Do you enjoy the Apple iOS interface? Do you want it on your Android? Well, don’t expect to ever gain the full experience of iOS on Android, but you can at least make your Android look like iPhone. There are a couple of notable apps in the Android Market that will help you.
We’ve all had that stubborn app that just won’t work. Android users are constantly greeted with that “The applications has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.” message when you need to use the app most. Your only choice is to tap “Force close” to exit the app. Many people have asked me “Why do Android apps Force Close?” It’s not an easy question to answer. There can be many reasons.
When you first get your brand new Android phone, it runs so smooth. You're mesmerized by how responsive it is. Then a few months go by. Suddenly you have to tap things twice for it to respond. Apps now take forever to load. What happened? Why is it … [Continue reading]
It's easy to add your Google Contacts, Calendar, and Mail accounts with your iPhone or iPad. Just follow these instructions. … [Continue reading]
You may have noticed an option that says "Lock" whenever you tap and hold an individual text message from within the Android Messaging app. You might wonder what it does. You're not the only one. … [Continue reading]
Did you know that you can print from Android? Even the savviest users may not take advantage of this feature. Most likely because the perception is that setting up the software is a pain. It's quite easy though, and there are several methods you can … [Continue reading]
You bought this phone, that phone, and a couple of tablets too. Over the years, you probably have stocked up enough USB chargers to have one attached to an outlet in every single room of your home. So you might plug your Moto X into a charger for … [Continue reading]
Since Android devices can render the desktop version of web pages very well, you'd think there would be no need for mobile versions of websites anymore. I guess they come in handy some of the time. Mobile versions of web pages load faster, but … [Continue reading]
A factory reset will set your Android back to its default state. The process, also known as a "hard" or "master" reset, will erase data from the device and set the Android OS back to default settings. … [Continue reading]
If you work an 8 to 5 shift as a cubicle-dweller, chances are you are using some form of Microsoft Outlook to manage your appointments. Naturally, you'll want to add your Outlook Calendar to your Android so you can have access to it anywhere you go. … [Continue reading]