K-Adroit Get Information About Phones And Tablets
Here’s another application to get information about phones and tablets. XDA member K-Zero presents K-Adroit for our Android devices. Get a full specification list for devices and tablets, and also it allows you to browse by brand to get full information on the latest devices always up-to-date with real time search. The app features
– On-line classified to sell or buy mobile in your country
– Full specification information
– Device picture
– Very low bandwidth usage
– Arabic Support
You can get it for free in the usual place. The application uses GSM Arena, Wikipedia, Moshtry.com, SoftPedia and IP2Nation as data sources. Please, don´t forget to leave your feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by K-Zero
K-Adroit – My first android app
The fastest , easiest and lightest way to get all information you need about any mobile phone or tablet
– Full specification list for devices
and many more …
you can download it from
Android Market from PC or Search in market via your mobile for “K-Adroit”
don’t forget to rate it in the market (if it deserve)
waiting for your suggestions and comments
Continue on to the application thread.
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