Best Apps To Replace your Stock Apps : Camera Edition

Best Apps To Replace your Stock Apps : Camera Edition

Android is the most loved OS in the world. The main reason for that being the freedom of customization it offers to its users.
Most don’t even bother using anything other than their stock apps, but then there are people like me who are always keeping an eye out for something better. Yes, we are going to look into some apps which have the potential to replace your stock apps. Why? Because having a choice is an amazing feeling.

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We are back!

We are back!

It’s summer and the time flies by. I’ve always wanted to create an Android/Tech blog since I enjoy writing about those topics. That’s why a while ago Rami and I founded Android Circle. It’s been a long time since then, and now we are back. Our team has gotten bigger and our goals have been set.

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Farewell to the Google Now Launcher

Farewell to the Google Now Launcher

This week we got the strange news that the Google Now Launcher won’t be available to download from the Play Store soon. This makes me think about the future of Android and what can we expect to see from Google. Discontinuation of the Google Now Launcher will have some impact on our Android devices and Operating System. I’m thrilled, but at the same time, scared at what can we expect to see the future.

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The quest for the perfect wallpaper app

The quest for the perfect wallpaper app

As someone who likes to freshen up his device with new wallpapers, I’ve been ever on the lookout for the perfect wallpaper app. Some apps were hard to use, others had a poor selection, and still others bombarded me with ads. I had resorted to using a more archaic method of changing my wallpaper. I would find wallpapers online, download them, then set them manually. It wasn’t until recently that I heard again about this free app called Backdrops, an app that I had used in ages past, but had found extremely buggy.

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Muzei — The app you used but now forgot exists

Muzei — The app you used but now forgot exists

Unless you are a new Android user, I’m sure you’ve installed and deleted a lot of different apps. You probably can’t even remember the first app you installed on your first Android device! If we go to “All Apps and Games” on the Google Play Store, swipe to “All,” than scroll to the bottom, we can actually find that out. (I was scrolling for a while). My first app that I ever downloaded to my first Android device was… Adobe Acrobat Reader. Yes, nothing too exciting. What your first app? Let us know in the comments!

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Gboard and why we waited so long

Gboard and why we waited so long

We are using keyboard on our smartphones and computers every day and it’s important tool for our daily tasks. Thanks to the Android’s customizability we can pick and use different themes and keyboard apps that give us different experiences. I’m personally fan of simple and minimal looks that doesn’t have many features but I’m sure some of you really like more complex looking keyboards with tons of different features. I’m sure that there’s a keyboard for everyone in the Play Store. Some of them are even very experimental and not usable in the day to day use.

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