iTunes is a bloated, inefficient program. It limits you to playing audio formats that Apple supports, and it requires you to connect via USB to a computer. There are some good alternatives to iTunes that work on both iOS and Android. In A Nutshell If you are looking for a true replacement for iTunes, check […]
In this article, I’ll summarize how to share files privately, without being spied upon. I’ll cover two file sharing networks — Bittorrent and the Usenet. The Usenet tends to have faster downloads, until you get a good download/upload ratio on Bittorrent (if you don’t know what the Usenet is, please see this article). Using BitTorrent […]
Now that Android tablets accept large-capacity Micro Secure Disk memory cards, it’s possible to carry your entire media collection in your pocket. Currently, you can buy a 64 GB (gigabtye) Micro Secure Disk (microSD), and use it in most of the newer Android tablets and phones. These memory cards can store about 177 full albums in FLAC […]
My pick for the best video player for Android is the rather strangely named BS. Player. Most video players on Android are plagued by video stuttering. However, this app incorporates hardware accelerated video playback. This is feature is essential if you want to be able to play HD videos on your device.