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Photo Collage application for Android
[March 24, 2015 – 03:08 pm]
Photo Collage application for Android

Sometimes it takes more than a single photo to capture a moment. Collage apps on Android have become increasingly popular, because they give users much more freedom to express their photography and enables them to create unique galleries. And with the ongoing trend of increasing screen sizes, check out these apps to Insta-photobomb your friends on that big and shiny phablet display of yours. KD Collage includes templates for just about as many photos as you d like, whether it s the standard two-to-four photos, five to nine or even 20 at a time. One unique advantage in KD Collage…

Tango application for Android
[January 8, 2015 – 08:54 am]
Tango application for Android

Tango If you’re looking for a full service replacement for FaceTime for Android, and you have friends willing to jump ship, Tango might be just what you’re looking for. The app had its initial release in 2009, and unlike the other offerings on this list, Android is Tango’s primary platform — although there are builds for iOS and Windows phones, Google’s OS is its native element. That means that hardware optimization is at its peak, leading to a smoother user experience and better call quality. On a WiFi-only device, you can interact with any of Tango’s 200 million users without…

Painting application for Android
[May 20, 2015 – 08:10 am]
Painting application for Android

[Price: Free / $3.99] Autodesk is a well-known supplier of creative software and their Sketchbook Pro app is a long time mainstay in the artistic community. It boasts professional grade features including full-screen work spaces, up to 2500% zoom, more than 10 brushes, Dropbox support, and more features are unlockable by creating a (free) SketchBook account. If you pay for premium, you’ll have over 100 brushes, pencils, pens, markers, etc, layers, more advanced settings, and far more extra stuff. It’s about as close to a pro art tool as you can find on Android and it’s worth…

Web Service for Android application
[November 24, 2014 – 03:10 pm]
Web Service for Android application

One of the things I’ve noticed budding Android developers struggle most with is how to properly integrate content being pulled form web services into their Android apps. Many of them have been focusing exclusively on figuring out layouts and other user interface related issues and haven’t yet developed an understanding of the underlying threading model in Android, and the fact that you don’t want to do network IO (or anything that takes time for that matter!) on the “main” thread. Some of them have already discovered ASyncTask, but find the documentation a bit difficult to digest…