Category: Android

Mini-Review #9: Xiaomi Mi Band 2

Yes, I bought a Mi Band 2 last month. I won't elaborate too much about it, since it was a 2-year-old gadget (even the Mi Band 3 was released last May), there are tons of reviews and discussions about it, and some of you might own one already. To tell the truth, not a long … Continue reading Mini-Review #9: Xiaomi Mi Band 2

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Screen Stream on Firefox

I recently tried an app called Screen Stream to cast my phone's screen to my laptop to save my eyes from straining. This app streams my screen as an MJPEG file which I can view in my browser by accessing an address. However, when I tried to load the address on Firefox, it won't load … Continue reading Screen Stream on Firefox

Cross-platform, Offline Note Taking? Use Dropbox (and some other apps).

There are two problems with my favorite note-taking apps, Google Keep and Simplenote: They don't have desktop apps. Web apps are of course available, but it doesn't feel as natural as a desktop app. Simplenote do have a desktop app, but it's not available for 32-bit Linux, and being an Electron app, I think it … Continue reading Cross-platform, Offline Note Taking? Use Dropbox (and some other apps).

Review #12: Asus PC Link (Windows, Android)

Most major phone manufacturers nowadays bundled their Android phone with apps meant to improve the user’s experience. My phone’s manufacturer, Asus, is no exception, with its large list of pre-installed (and uninstallable) apps they put on my phone: Supernote (a note-taking software similar to Evernote), What’s Next (an agggregated view of social media updates, calendar … Continue reading Review #12: Asus PC Link (Windows, Android)

Mini-Review#7: AcDisplay (Android)

I recently tried AcDisplay, which, according to the description, is 'a new way to show notifications on Android'. Whenever you have a new notification, it will show you a screen with the current date/time and the notification icons on the bottom. Just like on the default notification bar, you can interact with them and dismiss … Continue reading Mini-Review#7: AcDisplay (Android)