An inspiring site for mobile development

Hi guys. Just came across this site for mobile development. Please feel free to visit it for your app development needs. Here is the bio and link given by Mr. John Read.

“I am a research writer. My main interest is in mobile phone app development, but I also love to read & write about other technologies too. I like to share my knowledge, expertise, and experiences with different tech-communities on the web via social media platforms and tech blogs.”

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Free recharge

We all use data for our internet needs. There are few apps which you can use to earn Talktime as we’ll.

I just discovered an app called mCent that gives free mobile airtime for trying apps on your phone. Give it a try. This app is on top for giving most rewards. Here is the link.
There is another app which is quite good in giving recharge.
Found an amazing app called Earn Talktime on Google Play with nearly 65 lakh users and 4.3 rating.
Earn unlimited free Talktime by simply downloading the app.
Finally one more app which gives good compensation.

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Android runtime aka ART

Recentaly Android L had been in news a lot. There are many posts on net which describes the features coming in. The one which I like the most is android runtime or ART. Originally android uses dalvik runtime which converts the instructions at the time of running the app which had been a major reason of android being slow. In ART app code gets converted into executable ones and for ever. After that there is no conversion of code while running the app. This results in approximately 30% faster execution, hence a fast device and memory saving too. What few people know is that this feature is present in current kitkat version also. Only that its not the default setting. Goto settings, developer options, default runtime; and select ART and reboot the device.

It will take a while in upgrading apps. After that you will notice a faster device. Please keep in mind that some apps might not work properly. If that’s a major issue you will need to revert back to dalvik runtime. At present I only had issue with one app which I can live with. Please also note that if you are not running kitkat you may have more issues or won’t have the option of ART which depends on the version of Android you are running.

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