Posts Tagged ‘ios’

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As the above graph suggests, Android sales are growing back again after the slight decline for Q4 2011, completely overtaking the smartphone market with its 61%. More »

Up till now, Flipboard was only for iOS, but ever since the Samsung Galaxy S III came out, an exclusive Android version has arrived, only for the Samsung handset. More »

Android fans may remember Verizon’s ‘Droid Does‘ campaign well: it started with Motorola’s original DROID and was helpful in giving Android a leg up on iOS in the United States in 2009. More »

You probably aren’t quite aware of this when you bought the phone you’re using and happily uploaded all those images, but apparently, Android OS - and basically all the operating systems out there (yes, including iOS) - all have the ability to access locally stored photos on your devices. Hmm. More »

Hey yo guys! Get your visually impaired friends to try this out. A recent app called the BrailleTouch is developed to help the blind communicate with others through their devices. More »

At the same time we have our heads in the smartphone pool of awesomeness, lots of newbies are still joining the fun every single day. And according to the newest study from NPD recently, lots of first-time smartphone buyers all pick Android. More »

With almost everyone in sight holding their own smartphone, Android, iOS or Windows Phone, computers seem to be used less and less these days. And a recent study held by Canalys has just proven that theory to be 100% true. More »

-In the new Galaxy S II TV ad, iOS users get “Samsunged”. What’s your opinion on the ad?

-Apple is now busy filing yet another lawsuit, this time targeting towards the lockscreen feature on the Galaxy Nexus. More »

From Ziggytek: A huge amount of device activations took place for both iOS and Android, but Apple could have been superior over its mobile rival by around 1.6 million, according to Philip Elmer-DeWitt, and Fortune columnist. More »

Christmas is a special day, and indeed in the smartphone market as well. Looks like our Android and iOS have decided to work together, and the results are quite fantastic, if not wonderfully spontaneous. More »

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