Tag Archives: Android Os

The Titans get Jellybean Update!

Yesterday (or a day ago?), out of the blue I saw Cherry Mobile post an update in Facebook that Cherry Mobile Titan Jellybean update will be out on April 15, 2013 in Cherry Mobile Service Centers. I was very happy reading that then later, it was also announced that Cherry Mobile Titan TV will also get an update.

Jellybean Update!

Jellybean Update!

Jellybean Update!

Jellybean Update!

Now that’s some good news! I already gave up on the idea because I thought Cherry Mobile would already move on and make more new units which were to run on the said new Android OS. I’m impressed and I guess I should be thankful to CM (everyone should be) because they’ve made prices of Android phones become more affordable for showing their competition in its market. My problem now however is that I’m to lazy to do application back-ups, to unroot, revert memory swap and stuff on my phone. I’m thinking of finally pursuing my plan to get a Titan TV instead since it’s also going to run on Jellybean.

Acer Smartphones to be released in 2013

So many smartphones are already available in the market. Some are very affordable while some are very expensive. Most of the mobile phones being sold are famous Samsung phones that cost 4-8k, Apple’s iPhones and many other brands. I guess this is partly reason why other brands that used to provide just computers now also provide the same gadgets.

This is the same case with Acer as they announce to release six smartphones that will be this 2013. One is said to be a Windows phone and the others will probably run on the latest Android OS as usual.

Acer Smartphones 2013

Acer Smartphones 2013

5 Wonders of Google that amaze me

There are many reasons why I love Google. But today, I will at least give 5 wonders of google that amaze me. So timely, I’m currently organizing my contacts which is synced to my Android phone, which I will also sync to my iTouch and Blackberry phone.

1. Search Engine, Page Rank,Google Adsense

I discovered a lot of things because of Google’s ever powerful search engine. I know Yahoo! Search Engine existed earlier than it did but when my mom told me Google gives better information back then when I was young, there was something that really made me trust Google compared to it. Other than it’s job giving you information, page rank exists to let you know which sites are trust worthy and also, make money out of it. Not to forget Google Adsense is also here that leads you to other potential websites of relevant topics, also bring a huge money for SEO practitioners.

2. Gmail, Gtalk

Okay, it doesn’t mean I don’t love my Yahoo! email but admit it – Gmail has so much greater use than Yahoo’s email. It’s more user friendly, and right now, I am loving the option to sync contacts. I wish I did this before earlier. The Gtalk is also nice, I don’t use Yahoo! Messenger as much as before too. Other than that, I can also connect my domain emails through it with a little tweak in the settings, and as well as use them as emails whenever I want to, just as long as they’re set as aliases.

3. Google+

I’m not a fan of this feature much, in fact I’ve been deleting all my Google+ accounts. What my plan actually is to create a new one formally (I had to many active accounts!) The features are awesome though, especially because it also has web conferencing that’s very useful for people who want to keep in touch even if they’re apart from one another with no need of installing a standalone software and open it all the time (referring to Skype)

4. Google Chrome

I used to be more of a Mozilla Firefox fan but after awhile I started using Google Chrome more compared to it. So now, it’s my main browser! It could be faulty some times, but it’s easy to use especially after the applications came along! Installing was easy-peasy. You can even play Angry Birds and other games in it.

5. Android OS

Need I say more?  Ever since this smartphone OS phenomena, everything in the mobile world has leveled up. The games, the productivity applications, the automatically syncing of contacts, calendar and other services came in which is really handy. And there’s so much more possibilities that are continuing to be discovered.