Auxo For iPhone Is A Multitasking Switcher Concept Brought To Life With A Beautiful UI And Amazing Functionality
Posted On Tuesday, December 25, 2012 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: auxo, iphone, iphone apps, jailbreak, redmondpie
It's pretty accurate to say that most iOS users who make use of a jailbroken device have been paying attention to the progress of a particular multitasking tweak, after it was revealed that a designer’s fantastic concept was being brought to life by a dev team. That package has since been given the name Auxo, and is now available as an initial release in Cydia, with the hope of becoming the accepted method of handling multitasking on iOS devices by reinventing the controls that are contained within the switcher as well as the greatly enhancing the aesthetics and presentation
Posted On Tuesday, December 25, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, android apps, nandroid manager, redmondpie
One of the biggest reasons I, and a lot of other Android users, would want to root their smartphones and tablets, and install a custom recovery, is the ability to take nandroid backups. The stock Android recovery console allows you to only either wipe data/factory reset, or to install legitimate, signed ZIP updates for the Android operating system. Custom recoveries offer you so much more, one of which is the ability to back up all the partitions – system, data, cache et al – which lets you restore the device to the state it was originally in.
Posted On Tuesday, December 25, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: apple, ipad, isimon, redmondpie, shareables
Like so many other companies, Apple relies on the festive season to be one of their most lucrative financial periods during the year, and the chances are high that people all over the world will be waking up to an iPad, iPhone, Apple TV or some other fantastic Apple gift. If the magic of the present isn't enough, iSimon - the digital sleight-of-hand magician - is back to bring some festive trickery into our lives. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com
Posted On Monday, December 24, 2012 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, android apps, kii keyboard, redmondpie
Being able to use a keyboard of your choice, and not just by aesthetics, but a completely unique package with a distinct feature set of its own, is one of the biggest freedoms of owning and using an Android device. I have used both the iPhone and iPad as my daily drivers, and while iOS boasts one of the best touch-based character entry mechanisms in the market, there’s still a lot to wish for in the stock iOS keyboard. Even with a jailbroken device, you don’t get a really staggering number of choices, and definitely nothing close to what Google’s droid has to offer
Posted On Monday, December 24, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, android apps, redmondpie
If you’ve ever wanted to modify your Android device, or actually done any changes, including rooting, for most part, you’d have come across the recovery. For those who are not really aware of what it means, in Android Open Source Project (AOSP), “recovery” refers to the isolated, boot-supporting partition that contains the system recovery console, and which can be invoked to perform system-level modifications without booting the Android GUI
Posted On Monday, December 24, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: nokia, redmondpie, windows, windows rt
Ever since the introduction of iPad to the market, tablets have become something really mainstream. It’s not like the world was devoid of this genre of gadget earlier, but the Cupertino giant’s rendition of the device made it a worldwide phenomenon, making it lucrative to even those people who’d have otherwise not found any use for a tablet PC. Jumping onto the bandwagon, Android entered the arena too, and today, there are more Android tablets available on the market than you’d care to count.
Posted On Monday, December 24, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: accessories for iphone, flipside, iphone, redmondpie
For years, many have been trying to figure out how to add physical gaming controls to the iPhone: a few solutions have surfaced so far, such as the BladePad and the iControlPad, but many of them are either too bulky or just downright unpractical. Luckily, there’s a new case in town: albeit in prototype stage, it has the potential to make your gaming experience much easier and keep the nacho smudges off your iPhone touchscreen
As part of the plan to bring the full-sized 9.7-inch iPad in line with the recently released iPad mini, Apple is reportedly planning to announce and release the fifth-generation of their popular tablet in March of 2013. The speculated release date is notable due to the fact that it would come only five months after the current model iPad was introduced, and would effectively mean that the Cupertino based company will have launched the third, fourth and fifth-generation models in one twelve month cycle.
Posted On Monday, December 24, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: media center, microsoft, redmondpie, windows, windows 8, windows media center
Windows Media Center has been one of the best media management suites available for Microsoft Windows since the days of Windows XP, although the program got mass attention with Windows Vista. Despite the fact that the operating system in question was a big failure in itself, no one ever complained that Media Center lacked in what it had to offer, and hence, it made sense that the media suite would continue to remain bundled with Windows operating system in Windows 7
Posted On Sunday, December 23, 2012 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: app-store, facebook, facebook app, facebook poke, google maps, iphone app, iphone apps, redmondpie
Facebook's Poke app has taken the App Store by storm, and in less than a day, already sits aloft the iTunes Free app chart. The app, which, in essence, is a chat app with a few twists, only just released for iPhone, but already, has become the most popular free on the App Store.