was just plain fun, so we wanted to take that to the next level.

This week, we are showing off an app that anyone can use, and with just one click you can capture amazing time lapse videos. Allow me to introduce Framelapse.

Before we get started

Get it on Google Play ButtonObviously, you will need a copy of Framelapse installed on your Android 4.0+ device. Framelapse has a free version in the Google Play Store that will do everything you need today. Once you get the hang of things, you can upgrade to Framelapse Pro for $2.99 in the Google Play Store. I’ll explain some of the differences between the two later on, for now, I recommend just grabbing the free version to get started.

Capture a timelapse video

After trying out a number of contending time lapse video capture apps from the Google Play Store, Framelapse proved to me the easiest to use, that produced quality results with the least amount of fuss.

Honourable mentions for this project included Lapse It and TimeLapse! There were others that I had tried, but they do not warrant naming.

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Enough of all that, hold on to your, well, whatever it is you hold onto when you are about to learn how easy this project is.

Let’s take this step by step.

Install Framelapse. Oh, you already have, good.

Open Framelapse. Yes, I’m being facetious.

Mount your Android device somewhere solid and secure. Point it at your video subject.

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Tap the trigger button to start recording.

Walk away from your device. Everything is in good order, you just need to come back later to stop the recording before your battery dies or you run out of storage space. My little device, recording at 1080p, clocked in at about 150MB per minute of produced video, that’s 30 minutes real time recording.

Enjoy your time lapse video. Or mine from a recent road trip to the coast.

I am serious guys, it is that easy, and the quality is really quite good. Consider that I shot my time lapse with the $30 HTC Desire 510 that I got last year. I changed no settings at all, just installed Framelapse and hit record. In just a few minutes you can see my entire drive through the city, then out and through the coastal mountains and down to the ocean.

Sadly, you never see the ocean in the video, so here is an image from my day at the beach. No, the Oregon coast in the winter, especially as far north as I was, is not all sunshine and warm water, but still a pleasant walk, beautiful scenery and great fresh ocean air.

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What’s next

Framelapse at its default settings may be pretty solid for most recording situations, but it also offers up the ability to customize most aspects of the recording process. You can see straight off that it is recording at a frame interval of 1 second and set for a speed of 30x. In short, every second of video produced is a result of 30 seconds of real life recording.

Obviously, the default setting is great if you need to capture a couple hours of real life. You’ll want to capture intervals of less than 1 second if your real life capture is to be a shorter amount of time. And longer intervals for longer times.

Framelapse Time Interval Settings

The Pro version of Framelapse allows you to capture at intervals up to 24 hours. You’d have to be pretty committed to the project at that point, but it means you can capture an entire year worth of real life in a video just over 13 seconds in length.

The granular controls go beyond what I am talking about here, there is more to time lapse video than just recording intervals, so I’ll leave it to you to check out and play with, if you so desire.

Next week

This week’s Android customization was really more of just an app review, but hey, I hope you have as much fun shooting time lapse videos as I do. Next week we wish to head back to Android basics – it seems we are always talking about launchers around here, we’ll take a minute to cover what a launcher is and how you can change them out for new ones on your Android device.

Have you tried any time lapse video capture apps for Android aside from Framelapse? What is your favorite?

Kingdom Come – play super addictive turn-based match three adventure!

Posted by wicked February - 23 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off
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Install Kingdom Come infuses additive match three gaming in a unique turn-based strategy adventure! Take the quest to fight hoards of minions from Hades and rescue the captured princess. There’s plenty of battles, special pegs to match, power-ups to unlock to become victorious. Let’s play! Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung… View Article

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Speed Dial – organize your favorite contacts

Posted by wicked February - 20 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off
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Speed Dial is an elegant app to group favorite contacts, filter and quickly dial them. There are plenty of options to tweak to your liking. Will this app be an upgrade to speed dialing solutions already available with your Android phone? Let’s get into the review! Price: Free Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content Rating: Everyone… View Article

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Jet Bear and Giant – zany game to conquer upward land in the skies

Posted by wicked February - 20 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off
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Jet Bear and Giant is a zany game to conquer upward land in the skies. Our pint-sized hero is a little bear attached to his giant. Though small- bear possesses all the weapons and power to protect giant while bungee slinging him upward on patches of land in the sky. Beware of foes and see how… View Article

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