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Android UI Patterns: An Emerging UI Pattern - Quick Return

Android UI Patterns: An Emerging UI Pattern - Quick Return | Smartphone News By Sachin Shelke | Scoop.it

Quick Return UI design pattern is a screen real estate saving design pattern that still allows users to access important off screen controls by easily moving them back to the screen.


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Android UI Patterns: Google's first pull-to-refresh - a good first try

Android UI Patterns: Google's first pull-to-refresh - a good first try | Smartphone News By Sachin Shelke | Scoop.it

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Samsung GALAXY S4 Firmware Update available

Samsung GALAXY S4 Firmware Update available | Smartphone News By Sachin Shelke | Scoop.it

The Samsung GALAXY S4 receives a firmware update, the Samsung GALAXY S4 update is 365MB in size and brings with it some stability improvements


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Shardul Prabhu: Google Now Cards Layout

Shardul Prabhu: Google Now Cards Layout | Smartphone News By Sachin Shelke | Scoop.it
Development experiences with Google Android, Apple iOS and PHP framework...

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Wunderlist | Task Management At Its Best

Wunderlist | Task Management At Its Best | Smartphone News By Sachin Shelke | Scoop.it

"Organize your life with Wunderlist, a free and easy-to-use Task Manager"...
Wunderlist is a simple task manager that works on the web or on a users PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Android phone. A users list follows them and stays synced across all their devices, and they can even share their to-do list with the Wunderlist via URL or Twitter. Ideal for "Team Collaboration"


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