There are a lot of valid reasons why someone would want to run Android emulators on their PC. App developers may be trying to test their application before shipping it out. Gamers may want to use a mouse and keyboard on their games. Maybe you just want it there to have it. In any case, Android emulation on PC is possible and we’re going to take a look at the best Android emulators for PC. Please note, the process is rarely easy and some of these require some technical knowledge andIf you were looking for the emulators on Android, we have that list right here! Check out the best office apps for Android that you’ll be able to use on your PC! AMIDuOS [Price: [...]
Have you been on a date/night out with friends/any social gathering lately? Let me make a bold prediction: At some point, the conversation you were having ceased because the other party was staring onto their cellphone to check Emails, Facebook or “quickly look something up on the web.” If it wasn’t the other person, it was probably you.
So am I psychic? No. It’s merely the times we are living in. Cellphones and other mobile devices have become an integral part of our lives. I mean, have you seen the line for the new iPhones?
Whether this development is good or bad for our social interaction is worthy of discussion, but not the scope of this article. However, something [...]
Anyone who’s used an iPhone for even a few days has discovered that while these phones are more powerful, and more fun, than perhaps any other cell or smart phone, that fun comes with a price: battery use. Any halfway intensive iPhone user will recharge their phone almost every couple of days.
There are ways to conserve iPhone battery life, but many of them involve turning off services and features, which makes it a choice between all the cool things that the iPhone can do and having enough juice to do them.
Here are 20 tips to help you extend your iPhone’s power, including new tips for iOS 8, which has features that can drain battery faster than earlier [...]
Typing is easy for most users when they do it on a computer. But when they do it on a mobile device, it’s harder for them because they can’t see all the keys on a keyboard at once. Most mobile operating systems have designed separate keyboards optimized for specific form field inputs to make users’ lives easier. These optimized keyboards are there to use, but most developers fail to include the right input types in their code to take advantage of them. This leads to slower completion rates when users fill out forms on their mobile device.Input Type is Not Always “text”
Most developers make the mistake of setting the input type of every form field to “text”. This is a problem [...]
In the early days of mobile, debugging was quite a challenge. Sure, you could get ahold of a device and perform a quick visual assessment, but what would you do after discovering a bug?
With a distinct lack of debugging tools, developers turned to a variety of hacks. In general, these hacks were an attempt to recreate a given issue in a desktop browser and then debug with Chrome Developer Tools or a similar desktop toolkit. For instance, a developer might shrink the size of the desktop browser’s window to test a responsive website or alter the user agent to spoof a particular mobile device.
To put it bluntly, these hacks don’t work. If you’re recreating issues on the [...]
Increase in demand of HTML5 Mobile User Interface Frameworks results into more number of HTML5-powered Apps. HTML5 Mobile UI frameworks are nothing but libraries that help developers to develop a professional grade user experience for applications.