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Ringdroid app for android

If you are bored of the old and stupid ringtones on your android smartphone and done with listening to the same ringtones all the time then you don’t have to be annoyed anymore because we bring you one of the best android apps available for your android smartphone that will let you create your own ringtones for your android device and enjoy the amazing new tunes that you actually prefer over the built-in ringtones. Just download and install the amazing Ringdroid app on your android smartphone and start creating your own ringtones from your preferred music files. You can create amazing ringtones from your own mp3 files that are stored on your android smartphone. So if you want to create a ringtone out of your favorite song then you can easily do so in the amazing Ringdroid app directly on your android smartphone. You don’t need your computer anymore for …

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Cubot X10

Cubot X10 has brighter and crisp 5.5-inch LCD display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution which in short we say HD dispay. The device is powered by a decent 1.4GHz MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor as well as a gigantic 2GB of RAM memory. The internal storage of Cubot X10 is also 16GB and there is a microSD slot for further storage expansion when needed via micro SD card. Not only that, there is  also a nice camera of 13 Megapixels at the back while for taking selfies and making video call on the go, and there is a decent 8.0 mega pixels of front shooter. The only thing that people might get a negative thought is the 3G connectivity because most of the device from other vendors are offering 4G connectivity these days but that doesn’t matter if you are ok with 3G for now. Apart from 3G connectivity, the includes GPS, …

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Google Maps without an Internet connection

Lost in Nowhereland with no Internet connection as far as you can see? As always, Google Maps can help you find your way back, as long as you have an iOS or an Android device, even if you are offline. Google recently added a feature to Google Maps, which lets you save maps to your phone. If you ever plan on going somewhere where you will find yourself with no Internet connection (or incredibly high roaming fees), you should have an off-line map handy! It doesn’t matter if you are on Android or iOS, you can use Google Maps to find your way even if you have no Internet whatsoever. In case you don’t know, it’s really easy to download maps from Google Maps for offline use, and it should take you no longer than a minute of your time. However, there are some drawbacks, which I will come to later. …

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LG G4 over the Galaxy S6

The year the Samsung Galaxy S6 — and specifically the edge model — spends a good deal of time in my pocket and in my hand. And for a few weeks that was the case. The outstanding screen and camera pretty much made it a no-brainer. Then came the LG G4. I’d used 2014’s LG G3 for a bit, but it never really stuck with me. The new QHD display was finicky with oversharpening, and LG’s software was a non-starter for me. This year, that’s changed a bit.To be clear, you can’t really go wrong with either one of these phones. But I’ve made a choice, and it’s been a pretty easy one to come to. So here’s why I’d pick the LG G4 over the Samsung Galaxy S6. Ergonomics Again, I’d gone for the Galaxy S6 edge. As I’ve written before, if I was going to go Samsung in 2015, I …

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How To do wireless charging to any Smartphone

Wireless charging is no longer a gimmick. It’s convenient, easy and finally available to everyone. How? Let’s show you how you can add wireless charging to any smartphone fora mere $16. Despite the fact that more and more manufacturers offer wireless charging out of the box, in most cases it’s still optional. Moreover, chances are your smartphone won’t be able to charge wirelessly without a back plate replacement; and even then, you usually have to buy an additional charger yourself. However, what do you do if your smartphone is not inductive charging friendly and you want to try wireless charging yourself? Fortunately, there is a way to transform any smartphone into a wireless charging device. It’s cheap, easy and fast. The only two things you need are a wireless charging card and a wireless charger. I must admit that I have never paid attention to wireless charging, it was a feature I …

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ASUS Zenfone 2 – review

ASUS had more than enough new things to show at Computex 2015. We have already checked out the ASUS Zenpad series, Zen AiO, ZenWatch 2, a new Transformer Book and even the Zenfone Selfie. Most people seem to be ignoring the new Zenfone 2 devices, though. Not us! In fact, we are pretty darn excited to see these new Zenfone 2 versions, as they are actually quite different from the original Zenfone 2 series. The affordable smartphone is being upgraded to a whole new level, really.   For starters, these new phones come with Snapdragon processors instead of Intel chips. Their cameras have also been upgraded with the inclusion of laser auto-focus. And as the cherry on top, there’s also a 6-inch version with more power to throw around. Let’s go through them one by one.   ASUS Zenfone 2 ZE500KL This is the smallest new Zenfone, with a much …

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