Search Results for: evernote

More Android apps ready for Chrome OS, porting now open to everyone

In case you didn't know yet, Android apps can now run on Chrome OS. However, you can't just download all apps you see on the Google Play Store because some porting still needs to be done. The first Android apps from Chrome OS were made available September last year and Google added seven more a few months later. This week, the Internet giant has added four more apps so this means there are now 28 Android apps ready to run on your Chromebook.

Neo smartpen N2 fuses physical handwriting and digital notekeeping

It's interesting to see that as our lives become more and more digital, there is a certain movement towards going back to old school analog habits and then melding them with our current digital set-up. We see that in the emergence of cameras and accessories that print photos immediately and now with apps and hardware trying to merge actual writing with a digital twist. The Neo smartpen N2 is one of those products that would appeal to artists and productivity nuts that would like the best of both worlds.

Swipes now available to solve your productivity needs on Android

Productivity apps are a dime a dozen in this day and age where our smartphones also function as our personal digital assistant (remember the good ole days of the PDA? No?). Trying to choose which one best suits your needs or preferences is tricky. If you are used to using Inbox by Gmail by now and if you rely on Evernote, this new app available on Android may be something you can consider.

Cyanogen OS 12 ‘L’ out next week, picks up Boxer email app

Cyanogen Inc, the startup, has not kept it a secret that it wants to out-Google Google when it comes to growing up the Android platform. But to be able to really compete with head to head with Google's version of Android, Cyanogen must also be able to replace some of the core functionality and services that the search giant has to offer. Some of the pieces may be already in place, like the Nextbit Baton partnership last year, and Cyanogen is now adding one more: Boxer's email app.

Corgi for Feedly brings you news you want to actually read

If you've missed having a dog deliver your newspaper (of if you've always wanted to experience that), you can have the 21st century digital edition of that piece of American suburban life. Corgi for Feedly brings you the news that actually matters to you in a manner that doesn't have too many frills and bells. It's just a straightforward news reader to help you sort through or make sense of all the gazillion news items or articles that you come across each day.

IFTTT rebrands app, releases three new stand-alone widgets

If you're a true-blue digital native, you know that IFTTT (if this then that, if you want to spell it out) has made our lives a bit easier and has allowed users to concoct "recipes", depending on the triggers that they want on mobile and desktop devices. Now the "Internet of Things glue" has released three new apps under the "Do" brand while also rebranding its own app, now known as just plain ole IF.

Facebook might be bringing Material Design to Android app

It seems like Facebook is also giving in to Google's "gentle suggestion" of using the Material Design visual guidelines, at least based on some posted screenshots. Android users might be able to enjoy floating action buttons that look like the ones that have been seen on devices that already have already received the Lollipop update. There is no official announcement yet, but it looks like tests are underway, and it is something users can look forward to.

It’s official: Microsoft buys Sunrise calendar

You may have heard whispers this week that Microsoft is out to get popular calendaring app and service Sunrise. Well, those are rumors no more as the two have just announced the acquisition. The purchase of Sunrise is just one of the latest moves that Microsoft seems to be making to redefine and redesign its productivity products, which may also speak of the once slow-moving giant's new drive to make itself and its products more relevant in a computing age that is moving away from traditional desktop thinking.

Android 5 vs iOS 8 part 2: The Recovery

In Part 1, we took a look at how some iOS 8 features looked nice and perhaps were even better than their Android counterparts. But being Android Community, we will not be content to let it end there. In this part, we will try to find ways to have those features, or at least a semblance of those, on Android. The good news is that it is all perfectly possible, given a few caveats, of course. And that's all thanks to Android's nature of openness and reusability.
Prev 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next