This Week’s Recap
The week Recap for this week will deal only with the 5 most popular that have been featured in our Portal this past week.
1. Assign Keyboards Based on Orientation
XDA member ne0fhyk has just released a very interesting app for those of you who don’t have enough with Android’s stock keyboard manager. This new app allows you to set a different keyboard based on the orientation of your device. [Read On]
2. AndroSync Media Player for Android
Here´s a good tool for synchronizing your music files between your Android device and your computer. XDA member rkrishnan2012 presents the AndroSync media player.[Read On]
3. MIUI Browser
Those of you who have used the famous MIUI ROM on your Android device will be in for treat with this browser. XDA member jpsiemer has translated the app from Chinese to English.[Read On]
4. RD Whois – Whois Database Client
Thanks to XDA member raidx all you admins now have a great tool at your disposal. RD Whois, is a free app for looking up domain names. [Read On]
5. iManager – 3D Task Manager for Windows Mobile
XDA Member antru has developed a very cool app for Windows Mobile. The app is a 3D task manager that is comparable to switching between active windows on Windows 7 or Vista.[Read On]
Those are just some of the apps we have seen this week, there are plenty more that we don’t have the space to fit. But we encourage you to go check them out for yourself in the Windows Mobile Apps/Games and Android Apps/Games. Keep on developing!
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