I bet I'm not the only one that has sat and thought how crazy your notifications on Twitter must go if you're being followed by millions of people (i.e; Gaga, Perry, Bieber, 1D, etc.), not only that, but how would you see, let's say, a tweet from a radio DJ amongst the thousands that're bombarding you at any one time?
Well. I've done my usual bit of snooping - as I usually like to do - and have found what I believe is what anyone verified on Twitter gets in their notifications section. (Now I've came across this on the official... [read more]
If like myself earlier, you try sending a picture along with a tweet using the official Twitter app for Android and it sometimes doesn't send, but also doesn't give you a "Failed to send Tweet" error, you'll be familiar with "Sending Tweet..." being stuck on your dropdown thing.
Sadly, it doesn't disappear when you stop Twitter's process (in the "Running Services" option in your Settings) and you can't swipe it away (well, depends if your version of Android allows you or not) and this is a problem I have noticed all around the internet on... [read more]
Now how on earth did I miss this puppy? Well that's twice this week I've missed out on knowing something about Google (This and also my quick US Weather Alert system for tornado watches and tornado warnings - will post about this at a later date though)
Now when I'm fiddling around and programming for my Android phone, I usually use Eclipse as my IDE and use it with the Android SDK (API Level 8 and API Level 15 for Android 2.2 and Android 4.0.3 respectively), however upon searching around the internet for some tutorials... [read more]
It's only recently been reported by Sky, that a numerous amount of their Android apps have been hacked and replaced on the Google Play Store. As you can see from the screenshot to the side, it's a group calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army. At the time of writing this up the affected apps are Sky Go, Sky+, Sky WiFi and the Sky News app.
After a week of faffing around, I am now proud to announce my first ever Android Application!
It's called dhConverter, dh for me (Dale Hay) and Converter because that's what it does, it converts. What does it convert you ask? Well it converts various different types of temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit or maybe even Rankine or Kelvin. Also you can convert various methods of Weight, Length, Area, Capacity and Volume.