Greetings and salutations, online Android-fancying eye-user, and welcome to this week’s reformed LOA offering, serving up the metaphorical precooked spiced ham of open source OS News and Reviews in an odd-shaped tin. We’ve got the funny little key and we’ve got the facty secret, and we’re ready to open it up and feed you full.
But don’t worry about potentially biting off more than you thought you could chew and choking on the overly chunky chapter and verse we churn out, for here you can take a tour of our taster menu, nibbling on the bite-sized bits below before opting to go all-in on the substantial main story.
Covering assistants, animals and Eurovision, smart sticks, Snoop Dogg, sound-strengtheners, psychology and speakers, there’s an Android-based flavour here for all appetites. So, done now with the apéritif of the intro, go sample and sate your OS of choice cravings…
Arm your Android with one of the sharpest new virtual assistants available as, rather than the ethnic kit carrying people of east Nepal, this techie Tenzing exists to assist you scale the summit of the Everest of everyday. We got all Tony Stark right here.
We’ve all seen shows about the trials and tribulations of running zoos and wildlife parks on TV, and some of you may have even seen the seminal Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson vehicle We Bought A Zoo, but none has successfully portrayed the savage reality of animal-logistics; until now.
The official app of the international celebration of song, offering access all areas, behind the event info and even live lyrics on the night, and costing no-pence it’s going for a song! Sorry, slightly better gags are available here.
Image paying a not inconsiderate amount for a fully featured Smart TV when the simple addition of a 60 quid stick could convert any HDTV to do the same. Now either celebrate or hold your head in your hands…
Instantly become more like Hip Hop’s hard to understand, crazy, Coronation Street-loving, animalistic advocate of largely illegal inhaling, Snoop Lion (nee Dogg), with his own image-adjusting app-izzle.
Monitor your moods and assist with science by signing up to Cambridge University’s psychological smartphone research app. Happiness-checking for the good of your health, just how life-satisfied are you?
Fancy a palm-sized portable powerhouse to bring a bit of boom to your smartphone-secreted sounds? Well open your ears to the all-new outdoors option from bēm.
So, if you go and Google ‘Android app reviews’, take a look who comes out at the number one spot. Yep, skinning the competition alive! But, shallow showing off aside, that’s it again for another week, we’re off now to where the beautiful people hang out once the weekend rolls around. And that’s where you’ll find us, staring at them, from a distance, until security shoos us away. Number one! Number one! Number One! Sorry, it just came out.