The first app I usually get from the Google Play store when setting up a new Android phone is Nova Launcher. It’s excellent and the most popular third-party launcher app on Android. It just got even better now, especially for those who use the free version of the launcher. The Nova Launcher ver. 6 (currently Beta) enables you to resize icons without the Nova Prime upgrade (it’s around $6 I think).
Here’s a quick tip on how to type text in all capital letters (LIKE THIS) on Android phones’ touch keyboards.
Clearing browsing history, cookies, and cached files in Chrome browser is easy on all operating systems and involves only a few taps / clicks. Here’s how you can do it on an Android phone (or tablet) with the latest Chrome version, as of June 2018. Procedure for recent Chrome versions and other operating systems and devices is very similar if not the same.
Bandcamp is probably the biggest source for free (legal) music downloads on the Internet today. Not only that, it provides high-quality audio formats such as .flac, .aiff and .wav, besides more compact but lower-quality .mp3 and .aac.
If you are a regular Bandcamp visitor, you probably know that the website’s search option doesn’t allow you to find only free music by filtering out paid tracks and albums. Here’s a pair of quick tips on how to find a plenty of free music downloads on Bandcamp via your Android phone or computer (Apple iPhones and iPads don’t allow direct audio file downloads. You have to use a computer to put downloaded music on your iPhone & iPad.)
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