Have lot of important files on your phone and don’t want anyone to know them? Andrognito is able to help you then. It is an Android application that hides and encrypts with advanced 3-layer encryption engine. Therefore, you can keep files like documents, images, videos, ZIP, apps confidential from others who use your phone. It is still in beta stage. And hopefully these features can be added on final version. Ability to view those hidden files (without unhide them) with Andrognito app itself. And tablet support.
On-screen navigation bar is waste of display space on Android applications that do not support full screen immersive mode. Luckily, Google created that mode for Nexus devices without hardware navigation keys. But not all applications and games support full screen immersive mode yet. So you are not getting the full display out of it. Thanks to GMD Full Screen Immersive Mode, we can enjoy full screen mode on all Android applications and games even they do not support it. And no root access is required. A nice to have on Nexus devices like Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 5.
GMD Full Screen Immersive Mode
Turn your Android tablet into a paper notebook. Yes, 7″ tablet like Google Nexus 7 (2013) is good to take note. Even better when use with stylus. Wacom is giving out Bamboo Paper (tablet version) for free now in order to celebrate the launch of Bamboo Paper for Android tablets. This offer has limited time. Be sure to grab it before the promotion is over.
Want to know how much frames per second (FPS) does your games run on your Android device? Well, there is a free an application that can do so. GameBench is the one. It can provide detailed CPU, GPU performance and battery analysis on Android devices. So that you can identify the bottleneck of the game or application. By the way, root access is required. Don’t have? No worry, one-time PC connection setup can solve it.
You can enjoy latest and greatest Google OS ~ Android L on Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) officially. However, Google did not make an official one for older Nexus devices like Nexus 4. But the community had done it for all of us. Well, the Android L is a developer preview OS. Therefore, it should have bugs. Not to mention this Nexus 4 ROM which ported from it. It might have even more bugs flying around. However, if you happen to have CWM or TWRP installed on your Nexus 4, no harm to try it. Just make a backup first…
Android L on Nexus 5 & Nexus 7 (2013)