Saturday, March 25, 2017

Android O Features

The past week has been the Big-O week for all of us involved in Google's ecosystem and the Android world. The follow-up to Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat was announced as Android O — full name still unknown — and the developer preview images were made available for those who want to test it out and check all the new features. Final Fantasy IX Android

That caused our inboxes to overflow with tips of all the major and minor and super minor changes in Android O coming from our readers, and it got our team to work overtime to verify and report them. We still have many O feature spotlights on our to-do list, some of which we're still investigating, but in the meantime, we thought we'd put together one list of all the Android O features we've covered so far.

We've grouped features by type from new APIs and options available to developers to all the major and minor interface changes as well as the drawbacks. We've also added a short description or quote to quickly explain what each feature is. This should hopefully serve as a refresher for those who may have missed a couple of articles during the busy week and a one-stop place to check new features as we cover them in the future.

New capabilities

Support for aptX Bluetooth streaming: the high-quality audio codec is confirmed to be supported for streaming to Bluetooth headsets and speakers.
Adaptive icons give devs and OEMs easy shape masks, extra effects: "an OEM like Samsung or HTC will provide a unifying mask, which will allow developers to integrate almost any existing app icon into the broader user interface with minimal effort, and no extra graphics work on the icon itself."
Neighborhood Aware Networking (NAN) mode for WiFi: "You can think about NAN as a combination of WiFi Direct and Nearby. Two hypothetical phones with NAN could find each other and connect without any additional apps or configuration, allowing them to share data at high speeds."
Picture-in-picture video for all devices and new windowing features: "The gist is that when watching video on Android O, you'll be able to shrink the video down into a floating window and do other things on the device. With the proper updates, apps can put themselves into PiP mode from a paused or resumed state. Developers can specify aspect ratios and custom interactions (eg. play/pause) while the video is in PiP."
New background limits help save battery life: "The basic idea is that the system will automatically limit the active capabilities of background apps, in a way that won't be detrimental to users while reducing overall resource use."
Android O will supposedly make navigating Android with a keyboard suck less: "Android O will offer considerable improvements in the consistency of the experience of navigating your keyboard-equipped (or connected) device by providing more standard behaviors for the arrow and tab keys, in particular."
Official autofill API will save you from typing the same thing over and over: "The autofill API allows apps to register as a system-wide provider of autofill services. It's similar to the way you select a keyboard. So, no more mucking around with accessibility settings or screen overlays. The autofill app stores and secures user data like addresses, user names, and even passwords." Related: AgileBits shows us how Android O's autofill API works with a 1Password demo
Android will support wide color gamut profiles in apps: "Google will offer a native way for developers to specify a way to display their apps in wide color gamut modes if a device marks them as supported. Such profiles include AdobeRGB, Pro Photo RGB, and DCI-P3 - common standards in professional imaging, editing, and video applications."
Home screen notification badges are now supported: Apps will be able to display badges on their icons on the homescreen to show the number of pending notifications. Think iOS or some third-party Android launchers.
Notification Channels give more controls over notifications to users: "Applications can create notification channels, which are categories that users can individually turn on and off. For example, Twitter could create separate channels for mentions, likes, follows, etc."
Important usability and interface improvements

You can snooze individual notifications for 15m, 30m, or 1hr: "Snoozing is available when you slide a notification to the side just a bit. It's right next to the settings button that we already have in Android. Tap it and the notification will snooze for 15 minutes (or 30minutes or 1hour). If you didn't mean to do that, there's an undo button available for a moment."
The Files app now shows up in the app drawer, has a few new features: "Android has included a built-in file manager since 6.0 Marshmallow called Files, but it hasn't had an app drawer icon. Instead, Android shows a 'Downloads,' app, which is technically just a shortcut to the Downloads folder in Files with some functionality removed. Starting with Android O, the Downloads shortcut has been replaced by the full Files application."
It looks like Android may be getting native support for themes: There is a new section for "Device theme" in the Display settings, with two options. Themes feel like they're still in testing proto-stage right now, so they might go away in future dev options.
Medium to minor interface changes
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System UI Tuner gets a new navigation bar customizer: "There is now an option to add a fourth icon to the left of the back button and a fifth to the right of recents. For now, the icons themselves do nothing unless you assign them a proper KeyCode." Related: How to add permanent left/right cursor buttons and other neat keys to nav bar in Android O
The settings app has been completely overhauled: "The first thing you'll notice is that Google is moving to an organizational approach much more like a smartphone manufacturer, organizing categories of settings at higher levels, resulting in a much shorter top-level settings list. The other big alteration is the loss of the slide-out menu - it's just gone."
The status bar in the notification shade gets a bit more information-dense: "We have a much cleaner font for the time and date information. But we also still see our connectivity statuses for Wi-Fi and mobile data, the current battery percentage (plugged in or unplugged), and the individual battery icon is gone (it now just toggles battery saver)."
Custom shortcuts can now be added to the lockscreen via System UI Tuner: "Android O will include these helpful shortcuts by default through the System UI Tuner, which was introduced in Marshmallow. You'll then be able to choose different functions to use as shortcuts. These include launching apps, opening new Chrome tabs, quickly jumping to certain settings functions, and more."
The navigation keys go dark when pulling up the Pixel launcher's app drawer: "the navigation buttons still float on top of the drawer in a translucent overlay, but they switch to dark icons and ditch the translucent bar beneath them when scrolled to the very bottom."
Persistent notifications are more compact: "Instead of showing up like all regular notifications, they are a little greyed out and collapsed to a single line. This compact look causes much less visual clutter and makes it easier to see which notifications are important and need to be acted on and which ones are just there as an FYI or for a service to run."
The install source permission is now limited to only user-authorized apps: "For some time now, a user would have to go into the Security settings and toggle "Install from unknown sources." One of the many changes in Android O is to how this model works — that old option is gone and each app now must be granted the install source permission for APK installation."
The time picker now has a manual text entry mode: "In Android O, the time picker (in Calendar, Clock, etc) gets one small added icon at the bottom left: a keyboard. Tapping it switches to text-based entry where you can manually type in the exact time."
Easily add custom ringtones, alarm sounds, and notification sounds: "Android O adds one very important option, Add ringtone, at the bottom of the list of ringtones. Once tapped, you are taken to the file picker where you can choose any sound file, which will then become available in the sound picker list."
Multi-window apps now stay on the screen when you go to your homescreen, can be peeked into or maximized: "Google has improved multi-window by enabling users to maintain a view of the app they've minimized when they head into the launcher, as well as expand or maximize it."
Small drawbacks

Expandable quick settings only work when tapping the text, not the icon: "Quick Settings toggles still exist in Android O, but the way you interact with them is quite different. Expanding requires you to tap the text instead of the icon. The text in question if right under the icon—not the sort of thing that looks like a button you'd press. Tapping the icon toggles them on and off. Long-pressing does still open the corresponding full settings page for the tile."
Granular battery usage for system-level items and services is gone: "In the battery usage breakdown list, tapping any item that is a system-level service like System, Apps, Services, Phone idle, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi doesn't do anything. It looks like you can't access the details screen for them anymore."
Battery percentage indicator can't be placed in the status bar icon anymore: "Unfortunately, in the Android O Developer Preview, placing the percentage inside the icon is no longer an option. This will no doubt annoy some customization enthusiasts, but the percentage can still be displayed alongside the battery icon."
That's it for now, but we'll keep this post updated as we publish more Android O feature spotlights. And please, let us know if you've discovered something that we haven't covered yet.
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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Download Super Mario Run on Android Kita tahu bahwa Super Mario Run sekarang tersedia di iOS dan banyak pengguna iPhone yang menikmati permainan, sedangkan tidak adanya Super Mario Run di Android (setidaknya untuk saat ini) adalah meninggalkan banyak pengguna dalam dingin. Nintendo belum membuat pengumuman tentang kapan mereka akan merilis Super Mario Run di Play Store, salah satu hal yang paling penting yang kita tahu adalah Super Mario Run benar-benar akan datang ke Android.

Dari situasi, kita tahu bahwa beberapa pengguna Android yang mencoba untuk menemukan APK Super Mario Run atau sesuatu seperti itu. Dan kebanyakan dari mereka hanya berusaha untuk mendapatkan permainan dari sumber yang tidak diketahui, kami hanya menyarankan Anda - tidak pernah melakukan itu.

Super Mario Run Android APK

Saat ini, ketika seseorang ingin sesuatu yang belum tersedia, mereka sering menemukan cara lain untuk mendapatkannya. Tidak peduli seberapa, jika mereka ingin mereka akan. Salah satu hal yang sering dilakukan orang ketika ada aplikasi yang tersedia di Android adalah mereka mencoba untuk menemukan file APK. Misalnya, Pokemon Go, di hari itu dirilis Pokemon Go hanya tersedia untuk beberapa negara. Banyak orang sudah bersemangat tentang rilis, tetapi mereka tidak dapat men-download dari resmi karena tidak dirilis belum di negara mereka. Jadi hasilnya adalah sekelompok orang sedang mencoba untuk mendapatkan file APK. Dan tentu saja, seperti yang diharapkan berjalan lancar, tapi hasilnya adalah server Pokemon Go turun berkali-kali karena tidak dapat menangani seluruh dunia untuk bermain game ini ketika itu hanya siap untuk beberapa negara. Jadi kenapa tidak kita hanya melakukan ini, menemukan file APK dan berharap itu bekerja untuk Super Mario Run?

Nah, Super Mario Run belum ada pada perangkat Android. Kasus ini berbeda pada Pokemon Go karena itu tersedia, tetapi tidak tersedia untuk di-download di beberapa negara sejak negara dibatasi. Jadi orang-orang dari negara yang tersedia mengambil kesempatan ini untuk meng-upload file APK sehingga mereka dapat berbagi dengan orang lain yang tidak dapat men-download dari Play Store resmi. Super Mario Run tidak dirilis belum pada perangkat Android seperti saya katakan sebelumnya. Jadi dapat disimpulkan bahwa tidak ada 'APK resmi' di luar sana, tidak ada Super Mario Run APK sekarang.
"Aku telah mencari di Google, itu ada! Saya dapat men-download Super Mario Run APK".
Yah, saya percaya pernyataan itu, saya yakin ada satu ton halaman yang berisi artikel atau halaman download tentang file Super Mario Run APK. Tapi aku ragu itu 100% palsu karena tidak ada cara yang mungkin untuk mendapatkan file Super Mario Run APK sekarang, aku cukup yakin Anda tidak akan men-download malware ke perangkat Android Anda.
Sekali lagi, Super Mario Run tidak ada di Android. Setidaknya itu tidak dirilis belum, mungkin itu akan datang minggu depan, atau bulan, atau lebih, tapi tidak secara resmi dirilis belum. Jadi jangan jatuh untuk versi palsu dari Super Mario Run.

Apakah yang Anda inginkan jika malware menginfeksi perangkat Anda? Terutama jika itu perangkat harian Anda bahwa Anda dibawa kemana-mana. Ada banyak efek negatif Anda bisa dapatkan jika ada malware pada perangkat Anda. Mungkin Anda hanya mengalami perubahan kecil, kerusakan kecil, sebuah aplikasi crash, loop boot, atau aplikasi korup. Semua dari mereka adalah kecil dan mungkin mudah untuk memperbaiki, tetapi beberapa malware dapat menyebabkan masalah yang lebih besar seperti perangkat benar-benar menutup atau bahkan terburuk mencuri data berharga dari ponsel Anda.

Selama anda menunggu Super Mario Run hadir di Android, mengapa anda tidak mencoba  5 Most Popular Android Games 2016 by Google Play.

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Vintage Style RSS Subscribe And Other Social Bookmark Icons Gadget For Blogger

After long time i didnt update my blog because my computer are infected by malicious software lol. And now i will share a Vintage style and other sociaal bookmark icons gadget for blogger, i promise this gadget will make your blog looking smoothy.
Little note : I get this tutorial from spiceupyourblog web design
First, you can see the demo by clicking here
Below is the code for the widget, you can add it manually to Blogger in a Html/Javascript gadget or use the one click add to blogger button below the code. Either way make sure to replace my links in yellow with yours. For Wordpress go to Appearance > Widgets > Add the code to a text widget, once again make sure to change the links in blue.

#0b5394 <style>
a:hover {background-color: transparent;opacity:0.7;}

<a title="Rss Feed" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a>

<a title="Subscribe Via Email Rss" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a>

<a title="Follow On Twitter" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a>

<a title="Find Us On Facebook" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a>

<a title="Add To Circles" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a>
Finally save it. And the vintage style rss subscribe and social bookmarking icons gadget for blogger will appear on your blog

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Saturday, April 7, 2012

How To Create Facebook Like Box On Blogger

How To Create Facebook Like Box On Blogger. Until now, Facebook still be the first social media networking on the world. So if we optimize our facebook network (Fanpage) we can earn more visitor to our site. But how to optimize our facebook network? I think put a like box on our site is a great way, more followers you have more visitor you get.
And now i will share a tutorial how to create facebook likebox on blogger
1. Click this link to go to the facebook developers page
2. And now fill the form 
Facebook page url : Fill it with your facebook page url, if you doesnt have it you can create it first. Click here to create facebook page
Width : The like box width
Height : The like box height
Color scheme : The like box color
Show face : Do you want to show face of your page followers?
Border color : The likebox border color
Show stream : Do you want to show the latest post of your site?
Show header : Show the 'find us on facebook' text on the top of like box
3. After fill the form now click the 'get code' button
4. After copy that code the html code to your site.

How To Add The HTML Code to Blogger

1. Login to blogger
2. Go to layout page
3. Click add a gadget
4. Choose HTML/Javascript
5. And then paste the html code from facebook
6. Save it

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