Superior Sound Pure Apple The Bose SoundSport Free headphones offer that premium Bose audio quality you can't find anywhere else, with a snug and customized fit, which help the earbuds stick in your ears better. However, the battery life could be better and the bulky design isn't everyone's cup of tea. $199 at Amazon Pros Snug fit. impressive sound quality. IPX4 rating. Cons Less battery life. Bulky design. With a seamless iPhone pairing process, and a case that holds up to 24 hours of charge, there's no reason not to carry the AirPods with you everywhere. The audio quality is lower than the Bose, and the design of the earbuds lets a lot of outside sound into your ears while listening. $145 at Amazon Pros Automatically pairs with iPhone. Charging case with 24 hours of battery life. Auto pause. Cons Poorer audio quality. No sound isolation. Key differences When you break down the specs of both these devices side-by-side, the differences are mainly in the battery … [Read more...] about Bose SoundSport Free vs Apple Airpods: Which should you buy?
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If you’ve been thinking of becoming an Android developer, now is the time to jump in. Android is by far the most popular smartphone operating system and it gives developers a huge amount of flexibility in terms of what they can do.Learning to build apps is fun, highly rewarding, and it can be very profitable. It’s also easier than you might think, as long as you find the right teacher and the right Android app development course. So, stop putting it off and read on to find the best Android courses and resources on the web, both free and paid. The best paid Android app development courses DGiT Academy: Introduction to Android app development We may be a little biased on this one. Okay a lot biased. We also genuinely believe our Android app development course over at DGiT Academy is the most in-depth and high-value option out there. The course is run by the venerable Gary Sims, and as ever he brings his huge knowledge and simple way of explaining to the table. The … [Read more...] about The best free and paid Android app development courses
What’s the king of the note-taking apps?Is it Microsoft OneNote, launched in 2003, added to Microsoft Office starting in 2007 (and thus available to more than 1.2 billion users) and now offered for free as a standalone product? Or is it the independent Evernote, which launched back in 2008 and is estimated to have somewhere in the range of 200 million users by now?OneNote and Evernote are available for all the major desktop and mobile OSes, they each sync your notes to all of your devices and the web, and both promise to be the only note-taking app you need. But they also have some very distinct differences. So which is better? I'm a longtime user of both applications, so I've taken a look at the latest version of each for Windows, macOS, iPad, iPhone and Android. This isn't a deep-dive review, but rather a personal look at what I like and don't much like about each — and the main points of difference between the two. I spend more time on the Windows version of each, but … [Read more...] about OneNote vs. Evernote: A personal take on two great note-taking apps
The 'free with in-app purchases' model has been pretty popular among app developers for quite a while now, but it has also managed to win itself a considerable number of opponents among users. It's very difficult to judge who's right and who's wrong in this dispute, and that's mostly because the 'value' of each model can vary greatly from title to title. We guess both sides in the argument have their reasons - those who dislike the freemium model aren't into pay-to-win stuff, and would rather pay a fixed price once and know that they have access to the whole product with no further limitations. On the other hand, we don't expect developers to abandon the in-app purchases strategy any time soon, considering that most app revenue comes from IAPs.What's your take on the matter, considering both models (freemium and paid) as a whole, and not just specific titles? Would you rather pay a few bucks for a complete app/game, or you'd prefer getting your apps for free, even though you're … [Read more...] about ‘Free with in-app purchases’ vs ‘Paid’: which model do you prefer?
posted on 21 Aug 2014, 04:43 15 1. QuadFace (Posts: 169; Member since: 19 Aug 2013) I prefer to pay one time. posted on 21 Aug 2014, 05:23 10 11. LetsBeHonest (Posts: 1548; Member since: 04 Jun 2013) Me too... These freemium stuff is to damn expensive once you started to pay. I was playing asphalt 8 which was free , enjoyed it first and then it became impossible to play without buying cars and upgrades with real money(in app purchase). So i simply uninstalled it:))) its the same with Six Guns. posted on 21 Aug 2014, 08:38 2 23. steedsofwar (unregistered) Too right. It's a scam that's legal, is all. 28. SuperAndroid507 (Posts: 361; Member since: 06 Jan 2014) Don't forget the insane amount of ads you get in order to annoy you up to buy something. posted on 21 Aug 2014, 06:36 0 19. Vexify (banned) (Posts: 570; Member since: 16 Jun 2014) Why if you can get the app for free then spend countless and unlimited money on IAPS? I must have spent at least … [Read more...] about Comments for : ‘Free with in-app purchases’ vs ‘Paid’: which model do you prefer?