Create Widgets From Website on your Android Device Using Meta Widget


The Android Emulator home screen.

The Android Emulator home screen. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There probably is a website or two that doesn’t have an Android app, but you still would like to get updates on the status of the site, and would be nice if you could see it on one of your home screens, and you can do just this by using the app Meta Widget which will turn a website into a Widget on your Android Home Screen, for more check out Meta Widget.

Get your Workout Reminders using Sworkit


English: Fitness trainer Billy Blanks shows a ...

English: Fitness trainer Billy Blanks shows a female workout participant, the proper workout technique during his workout session at the Charleston Club January 28th. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It might not always be on your mind during the day that you haven’t workout for 15 or 30 minutes, and so you might go a day or so without remembering that you have to do this, in order to help you remember you might want to employ the service Sworkit which will give you those reminders at random times of the day that you need to get your workout on, for more check out Sworkit service and Android/iOS apps.

Send Photos From your Smartphone to your Browser with Bump for Android & iOS Devices


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If your in the market for an app that will easily allow you to share your media with other phones or even now your browser, you might want to consider the app Bump, which just updated to now allow for the transfer of photos from your Mobile device to your browser, for more check out Bump for Android & iOS.

Share Media While on a Phone call using Sidecar


Wi-Fi Signal logo

Wi-Fi Signal logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If the idea of making a phone call over WiFi doesn’t bother you, and you have a need to send files or other media while your on a conversation with someone, then you might want to check out the Android & iOS app Sidecar which will allow you to call other users of the app for free over WiFi, which allows you to send media to them without much hassle, for more check out Sidecar for Android or Sidecar for iOS.

Take Certain Android Apps for a Test spin VIA Amazon Appstore’s Test Drive Beta Feature


Amazon Appstore

Amazon Appstore (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Amazon Appstore has begun to test a new feature of the store, call Test Drive, which will allow you to use an app for a trial period, then you can go ahead an purchase the app or not, which is an amazing gift to many android users, that find that sometimes Apps aren’t what they say they are, or your device just doesn’t play nice with certain apps, either way if the feature is available for your device you might want to check it out before your next app purchase, for more check out the Amazon Appstore.

Get your Recipes, Meals Planned and Shopping List in one place with ZipList


Dinner

Dinner (Photo credit: Tammster1)

When it comes to managing what we eat, and making sure you can prepare that meal, you might sometimes run into issues here and there, and if you want a way to streamline the entire process, you might want to take a look at the service/program Ziplist which will keep Recipes, your meal plans for the week or day, and a shopping list to make sure your prepared to cook whats on your list, for more check out Ziplist which also has a iOS/Android app.

Secure your Wallet using LastPass Wallet for iOS


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iOS logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

If you happen to have a iOS device and your trying to leave your wallet at home, but don’t want to risk a privacy breach by putting all your important ID’s, credit cards on your iOS device, then you should consider using LastPass Wallet for iOS that will allow you to keep your information without having to worry, for more check out LastPass Wallet for iOS.

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