Jumat, 27 November 2015

Wondershare Dr.Fone: Best Android Data Recovery Software for PC

Wondershare Dr. Fone for Android is a good pick for those who are looking for a reliable way for recovering files. Wondershare provides a data recovery solution for Android devices without discrimination. The software will help you recover data irrespective of how long the data has been tempered with or deleted. Most people have recommended wondershare as a final solution to recovering lost data on all Android phones and devices. The developer of wondershare Dr. Fone has won several awards for coming up with top notch data recovery applications for PC, mobiles and Mac devices.

Why You Should Use Wondershare Dr.Fone

There are numerous reasons why you should consider Wondershare Dr. Fone over other data recovery applications that are specific to Android devices.
  • Wondershare Dr.Fone is user friendly
    Wondershare Dr.Fone Android date recovery has a simple user-interface that is easy to understand thereby making it unnecessary to use a manual. The application can easily be used by a novice. Dr. Fone is light and can be operated on almost any windows PC starting from those running on Microsoft XP. It requires basic disc space thus can run on any modern computer.
  • Supports different data type and file formats
    Wondershare Dr.Fone can be used to recover contacts, text messages, documents, photos, videos and any other media type like a ninja. It also supports file extensions and formats that are specific to Android phones such as jpg, gif, png, xml, html, csv, mp3, docx, doc and many more. Once you use the Dr. Fone for Android to scan for the files you want to recover, you will be able to select the data category or document types you want to recover.
  • Supports for different Android phone brands and devices
    Wondershare Dr.Fone supports a wide array of Android devices without discriminating the low end Chinese brands. The software has successfully been used on Samsung galaxy series, Techno N3, Samsung galaxy note 10.1 and Infinix X450 as well as other popular Android phone brands.

How Wondershare Dr. Fone Works

Recovering lost files from Android device is quite simple. All you have to do is just download and install the Wondershare Dr.Fone Software on your PC. Once you have installed the wondershare Dr.Fone, connect your Android phone to your PC, and run the app, a next button will appear on your screen, click on it to start the recovery scan. You do not have to wait for the scan to be completed as the software gives you a preview of what has been recovered so you can stop the scan once the data you want is found. Once found, select the files that you want to recover and press 'Recover'. Everything that you select will be downloaded onto your computer and you can access it.

Related article: How to recover lost or deleted files from Android phone with Wondershare Dr.Fone

Rabu, 23 Juli 2014

Facebook Introduces 'Save' Feature for Android, iOS and Web Browsers

Facebook has introduced a new button called ‘Facebook Save’ that allows users to save items that can be read later. The feature is similar to bookmarks and allows users to save links, music, places and more for later.

You can save a variety of items like links, places, movies, television shows as well as music. All the saved items will remain private unless you select the Share option.

You can access the the saved links and posts in the tabs section on Android and iOS devices, as well as accessible through your web browser. All the content is organized by category and can be shared easily by simply swiping it to the right or moving them to the archive list.

The feature will roll out to Android, iOS and web browsers over next few days.

Sabtu, 28 Juni 2014

Google rolls out Android 4.4.4 KitKat OTA update for Nexus devices

Google has started rolling out Android 4.4.4 KitKat update for all the Nexus devices, including Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. The new updated is for security fix, so there are you won’t see any changes in the UI.

Rabu, 11 Juni 2014

Sega will Release Sonic Jump Fever on Android this Summer

Sega has announced that Sonic Jump Fever will be landing to Android and IOS this summer as a free-to-play game. The Sonic Jump Fever is based on the original Sonic Jump which was released on smartphones in 2012.

In the new release, players compete for high scores in vertical jumping challenges while playing as Sonic, Knuckles, and other characters from the Sonic universe. You will need to avoid obstacles, bounce off of platforms and collect rings to achieve the highest score possible.

Senin, 02 Juni 2014

Epic Releases a Flappy Bird Clone named Tappy Chicken on Android

The Unreal Tournament and Infinity Blade developer, Epic Game has released a Flappy Bird clone named Tappy Chicken for Android. Like Flappy Bird, you simply tap on a touchscreen display to keep your character airborne and dodge obstacles.

Rabu, 07 Mei 2014

Award Winning Puzzle Game, The Room Two, Now Available on Android

After first released on iOS last year, The Room Two is now available on Android. The Room Two is a puzzle game developed by British-based Fireproof Games Studios as a sequel to The Room.

Just like The Room, The Room Two is a macabre puzzle game. Each level of the game consists of a single eerie room. In the middle of the room, there is a mysterious locked box for you to open. Well, this might sound rather easy to some, but it's quite the opposite – these boxes are a hard nut to crack. You'll have to solve various puzzles, riddles, and search each room for different clues on how to unlock its mysterious box. Just as you might've guessed, the difficulty of these brain-teasers will increase along with your progress – from light-hearted puzzles in the beginning to almost impossible-to-solve enigmas later on.

Rabu, 23 April 2014

Google Wants 'Powered by Android' Logo on All New Android Phones

Google wants everyone to remember that its Android operating system is what fuels the majority of smartphones on the market. The Android phone makers are required to display ‘powered by Android’ logo on their splash screen, as reported by The Geek.