Sometimes, we accidentally found a nice song, but don’t know its title or singer name, even could not remember any lyrics. In cases like this, how to identify and finally find it? We think the preferred way is to use SoundHound ∞ (AKA: SoundHound Infinity, relying on the vast library support of midomi).
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Root Explorer (RE for short) is an extremely powerful must-have file manager for rooted Android OS (requires root permission to work), developed by Speed Software from United Kingdom. It enables users to access the whole Android file system (even including any hidden system data folders) and easily to perform operations with the highest authority required.
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Now is the mobile Internet era, mobile applications are more and more popular and important. As the main mobile phone operating system, Android has attracted so many developers to develop applications for Android platform.
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If you are a developer with at least 5 years of experience in Java programming, then developing an Android application that can be put into use may be nothing. But for beginners who just start everything from scratch, this is a very grueling and pain thing. Because he or she has to begin with learning the Java programming.
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ePSXe for Android is a free SONY PlayStation (PSX and PSOne) emulator specially designed for Android system on mobile platform. As the best SONY PlayStation simulator, I’m sure many players must be familiar with ePSXe (Enhanced PSX Emulator), which has a long history that has been through ten years of development process, and has been famous for its high compatibility. Continue reading [v2.0.7] ePSXe for Android – Best free PSX/PS1 emulator for Android
After all, Google is the first company attempted the localization of Android on PC. Whereas, they missed the era of mobile Internet & network and smartphone sweeping around the world due to an early start. Subsequent years, Android-x86 appeared first and lay a solid foundation for newcomers to make transition. Then it’s Phoenix OS and Remix OS‘s turn to break a new ground. AppNee thinks that: the day Android rooted on a PC platform (that means compatibility is no longer a major problem), the time Linux started to formally replace Windows in all directions!
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If you would not like to install a full Android OS on your hard disk or USB flash drive using the Remix OS for PC, just want to run some Android apps or games through an Android OS emulator running on Windows, then Remix OS Player is a better choice. Compared with many other similar Android emulators, you will find it’s much better, and it runs much faster and more smoothly.
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