+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


Topics
All
Books
Family
Fun
Games
Maps
Money
Music
News
Photos
Shopping
Social
Sports
Travel
Video
Weather

Apps tagged: "live-wallpaper-with-wisdom-quotes"

  • rss feed
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Join us on Facebook

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • DxO Labs is facing severe financial difficulties, but DxOMark is unaffected

     

    Many of you will have heard of DxOMark, the dubious score given to cameras including many of those attached to Android smartphones. Recently it seems every new flagship release from a major OEM beats the previous best. The honor went to the Samsung Galaxy S9+ not so long ago and now resides with the Huawei P20 Pro.

     

    The testing part of the company is only one half of the story, however.

    Read More

    DxO Labs is facing severe financial difficulties, but DxOMark is unaffected was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 preview: Finally a viable contender to the Redmi Note 5 Pro

    ASUS’ latest phone offers the same hardware as the Redmi Note 5 Pro, but you get a larger battery and pure Android.

    Xiaomi has consolidated its position in the Indian handset segment over the course of the last 12 months by rolling out a wave of budget phones that offered great value for money. The Redmi Note 5 Pro, for instance, is the first device in the world to be powered by the Snapdragon 636, and the 4000mAh battery easily delivers two days’ of use between charges.

    ASUS is now looking to emulate Xiaomi’s success by launching the ZenFone Max Pro, which has similar specs and offers pure Android. The latter is interesting as it signifies a shift for ASUS on the software front. The Taiwanese manufacturer has mentioned that it decided to offer pure Android after receiving a lot of feedback from the Indian community, and the switch is certainly a welcome one.

    The ZenFone Max Pro isn’t lacking on the hardware front either, with the device also offering the Snapdragon 636 chipset al…

  • ASUS unveils the ZenFone Max Pro M1 in India with Snapdragon 636, 5000mAh battery, and Android 8.1 Oreo

    ASUS is effectively undercutting Xiaomi in the budget segment with its latest phone.

    ASUS hasn’t fared all that well in India last year, but the Taiwanese manufacturer is looking to change its fortunes with its latest phone. The ZenFone Max Pro M1 is an India-first device that is targeted at the budget segment — specifically against the Redmi Note 5 Pro. ASUS is offering similar specs as Xiaomi’s budget phone in the form of a Snapdragon 636, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, and a dual camera setup at the back.

    The 5000mAh battery is larger than that of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, and ASUS is doing away with its ZenUI interface in lieu of a pure Android interface, with the phone running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. What’s more interesting is the fact that the variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage will cost just ₹10,999 ($165), making the ZenFone Max Pro M1 an absolute steal. Here’s a quick look at what’s on offer.

    ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 specs

    Category
    Features

  • OnePlus India is giving away 6,000 tickets for Avengers: Infinity War

    If you’ve bought a OnePlus phone in India, you’ll be able to get a complimentary ticket for Avengers: Infinity War.

    OnePlus India tied up with Disney last year to give away 10,000 tickets for Star Wars: The Last Jedi as a way of thanking its community, and the company is now doing the same for Avengers: Infinity War ahead of the launch of the OnePlus 6. OnePlus India has announced that it will give away 6,000 tickets for the upcoming Avengers movie, with everyone that has purchased a OnePlus device in India eligible to claim the tickets.

    Like last year, the tickets will be redeemable via Paytm, and customers in ten cities — Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune and Ahmedabad — will be able to claim tickets for the movie on either April 27, 28, or 29. To claim the tickets, you’ll have to head on over to OnePlus India’s website, enter your OnePlus phone’s IMEI number, select your city, and hit the “Get It” button to generate …

  • OnePlus India is giving away 6,000 tickets for Avengers: Infinity War

    If you’ve bought a OnePlus phone in India, you’ll be able to get a complimentary ticket for Avengers: Infinity War.

    OnePlus India tied up with Disney last year to give away 10,000 tickets for Star Wars: The Last Jedi as a way of thanking its community, and the company is now doing the same for Avengers: Infinity War ahead of the launch of the OnePlus 6. OnePlus India has announced that it will give away 6,000 tickets for the upcoming Avengers movie, with everyone that has purchased a OnePlus device in India eligible to claim the tickets.

    Like last year, the tickets will be redeemable via Paytm, and customers in ten cities — Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune and Ahmedabad — will be able to claim tickets for the movie on either April 27, 28, or 29. To claim the tickets, you’ll have to head on over to OnePlus India’s website, enter your OnePlus phone’s IMEI number, select your city, and hit the “Get It” button to generate …

  • Nokia 7 Plus vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: A cut above

    The Nokia 7 Plus costs almost twice as much as the Redmi Note 5 Pro. It’s time to find out if it’s twice as good.

    The Nokia 7 Plus represents a lot of firsts for HMD Global: it is the first phone from the manufacturer to feature an 18:9 panel, the first to offer the Snapdragon 660 chipset in India, and the first mid-ranger from the manufacturer to make its way to global markets.

    There’s clearly a lot of excitement around the Nokia 7 Plus, and for good reason. The phone is one of the best devices available today for $400, and the camera is particularly good.

    The Redmi Note 5 Pro is no slouch either. The phone is notable for being the first in the world to feature the Snapdragon 636, and it is similarly feature-rich in other areas as well. Best of all, it is an absolute bargain for ₹13,999 ($210).

    The Nokia 7 Plus is all about delivering a clean and uncluttered user interface by way of Android One, and the Redmi Note 5 Pro focuses on customizability with the latest iteration …

  • [Deal Alert] 256GB SanDisk Ultra USB Type-C dual drive falls to all-time low of $64.99 on Amazon

    Phones these days are getting increasing amounts of internal storage as standard, but it’s always nice to have more space. SanDisk’s 256GB Ultra USB Type-C/USB-A dual drive has dropped to just $64.99, a far cry from the ~$95 it started at. If you need…

  • [Deal Alert] 256GB SanDisk Ultra USB Type-C dual drive falls to all-time low of $64.99 on Amazon

    Phones these days are getting increasing amounts of internal storage as standard, but it’s always nice to have more space. SanDisk’s 256GB Ultra USB Type-C/USB-A dual drive has dropped to just $64.99, a far cry from the ~$95 it started at. If you need…

  • Why is Google really changing the look of Android, Gmail and others?

    Android’s look is polished enough thanks to the Material Design concept, so I think Google should focus instead on internal improvements in the future. Here’s why.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Terminal app appears in Chome OS Dev, hints at future Linux container support

    Back in February, some commits to the Chromium codebase revealed that Chrome OS would soon run Linux applications using a container. While it has been possible for years to run Linux applications on top of Chrome OS using crouton, it’s a hacky solution that only works in Developer Mode. Google’s solution would presumably work better, and perhaps not require Dev Mode to be enabled.

    More evidence of this feature has appeared in the Chrome OS Dev channel, as reported by several Reddit users.

    Read More

    Terminal app appears in Chome OS Dev, hints at future Linux container support was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments