Check these out too! 15 best free Android apps of 2019! 15 best Android apps of 2019! 1Weather Price: Free / $1.99 DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY 1Weather is one of the best weather apps on mobile. We like this one in particular because it has a clean interface, all of the basic info, a weather radar, severe weather alerts, and decent widgets. Plus, the little weather fun facts are enjoyable as well. The free version has everything along with ads while the premium version removes ads. It's a rock solid, single-payment weather app in a market where more and more weather apps have a subscription. Today Weather is also quite good in this space. DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY Bouncer Price: $0.99 DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY Bouncer was our choice for the best new Android apps from 2019. It's a security app with a focus on Android permissions. You can manage those permissions on the spot without diving into menus. It also lets you grant temporary permissions that it automatically … [Read more...] about 15 best premium apps and paid apps for Android!
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In a few months’ time, school will officially be out for summer. But before primary school kids across the UK can enjoy the six-week long break, many will be preparing to sit their first SATs exams. Taken by all year 6 children in the summer term, SATs measure pupils’ academic ability in maths and English. The results are often determine what set or stream the child will be in when they reach secondary school. Whilst trying to get your child to revise is no easy task, there are a range of online resources to encourage them to learn through games and activities. Here, we round up some of the best KS2 apps for SATs revision: Zapzapmath (free) This intergalactic-themed free maths game covers over 180 math subtopics and allows players to travel to different ‘planets’ to complete challenges. There’s also a multiplayer mode, which gives kids the option of playing against their friends. Download on Apple Download on Android English Grammar … [Read more...] about SATs 2019: The best KS2 apps for last minute revision
Be more prepared with these apps too!5 best emergency apps and other emergency things your phone can do!10 best Android flashlight apps with no extra permissions American Red Cross EarthquakePrice: FreeDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYThe American Red Cross has a bunch of apps for a variety of natural disasters and that includes earthquakes. This one includes support for Spanish out of the box. In addition, the app notifies you when earthquakes happen in your area, provides a history of earthquakes in your area, and it gives you a bunch of informational resources for better preparation. The app has a bunch of tips for dealing with things during and right after an earthquake along with long term recovery advice. This one is entirely free with no in-app purchases or ads. However, the app does have a few bugs.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY Earthquake NetworkPrice: Free / $2.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYEarthquake Network is kind of an all-in-one type of earthquake app. It alerts you to nearby earthquakes, … [Read more...] about 10 best earthquake apps and earthquake tracker apps for Android!
Article Contents1 AZ Screen Recorder - No Root2 HERE Beta: Offline maps & nav3 Action Launcher 34 (root) LiveBoot5 Ghostery Privacy Browser6 TVHZ7 AutoMath Photo Calculator8 Honorable Mentions While December was a huge month for Android games, you can't say the same for more standard apps - despite a large number of new apps that came out, only a handful were all that interesting or innovative. (Heck, one of our apps below is specifically meant to record video games!) For what it's worth, here are the seven most interesting and/or innovative apps that came out this month, and some others thrown in for good measure. AZ Screen Recorder - No RootAndroid Police coverage: AZ Screen Recorder Is A Non-Root Lollipop Screen Capture App With Plenty Of Options We had a handful of apps in the last roundup that took advantage of Lollipop's root-free screen recording, but this one is a clear standout. Between simple activation and stopping, a useful floating tool window, and a ton of … [Read more...] about [App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of December 2014
Article Contents1 What's the big deal?2 The times they are a-changin'3 When is 'good' good enough?4 Conclusion Audio latency is defined as the time delay that a signal experiences as it passes through a system. On a mobile device, this is deeply related to how long it takes between tapping on a screen and receiving audio feedback. Low audio latency can be the difference between an immersive gaming experience and an unpleasant, disconnected one. Too long a latency and a device can begin to feel strangely laggy, even if every visual animation is snappy and responsive. It is especially important — essential, even — for recording and composing music, since slow audio feedback can easily throw off even the best artists and destroy their creative process. Low latency is absolutely fundamental in a modern operating system, and it's been absolutely terrible on Android. There are several ways of measuring latency, and a very useful and easily … [Read more...] about Android Audio Latency In-Depth: It’s Getting Better, Especially With The Nexus 5X And 6P