In the old days, if you lived in a small town, you were lucky if you had two or three stations to choose from. Now the problem may just be way too many stations! But really that is the best problem of all for radio lovers. Make sure you have your cell phone data plan up to snuff, because audio can demand a lot of your mobile resources. It’s funny how, that with all of the exciting technology to play with these days, it’s still fun to just listen to the radio. Download one or more of these apps to turn your smart phone into a radio. Now that’s progress. (Note: Apple fans don’t panic, we also got you covered with these 4 Radio Apps for the iPhone).
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In the old days it was Microsoft Explorer or the highway. Then there was Netscape, then the pandemonium of still other web browsers. And that was before we knew what mobile computing was all about. Nowadays with smart phones all the rage, it is time to think about which browser we really want on our Android mobile computing device. If you are a plain vanilla type of surfer, then do nothing. Your default browser on your Android device is most likely Google Chrome. My device, which runs Ice Cream Sandwich, the quaint moniker for Android 4.0, shows a pic of the globe with the simple description, Browser. But I do have a sneaking suspicion that it is Google’s mobile version of Chrome because after all, what other browser would Google place in their own OS?
The Android based devices powered by latest Google OS- 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) has some of the most incredible features of Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. These two have combined beautifully to embark with Ice Cream Sandwich with a couple of added features. This latest OS is meant for both smartphones and Tablets wherein the Google ecosystem is unified unlike the way you experience iOS in Apple based devices like iPad, iPod or iPhone. On having the Android devices which run ICS or own other devices like HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy Nexus or Transformer Prime, you would fail to use your current old apps on any of these devices. However, some of these applications are optimized to reap the benefits from the new operating system. The following are these apps optimized for ICS.
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Last year the Tigers roared to an easy victory in capturing the American League Central Division’s title. Nearing the midway point of the 2012 season, appearances, though admittedly deceiving, indicate that at least the White Sox and Indians are not inclined to allow the AL Central crown to be so easily awarded. Those interested in the outcome of the annual melee will want to have one or more of these apps loaded on their Android phone to assure that they can figure out what went wrong or what went right this year with their favorite team.
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The National League’s Eastern Division is one of the more difficult divisions to achieve prominence in during this 2012 season. With the heretofore notoriously uncompetitive Nationals contributing to a dog eat dog pennant fight for the ages. Only four teams can make this coveted list. So don’t feel too slighted if your team isn’t on it. The first four teams are selected in the order that they are in, in the standings, at the time of my writing this post. The 2012 baseball season is fully under way. Weigh the ups and downs, the chances and the possibilities, with this list of Android apps for the discerning NL East baseball fan.
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