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Tasker Beta adds the popular Paranoid Android per-app density feature

Display density is measured in dots per inch (DPI). It determines the size of UI elements on a display of a given device. A higher display density means that users can see more interface elements at once. On the other hand, a lower display density means that fewer UI elements will be visible on the...

Try These 10 Unobvious Galaxy S7 Features

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are packed with so many features that sometimes a few will go overlooked. Jared went through to find some of the most useful features and highlighted them in this video. Display Scaling Condense the DPI on your device to fit more information on your display with a simple app called Display Scaling....

Android Pay Now Supports a Modified DPI

With the Android N beta announcement at Google I/O it was also announced that Android Pay would begin to support the Beta program. While an update like this was to be expected, it would seem that the change had another possibly unexpected side effect, Android Pay now supports a non-default DPI. Changing the DPI is one...

There is Native DPI Scaling Hidden in the Galaxy S7

My biggest pet peeve of Android is the DPI scaling (size the content is rendered on screen) that Google and other OEM’s choose for their devices. Large, beautiful displays are often marred by an endless array of status bar icons, thumb sized icons and huge UI elements. So when the Android N preview launched with the...