About Pavan Bawdane

A young and passionate blogger who loves writing about Android and Geeky Stuff.

Top 7 Google Chrome Extensions to Enhance Usability

Google Chrome is by far the most popular web browser across the globe. According to recent statistics from W3 Schools, the Google chrome web browser is being used by 52.7% of users.  There are multiple reasons to why it became so much popular. Just to outline few, the Chrome web browser starts up within few [...]

Top 5 Google Chrome Note Taking Extensions

Technology has evolved so extensively and you can see the difference by checking out different activities that you were used to doing about 3-4 years ago compared to how you do them today. Do you even remember when was the last time you've used a pen and sheet of paper to take down notes from [...]

5 Top Google Chrome Fitness Extensions

Fitness-savvy guys and girls, I’m sure that you would have been using plenty of fitness applications on your smartphones. After-all they have been providing real value for the fitness activities you do by keeping track of your daily tasks and some track your food intake as well. But what if you don’t have a smartphone [...]

5 Best Photo Editing Google Chrome Extensions

As you all know, Google Chrome is a very popular Internet browser which is used by millions. One of the main reasons Google rose to the top of the browser market is due to the powerful developer support and simplicity that comes from Chrome Extensions. There are thousands of Google Chrome extensions and many of [...]

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 Running on Exynos 5 Processor

A couple of weeks ago, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S4, which is one of the world’s most anticipated Android smartphones at an unpacked event in New York. Although after an official announcement, we have yet to see the Galaxy S4 on sale for the masses, but that didn't stop the folks over at XDA-Developers who [...]

Google Ditched Webkit for its own Blink Solution

For those folks those who are wondering what I’m talking about; Webkit and Blink are both web engines which are used by popular internet browsers such as Google Chrome and Opera. Google in a recent blog post has announced that it will ditch the  industry standard Webkit which it had been using in Chrome browser [...]

2013-04-05T13:04:27-07:00April 6th, 2013|Categories: Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

You Must Know These 5 Android Terminal Commands

Whether you’re stuck in the middle of some crappy company’s boot logo while rooting your device or doing customization, these 5 Android terminal commands are those that every Android user must be aware of. In fact, it might just save you from wasting extra bucks by allowing you to recover your Android device at your home [...]

How to Unlock the Nexus 10 Bootloader

Nexus devices are doing a pretty nice job in terms of sales across the globe (especially in the US) and one of several reasons why people love Nexus devices is that they have the unaltered stock Android OS on them.  Although Nexus devices are being sold with a locked bootloader, it is fairly easy to [...]

2013-02-25T12:12:45-07:00February 28th, 2013|Categories: Android, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , |

MWC 2013 Day 1 Roundup-Galaxy S IV Invitations, Nokia Lumia 720, 520 and Asus PadFone

Well, it was another busy day at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2013), Barcelona. The most exciting and much awaited announcement being made by Nokia which is launching two new Windows Phone 8 powered smartphones for the price tag of $180 for the Lumia 520 and $330 for the Lumia 720. Samsung on the other hand, [...]

2013-02-26T09:17:28-07:00February 26th, 2013|Categories: Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , |

MWC 2013 Day 0 Roundup: Note 8.0, Ascend P2, Alcatel & Firefox OS

As the time progressed, the first day at MWC 2013 Barcelona, came to an end with a number of devices being launched by various companies. Although, we will be having plenty of events tomorrow which include events from Nokia, Asus and ZTE, the Nokia one is expected to bring a new range of windows phone [...]

2013-02-25T06:40:05-07:00February 25th, 2013|Categories: Android, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

How to Root Motorola RAZR i Running Android 4.1.2 jelly bean

Motorola has recently released an update to its Android smartphone the Motorola RAZR i. If you have already updated your smartphone to this latest version then you might just need to follow this guide to root your Motorola RAZR i. The device is really beautiful in the hands of developers as it runs on an Intel Atom 2 [...]

Alternate Ways to Select E-mails in Android Gmail

As a basic Android user, you should already be aware of the conventional ways of selecting e-mail messages in Gmail for Android. If you remember correctly, there is a small tiny check-box present at the beginning of each e-mail title in the list view which allows you to select multiple e-mail messages to perform certain [...]

5 Stunning Android Panorama Apps

Do you love taking panorama pictures? In case you are not familiar with what Panorama pictures are, the exact definition from Wikipedia states that Panorama is any wide angle view or representation of a physical space. This wide angle representation is often concluded as 360 degree view of physical space. So, getting back to our [...]

2013-01-24T08:46:12-07:00January 26th, 2013|Categories: Android, Technology|Tags: , |

Wowza – Media Streaming Service for Any Screen

For those of you who doesn't know what Wowza offers and what do they mean by media streaming service; let’s give you a small explanation. Wowza is premium software which acts as a media server that  delivers high performance with high value streaming of media and video for almost any screen size. The word media [...]

2018-03-11T20:15:53-07:00January 15th, 2013|Categories: Software|Tags: , , , , |

Free Christmas Live Wallpapers for your Android

How are your preparations going on for this Christmas 2012 season? It is right upon us next week and I’m sure you all are be busy preparing your house for Christmas and doing your last minute shopping for gifts. It’s really tough to take time out from this busy schedule and check few things out [...]

2012-12-19T10:09:25-07:00December 19th, 2012|Categories: Android, Technology|Tags: , |

Maluuba a Good Siri Alternative for Android

When Apple launched Siri, a voice assistant service, Google soon after followed the same path with a different approach. They introduced Google Now with a limited number of cards but their initial response said it all. Well, it will take time to support all of the things with the deep level of integration as Siri [...]

Best Android Hotel Apps to Help You Search for Hotels

Whether you’re traveling around the world for business tours or personal holidays, finding hotels with average rates and service is a tough task. Many of us leave this tedious task to their personal assistants or travel advisers.  However, you would be amazed to see how these Android hotel apps make everything easier and simple for you [...]

2012-11-09T09:50:04-07:00November 11th, 2012|Categories: Android|Tags: , , , |

Which is the Best Keyboard for Android for Typing Faster?

For the past few months, a wide range of on-screen applications which function as a keyboard for Android devices have shown the potential to change the way users interact and input words into their devices through the keyboard. With these number of improvements many new concepts from gesture inputs to continuous swipe input played crucial [...]

2012-11-03T14:26:20-07:00November 5th, 2012|Categories: Android|Tags: , |

5 Best Go Locker Themes for Android Phones

Still using the default lock-screen on your Android phone? If you are, aren't you bored of it yet? I personally change lock-screen themes and home screen launcher themes frequently and that eventually refreshes my mind. The common mindset behind this is very simple. The human eyes are hungry for something catchy and they get bored of [...]

2013-11-24T07:00:59-07:00October 30th, 2012|Categories: Android|Tags: , |

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini or Samsung Galaxy S3

A couple of days back, Samsung announced the Galaxy S3 mini, which is a smaller sibling to its flagship device called the Samsung Galaxy S3. Samsung has yet to confirm the availability of the S3 mini in various markets however reports are suggesting that UK might get it first in a couple of weeks. The [...]

2012-10-15T14:15:29-07:00October 19th, 2012|Categories: Android|Tags: , , , , |
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