There are dozens of great web browsers available for Android, depending on the features you’re looking for. Whether it’s syncing with your desktop, or super-speedy browsing, or support for flash navigation, you have options galore—some of them popular, others not so much. This week we’re going to look at five of the best Android browsers, based on your nominations.
Firefox for Android has come a long way since its days in beta. It’s fast, it’s free, it fully supports Firefox Sync, so if you use Firefox on the desktop, it’ll bring in your bookmarks and passwords. It’s the first mobile browser to truly support Do Not Track, and the “Awesome Page” start screen that shows you all of your recently visited tabs helps you get right back to what you were doing if you had to put your phone down. It even supports add-ons and Personas, although there aren’t too many of them yet. A few more options, and Firefox would be a good contender for our favorite, but it’s clearly already one of yours, and for good reason.
The Galaxy S3 with a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos CPU @ 1.4GHz, 1GB of RAM, and 16 or 32GB of storage. The Galaxy S3 comes pre-loaded with Android 4.0 ICS, and looks to be leading the 2012 Android smartphone race. But there’s plenty of room for some essential Android Apps and Games. Now let’s take a look at the top best free apps/games for your Galaxy S3.
Cloud print allows you to print files from your phone to your printer.
In order to do this it uses the new Google Cloud Print service you should configure your pc following this guide: http://www.google.com/landing/cloudprint/
NEW: if you have an Cloudprint ready printer (Epson, Kodak etc) or HP E-Print enabled printer you don’t need your pc to be on, for other printers your pc needs to be ON.
Same as VLC for Windows, OS X, and various Linux/Unix flavors, VLC for Android promises to play every audio and video format in every container… ever. For now hardware decoding is experimental, so one would need a fairly beefy device to do software decoding, especially for HD video formats. Contrary to its full-fledged-OS brethren, VLC for Android also features a media library and touch gesture controls, as expected from a portable application. Network video streaming is also supported, which comes in mighty handy when one wishes to have one’s whole movie collection in one’s hand.
Android Tablets all have no DVD/Blu-ray Driver, if you want to watch DVD movies on Android Tablets or play Blu-ray Full HD movies on Android Tablets, we need rip Blu-ray/DVD Disc to Android friendly video format or VLC playable video format. Here is Blu-ray movies to Android Converter, DVD movies to Android Converter. With it, we can convert Blu-ray/DVD to Android Tablet for watching.
If you’re the proud owner of a new Amazon Kindle Fire, your purchase decision might have been influenced by the tablet’s superior app selection over its rival, the Nook Tablet. As any tablet owner knows, perusing an app store for good finds is half the fun. But it’s also okay to cheat a bit by looking through lists of the best apps around. Here is best free Android app for Kindle Fire.
And we know, if we want to sync videos and audios to our Android Decive, we are use Windows Media Player or iTunes. But they must have USB cable,It has some limitations.
Toady I will tell you the best free Android sync tool – doubletwist. It can sync and play your iTunes playlists, podcasts and videos; imports ratings too!
Number one app in Newsweek’s Top 10 Android apps for 2011
Tom is back with an all new adventure!
PLEASE NOTE: When running the app for the first time you will be required to download additional 3-28 MB to get the best graphics quality for your device.
Tom is back with an all new adventure! Tom is your cat that responds to your touch and repeats everything you say in a funny voice.
Since Tom is now an international celebrity, he’s moved out of the alley and into a cool apartment.
But everything is not perfect for Tom, his neighbour Ben teases and pesters him constantly.