Looks like Google is planning to release a series of Nexus devices this year, including some tablets, on Google Android 5.0. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is planning to partner with a variety of OEMs (in order to have up to five Pure Google Nexus devices available at once. All of these devices will ship with Android 5.0 Jelly bean
This move is likely to be announced at the next Google I/O conference.
Today we have an image editing software for you which manipulates images and allows you to re-colour them. Like the caricature artists in fairs you too can now cartoonize and re-colour your images from your photo albums or take fresh images from your camera. You can share your images in the ToonPAINT hall of fame, post them directly to facebook, tweet about them and also e-mail them.
Lets look at some of the features of the app. After you’ve selected your image, the app processes the image and you can pan/zoom to the desired region, change shading options and the sizes of various attributes that modify the image. After you’ve set the image the [...]
Today we decided to review something fun for you. Here’s MicDroid from the Android Marketplace. Its a audio recording software which auto tunes your ‘be-sura’ voice into a one hit wonder. We had quite a lot of fun while playing with this app. It can provide random entertainment while your waiting for a bus or a train or in line for your movie tickets.
Features: -Automatic pitch-correction -On-the-fly pitch correction -Email recordings -Set recordings as ringtone -Disable/enable ads in settings
The best thing about this app is that its FREE! So record yourself, your friends and even your [...]
Looks like the info caught on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc was infact not a fluke or a typo. It is rumoured and believed that the latest version of Android is due this summer -June- and will be dubbed 2.4 Ice Cream.
However, the fact that Ice Cream falls in line with their naming scheme of Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread and Honeycomb (with Ice Cream coming next falling in alphabetical order) does make this somewhat believable.
We will have to just wait until any confirmation is heard from the head devs at Google.