yeah, you heard me: IKEA Emoticons.
Simply an app that acts as remote for xbmx/Kodi Open Source Home Theatre Software.
I kinda like the uniform look of apps that do use Material Design.
Some useful apps.
We’re of course talking Android apps now. In a random order, just apps that I like. Will focus on a few launchers and keyboards this time.
Yes, Dropbox steps outside their cloud storage app and delivers two new apps. One of them earlier this month tho, but that was hard to miss.
Are going to look at a number of note taking apps. Will exclude htc stock note app from this list since you can’t download it from play store and install it on a nexus. This is to be seen as a introduction, and a small guide to what’s around.
As on recent HTC phones.
When you’re on start of the app launcher, pull down with your finger once to reveal a menu type thing where you can select how to view and such. And to the right you have Menu where you’ll find Grid Size, simply select 4 x 5 to display a total number of 16 apps (it uses one row for other things).
Simply a new note taking app from Google, all your notes gets saved in the cloud so you can access it anywhere.