Whether you’re using apps, surfing the web or staying connected on social media, we all use mobile data. But do you know how mobile data speeds work and how to make the most out of your data? Check out Cricket’s new mobile data infographic...
Posted 11/15/2011 at 3:15 PM | Source Cricket Wireless
Following the success of Apple's App Store is no easy task, but the Android Market has proven to be a worthy competitor. Android's open-source nature and selection of phones has attracted developers and consumers alike, with more than 150 million Android devices activated worldwide and over 295,000 apps available in the Android Market as of September 2011. Experts predict that the Android Market will overtake the App Store in both app growth and downloads per year, with an estimated 8.1 billion downloads from the Android Market in 2011.
Posted 11/15/2011 at 11:41 AM | Source Cricket Wireless
Your Android's camera is capable of capturing stunning images when used properly. However, like all cameras, the best pictures are rarely a result of point-and-shoot luck. If you'd like to take beautiful photos during your travels to share with friends, family, or the world, try these tips to improve the quality of your Android photos.
Posted 11/11/2011 at 11:03 AM | Source Cricket Wireless
Armed with only an Android phone, you have all the tools you need to become a serious filmmaker or a YouTube sensation. Although the cameras on an Android Smartphone aren’t quite professional quality (yet), there are a variety of useful apps for the aspiring film maker, including apps to help write an award-winning script, recruit a talented cast and edit the final version of the film.
Posted 11/8/2011 at 2:31 PM | Source Cricket Wireless
Android phones come equipped with a powerful camera but if you’re just using it to take photos and video, you’re missing out. There’s a ton of innovative apps that use your phone’s camera and viewfinder to assist you in ways that you never even knew were possible, everything from shopping, discovering new information, to just killing time.
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