Facebook Messenger Replacement
The Facebook application is a HUGE app (in size, memory requirements, and battery drain) and the Messenger app is likewise huge. Plus, both apps require many more “permissions” (read, potential privacy violations) than would seem logical. (For more about this, see our previous article, “ Continue reading
Solution to Facebook Messenger Privacy Issues
There are frequent complaints about Facebook’s Terms of Service (TOS) or Privacy Statement. Both seem to always stretch the legal & moral limits. The constant strain on the limits have led to the point that many users just hit the “Agree” button without even … Continue reading
To install Ubuntu 14.04 “Trusty” to your Chromebook, visit our updated guide. Click this headline.
It appears that the app has been taken down from the Google Play Store! I don’t know if it is temporary or permanent.
[warning] … Continue reading
The Bible App for Kids is now available
Here is a copy of the information available at BIBLE.COM/KIDS
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Android 4.4 KitKat Released
Just in time for Halloween, we have two new treats for Android fans. First, we’re excited to unwrap our latest platform release, KitKat, which delivers a smarter, more immersive Android experience to even more people. And second, … Continue reading
CHEAP Nook HD!
The new Nook HD (with the BN software) includes the Google Play Store so you have access to a world of apps. You can load a new launcher (without rooting) … Continue reading
Download NIV Bible. It is now available for free download through the Bible App™ – links in the article. Continue reading
Flash for Chromebook with Ubuntu
If you installed Ubuntu on your Chrome Book and the Adobe Flash plug-in is not working, follow the instructions here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/chromebook-central/Oia5YM2xqew. Note that you may … Continue reading
Jelly Bean USB connection
Jelly Bean USB connection – If you have trouble “seeing” the files on your Android (Jelly Bean) device, this could be the simple solution that you are looking for.
- In settings / developer options / – set “USB debugging”
- Connect the USB cable
- Check notifications – see … Continue reading
Kindle Fire HD Review & Comparison w/ Nexus 7
I have used the new Kindle Fire HD for a day or so now so I will publish my first level review. You can also check out the video on YouTube or at the end of … Continue reading
New life for the G-Tablet is here: Two new ROMS were released recently for the GTab that appear to be what the GTab needs to make it live again. Links & easy-to-follow how-to guides are included in the article. Continue reading