Droid Agency On Drugs

It’s not what you think it is, but for me, it’s drugs “over the internet”. Recently, HTML5 just finished their book of ‘html’ after over 8 years writing it up. Taking the advantage of super rich hyper text markup language, there are plenty of possibilities that we can discover from it. From video encoding to geometrical shaping just using HTML5. Google took this advantage and implement some of HTML5 functionality on their new operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. Of course, as an indie web developer like me,  I take this opportunity to implement some cool stuff on Droid Agency deep dark markup language. Recent Chrome 39 update brings the ability for Chrome running on Lollipop to merge tabs to Android Recents. By default, if you’re

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Devoxx Conference : Lollipop 5.1 Leak?

Google has just released the dessert ( that’s what they called it ), Android 5.0 recently. While people still busy getting their hands on Android 5.0, two software engineer attending the Devoxx Conference taking place at Amsterdam this year discussing about Android 5.1. Android Software Engineer Romain Guy and Google Senior Software Engineer Chet Haase were sporting a Nexus 5 powered by Android Lollipop MR1, which stands for Maintenance Release 1. A report published on Thursday in The Netherlands correspond with an online article stating that

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VSCO Cam 3.1 Update Brings New Goodies

VSCO Cam for Android has just received quite a big update , version 3.1. This new update brings a few notable  changes including a refreshed user interface, new features, updated camera and a some tweaks on the back-end. New feature that’s surprisingly useful is the ability to synchronize across devices. We can now import photos directly to VSCO Cam Library with the web uploader tool, and enjoy a truly seamless shooting, editing, and sharing experience with a host of additional features. The camera is also updated to give

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Rollout Has Started, Dessert Is Served.

#AndroidLollipop rollout has started and will soon be available on most #Nexus devices. Dessert is served. pic.twitter.com/XVFX2tEbHv — Android (@Android) November 12, 2014 That’s what one of Google’s official Twitter account said. Within just a few minutes, they reach thousand retweets. But, when can Nexus users get the factory images? When can they get the official OTA updates? We don’t know. It’s been a really tough week for Nexus die hard fans. The cheap Moto G 2nd-gen already getting Lollipop OTA updates, followed by LG G3 and yet,

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Google Messenger Is Out On Play Store

Something new from Google that allows you to send text messages to your friends and family? Isn’t that already available on Google Hangouts since a year ago? But why Google? Isn’t hangouts already perfect where we all can use one unified application to send messages? Google Messenger, a standalone text messaging application is now out on Play Store. Although it’s already been around, spotted since recent Android L 5.0 release on Nexus 6, most of us haven’t got it yet, until now. To answer this confusion, Google Messenger is not a Hangouts replacement or rebrand. I rather say, it’s a option or solution for stock messaging application,

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