Chủ Nhật, 24 tháng 2, 2013

Task:Life Performance Tracker 14.0 APK – Android App by Amimetic

★ Theme update.
★ New overview screen (compare the last months’ performance across all tasks).
In 12.0:
★ Complete visual refresh with several improvements to design including a clearer ’traffic light’ performance indicator.
In 11.0:
★ New relative percentages: can optionally have performance percentage relative to target (rather than absolute value). Use the menu to change this.
★ Performance Widget. A simple widget to get an overview of your current performance.
Establish exercise routines, diets, new year resolutions and other positive activities with Task:Life.
★ Using Task:Life you set goals such as going to the gym twice a week, or not eating cake five days a week, then track your progress over time.
★ You record each day if you succeeded yesterday (and are thus encouraged to do the task today, particularly if you didn’t manage it yesterday). This is an effective method of ingraining regular activities into your life.
★ Task:Life encourages you to exceed your own expectations by tracking the percentage of days you succeed and comparing this with your target. You can view a graphs of your history (and see how your performance has improved over time).
★ You can choose from several ways to view performance including an overall view, a (custom) windowed view or weekly approach.
For the price of a coffee you could dramatically improve your life.
“Top App. Best way to set/review custom daily goals.”
“Fantastic, much more motivating than reminders! An indispensable app, I’d say ”
“This simple app is turning my life around. I actually follow through with my habits now. The concept of percentages is great!”
Task:Life Performance Tracker
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Thứ Năm, 11 tháng 10, 2012

Download & install Beats Audio & Xloud on Any Rooted Android Phone


hello i created a zip i pulled the beats audio libs and bin files from a rom with beats audio and also added the xloud files to make it sound with better quality and also in some cases sounds even louder i have beats audio headphones and i was able to tell the difference try it out and let me know thanks

Flashable zip


If it doesnt flash you can use root explorer and put the files in the right place till i make a flashable zip

Beats audio
And person who ported xloud

Tested devices

Want to add this to your Rom?

Pm’ me reason alot people have not giving me credit for taking my time and work thank you

(SGII has issues with 03/02/12 zip you guys you use the first download)for now

Microsoft developing service transfer Android apps to WP

Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform has been released for more than a year and a half, but it has struggled to become a worthy competitor to Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. The small number of devices running WP, as well as the relatively poor ecosystem have led to sales of just 2.7 million Windows Phone gadgets in Q1 2012. The mobile operating system powered only 2.6 percent of the smartphones sold worldwide in the first three months of 2012, which is disappointing for a product developed by a company that is so used to dominating markets.
While the poor sales will probably go on for a while, as far as apps go, Microsoft is currently making efforts to draw in new users and satisfy the existing ones. According to a Pocket-Lint report, Bill Gates’ company has applied for a patent on a service that will allow applications from Android, iOS, and other rival platforms to be transferred to Windows Phone.
Although it sounds like an excellent idea in theory, we have to be realistic and say that it’s almost impossible for Microsoft to launch such a service soon and also it to be as functional as we imagine it. Why is that? Well, it’s very simple! In order for an app or several apps to be migrated from one platform to another, you need the permission from the initial OS and needless to say that we don’t see Android or iOS welcoming such a thing.
In fact, both Android and iOS developers are trying their best to make users “addicted” to their ecosystems by offering as many exclusive apps as possible, so it’s unlikely that Windows will get any of the two to agree sharing apps on a regular basis.
There’s also the money aspect for the regular user, which will likely be required to pay two times for the same app. Most users these days don’t like to pay in the first place and rely mostly on free content, so to think anyone would want to pay twice the value of an app only to be granted the “honor” of having Microsoft’s mobile OS powering their devices is, simply put, a fantasy.
In fact, these two issues are probably the most important things that are getting in the way of the project’s development. Microsoft has applied for the patent of the migration service way back in November 2010 and, considering the fact that we haven’t heard anything official on the matter until now, we can assume that the project is far from being finished.
Be that as it may, the idea is still a pretty enticing one and we would love to see it applied for Android and Apple, for example. There are still a lot of very useful and functional iOS-exclusive apps, so it would be very nice to be able to simply transfer them or have a service suggest similar apps in a matter of seconds.
Do you think that Microsoft’s project could ever see the light of day? And if so, do you think that it will be more than a simple suggestion service? Would you fancy “migrating” from Android to Windows Phone if Microsoft’s platform would have a better ecosystem and support for more apps?

Apple iPhone 5, iTunes 11, and new iPod event

Oh, there is an Apple event today?  Well check back here before 1PM ET as we’ll be covering it live.  Until then, get a preview byheading south – we’ve got just about everything covered. We’ll also be tweeting out the big stuff with our normal batch of analysis and commentary.
Spoiler free coverage? You are in the wrong place, amigo.
Here we go!
- Apple discusses the new iOS iTunes, App Store, iBookstore.
- 2/3 iTunes downloads via iOS.
- Apple Senior VP Eddy Cue is discussing iTunes.
- Tim Cook is back. Now talking about music.
- iOS 6 ships on Sep 19th.
- Pre-ordering begins Sept 14th. Ships 21st.
- Same prices as iPhone 4S. $199, $299, $399. 16GB, 32GB, 64GB.
- Schiller back on stage.
- Ive talking manufacturing
- Forstall talks iOS 6 in the promo video.
- New connector created to more effectively manage space in the iPhone 5′s internals.
- Bob Mansfield is discussing iPhone 5′s internal hardware.
- Jony Ive leading the pack in the promo video.
- iPhone 5 comes in black and white.
- Schiller back on stage.
- None of the iOS 6 stuff is new, just a demo of how it works on an iPhone 5.
- Forstall showing Safari, Tweeting, PassBook, Mail, Shared Photo Streams, Siri enhancements and more on iPhone 5.

- Showing Maps, 3D, etc.
- Scott is talking already announced iOS 6 features. Looks great on the 4 inch screen.
- iOS 6 now being demoed on the fancy new iPhone 5. Scott Forstall, SVP of iOS, is demonstrating.
-Lightning announced. Looks like those cables were the real deal. Adapters to the 30 pin being discussed.

- Schiller discussing the new iPhone’s dock connector.
- Noise canceling earpiece.

- Improved speakers.
- Three microphones: back, bottom, front.
- FaceTime HD (720P) lens on the front of the iPhone 5.
- Improved 1080P video capture, face recognition, better stabilization. Take photos as you are recording video.

- iPhone 5 looking amazing thus far.
- Incredible new Panorama mode. Just wave your iPhone in the air. Panoramas come out to 28 megapixels.
- Now discussing the iPhone 5 camera. Enhanced 8 megapixel iSight. Sapphire crystal lens covering. 40% faster photo captures.

- Schiller back. Talking battery life. Better battery life than iPhone 4S. Even with LTE and A6 chip.

- EA demoing Real Racing 3, powered by A6 chip. Outstanding graphics rendering. This is amazing.

- iPhone 5 has much faster, yet smaller, A6 system on a chip.

- WiFi: Dual-channel 802.11a.. this a big deal. 150 down.
- AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint to support iPhone 5 LTE in the United States. Canada, South Korea, UK as well.
- Schiller now talking about wireless technology… LTE announced.

- Display has 44% better color saturation, integrated touch sensors.
- Apple had a few developers update their apps for the new display. Looks very impressive.

- Apple’s included iOS apps and their App Store apps updated for the new display. Non-updated apps are pillar-boxed.

- 4 inch display. 1136 x 640 resolution. 326 PPI.

-Thinnest and lightest iPhone. 18% thinner than the iPhone 4S. 20% lighter than 4S.

- Apple announces the iPhone 5. Most beautiful product Apple has ever made.
- Phil Schiller up talking iPhone.

- 700K app downloads each month.

- iPad: 68% tablet marketshare. 91% tablet web traffic. What are people doing with their Androids? 94% of Fortune 500 using iPad. Cook discussing iPad applications. 250,000 apps.
- 84 million iPads sold from original launch until June 2012. Talking competition now.
- Talking iPad. Third-generation iPad reviews were incredible. 17 million iPads sold last quarter.
- Discussing positive response to new MacBook Pros and MacBook Air.
- Mountain Lion downloaded 7 million times.
- Cook talking Macs.
- Video over, continuing to talk retail: 83 million store visitors last quarter.
- Video about retail stores playing.
- Cook discussing Apple retail, new Barcelona store.

- Tim Cook is up!
- We’re hearing colored touches: yellow, blue, white, black, red
Schiller, Forstall, and Gore spotted:

Best Android Phones 2012

The year 2011 was all about “dual core” becoming the standard for high-end smartphones. And we have all witnessed what yesteryear’s superphones like the Samsung Galaxy S II, DROID RAZR MAXX, and others are capable of. The following phones are much more powerful than anything released last year, and for this upcoming generation of devices, even more.
So, what next? This year, chip-makers have come forth with quad core processors supporting mobile multitasking comparable to the performance of a desktop computer of a few years ago, powered by Tegra 3 SoC’s and TI’s OMAP equivalent. More cores equal more power and a faster smartphone; certainly they are likely to offer increased power savings and a performance increase in the range of 300-500%. And, they actually have power saving features embedded in them too.
The race for Android smartphone dominance features an incredible lineup with a fair mix of “veterans” as well as “newcomers,” including HTC, Motorola, Sony, Samsung, LG, Huawei, ZTE and Meizu. Let’s take a look at some of the devices that are already available, or will be soon.
First out of the gate is HTC, which launched the first quad-core smartphone in the market. Officially named the HTC One X, it runs on NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor with its 4+1 set up involving a companion core for menial tasks, and is clocked at 1.5Ghz. With 1GB of RAM at your disposal, along with 32GB of built-in memory, this mammoth device offers a 4.7″ screen with 720p HD resolution.
HTC One X Specs
  • 8MP camera unit with 28mm, f/2.2 lens with HTC Imagechip and ImageSense
  • 4.7″ screen with 1280×720 HD LCD Display
  • NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad core clocked @ 1.5 Ghz
  • 32GB of built-in memory
  • 1GB of RAM
  • Android 4.0 ICS with HTC Sense 4.0
  • Bluetooth 4.0
After a dismal 2011 and Q1 of 2012, HTC looked towards its One series to turn the company’s fortunes around. And it seems to be working so far. Not to say that the much-heralded flagship device has been without its issues, such as:
  • Processor overheating, glitchy screens, and malfunctioning camera app (attempted fix via an OTA software update)
  • The recently noticed issue of poor multi-tasking app management
  • Poor battery life, a problem which has become a staple HTC issue over the past year (the same OTA update seemed to reduce this problem as well)
  • The currently on-going “controversy” of an Apple lawsuit victory which has delayed the launch of the HTC One X (with AT&T) and the HTC EVO 4G (with Sprint)
I’ve been using the the HTC One X for about 2 weeks now, and I personally haven’t faced any of the issues above. Granted, I received the OTA update as soon as I started up the device so that might have been a contributing factor. The high-resolution S-LCD screen along with Android 4.0 with the thinned-down Sense 4.0 UI provides an amazing user experience and you can easily feel how much of a difference the quad-core processor makes. Of course, battery life still isn’t as good as one would hope for, but since I’ve been using HTC devices for a while, I have all the “workarounds” in place (chargers for home, office, and car). Would I rather have a better, bigger battery? Definitely. Is the current battery a decision-changer? Absolutely not.With the Samsung Galaxy S3 shipping only within the next month or so, and with other smartphone manufacturers releasing their devices only this summer or even later in fall, HTC has taken full advantage of its head start. How it fares against the competition is yet to be seen, but I believe that the HTC One X will definitely be in the reckoning for the crown of best Android smartphone of 2012.SAMSUNG
Completely contrary to HTC, Samsung enjoyed an amazing 2011 on its way to becoming the No. 1 Android device manufacturer in the world. They are testing possible processors like the Exynos 5250, which isn’t quad-core, but rather a dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 processor. But as we now know, Samsung decided to go ahead with its ARM Cortex-A9 based quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, clocked at 1.4Ghz.
I’ll be honest, I’m still reeling from the whirlwind rumor that preceded the official announcement of the Korean company’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy S3. Even though we now have official specifications, if someone suddenly asks me about it, I still to sift through the rumors and speculations that are still floating around in my mind, before I remember the “truth.” Below are the official specifications of the much-hyped device.
Samsung Galaxy S3 Specs
  • 1.4 Ghz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor
  • 4.8 inch 1280×720 Super AMOLED display
  • 8MP rear camera, 1.9MP rear camera
  • 1GB RAM
  • 16/32/64 GB internal storage, microSD support
With Samsung releasing the very successful Galaxy S2, Galaxy Nexus, and Galaxy Note last year, the expectation for “the Next Galaxy” were through the roof! The endless speculation and rumors did not help the matter either. So even though the specifications of the Galaxy S3 are no laughing matter, and met the expectations of the more rational minds, there seems to be an air of disappointment following the launch. “Only” 1GB RAM? What happened to the 12MP camera we all wanted? Why is Samsung still using Pentile technology? These were some of the questions that was in everybody’s thoughts.Of course, there are a lot of qualities such as the larger and removable battery, multiple storage options, and microSD support that for many users would be a big selling point for this device against the HTC One X. As such, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is still poised to be one of the most, if not the most successful Android smartphone of 2012.  MOTOROLA
Motorola is another manufacturer, like HTC, that has lost its dominance in the Android smartphone arena. While HTC and Samsung both have their flagship devices available or soon-to-be-available, we only have rumors about future Motorola devices. After the DROID RAZR and the DROID RAZR MAXX, rumors of a DROID RAZR HD have surfaced along with more speculation about the absolutely unstoppable and drool-worthy 3300mAh Quad core powered Motorola Atrix 3.

Motorola Atrix 3 specs
  • 4.3 inch HD display
  • 1.5 Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 3300 mAH battery
Motorola DROID RAZR HD specs
  • 4.6 inch HD display
  • 1.8 Ghz dual-core ARM-Cortex A9 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 3300 mAH
  • Android 4.0
Of course, any information we have on the above mentioned devices are just rumors at this point. With Motorola smartphones usually featured on Verizon’s 4G LTE lineup, it is reasonable to assume that the larger battery will be used. The HD display has become a standard feature on all high-end devices and therefore things should not be any different on Motorola’s flagship device.
The Google-owned company may be lying in wait to assess the competition before releasing their flagship device. It could also be letting the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3 fight play out before jumping into the ring. Either way, for now it looks like Motorola is poised to make its case for Android supremacy in the second half of the year, and will likely take on the lesser known LG, Sony, Huawei, and ZTE devices.
Complete speculation at this point, but with rumors of Android 5.0 Jellybean floating around, what do you think are the chances of Motorola getting first dibs on the OS?
From what we’ve seen, it appears that Sony is taking the smartphone market very seriously, and is positioning themselves in 2012 to become a lot more competitive. Granted, Sony execs have mostly confirmed that their devices will not feature a quad-core processor till 2013. But with the impressive performance of the dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, this is not necessarily a bad thing.
Sony released the Xperia S this year, with both packing a dual core 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon chip, a 4.55″ 1280×720 HD display, 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, and a 1750 mAh battery. Also, it packs a 12 MP camera with full HD recording and HDMI port. The biggest drawback is the fact that the device ships with Android 2.3 out of the box. Sony confirmed that an upgrade to Android 4.0 will be available in June, but somehow this “disadvantage” is enough for me to leave the Xperia S out of the running for Android “phone of the year.”
It does look like Sony might by releasing a legitimate contender for the title after all, if some rumors are to be believed. We’ve all heard about the impressive Xperia GX with its for-Japan-only tag, but it Sony might be considering an international version of the device as well, codenamed Hayabusa.
Sony LT29i Hayabusa specs
  • 4.6 inch HD screen
  • 1.5 Ghz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor
  • 13 MP rear camera
  • 2,200 mAH
If Sony is considering an international release of the Xperia GX, which has similar specs, it is safe to assume that the device will ship with Android 4.0 out of the box. With the smartphone market shaping up the way it is, Sony will really need to step up its game to avoid losing big.
Meizu MX with Quad Core Launching in May 2012
Meizu MX Specs
  • Exynos Quad Core @ 1.5 Ghz
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 16 GB ROM
  • 8MP Camera
  • 1600 mAh
  • 4 inch LED backlit display
Recently, Meizu CEO J Wong has confirmed that after first gen Meizu MX launched recently, its quad core version will be hitting the market soon installed with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich while it arrives in May 2012. He also confirmed in the official company forum that the second version of the Meizu MX will come with the Exynos processor. There is not so detailed information about the features it will showcase, but it will perhaps have a processor clocked at 1.5 GHz, 1/2 GB RAM, 16 Gb inbuilt memory, 8 MP or higher camera, full HD recording, HDMI port, 4+” LED display and a 1600 mAh battery.
Meizu have gained reputation in China, and their quality and powerful devices are starting to be acknowledged by the West. This means that it might not be long until they start selling them in Europe and the US, as well struggling against the iPhone.
LG 4X HD Specs: 
  • NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-core CPU
  • A whopping 4.7 inches HD Screen (1280×720)
  • 8MP Rear Camera and 1.3MP Front
  • 16GB on a microSD card.
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box
  • 21Mbps HSPA or LTE depending on region and carrier
  • 2000mAh battery
  • NFC
LG has received a lot of flack for slow updates, and for software that doesn’t perform at its best, all the time. That being said, they are still considered one of the top five, in terms of market share, at least. So it should come as no surprise that LG does not want to stand idly by.
While the Optimus 4X HD is impressive in its own right, it doesn’t hold a candle to the LG Optimus LTE2. Here’s why.
LG Optimus LTE2 specs
  • 1.5 Ghz NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 processor/dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 4.7″ True HD display (rumored)
  • 2,150 mAH
The information on the LTE2 is somewhat thin, considering its expected release later this month. We do know for sure though, that this will be the first smartphone in the world to feature 2GB RAM. Processor and display specifications are not yet available, but will should be impressive enough to provide good competition to HTC and Samsung.
Just when you thought LG was done, another leak pops up. And wow, is this one amazing! You be the judge.
LG LS970 Eclipse specs
  • 4.67″ WXGA display
  • 1.5 Ghz quad-core Krait processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 13MP rear camera
  • 2,100 mAH battery
We are aware of the incompatibility issues quad-core processors have with LTE radios, but if the these rumored specs are true, it looks like Qualcomm has found a solution. The expected release of this device is Q4 of 2012, so unless this release gets delayed, the LG Eclipse will have an undisputed claim to the throne.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Huawei is the one to watch in 2012. They’ve had quite a bit of success domestically in China, and elsewhere in Europe, and they’re hungry for more. Out of the hundreds of pieces of technology I had the privilege of experiencing, the Huawei Ascend P1 and P1S were the ones that really stood out. Remarkably thin, and built of an extremely strong composite plastic, they both featured an eye popping qHD AMOLED display, and made me want to put my Galaxy S2 back in my pocket.
Dubbed the Huawei Ascend D Quad XL, the company claims that this device is “the world’s fastest smartphone,” and all in a super tight, svelte package. What’s not to love? Perhaps the battery life. Time will tell, as with all good things, but from judging the reception the DROID RAZR MAXX has enjoyed with its industry leading 3300mAh battery, major manufacturers better wake up and notice that consumers want long battery life, and, in most cases, are willing to forgo thinness in the pursuit of more road-warrior attuned qualities.
Huawei Ascend D Quad Specs
  • 4.5″ qHD display
  • NFC
  • 16GB of onboard memory
  • 8MP camera
  • Quad-core 1.5Ghz processor
  • Android 4.0x+ Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 2200 mAh battery
Anyway, no matter the number of devices, what we are in the midst of is truly a mobile computing revolution. At the end of the day, we, the consumers, will all benefit. After all, we are going to experience a whole new world of smarter, faster and buttery smooth mobile devices.
Huawei and ZTE are both well known in their own Chinese markets, but have failed to make an impression on the world stage. Until now.
While Huawei will be releasing the flashier Ascend D Quad, ZTE is right behind, providing a quad-core option for the budget-conscious. Let’s take a look at the specs of the ZTE Era.
ZTE Era specs
  • 4.3 inch qHD display
  • 960×540 resolution
  • 1.3 Ghz NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB internal storage, microSD support
  • 8MP rear camera
  • Android 4.0
The only disappointing features are the slightly lower display resolution and the under-clocked(?) processor. But it’s still quad-core, and these “compromises” are what is going to lead the Era boasting a very pocket-friendly price tag. Huawei and ZTE plan to ship a combined 100 million devices this year, and both will provide stiff competition to the more established HTC, Samsung, and Motorola.
The fight for Android smartphone supremacy is shaping up quite well, with the action set to heat up over the second half of the year with some truly amazing devices in the pipeline. It almost makes you wonder if HTC and Samsung rushed their flagship releases.
What are your thoughts? Which device do you think will wear the crown at the end of the year? Are excited for the first 2GB RAM smartphones? Did HTC and Samsung show their hand too soon? Let us know in the comments section below.
What will be the best Android phone of 2012?
  • HTC One X
  • Motorola Atrix 3
  • Sony Xperia S
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Meizu MX
  • LG Optimus 4X HD
  • Panasonic Eluga Power
  • Huawei Ascend D Quad

Thứ Năm, 13 tháng 9, 2012

Top 5 Best Paid Android Games

Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus

Modern Combat 2
An action based game, pretty popular among the modern warfare Games.

Check out Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus

GT Racing Motor Academy

GT Racing Motor Academy
A cool racing game for your Android device. Pretty nice race tracks and some great cars. Awesome!

Check out GT Racing Motor Academy

Asphalt 6 Adrenaline

Asphalt 6 Adrenaline
Another marvel from the Asphalt Series. I’m just a big fan of the Asphalt racing games series and I’m pretty much sure, you’ll be left awestruck too.

Check out Asphalt 6 Adrenaline

Real Soccar 2011
Real Soccar 2011
A real Android game for Soccer lovers.

Check out Real Soccar 2011

Gangstar: Miami Vindication
Gangstar: Miami Vindication
How could we even miss out this Gangster game from our list of the best Android games.

Check out Gangstar: Miami Vindication

Dungeon Hunter

Dungeon Hunter
A great fantasy game. One of the best available for your Android.

Check out Dungeon Hunter

5 Best Free Android Games

Angry Birds RIO
Angry Bird Rio
It’s Angry Birds! No more words left.

Check out Angry Birds RIO

Paper Toss

Paper Toss
Getting bored in office ? Well, Paper Toss is a great stress buster game application.

Check out Paper Toss

Slice It!
Slice It!
Slice it! is an award winning pocket game  which can keep you occupied for hhours
Check out Slice It! ®

Mouse Trap

Mouse Trap
Help that Lab Mouse escape from the Laboratory. Sounds fun? Give it a try!

Check out Mouse Trap


Combine the fundamental elements of Life and create over 200 wonderful things. All you have got is Fire, Water, Earth and Air but all you need is your creativity.

Check out Alchemy

Which one is your favorite ? I am sure Angry Birds is on your list of favorites too!
Share your comments with us.

Download WiFi Speed Booster: Extreme 1.0 Full APK

WiFi Speed Booster: Extreme Full is the latest app in its realm that help users optimize their wireless internet connection on their devices. Using state-of-the-art code and techniques, this app will increase your download and upload speed by enhancing your WiFi connection.
WiFi Speed Booster: Extreme 1.0 Full APK for Andoid
This is done through optimizing the configuration of your network, re-initializing vital hardware in the device, and increasing the power to your WiFi card in your device.
This app will allow you to:
  • Transform your 1 or 2 bar WiFi connection to a 3, 4, or 5 bar connection
  • Optimize your wireless radio to connect to the nearest access point and give you the fastest speed
  • Give you better call quality over WiFi
  • Increase your download and upload speed
  • Maximize your phone’s WiFi radio power
  • Connect using the best and most optimized WiFi channel
All of this is done within seconds with the touch of one button! We simplified the process for you. All android devices are supported in this extreme edition of this app.

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