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Some good apps for your Kindle Fire

You know good devices need decent apps to be fully utilized and fortunately then there are many apps for your Kindle Fire. Having used dozens of apps on the Fire HDX 8.9, these are the ones I have used the most.

Gps for Kindle Fire

This is a wifi-shared GPS software between Android phone and Kindle Fire. It should work with another software named “WifiGps Server for Kindle Fire” running on Android phone.

It has full functions as same as real GPS chip by using a hardware GPS driver.
It not only can offer location information but also can offer satellite information .
It majorly be written by Native C, so it has very low latency. Low latency is very important for navigation.

Ericom WebConnect Client

Ericom WebConnect remote desktop client provides quick, easy and secure mobile access to centrally published and managed Windows desktops and applications hosted on Terminal Services / RDS / VDI / physical PCs.
Ericom WebConnect’s unique patent protected technology provides unparalleled usability and productivity by automatically resizing all Windows objects to optimal size.
You get highly accurate screen control, intuitive up-down scrolling and the only mobile RDP client that supports both touchpad and floating pointers.
A unique function bar for tablets that displays popular keys (Esc, Tab, Ctrl, Alt, and Windows) and other productivity functions.
Blaze-powered RDP acceleration works up to 10 times faster than regular RDP clients.

Resume Maker

This app helps you to makes writing a professional resume easy. This full featured app provides all the tools you need to write a high quality resume that will get the attention of hiring managers. Our resume and career experts track the latest trends in job and talent search practices. We can help you write a resume you can use to apply for jobs and share on social media. Individual Software is the developer and publisher of Resume Maker and the #1 best selling resume products for over 12 years.

Magical world of mobile games

Today probably almost everyone on Earth has a mobile phone, computer, tablets or any other popular device. According to the UN International Telecommunications Union, there are currently 6.8 billion mobile phone subscriptions in the world.

We use our mobiles to play games and that’s just the best! The main magic of that is you can play your favorite games any time you want and anywhere you are.

However the fact is mobile games have become an inherent part of our lives left far behind such traditional forms of entertainment as movies and even music. As you see a very dramatic transformation has come about.

For instance, according to a new survey, consumer spending in-game apps has soared to more than double the size of spending on digital music and 96 percent of them said that they play mobile games at home at least once a day.

So, who hasn’t played mobile games today? Sure, nobody would say ‘I’ to this funny question.

As the video game industry has progressed rapidly so no doubt the list of our favorite ones is updating constantly.

The top Android games of September 2014 includes such ones as “Valiant Hearts: The Great War” is amazing story of 5 crossed destinies and a broken love in a world torn apart, pazzle game “Twelve a Dozen”, “Angry Birds: Stella” – you can play ot on your Android, third-person perspective simulation video game “Goat Simulator”, “Stealth” – you can play online for free, “Dragon Quest I”, “Fotonica” is all about speed, jumping and exploring a 3D world, “Goblin Sword” offering lot of fun visuals, good music and engaging level design, “Bullseye Geography Challenge” which is the largest adventure quiz games of its type with Google Maps support and many others attractive, intriguing and interesting mobile games.

World gaming continues to evolve and improve. Canada is the world’s third-largest video-game developer and you can learn more about mobile games reading mobile games news Canada, mobile games discussion, analysis, opinion, events, to make your choice.

Actually there are many reasons why video games may be actually good for you and there are truly life lessons you have learned from a video game.

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Audiobooks on your Android

There are many perfect apps you can hey free to listen your favorite books on your phone or tablet. As to me I prefer to use these two ones:

Free Audiobooks Search

Search of free audiobooks, that are available in the public domain in the internet. You can search for the title of the book or author’s name. Search and playback requires an internet connection.

Genres books available for search in our application: Detectives, Adventures, Thriller, Action, Historical books, Biographies and Memoirs, Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Russian Literature, Foreign Literature, Novels, Comedy, Business, Fairy Tales, Children, Psychology, Esoteric, Religion, Sociology; Audiobooks in English, Russian and other languages.

Smart AudioBook Player

This program is designed specially for playing audio books.
Assumed that you have audiobooks and already copied them to your phone.
First 30 days Full version. Later – Basic version.

Features:
Playback speed control.
Classification of books (new, started, finished).
Download cover from the Internet.
List of characters. You can manually create a list of characters to easier follow the story.
Automatic pause in case you fall asleep. To continue playback just shake your phone.
Playback history.
Application Widget. Allows you to control the player from the home screen.
By specifying a root folder containing all your audiobook, you can exclude your folders which contains music and other audio files.
You don’t have to finish one book to start another. The progress is saved independently for all books.

Buying the right mobile package for your business

Signing up for the wrong business mobile package can result in a host of problems and cause your operating costs to spiral. This means it’s vital that you know what to look for when you’re searching for a new contract.

Luckily, there are plenty of deals to choose from. For example, you can head to firms such as Chess to peruse the range of mobile packages on offer. However, before you start looking at individual offers, it’s important that have your priorities straight. Here are some of the main issues to consider when you’re getting a new mobile contract.

Calls

For many companies, calls are the main focus of mobile contracts. After all, being able to pick up the phone to speak to customers, suppliers, business partners and so on is a must for enterprises. To benefit from the best possible contract, you’ll need to understand your call usage. By monitoring your level of call activity before signing up to a new deal, you should find it easier to identify the tariffs that suit you best.

It’s also important to bear in mind that call allowances are generally restricted to national landline numbers, while mobile and non-geographical numbers tend to be charged at a higher rate. Before you sign a contract, you should make sure you fully understand any call exclusions and are aware of the extent to which they will affect you.

If you make a lot of international calls, you might be best going for a mobile VoIP solution. However, if you intend to take this approach, you’ll need a very large data allowance or your costs may end up soaring.

Data

Mobile data allowances are becoming increasingly important as a part of business mobile contracts. To get the best deal, you’ll need to understand your typical mobile web usage. Bear in mind that sending and receiving emails doesn’t tend to use much data, but attachments such as large documents and photos can. Browsing the web is also a fairly low-usage activity. In contrast, video streaming eats through data quickly.

If you often engage in high data usage activities, you’ll need a contract with a significant allowance. Although this may mean your set costs are higher, it will save you money overall and it will help ensure you don’t feel restricted when using your mobile.

Reception

There’s no point in getting a great deal on your business mobile if you can’t use your phone much of the time due to a lack of reception. This could spell disaster for your daily operations and it is a waste of money too.

Most operators offer good services across the UK. However, before you sign any contracts, make sure you check the coverage in the areas where you will use your phone. This is especially important if you live or work or rural areas, where services can be limited.

Contract length

Contract length is another variable to consider. If you’re confident that a particular deal is right for you and you foresee yourself requiring a business mobile for a long time, it may be wise to go for a 24 or 36-month contract. This could help you get a more competitive deal and lower your monthly payments. However, if you’re unsure about a contract or you think your circumstances may change, it may be better to opt for a shorter deal.

Useful Android apps

If youy’re happy owner of some of Google-powered smartphones or tablets you use different application of course to be udated for your mobile music, email, social networking, GPS, games etc. So, here some of the latest you probably have not yet but would like to try:

The Beat Bang

This is a music production app that comes with 8 built-in sound kits (72 samples). Most features are not available on the demo version. The full version is under development.
Features:
Multitouch
9 Pads
7 drum/sample kits
loads samples from SD Card

Zagat

This is an 100% free and re-built app that help you to find the best restaurants all around the world.

Quicken Starter Edition 2013

is a part of the overall package for personal finance app Quicken 2013, enabling users to check their account balances, transactions and budget from their smartphone or tablet, with updates and alerts built in.

The Grint

is a golfing app that helps players keep track of their handicap and statistics. Avaliable for iPhone and Android!

Noozy

will help you easy to navigate through your media collection and the app’s options.

Search Game Apps

Everyone who likes to play games knows pretty well that there are so many online games offering truly perfect online entertainment in all its diversity.

Today you can play games right from your smartphone or Android tablet, to enjoy with your favorites, to meet new friends and players from all around the world.

You know, often you pick some game up to play for minutes, but then you see that it catches you for hours. Life is more fun if you play games, right?

Sure, playing games you should download needed applications to your Android. There are various Apps to download for your device that it may seem overwhelming. But you know, plenty is no plague.

Then now you can get access to http://appydiscovery.com/ to search for right apps to play any games you love. Whether it is action, arcade, pokies, sports, card, adventure or somethig else. All what you need is just to pick the category you need then to get top Android apps instantly.

We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing! Don’t you think about?

How to clear cache on Sony Xperia S

Here is the you can clear your Android Sony Xperia S, its cookies, cache and internet history:

To clear cookies
1.From the homescreen, tap all applications
2.Tap Internet
3.Press the Menu button
4.Tap More
5.Tap Settings
6.Scroll down to and tap Clear all cookie data
7.Tap OK

To clear your browser cache
1.From the homescreen, tap all applications
2.Tap Internet
3.Press the Menu button
4.Tap More
5.Tap Settings
6.Scroll down to and tap Clear cache
7.Tap OK

Football Live Stream for Android

Watch Football Live Stream on your Android for free.

The Number 1 Football Stream app for all Android devices. Now you can watch for free any football match and many other sports as well. For any questions or issues CONTACT US at support@footballstreet.net

To stream a match use the MATCHES and MORE MATCHES buttons!!! The Live TV feature is a new feature and it might not work properly!

No more waiting, ladies and gentleman , the Number 1 app for Football Live Stream is here on the Play Market! Now you can broadcast soccer and watch how your favorite team performs in it’s national championship and not only.

Sprint Galaxy S3

Samsung

is the brand I love the most, if you dont know yet:-) Now, my favorite is Sprint Galaxy S3. If was yhe most-anticipated Android phone of 2012 and finally it comes to me. The Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) features a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 1280 x 720 resolution. The phone runs on Android 4.0 (ICS) and comes with pre-installed apps such as Google Wallet and Sprint Zone.

2G Network – GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network – HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
SIM – Micro-SIM

Body – 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm (5.38 x 2.78 x 0.34 in)
Weight – 133 g (4.69 oz)

Sound – Alert types, Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones

Memory Card slot microSD, up to 64 GB

Internal 16/32/64 GB storage, 1 GB RAM

Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, EDR

Camera 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
Simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilization

Android OS, v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich), upgradeable to 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)

Chipset Exynos 4412 Quad
CPU Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9
GPU Mali-400MP
Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Browser HTML, Adobe Flash
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS
GPS with A-GPS support and GLONASS
Java via Java MIDP emulator
Colors Pebble blue, Marble white, Amber brown, Garnet red, Sapphire black, Titanium grey, La Fleur

– S-Voice natural language commands and dictation
– Smart Stay eye tracking
– Dropbox (50 GB storage)
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
– TV-out (via MHL A/V link)
– SNS integration
– MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
– MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player
– Organizer
– Image/video editor
– Document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
– Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa
– Voice memo/dial/commands
– Predictive text input (Swype)