Searching for a good and attractive Gallery app for your Android device? You should give this a try one time. Piktures is a beautiful gallery app for Android, packed with various useful features and Material Design. It is also called as “gesture-based” gallery app.
Everything is exciting and impressive. There is also various touches of Google’s new Material Design language. You can easily organize your photos the way you want. It will allow you to resize photos, set them as wallpapers or even sort by cities. You can access pics from albums by just swiping to the left. There is also a dedicated button which will arrange all your photos and videos in a calendar view.
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There’s a cool feature on the Samsung Galaxy smartphone that will render your user’s manual useless.
A hidden menu, which you can access by dialing a specific string of characters, lets you troubleshoot hardware issues and check your phone’s functionality. The tool was first spotted by Android Central months ago, but now, more Samsung Galaxy owners are uncovering it. The menu contains a host of service checks.
Fitbit has today lifted the wraps on three new activity and sleep tracking devices, all of which offer slightly different features depending on the intended use.
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After quite the hiatus and the hyped Fitbit Force Recall, the manufacturers are now back with the Fitbit Surge. At first glance, it appears to be a digital watch on your wrist, which is certainly a departure from the sleeker designs of fitness wearables of yesteryears, but it does appear to pack more than it’s share of ticking time telling.
Improving on the brand’s usual lineup of fitness monitors, the Surge is a smartwatch that features built-in GPS tracking which updates the user on their pace, distance, routes and elevation. Other features include a heart rate monitor and calorie counter as well as the ability to receive calls and texts and controlling the music on your phone. The Surge will be compatible with iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
With the iPhone 6 ruling the sales charts for recent phone sales, Samsung clearly isn’t content sitting back. Various tech sites are already reporting that the Korean Electronics Giant is in the process of working on the “next big thing” as far as the Galaxy S line-up goes.