App of the Week #3 is here! If you want to learn how to convert your photos into painting, check out the Everfilter APK, which converts your favorite photos to painting in an instant. While Photoshoppers can do this easily using Photoshop or Lightroom, that may be very time-consuming plus it is not easy to do it on your Android smartphone. With Everfilter APK, you will be able to instantly convert any of your photos into painting with one tap! The app is very simple to use and all you have to do is select the photo and voila.
For those of you who want to keep enjoying the Galaxy Note 7 but failed to because Samsung has recalled them, you can still enjoy every software feature of the Galaxy Note 7 by converting a Note 5 into Galaxy Note 7 by installing a custom ROM. I know many people still want to keep using a 5.7-inch Samsung device and the Galaxy Note 5 is still a great candidate with an S-Pen and camera that still beats many of new smartphones that came out this year. Best of all, you will be able to enjoy all Note 7’s S-Pen features including animated GIFs using Smart Select, off-screen memos, and even full Note 7 camera app (everything works except panorama). And yes, even AOD(Always-On-Display) works!
HTC is working on a new HTC Home Sense launcher that will work on any Android device. It should be available shortly on the Play Store but if you don’t want to wait, you can grab the beta version APK file and install it yourself.
Unlike official versions of HTC Home Sense launcher, this beta version works on any Android smartphone or tablet with Android 4.2 or higher. This means even if you don’t own an HTC phone/tablet, you can still enjoy HTC Sense along with BlinkFeed right there on your phone.
When Samsung launched the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge a few weeks back, they told us that Android 6.0’s new adoptable storage (that allows you to convert your microSD into internal storage) was not available. Instead, you could manually move apps to microSD card like it was in TouchWiz Lollipop. Well, Paul O’Brien of Modaco, who has been an Android developer ever since days of the original Nexus One phone (and the G1), has figured out an easy way to enable it.
For those of you who are still waiting for your OnePlus One invite, let me tell you that you can actually fully convert your existing Android smartphone into a OnePlus One by installing latest CM11 ROM along with the HighOnAndroid OnePlus One Conversion Kit.
This will give you 99% of the software features on the OnePlus One including the Hexo theme (default theme on OnePlus One), camera, AudioFX app (works 100%), Screencast (screen recording app), Privacy Guard, and WhisperPush. (See video overview for demo) The only thing that does not work is the screen-off gesture shortcuts but I think that’s minor issue.