Android Balls | Your Android Resource Center | Page 3
  • The Best Desktop Manager for Android

    EXPAND Google doesn’t have a dedicated PC or Mac client for Android devices, but you can still manage your smartphone or tablet from a desktop with AirDroid. AirDroid 2 Lands at Google Play, Brings Web-Based Remote Control Along Android: We mentioned AirDroid 2’s public beta a few months ago, but the new version is…Read more […]

    Read more »
  • Leaked video shows Samsung Galaxy S5 running Android L

    #ANDROID L Android boss Sundar Pichai at Google I/O (Image: Reuters) 11 3 By tech2 News Staff /  05 Oct 2014 , 13:37 Soon after reports that Android L was expected to come in the first week of November, we have received a first look at what the next Android iteration will look like. Sammobile, known for releasing […]

    Read more »
  • 20 best Android apps this week

    WhoSampled, FIFA 15, Camera51, The Nightmare Cooperative, Treehouse, Star Wars: Commander and more Share71 The Best Android Apps roundup is back, Back, BACK after a few weeks off due to travel, and the difficulties of finding anyone else foolish enough to dig through RSS feeds, press releases and information from developers on new Android apps. […]

    Read more »
  • Say hello to Android L: Video reveals ‘Lollipop’ features

    ext operating system has been previewed in a video that shows a leaked version of the software Known as Android L – which may stand for Lollipop or even Layer Cake – the software is the successor to KitKat and will be used on upcoming phones In the video, features including lock-screen notifications are shown […]

    Read more »
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Feature Focus – Multitasking

    BY JOSHUA VERGARA OCTOBER 4, 2014 36 802 7097716 Multitasking is an important feature of our Android smartphones and tablets that we’ve all come to appreciate. While multitasking generally involves the ability to easily switch between the various apps that you may be using, Samsung as always, manages to pack a lot more than the […]

    Read more »
  • Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

    The Galaxy Note Edge is the biggest surprise out of Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event. We knew that Samsung was working on a device that had display with a curved edge, but we were not really expecting it today. Staying true to the Note series of devices, the Galaxy Note Edge keeps everything the […]

    Read more »
  • Google Voice MMS capabilities expanded in North America

    NEWS By Jerry Hildenbrand | Oct 06 2014 | 6:38 pm | 77 Comments MMS via Google Voice Google has expanded carrier support for picture messaging over Google Voice. After working with carriers for support, users on 100 different North American carriers — including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers, Telus, and many more — […]

    Read more »
  • Android – A beginner’s guide 

    Covers the basics of Android application development (you don’t even need an Android phone). Introduction This tutorial is a starting point for developing Android apps. It will explain the very basics of the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) and how to use it with Eclipse. To understand this tutorial, you don’t need to have any […]

    Read more »

Back to Top