There are so many different weather-related apps available in the Play Store. I’m sure many of you have already downloaded, tried and used some of them. But since the selection is so big, where should the newcomer start? Search for ‘weather’ in Google Play store and you will get long list of apps. But which one should the newcomer choose?
Hi, My name is Jack, and I’m the newest addition to the team of writers at Android Circle. I’m extremely excited about writing articles here, as well as the future of AC.
Here is my first article, enjoy!
One of the characteristics of Android that sets it apart from other mobile operating systems (*cough* iOS *cough*) is that it is extremely customisable. A big part of that customisability is the ability to change the home screen completely. Not only can one arrange icons of the home screen however they want, but they can even change the look of the icons themselves.
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!
Holidays are almost over and we are all loving to view (and compare) our photos. Me and my friends did this a while ago and I realized something… No matter the phone, my friends photos have way more noise than mine and most of them looked blurry and overexposed. This is why I’m writing this article, to improve and show you this little trick that you can do no matter the phone you have (…don’t expect miracles if your phone’s camera isn’t a little good).
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.
There are several factors in how we pick our next smartphone. First we consider our budget and needs, than we start looking for devices that fits us the best. Well it’s definitely not an easy pick since the selection of Android devices keeps increasing. We want big batteries, gorgeous displays, good build quality and cameras that takes awesome pictures. Most of today’s flagships can deliver those needs easily but picking the right hardware and type of buttons that you want to use could be challenging.
I’m a heavy Twitter user, It’s one of my favorite social media networks since a few years now and since I own an Android device I tried different Twitter clients, some of them are really buggy, some are paid ones and others are complicated and too expensive. Because of all the reasons above I kept using the official Twitter app until Android developer, Sam Ruston published his own Twitter client called Flamingo.