Google has shifted its digital contents to Google Play. It offers apps, games, eBooks, Music and Movies. In android Devices the “Android Market” has been replaced by “Google Play”.

Play With Music– (only US)Google offers a cloud based storage for all content offering where users can store their own songs and play it anywhere just with email id through Google Play Music App. User can share these musics also.  Google Play is automatically stored in your music library and you can even add up to 20,000 of your own songs for free. With your music saved online, you can stop worrying about storage space and start enjoying your collection anywhere.  

Play with Books– There are millions of free ebooks to read anywhere anytime and millions more to buy. Browse your favorite author,  Title and new releases anytime anywhere form your device. Post the book in GOOGLE+, share it via Gmail, Bluetooth or text messages. All your favorites are stored in cloud which you can access from your device with your Google id in Google Play Books App. You can choose Font style, text size and line height to read it comfortably.

Play with apps– This is the android app store which was previously known as “Android Market”. Here you can browse your apps and games and download it easily. Make your device synchronize with your Google mail Id . It will automatically suggest all apps and games supported by your device.

Play With  Movies– Browse unlimited movies from unlimited Titles. Rent them and view instantly or buy them to download and watch later from your phone, tablet or any web connected PC from Google Play Movies App.

Softcell Solution has launched a new app “Follow up Manager”. This app helps to note all work schedules with full details and follow up through voice call, SMS and e-mail. You do not need to leave the app when you are viewing all your schedules to contact them. You can contact from anywhere of the application. It also gives you notification inside the app whether the follow up schedule is done or not so that you do not have to remember all those manually. And yes you also can note down what conversation you had with the particular person (referred as Client in the app) on a particular date so that you can make a summary/report of all of them.

click here to install this app:- https://market.android.com/details?id=com.softcell.Followupmanager

1. Go to the main screen and tab below on “index” .

  

2. If you are using it first time then select “Add Follow up Schedule”  and the following screen will appear. click on “Pick ph no from call log” for quick contact entry for call log. all set date and set time buttons are for quick date and time picker. Below you will get  “Save” & “Back” buttons, click them to save schedule you entered and cancel respectively. There is a horizontal scroll at the top for easy navigation below the header “ADD CLIENT DETAIL” . scroll it left-right to get all other navigation keys. This Easy Navigation Bar you will get on all pages.

 

3. To see all saved schedules click on “List of Follow up schedules” in home page or “All records” in Easy navigation bar from any pages.  you can view all Schedules for current day (for this click “Today”) and also for any particular date (for this click “Search by Date”). You can see the red and green status on each schedule. You can also check all schedules you have missed to follow up. For this click “Missed follow up”.

  

4. To make Client report click “Client Report”. Here you can add (click “Add report”) conversation or follow up details and view them to make report for a particular client.

5. See details, update details and delete. To see details and update it click on the schedule listed and you will get details page from where you can update the schedule, delete it and call the person. To delete more than one schedule at a time click “delete” in conext menu and select all those you want to delete and then delete.

   

6. All these above help guide are inbuilt  from home page to all over the app.

 

 

NFC( Near Field Communication) is a set of standards for communication for mobile devices within a short range ( within few centimetres ) and allows one device to share data within another device.

Most leading brands like Nokia, Samsung, RIM , HTC are launching NFC enabled devices. Now apple is believed to add NFC to iphone 5. NFC offer wide range of possibilities for contactless transfer of data with security.  The use of NFC ranges from transportation system in Japan to contactless e-shakti cards in rural Bihar.  NFC has possibilities in shopping, parking tickets, movie tickets, mobile wallets,  health care,  identity documents, data transfer and games.

As NFC enabled devices become popular,  there will be a huge market for NFC apps.  This short range communication system is going to change the way people use credit cards,  gift vouchers, discount coupons, loyalty cards, membership cards, employee ID cards.

New app : Play with math

January 20th, 2012 | Posted by Dipasri Paul in Android Devices | Games – (0 Comments)

“Play with Math” is a free Math app for kids in android. It has four parts where a kid can start his/her lessons from counting and end it to addition and subtraction of single, double and triple digit numbers. Its a complete solution for a kid’s basic math.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.softcell.kidsmath

Develop android app for tablet

January 20th, 2012 | Posted by Dipasri Paul in Android Devices – (0 Comments)

If you are an android developer and developing android apps for android phones i.e in android 2.2 and wish to run it in all devices then technically there will be no issues but there will be a serious problem when you will see the same app running in an android phone and an android tablet. The user interface will not be as you have designed it. The First thing the developers should remember is for an Android phone the default view is portrait so when we design for it we design according to the portrait view but in an Android tablet the default view is landscape view so whatever we have designed keeping portrait view in mind get stretched and truly said the app looks pretty bad.

So for Android tablet we have to keep it in mind that it has lots of spaces on its 10″ screens so can use the whole screen. so we can divide the whole screen in 2 parts which is called fragments here is some helpful links for all developers

http://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/android-sdk_fragments/

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/FrameLayout.html

 

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