Recommended Android Apps (you might not know) – Part 1, Utilities
This will be a loose series of blog posts presenting my favourite Android Apps. This selection is naturally quite subjective, but you might find some apps you don’t know yet. If root access is required, this is mentioned, as well as free vs. ad-supported vs. paid.
Besides the usual stuff (works, doesn’t crash etc.), I like good UI design and of course a responsive developer, if that was necessary.
In the first part there are utilities – system tools, synchronization, file manangement and so on. Continue reading “Best Android Apps – Part 1, Utilities”
If you have to work with CSS-files from other people (and I mean people who have a different understanding of code style) or with compressed files (and I mean big files), you need an automatic reformatting tool – that’s what this collection/review of online tools for css formatting is for. Continue reading “Online CSS formatting tools”
In case you don’t already know Dropbox: It’s a free online storage which gives you 2GB of space (which can be increased by being invited/inviting people (see below) – or by purchasing a Pro-Account for $99/year).
I use Dropbox now since about one a half year and can highly recommend it, so I decided to write a quick review. Continue reading “Dropbox online storage – Review”
Yesterday the Magic Mouse arrived (yes it’s one of the worst photos ever made, I know) and to be honest, I was somewhat disappointed in the first place.
Design is great, the material feels very good and the concept is really really cool. But there are some annoying things – most of which can be solved via additional software. Continue reading “Apple Magic Mouse”