Google Camera : Features and Review

Google finally included another app in the Playstore. That is "Google Camera" with some unique features. Let's find all the details about the App without wasting our time. 

Description:

Google Camera snaps quick and easy photos and videos, and has 
creative picture modes like Photo Sphere, Lens Blur and

How to Transform Galaxy S4 into S5's Notification Style


Hello!..! What's going on everybody? It didn't take long, but all the tools you need to change Galaxy S4 Notifications style into an S5 Notifications style are already available. In this tutorial we'll show you how to get Samsung Galaxy S5 notifications shade.


You'll need a rooted S4 running on Android 4.4.2 and a few file download I.e.,  BUILD.PROP EDITOR we'll move onto in a minute.


Notification shade and Quick Settings

All you need to do for this is go into your BUILD.PROP EDITOR and open that up. You'll see a ton of information about your device. All you need to do is locate the ro.product.name and ro.product.device entries and change them to SM-N900S by replacing

New UI for Android Gmail Users

Hello everybody! Here is a new buzz for you!

If you use Google services, whether on Android or not, you best believe their teams will attempt to deliver a good user experience. For quite some time now, iOS users of Gmail have been treated to a fancy UI, with Android still rocking a mildly-ugly interface for the email service. According to Geek, who posted up screenshots of an upcoming Gmail build, it looks like Android users are in for the same UI treat, finally. 


It Looks like Android users will be getting a new Gmail facelift. iOS users have been pretty lucky when it comes to this app and its looks and it seems like Google is finally showing Android some more love. 
Not much has changed besides two new features.
●A new "Pinned" feature, which allows users to pin emails to the top of their inbox.

Concept Design - HTC M8 Tablet!


Hey! What's goingon everybody. We've got to admit that HTC's One M8 have to be one of the most eye-catching Smartphone in the market with its full uni-body design. Compare this to its fiercest rivals like Samsung, LG and Sony! Now, a concept design of a HTC M8 table has surface on the web and, of course, it's a beauty as well..

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9505 On The Latest OS [Tutorial]



Hey guys today we are going discuss about how To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9505 On The Latest OS [Tutorial]

Well,The international LTE variant of the Samsung (KRX:005935) Galaxy S4 with the model number GT-I9505 recently received the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware update. Users who have already updated their Galaxy S4 handsets to the new I9505XXUFNA1 build can now root their devices, which will allow them to install custom ROMs whenever they are available.
Android h-a-c-k-e-r Chainfire has come up with an Auto-Root package complete with a SuperSU fix, which addresses the issues that some users had reported with the leaked KitKat firmware build for the Galaxy S4. Here is how to use the Auto-Root package to gain root

Super Battery saving tips for Android 4.4.2+ users

Hello visitor ! If you are  reading this article you might be facing some serious battery problems with your Device . Well, you have chosen the right place to boost up your Device in few moments. Without wasting our time let's discuss about how to save battery level on Android 4.4.2+ Devices.

SUPER BATTERY SAVING TIPS:

NEED TO DISABLE :
• Auto Brightness mode, set it manually.
• All Vibrations
• Multi window features
• All Gestures
• Synchronisation ( enable it when charging)
• Wifi, Mobile Data, Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, Screen Rotation, Reading Mode, Driving Mode (when not in use)
● Enable Flight Mode when network is not in use.
● In settings, head over to Display settings & find Touch key light duration. Set it to always off.
● Use Dark wallpapers(BLACK) for both Home & Lockscreen by avoiding Live wallpapers because they consume high battery in the background.

Android 4.4.3 Features Leaked

Hey, what's going on everybody? Lets learn about new thing today!
Reports and change-logs for the upcoming Android 4.4.3 release suggest that the latest iteration of Google's mobile OS will focus solely on bug fixes. So don't go expecting a refreshed UI or any major new features.
There's no date set for when the fixes are going to come in, but the source that reported the news provided a screen capture from a Nexus 5 rocking Android 4.4.3
Below is a list of some of the fixes that will be included in the update:
•Frequent data connection dropout fix
•mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes
•Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes
•Power Manager display wakelock fix