Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Thursday, March 07, 2013
Here is what I love about the service:
- Access my stuff from anywhere... yeah anywhere... PC, Android phone, Android Tablet, Mom's iPad, laptop...anywhere.
- Clean and Crisp user interface. Its simple and elegant and the think I love the fact that i can add a new note in a giffy.
- Attaching files to notes... oh yeah.. love this.
- Organizing stuff into notebooks on top of labels.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
The blogosphere is abuzz with the news of Adobe stopping to support flash for Android. There are 2 sentiments that I picked up from all the literature published on the web:
1) The fanboi group is talking about payback for 1999 and how Steve Jobs was right all along.
2) Quiet a few people are applauding Adobe for this step. Continuing to support flash was a loosing battle.
Personally, I was never a fan of flash but did not hate it either. It had come to signify annoying intros and adverts on websites for me but I accepted it as part and parcel of web dev technologies.
That being said, who is using flash right now ? I am writing this post on a nexus7 tablet with Jelly Bean and this device never supported flash and quiet frankly this has not made a difference to my web experience. I guess the web development world stared migrating away from flash long ago and this was just the final nail in the coffin.
I am kinda sad it all ended for flash the way it did, it was a powerful tool and HTML 5 is nowhere close to the feature set of Flash right now.
bye bye flash !
Friday, May 18, 2012
I am a fan of the whole metro and tiles thing going on windows phone world. It just makes using a smartphone easier for people. This is the main reason i got my wife a WP7 phone when we upgraded our plan last month and she couldn't be happier with her phone but this post is not about her experience.... it is about the Launcher 7 application on android.
|Get the app on Google Play|
Thanks to the post on this app by Matt Smith that introduced me to the app.
I decided to give it a spin on my HTC One S.
|Initial settings screen and home screen|
This app really rocks and kudos to the development team. The app has all the key features that would make my phone feel like a windows phone. Love the way the drag and drop of tiles has been implemented too.
It is kinda cool that my phone now looks like a windows phone but its scary too so I am switching back to my familiar HTC sense launcher UI for now.
Friday, April 20, 2012
|Simple menu popup from add-on|
|Screenshot of page, crop to select QR code|