Cherlynn joined the Laptopmag team in June 2013 and has since been writing about all things tech and digital with a focus on mobile and Internet software development. She also edits and reports occasionally on video. She graduated with a M.S. in Journalism (Broadcast) from Columbia University in May 2013 and has been designing personal websites since 2001.
I have recently buy an Android Phone. I am always in search of good android applications. But finally after reading your blog i have got that. You really shared good information about new Android Apps. Thanks for sharing.
I have recently buy an Android Phone. I am always in search of good android applications. But finally after reading your genial blog i have got that. You really shared perfect information about new Android Apps. Thank you to be such a charitable lady.
One of my new favorites is the RealPlayer cloud app. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.real.RealPlayerCloud&hl=en You’re able to add videos of any format to your collection in the cloud and it is automatically adjusted for your device screen-size, bandwidth and device type prior to playback. Makes sharing so much easier and obviously faster. Definitely recommend.
Congratulations, you’ve written an article about android apps using a paginated webpage. Why? So it’s really difficult for people using android device to navigate your article. I’ve stopped reading your article at page 2
I’m sure that Ms. Low has provided useful information, but the “slideshow” or “paginated” format (repeatedly clicking to load a new page with a new tidbit of information) has become tiresome. And unacceptable.
Apparently the purpose of the slideshow format is to force-load new pages with ads. I get it – ads are necessary. Unfortunately, this format has gone too far, and gets in the way of the message. It has become so bad that I no longer click on “articles” with titles like “10 Best Apps …” or “12 New Features …”.
In addition to being annoying, this format wastes bandwidth. I would never click on these “articles” when using a cellular data plan.
This is the internet equivalent of distracting late-night TV lawyer commercials or infomercials. It’s a real shame, because I’m sure that Ms. Low worked hard to present some good information.