I’ve been traveling to Asia often lately and found that when I am in countries like South Korea or Thailand (where I am right now), I found that you cannot access certain apps on the Play Store. Now, this can become a headache especially when I can’t get apps like Google Voice, which I need to keep in contact with my friends and voice messages for my phone number in the U.S. Also, I do enjoy listening to music using Pandora app or watching movies with Netflix when I am traveling outside the U.S.
For those of you who want to run your favorite apps in Phone mode or Tablet mode (such as Netflix shown above running in tablet mode with a Galaxy S3), scale fonts, keep screen ON, or even change language on “app basis”, you can do it easily on “any” rooted Android smartphone or tablet device running Android 4.0.3 or higher. (ICS and Jelly Bean)
What’s hot around town right now? Of course, it’s the PIE Control!
If you are running the latest ParanoidAndroid ROM, you can get PIE Control, a new way of accessing your home buttons.
Those of you who want to take a small peek into the future of Android 4.2, you can now get GoogleApps (GAPPS) 4.2 for your Jelly Bean ROM.
Thanks for everyone to who voted for me yesterday, I did win the election, I am now the President of HighOnAndroid community for the next 4 years. Thank you thank you.
For those of you who didn’t know, there are apps that can help you easily hide your photos, videos, and apps. One of them I use fairly often is called the “Hide It Pro” app, allows you to discretely hide your private photos, videos, and apps easily.
Here’s how to install Flash Player on “any” Android smartphone or tablet device running ICS or Jelly Bean.
Here’s a round-up of Android news and tablet news of the week.
First, Windows Surface tablets are coming out soon, they look not bad at all.
Best Android smartphone of the year 2012?
LG Optimus G was just announced earlier this week with a Qualcomm S4 Pro Quad-core 1.5Ghz processor, 8.45mm thick, 2100mAh battery, and 13-megapixel camera. Too bad LG is rarely seen on U.S. carriers much and I doubt they will make it to more than one U.S. carrier. This could be a great phone but LG still needs to step up in the areas of customer support, marketing, etc…etc… I will not buy an LG phone until they make their international support centers better.