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*Ankit*

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About *Ankit*

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  • What OS do you use as your primary device?
    Android
  • Interests
    Technology, politics.
  1. *Ankit*

    Show your home screen!

    That time and weather widget is smooth! It belongs to the Kreativ Zooper pack by Ricky Laughlin. Check it out in the play store if you use Zooper Widget Pro. Sent from my ASUS_Z00AD using Tapatalk
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    Show your home screen!

    I like minimalistic home with materialistic touch and here is my home screen - Sent from my ASUS_Z00AD using Tapatalk
  3. Awesome update. The User Interface of the main app looks great. The new Carbon Light theme is cool. Like the new emojis interface. The double word predictions is a very nice feature. Using the new SwiftKey app feels refreshing. Sent from Asus ZenFone 2 with Tapatalk
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    How many beta apps are you using?

    40+ Sent from my Asus Zenfone 2 with Tapatalk
  5. *Ankit*

    [FEATURE REQUEST] Per app themes

    Fleksy Keyboard has this feature, they call it Chameleon Theme.
  6. *Ankit*

    What Launcher App Are you Using for Android?

    Yup. Missed it! (App Name). It got some cool widgets too. I used it before I settled for Nova Launcher Prime and it's plugin Tesla Coil Unread.
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    What Launcher App Are you Using for Android?

    The recent 4.0 Material update has made Nova Launcher Prime even better. If you want a simple and stable but highly customisable and feature full launcher, you need to try Nova Launcher Prime.
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    Google Play Testing through Google Group

    Okay. Let me explain. You can do beta testing through 2 ways- 1. Have just 1 app, where you receive stable version by default, but you have the option to do beta testing by "Becoming a beta tester", after which you receive the beta version update from the same app itself. 2. Have 2 apps, 1 for stable version and second for beta version for Beta Testing. When SwiftKey first time opted for Google beta testing, it choosed first approach, where same app received updates from both stable channel and beta channel. Now, swiftkey has opted for second approach, where both stable and beta versions have 2 different apps in the play store. What i want, which i also asked SwiftKey to do many months ago on this same topic, is to opt for both the approach, and let user decide, which one they want to choose. I hope now i am more clear. Regards, Ankit Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
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    Google Play Testing through Google Group

    Hey Prad, It has certainly become easier now to update the beta version of the app, as we don't need to check the forum for new beta update, download apk file and side load it. Now, we simply get update from the play store, thanks for that. I have a query. I want to know what happened about the beta channel for the main app? Has that been closed and we will only receive beta update from the beta app and not from the main app? Can we be provided both the options and let the users decide which one they want to choose? Regards, Ankit Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
  10. *Ankit*

    Saying goodbye

    Good luck for the future. Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
  11. *Ankit*

    What Launcher App Are you Using for Android?

    I use Nova Launcher Prime on my phone. It's very dynamic and feature full, yet looks simple like stock launcher. Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
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    Best email app?

    Two new iOS popular email apps made debut on Android, Acompli and Boxer. I myself using Boxer Pro. Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
  13. *Ankit*

    Root Applications

    One of the best things about Android being Open Source is that you can root your phone which allows you to modify your Operating System very easily. I recently took plunge on rooting myself since my phone was not receiving any major Firmware update over Android 4.1.2 Jellybean. I rooted the phone, installed Xposed framework and BusyBox module. I used some popular root Applications like Greenify, Dynamic Notification, Tasker and few modules based on Xposed framework. Can you guys suggest me some other exciting root apps or Xposed modules compatible with Android 4.1.2 JB. Thank you. Sent from my GT-I8552 using Tapatalk
  14. Hello Evan, I have also opted for Google Chrome as my main browser as it is quite stable, fast, compresses Web pages and syncs with Google Chrome for PC, which also happens to be my preferred browser for PC. I also use Opera Mini which is very fast and light, for quick browsing.
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    Best email app?

    CloudMagic! It's the best email app for Android phones.
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