Android Application Development – Settings Tutorial

Settings inside your app allow uses to modify features and behaviors. When application is relaunched certain information are still stored. Of course we can provide a default value for each settings voice.
To provide settings for your app, we can use Preference APIs to build an interface that’s consistent with the user experience in other Android apps.

In case you are asking if you need or not a voice to be inside settings page, this graph can help you decide:

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Speed Up Android Virtual Device AVD

An Android Virtual Device (AVD) is an emulator configuration that lets you model an actual device by defining hardware and software options to be emulated by the Android Emulator. In case that we don’t want to test every time our App on a smartphone, we have to create a new AVD. Sometimes this virtual device is really slow, and if you are running on a Intel machine, here is a trick how to make it faster.

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Google Keep – Notes on your Android device

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Google officially rolled out its new Note service, Google Keep, after the product early leak. Their slogan on Official Blog is “quickly jot ideas down when you think of them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you”.

With Google Keep, you can create notes, checklists, photos and voice memos and all the content syncs across your devices.

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Top 10 Free Android Photography Apps

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Android is going very well, and the Apps Market is growing every second. If you are thinking to create any Android Apps, you must read how to install Android SDK in less than 10 steps. In this post I will show the Most Used Android apps for photo editing based on users review.

Photoshop Mobile

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Yes, I started with Adobe Photoshop Express, because is the first name when you thing about photo editing, or not? With APE, you can edit, share photos, crop, rotate, adjust color, and add artistic effects. The feature that I like the most is that you can access them also from your free Photoshop.com account.

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