Tag: Mini-Review

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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Mini-Review #9: Neko for Android

(So I need an excuse to record my phone's screen. I like it that now I can do it directly on my phone [with the help of an app] instead of using ADB.) Neko is a tiny app that was originally made for Japanese NEC Pcs back in 1989 and since then has been available … Continue reading Mini-Review #9: Neko for Android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)

Mini-Review #3: Minefield (Windows, Linux)

Whew, it's hard to find some breathing space these days. But I'm trying to write a quick review of a game I re-discovered recently. Minefield is a variation of Minesweeper, which is described on the Ubuntu Software Centre as 'a more arcade-y variation on the classic Minesweeper'. It still have the same direction (don't touch … Continue reading Mini-Review #3: Minefield (Windows, Linux)