Category: Android

A Change in My Workflow, Part 2: Phone Woes

Right after my laptop was fixed, I thought it would be the best time to finally address my phone's problem, which I've noticed since one or two months back. I couldn't function without both my laptop and my phone, and at that time I fix my laptop first because I decided it was much more … Continue reading A Change in My Workflow, Part 2: Phone Woes

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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

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)