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Installing the Android SDK is one of the basic tasks for anyone who wants to create their own application or make the most of their mobile capabilities. If you want to start in Android programming or want to change the ROM of your device, the first step is the one that we bring you today: how to download and configure the Android SDK.

If these programming issues push you back we must tell you that it is very simple. In fact, over the years Google has improved its services and today any user with minimal computer skills can now prepare your computer for the Android SDK. It does not matter if you have Windows, Mac OS or Linux, the method to install the SDK (Software Development Kit) is quite similar and will only change some locations where the files are saved.

Install Android Studio, the simplest method:

Android Studio was presented several years ago and it was a huge advantage for everyone when it came to programming on Android. This is the official development environment for Android created by Google itself and an improvement in accessibility level with respect to Eclipse, the most used service for programming in Java.


Android Studio has already exceeded version 3.0 in its fully stable version. Why did we name Android Studio if we were talking about the Android SDK? Basically because through Android Studio we can easily download the entire Android SDK.

The first step is to download the Android Studio version corresponding to our operating system:


Once the file is downloaded, we must install it on our computer. The complete configuration takes only a couple of minutes and a few clicks. The first step is to start the .DMG file on Mac, .exe on Windows or unzip the file on Linux under / usr / local /. The images in this tutorial have been made in Mac OS X, but the menus are equivalent in the rest of the operating systems.


In Mac, we will have to drag Android Studio inside the Applications folder and start the program. In Windows it is automatic and in Linux, you should go to the android-studio / bin/directory and run from the studio.s terminal. Once started, it asks us if we want to import previous configurations of Android Studio. If it's the first time you install it, we'll give it a go and start from scratch.

We must follow the steps that the application itself asks us to do. Next, next. It will inform us that we are installing Android Studio and then it will ask us directly to download the Android Emulator, the Android SDK, and several additional SDK components.

Option 2: directly download the Android SDK manager:

Once the files are downloaded, we will have everything ready for the next step. Before proceeding, we must take into account the Java requirements necessary to avoid problems. On Mac, it is recommended to be in Java 1.6 since the newer versions sometimes generate problems. In Windows we must configure the Java environment variable in the correct location: Start menu> Computer> System Properties> Advanced System Properties. Then Advanced> Environment Variables and add the path of your JDK folder as C: \ Program Files \ Java \ jdk1.8.0_77. to the java system variable.


As we see the method of Android Studio is the simplest. We recommend doing it through it to install the Android SDK, although it is not necessary since we can install it directly. To have the essential tools of the Android SDK will have to download the Android SDK Manager, save it in a specific location and then from Eclipse or the computer terminal itself we can start working with Android. If you do not want to install a full IDE like Android Studio, this option is cleaner.

Download the Android SDK packages through Android Studio:


We have already installed Android Studio and the Android SDK but this is not all. To take advantage of this software we need to install a series of tools, components and specialized packages to provide power to this programming environment. For this, we will have to download all these files but there is nothing to worry about since everything is done from the same menus.

The next step is to reopen Android Studio, click on configuration and there the SDK Manager. Then we will open a menu with many options, among them we must stay in the Android SDK tab.


Once here we must select the Android SDK Platform and the APIs of the Android version for which we want to program. For those who want to try the latest, we recommend you download the latest API available (in 2018 it is the API level 27). Once selected these versions and their files, we give OK.

When we install the Android SDK we should also select and download tools such as the Android SDK Tools, the Android SDK Platform-tools and the latest version of the Android SDK Build-tools, all of which are essential when we want to install ROMs and factory images like those of the Android preview.


In addition to this, we have several extra directories related to the Google APIs focused on the Android operating systems for accessories. We refer to Wear OS, Google Cast or Android TV. They also have their own APIs and are highly recommended.

Android Repository and Android Support are two very useful libraries that give us a large number of APIs compatible with most versions of Android and if we want to develop using Google Play Services we will have to download the Google Repository.


These recommendations are also extendable to the SDK Manager if we have opted not to install Android Studio. With the passage of time Android has more packages and APIs available, this facilitates the tasks when creating applications but for the initiates suddenly offers a huge amount of options that may end up confusing. It is something positive and every time we have separate packages so that the user only downloads what they need.


As a final step, once we have chosen the packages that we want to add to the Android SDK, we only need to download and install them. To do this you have to click on the blank box of each one and select them, then we give OK. Once here you will ask us to accept different licenses of use, then you will be able to download all the packages.

Once the loading process is finished, we will have everything ready to start creating Android applications or working with the factory images. And of course, if we want to add more packages at some point, we should only repeat the process.

What the Android SDK is for:

Installing the Android SDK allows us to mainly create applications for Android. From the simplest to any that our knowledge of programming allows us. The Android APIs make the task easier and Android Studio's own tool lets us download dozens of open source apps so we can see how everything works.

When we write an application we can see it live thanks to the Android Instant Run, a fast emulator that applies the changes without compiling the application. There is also a multitude of code templates, links to Github, tutorials and test frameworks. A huge amount of tools to get into the world of Android programming.


But beware, because having and dominating the Android SDK has more advantages. Several years ago it was used to be able to take screenshots of any Android device connected to the computer. Also to record the screen. To do this we have to have activated the USB Debugging options and from the terminal to execute the debug ddms application.

With the Android SDK, we also have access to the ADB and Fastboot tools, essential to control our Android from the computer. Here we leave some ADB commands very useful and that you can use thanks to the Android SDK these functions are included:
  • flash - Rewrites a partition with another binary image saved on the computer.
  • erase - Delete a specific partition.
  • pull - Take a file from the mobile and move it to the computer
  • reboot - Restart the device or return to the bootloader.30+
  • devices - Displays the list of devices connected to the computer.
  • format - Formats a specific partition.

Install ROMs and factory images:

Having the Android SDK installed is the first step to add ROMs, configure OTAs and install factory images to our Android. The SDK is the gateway to the world of ROMs, the updated versions, the Android O preview and, ultimately, everything that involves modifying the predefined software of the mobile and changing it for another. The SDK is also necessary to unlock the bootloader of our Android.
We hope that this little guide will encourage you to enter the world of Android Studio, ADB, fastboot and all the possibilities that are opened if we install the Android SDK on our computer.


The mobile camera is one of the most important components. In addition to taking pictures we can also record with her and for that reason today we bring you the best video applications for Android. A collection with which we hope you get the most out of this photographic use of the smartphone. We will see from slow-motion applications, video editors to add effects and the most fun applications to record with the mobile.

08 different video applications. Some of them are simpler and specialized, others are authentic editors with a multitude of options and some are very fun with which we will surely surprise our friends. We hope you discover one that catches your eye, install it on your device and get more out of a more complex use of the camera than taking pictures but also with many possibilities.

With the passage of time, the mobile cameras have taken a huge leap. In addition to more megapixels, we have optical and electronic stabilization, the ability to record video in 4K, perform time-lapses and record up to 960fps, in some phones like the latest Sony.

If this is not the case and you have a more humble mobile, there is no problem because with these applications we can convert a standard recorded video into one in slow motion, reducing its speed to our liking.

Top 8 Best Video Applications For Android || Slow Motion And Editors With Effects

1. Videoshop:

Videoshop is a video editor that allows us to add all kinds of effects. The one that interests us the most is the slow or ultra-fast camera. We chose the video from our gallery and we can edit it so that it seems several times slower or much faster. It is not exactly the same as if the camera had made that video natively, but the feeling is the same unless we lose quality.


Besides modifying the speed, we have the possibility of adding music, effects of animal sounds, explosions or laughter. Also, join several videos, add text, titles, trim change the colors of the video. An easy to use an editor that offers us the basic features that we look for in a video application for Android.

Android version: from 4.3
Developer: Appsolute Inc.
Download it on Google Play

2. Slow Motion Aspiration:

We went to a slow-motion application whose only function is precisely this one. We choose the video, we mark the speed from -16X to + 16X and we give it to save. If we configure it with negative values the video will be processed in slow motion, if we give higher values the video will fly by.


It does not have much more mystery but we must warn everyone that if the video initially took 1 minute, in slow motion it will logically take longer with the consequent increase in size. In a mobile with little space, you have to be careful.

Android version: from 4.1
Developer: Aspiration Solutions
Download it on Google Play

3. Slow motion effect:


Another simple application for recording videos in slow motion. It has also recently been updated by improving the algorithm and promising that the videos will look smoother on all phones. The Bizo Mobile application lets us record a video with sound and accelerate or slow it down. It does not have much more, but they give us some ideas to take advantage of it: an object falling, spitting water, running pets ... the rest of the ideas will have to be put on each one.

Developer: Bizo Mobile
Download it on Google Play

4. Inverted film:


From the same developer, we have inverted film. This time the effect that we can apply is not to slow down or accelerate, but to record and turn it around. When we press we will turn it around and we will get very funny effects like walking, drinking or throwing something. Another application that thanks to its simplicity and specialization have managed to convince many users who are just looking for this effect.

Developer: Bizo Mobile
Download it on Google Play

5. EnjoyMobi video editor:

We are facing a free video editor downloaded by millions of users. There is no time limit for videos that can be edited. We can add up to 10,000 different song types, edit the videos and share them, add emojis, cut and even record our voice and add it as if it were a dub.

EnjoyMobi is quite complete and its design invites the creation of videos. We can also control the speed as well as apply more than 30 different filters. One of the options with effects to take into account if we want to give a funny touch to our videos.

Developer: EnjoyMobi Video Editor Studio
Download it on Google Play

6. Quik:


GoPro brings us Quik, a video editor that works not only with your cameras but also with mobile phones. Choose the videos you want, add transitions, create clever cuts and choose from 23 different video styles.

Quik is an editor that tries to facilitate the edition by means of its own recommendations, it is not so much about cutting and increasing the speed but to apply predefined effects always with the quality of the GoPro equipment.

Android version: from 5.0
Developer: GoPro
Download it on Google Play

7. Vivavideo:


VivaVideo is the most downloaded video editing application on Google Play. We have a powerful video editor in which we can cut and combine clips, add texts, filters, transitions and of course modify the speed either slow or fast. All editing operations can also be previewed.

The application allows us to add music, 200 different special effects and nine funny lenses that modify the image and allow us to record in an exotic way. If you are looking for a powerful and professional editor but also with a pleasant touch, this is one of the most chosen options by users.

Android version: from 4.0.3
Developer: QuVideo Inc.
Download it on Google Play

8. Power Director:

Cyberlink brings us PowerDirector, a powerful video editor. We have drag and drop, cut, add effects, up to 60 types of transitions, add audio tracks and export our creations in FullHD and 4K, although in this case, we must go shopping within the application.


If you have an Android tablet, it is very possible that with PowerDirector you can create almost the majority of videos that you have in mind. Very thought for all those YouTubers who want an edition on the fly on Android.

Android version: from 4.3
Developer: CyberLink.com
Download it on Google Play


Do you know what the Android root is? What are the advantages and disadvantages of routing? Most of you have these questions in mind. Our regular readers ask these questions every day what is the Android root. So today I will tell you about it in the details. All of you will know that Android is a mobile operating system. Not only that, it is in the top of all the operating systems (OS) used in mobile. Why do you get to see an Android smartphone in the hands of everybody else?

An OS is a work to maintain between the user and the hardware of the device. When the user gives a command, he reaches the command hardware via OS and then gives the output an output to the user. You work on mobile or computer, in every device it works. So let's know today what is Android Root?

What is the android root:

When a company becomes a software, it additionally adds some limitations, so that it can not be used incorrectly. Android is a Linux based operating system. If you have ever used Linux, then you must know that this is an open source OS and most people use it for security and hacking.

You can do a lot of things in your Android smartphone too if it has been rooted. Root means root; This helps you reach the root of Android. You can not do all this without root in the Android phone. Why you do not have permission to access his system files

When you right-click on a software in the computer, you have the option of "Run as administrator". Just like when you root your mobile, you will be able to use your phone with an administrator power. You can also say that in the rooted Android smartphone you have the freedom to do anything. Why all the limitations of his roots are removed from the root.

How To Root Android Phone?

We can root our Android Phone in two ways. With the help of computer first and second without the help of computer It is very easy to root Android Phone without the help of a computer, and no one can do it. You can use KingRoot App for this.

First of all, you need to download Kingroot's official website and download the latest version of kingroot. If you have never downloaded an app from the internet before, you will have to change some setting in your phone so that the app can be easily installed. For this, you have to go to the setting of the phone and then click on security. After this, there is a need to go to the option of the unknown sources and allow it. After this, you can easily install any app. Install Kingroot on here.

After installing it will show you the status of "root access unavailable" and below it, you will see a button for "Get Low" which you have to click. This clicking will start rooting and stops at 97%. After this, you have to click on the continuation. This will cause the app to be purified system download. Once the download is completed, your phone will be completely rooted. After this, the status will look like "optimal state".

How To Check Android Phone Root?

These questions must have come to your mind that I have rooted my phone but how do we know how to check if your Android phone is root or not? The answer can be very easy. Because Google's PlayStore has an App called Root Checker, you can learn about the root status of your phone.

In it, if your phone is rooted, it will show you green color status and will write that Root access is properly installed. If your phone is not root, then it will show your red color status here and will type that Root access is not properly installed. This will let you know the root status of your Android Phone.

Benefits of Android Rooting:

There are lots of advantages of doing root That's why everyone wants to know about Android rooting. I have given some important points below, which will make it easier for you to understand what happens by phone root.

1 # Performance of your phone and Battery Life: If your mobile is rooted, then you can overclock it with the help of applications and hinder its performance. Also, underclock can increase its battery life. But you can not do these two together You have to choose one of these processes. Whether you want to balance between both, speed and battery can hinder both.

2 # You can install Incompatible Apps: Some older apps do not work in new Android versions. But with the help of root, you can also run them. Some apps are not able to run completely, but they go to some extent.

3 # System Apps can uninstall: Apps that come with your phone are called system apps. You can not uninstall these apps But in a rooted mobile, this is very different.

4 # You can run many Root Only Apps: There are some apps that do not run without root access. You can run them comfortably and can also increase the feature of your mobile.

5 # Customization can be done: With the help of Custom ROM, you can give your mobile a new look. Along with this, it will be able to change its icons, notification bar, color, font and many such elements.

6 # You can take Full Device Backup: There is an application named after Titanium Backup. Which will help you to backup all your data? If you have any problem with your mobile or you format the phone, then you will be able to do it again as old.

Demerits of Android Rooting:

Every coin has two aspects. Similarly, 2 results of every work are released. The Android root does not just hang out and does some damage. Let's know what all those are.

1 # Your phone may be bad: This means your phone may be completely defective. If your rooting technique does not work properly, then your phone and boot will not stop and stops in the Android logo. If you are not sure you should not try.

2 # Warranty destroys by rooting: Every phone comes with one year warranty. If you root it, then its warranty goes. But you do not need to scare If you unroot it, then the warranty gets settled again. Why the service center will never know that your phone was first rooted.

3 # is more Update Issue: With Root, you can never update your smartphone to the new Android version You have to unroot before, after that you will be able to update it. Sometimes the update does not work even after unroot. In this case, you have to format your phone. And after updating a problem is the first rooting procedure does not work in your mobile. Each new Android version comes with a new rooting procedure.

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Do you know what is a computer virus? The use of computers comes to all people and people who use computers must have heard the name of the virus. This name is a very familiar name in the Internet world. Along with it is a very scary name because it is very harmful to your computer and other electronic gadgets. That is, if it enters the system once, it can also degrade it and destroy your data.

Just like for our health, Virus is not right and they spread many diseases in our body, in the same way, this Virus also brings many troubles to the Computer System. Therefore, it is the benefit of all computer users to keep information about them. Many people will know something about Computer Virus, what they are and what they do. But there are many people who have heard the name of the virus but they will not know what virus can do on your computer. So today I am going to tell you about the virus and how to eliminate it in this article. Hopefully, you will find a lot to learn by reading these articles.

What is a computer virus:

Computer Virus is a small software program designed to delete or harm your computer's operation and to the computer's data. a computer virus can break the system without our knowledge in such a way that it is not ours to fix it. The computer runs from many software programs without any program computer cannot work. Software programs are designed to work properly and some program computers are also used to distort the work.

The computer was invented by the human being, the computer was designed to run the computer, and as I said, the virus is also a small program, it has also been created by humans. A computer virus is not natural, it is not created by itself, it also creates programmers knowingly, so that they can spoil other computers.

History of Computer Virus:

Robert Thomas, who was the first engineer to work in BBN Technologies, first developed computer virus in 1971. This first virus was named "Creeper" virus, and it was an experimental program that Thomas Ji himself had to do to infect ARPANET's mainframes. After infecting the Virus system, it used to display the following message on the screen, "I'm the creeper: Catch me if you can."

The original wild computer virus was first tracked in the history of the entire computer virus, which was "Elk Cloner." These Elk Cloner first infected Apple II operating systems, through floppy disks. This virus was developed by Richard Skrenta in 1982, which was a teenager at the time. Assuming computer viruses were designed according to prank, but it seems to know that if a malicious program is installed in the memory of a computer, then it can do a lot of work that will allow the user to run the system Can stop further and there will not be any control over their malicious program. .

The first person to name these Malicious Programs as "Computer Virus" was Fred Cohen, who named it in 1983. The name came to light when he titled these programs in his academic paper "Computer Viruses - Theory and Experiments" where he wrote full details about these malicious programs as for how it works, what is this And so on.

What can computer viruses do?

A computer virus can corrupt or delete data on the computer. You can complete the data stored on your hard disk completely. Computer viruses also go into other computers through e-mail attachments and make their computers vulnerable. The virus makes the speed of your computer very slow. This destroys your files and program.

What is Malware:

Malware's full name is malicious software This is also a software program that harms computers. Malicious software means bad software that is not quite right and once it comes to your system, it can completely degrade your system. The malware is also the name of a virus that slowly ends up in your system's data.

Where does Malware come from our computer? 

Malware can come from many places in our system, and what is the most commonly used today, the common source is the internet. We get some information every day on the internet. If we have downloaded any pirated software, games and movies, we have gone to any malicious site to obtain that information and malware comes online from our computer. This was how online malware came to our computer, now we know how offline malware comes in our computer.

We all use Pendrive, CDs, DVDs on our computers. When we connect to Pendrive and CDs from other places to get data, when we connect to our computer, malware comes to our computer from all these things and our computer Destroy the data.

Types of Malware:

There are three types of malware- Virus, Worms and Trojan horse. These three are different. Their work is also different. These three different ways to make your computer defective. Let us know about these three what they do.

What is Virus:

The virus can corrupt files and software on your computer. Suppose your system has a word document in which the virus has arrived, then it will delete your document's data or corrupt that document so that you will not get any information from it. Or it may happen that this virus can completely corrupt your word processing software. In such a way, if you copy or share a corrupted file, this virus also destroys its system by going to another computer.

Types of Computer Viruses:

A computer virus is a type of malware that can multiply on its own if it has entered the memory of a computer and can also change programs, applications. Here computers are infected when these malicious codes are automatically duplicated. Here you will be providing information about the types of these computer viruses to people.

Boot Sector Virus - This type of virus infects the master boot record and it is very difficult to get rid of them and often have to format the system to remove them. These are mainly spread by removable media.

Direct Action Virus - These are also called non-resident viruses, once it is installed, the computer remains hidden in memory. It remains attached to those specific types of files which they infect. These users do not infect the experience and system's performance.

Resident Virus - Direct action viruses, resident viruses are also installed in the computer. Apart from this, identifying them is equally funny.

Multipartite Virus - This type of virus can affect the system in multiple ways. Both of these boot sector and executable files are infected simultaneously.

Polymorphic Virus - Identifying these types of viruses is a very funny thing for a traditional anti-virus program because these viruses change their signature patterns frequently and whenever they replicate themselves.

Overwrite Virus - This type of virus deletes all the files that they infect. To remove these viruses from the system, the user has to delete all infected files, which causes data loss. Identifying these viruses is a very funny thing as they spread through emails.
Spacefiller Virus - These are also called "Cavity Viruses". This name has been given to it because it fills all the spaces in the code, so it does not cause the files to be damaged.

File infectors Virus:

Some file infector comes along with viruses program files, such as .com or .exe files. Some file infector viruses also infect files with .sys, .ovl, .prg, and .mnu. Just like when a particular program is loaded, the virus itself also gets loaded. These viruses come with the user's computers.

Macro viruses:

As the name suggests, these macro viruses mainly target macro language commands, such as in some applications such as Microsoft Word.
These macro viruses have been designed in such a way that they easily add their malicious code to genuine macro sequences.

Overwrite Viruses:

This virus has been designed so that it can overwrite itself and destroy any file or application data. Once this attack starts, it seems to overwrite the code itself.

Polymorphic Viruses:

This type of virus is used by more cybercriminals. This is a type of malware type which can easily change or mutate its underlying code and then and without any basic functions or features. It does not even come against this anti-malware. Whenever an anti-malware detects it, it modifies itself, which makes it very confusing.

Resident Viruses:

This virus implants itself in the memory of a computer. Basically, there is no need for the original virus program to infect any files or programs to infect. Even if you delete the original virus, a version of it is stored in memory. This happens when the computer OS loads some applications or functions. Since this is hidden in the system's RAM, it often does not detect any antivirus or antimalware.

Rootkit Viruses:

This rootkit virus is a type of malware type that secretly installs an illegal rootkit in the infected system. From this, it opens a door for attackers who give them full control over the system. With this, the attacker can easily modify or disable any program or function. These rootkit virus can easily bypass the antivirus software. Rootkit scanner is needed to capture them.

System or Boot-record Infectors Viruses:

These Boot-record Infectors infect the executable code, which is found in the specific system areas of the disk. As the name suggests, they infect more in USB thumb drives and DOS boot sector. These boot viruses do not get much to see anymore because the systems of the current do not depend much on physical storage media.

What is Worms:

Worms are similar to viruses but they multiply themselves and try to spread more and more. Which means that if your system has worms, then they start to create many copies of different files, which makes the system slow. If we copy the same files and share it with another computer then worms will also go there and slow down that computer by making too many copies of files.

What is Trojan Horse:

Trojan Horse is a very dangerous malware. This malware hides your identity on your computer. Let's assume that you are using the internet and if you have visited any site, you will see an addition like "click here to win smartphone" and if you click on it, then trojan horse malware will come in your computer And you will not even report it and your system will completely defective. They are also available on the Internet as a lot of software, you will find that they are genuine software, but in reality, it is a trojan that remains hidden within that software and once it comes to your computer, it is your computer Begin to slow down. Along with that, he will open a door, so that more types of viruses and worms come into your computer.

Signs of Virus Infection in the System:

How to know if your system is infected with Virus or not. That's why I'm going to talk about some of the warning signs below, which is very important for all computer users -

  • Having a slow system performance
  • Repeated pop-ups in screen
  • Programs running in the self
  • Files being automatically multiplying/duplicating
  • Install new files and programs automatically in the computer
  • Automatically delete files and corrupts files, folders or programs
  • Strange sound coming from the hard drive


If your system shows such warnings then you should know that your system may be infected by viruses. So soon download and scan a good bit of antivirus software.

How to Protect Your System from Viruses and Worms:

Here you are going to give some tips to people so that you will be able to avoid these viruses.

What should be done:


  1. Always install a good antivirus in your system and keep it updated from time to time.
  2. The Any email you do not know about its sender should not open it.
  3. Do not download anything from Unauthorized Websites like MP3, Movies, Software etc.
  4. Get a good scan of all downloaded things. Because there is more chance of having a virus.
  5. Removable media such as pen drive, use only after scanning the disks.
  6. If you visit any website, then you are aware of one thing that it is a popular and registered website and do not click on any link which will later cause you problems.

What should not:


  1. Never open an email attachment if you are not aware of that sender.
  2. Do not try to open any unsolicited executable files, documents, spreadsheets, without scanning.
  3. Do not install documents or executable software from untrusted websites.
  4. Click on the ads you are tempted to click here and if you win the lottery then never click on any such add-ons. Similar greeds come in e-mails too, so do not ever open that mail as it also has high chances of malware.


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The rise of mobile devices has proliferated applications designed for photography or that can be useful for lovers of this discipline. It is difficult to know what to choose and what the really useful apps for our smartphones and/or cameras can be. For this reason, we have made a selection of recommended utilities for photography that we will offer in several parts.

First of all, we are going to focus on the apps designed for the whole process that would take place before the shot itself and until the moment of shooting, either with the same phone or as support for our camera.

The first ones have usually been designed to allow a better control when photographing with the mobile, either offering us the control of the shutter speed and the diaphragm (that the mobiles do not usually provide), the option to record in RAW format or Other features. The second ones are designed to be a compliment that helps us in certain situations to know exactly where the sun is going to go or how to adjust the parameters of our camera when making a photo of a night sky.

We have intentionally left out of the list applications like AZ Camera, Camera FV-5, Manual Camera, Manual - RAW, PhotoRAW, Pro Cam 4, RAW by 500px, Obscura Camera, ProShot and ProCamera which are all tools that allow us to expand the possibilities of the cameras of our smartphones and all of which we already talked about in this other article about mobile apps to take advantage of the RAW files.

So we go with the list of mobile applications for terminals with Android OS and iOS designed for photographers and useful in the process of taking photos:

Black:


If you like black and white photography, you have a good ally in B & W Film Emulator, an application that allows you to emulate some of the most popular films among chemistry professionals, Agfa, Fuji, Kodak, Ilford ... In addition to making photos simulating these emulsions, also allows to retouch levels, curves and make vignettes, among other functions. It is available in an iOS version for free (and there is also a version for Windows Phone 8).

Camera +:


This app that promises to fall in love with our camera regardless of our knowledge, is designed to provide Apple devices with a large number of photographic functions. Regarding the taking of images, Camera + allows you to independently manage the manual controls of the camera (ISO, focal length, shutter speed ...) as well as some other functions such as using the flashlight as a continuous light of filling, a grid to help us compose or tactile approach and exposure.

In addition, it also offers photo management possibilities, a light table, simple but complete editing functions (according to its creators) and, of course, options to share the images. Available in iPhone version at a cost of 2.99 euros, there is also an iPad version with a price of 4.99 euros.

Camera Zoom FX:


It claims to be "the fastest camera for Android" thanks to offering a burst mode for terminals with the OS created by Google. Of course, Camera Zoom FX offers complete manual controls to make the mobile resemble an SLR camera: RAW shooting, ISO sensitivity, focus distance, exposure and shutter speed (only for phones with Lollipop). In addition, it also offers timer, silent mode, HDR and timelapse and possibilities to retouch the photos taken. Available in Android version only with a cost of 3.79 euros.

Cortex Camera:


The idea of this app is very simple: Combine several individual photographs taken in low light situations to create a single image of high quality and without noise. Cortex Camera does it in real time and in a transparent way for the user promising clear photos even if no tripod is used. In addition, it also allows you to take pictures with other features such as the silk effect. Until recently it was only available for iOS devices for 2.99 euros, but there is already an Android version and costs 3.09 euros.

GorillaCam:


Developed by Joby, the same as the famous Gorillapod tripod, the GorillaCam app is designed to be used with your mobile on a tripod since it is dedicated to facilitating the taking of photos thanks to the configurable self-timer, level bubble function, stabilizer of the image as well as a burst shooting mode. In addition, it also allows you to make stop-motion and time-lapse videos in a very simple way since the videos are created automatically directly in the app. Available in iOS version for free.

Halide Cam:


Another app designed to have a "premium camera" in the mobile but that seems different thanks to an exclusive touch control interface that promises to use "as intuitive and tactile as an old Leica or Pentax". Of course, Halide Cam allows you to control the focus (automatic or manual) and exposure, and offers features such as live histogram, a superimposed grid to facilitate framing and RAW capture. Available in an iOS version with a cost of 4.99 euros.

Long exposure calculator:


An application that is eminently simple but will be very useful for those who want to take long day exposure photographs using neutral density filters. Thus, Long Exposure Calculator helps determine the correct exposure time and speed in the camera indicating the type of filter used (supports filters of up to 20 steps). Available in iOS version for free.

Photopills:


An authentic off-road app designed for all types of photographers. Photopills is a kind of "personal photo assistant" that includes a multitude of tools to help plan shots offering data on the position of the sun and the moon, when the sun goes down, etc. To do this, it includes augmented reality functions and 2D maps to show you where the sun, the moon, and the Milky Way are going to be at the moment you want to take the photo so you can plan the shot.

It also promises to help calculate exposure times, hyperfocal distance, depth of field and has tools to facilitate taking timelapses. As if all this were not enough, you can also create lists of planned photos so that they do not happen to you, discover new locations and create a database of places you want to keep for the future. Available in Android and iOS versions with a cost of 9.99 and 10.99 euros (respectively).

Pocket Light Meter:


A mobile phone can hardly replace a photometer, but Pocket Light Meter can be useful for measuring light (reflected though, because to have a photometer that measures incident light you have to resort to solutions like this) and have a photometer always in the pocket to facilitate the correct exposure calculations for your photos. Available in Android and iOS versions, it has a cost of 0.59 euros in the mobile version with Google OS and is free for Apple terminals.

Sun Surveyor:


Similar to Photopills, this application is designed to predict the positions of the sun and the moon in order to be prepared when taking photos that include these stars. To do this, Sun Surveyor also uses augmented reality and other specific modules such as a 3D compass, camera view, moon phase calendar or map view, which allows you to see the positions of the Sun and the Moon superimposed on an interactive map with the Google Maps API. Available in Android and iOS versions with a cost of 8.49 and 9.99 euros (respectively).

The Photographer's Ephemeris:


Like the previous one, it is another app designed to plan the shots according to the position of the stars to make the most of natural light. The Photographer's Ephemeris boasts of having been created "for photographers by a photographer in 2009", and among its functions is a position calculator for the sun and the moon to be able to preview what light is like anywhere on Earth, both day and night at night. It also offers seven different types of maps (including two available offline) and a night mode with a three-dimensional representation of the Milky Way. Available in different versions (included for desktop), the version for Android and iOS have a cost of 3.09 and 8.99 euros (respectively).

And with this, we end up waiting, as always, for the article to be useful to you. Of course, we are aware that it is impossible to collect all the apps that exist so that, as on other occasions, we have to make use of that "not all of them are, but they are all of them". In any case, we thank you for your contribution in the comments if you consider it appropriate.


After several years of hearing about the possibility that Android and Chrome OS ended up converging, this morning we woke up with the news

Although it is still early to know if this new feature will also reach the Chrome browser so that we benefit from it all users, we can not forget that today we still have other alternatives available to use Android applications on our PC without Need for native compatibility in Chrome.

BlueStacks, possibly the most complete option:


BlueStacks is not only one of the most veteran applications with which to emulate Android on the PC, but also one of the most complete. That does not mean that all apps work perfectly, but we will not have problems in most of the most important. The version of Android that it uses is 4.4.2.

The application remembers a browser, with a left panel with some functions such as installing APK files, and with each application that opens in a new tab. Once we have introduced our Google account

MEmu, a rival to take into account:

Based on Android 4.2.2, MEmu is another alternative that focuses mainly on games, although that does not prevent


The application has a sidebar with the control buttons of Android and a few advanced options and stands out above all for allowing us to map our keyboard so that it simulates touches on the screen, and also the keys or a command to simulate the inclination of the device. By the way, that includes the Google Play Store so we can download all the applications that we want.

Andy OS, simplicity as a flag:


Andy OS is another of the classics that always appear when we talk about Android emulators. Based on version 4.2.2 of Google's mobile operating system, it stands out for offering a clean interface with almost no add-ons

They miss some options like installing applications directly from .apk files, but at least they have access to the Play Store to try to compensate. We can give you root access

Genymotion, emulating different devices:


Genymotion works on VirtualBox to help us emulate various Android devices It does not come with Google Play pre-installed, so we'll have to add it to us, but at least it allows you to install any APK

Nox, another good option focused on gaming:


We left the virtual machines to return to the emulators with Nox, which is based on Android 4.4.2 to offer another alternative that is also focused on games. That's why it includes options to use the keyboard to play or simulate mobile gestures. Come on, you'll use the Android gyroscope from the keyboard or control knob you set.

The interface is practically the same as MEmu, with a sidebar with several options to rotate the screen, end the processes or control Android, and with a Google Play Store pre-installed so that we can download the applications that we want.

Droid4x, your mobile as a control command:


With a much more modern interface than the other options, Droid4X It may seem at first glance that except the detail of control to this application lacks options, but nothing is further from reality. We can click on areas of the desktop to configure the keyboard key that simulates playing there, install APKs and download Apps from the Play Store. Another curious detail is that Droid4X offers a mobile app to use our smartphone as a control command.

KO Player, a newcomer who points out ways:


And we finish with KO Player, a new emulator also dedicated to gamers in which we will find the possibility to map the keys of the keyboard, create a shared folder to use the files of our PC or record our games to upload them later to the net. All this comes packaged in an interface faithful to Android, although with some modification in the placement of some shortcuts.

And speaking of Android, without reaching the modernity of Genymotion this emulator makes sure to surpass its competitors using version 4.4.4


Your mobile or tablet comes with a few pre-installed applications. Some of them are obligatory because the manufacturers that want to include Google services commit to including a series of applications, but others come from agreements with third parties or because they thought they would be useful.

The problem is that some of these pre-installed applications may not be of your interest, and you can not always uninstall them without further ado. When this happens, they are called bloatware, a term that in this case is used to name the pre-matched applications that make the system heavier, without contributing much.

What is bloatware?

In Android, we have inherited the term bloatware from the PC, although its meaning is slightly different. In PC, bloatware is called enormously heavy software (bloatware literally means bloated software), which could be preinstalled or not. It would be the typical case of the huge antivirus suite pre-installed on your PC, or other all-in-one solutions as was once Nero Multimedia Suite.

While in your new PC or laptop with Windows in an afternoon you could get rid of much of the bloatware by uninstalling applications, in Android, the solution is not so simple, because some applications are theoretically impossible to uninstall. Here is the biggest problem, because in Android it is very common to walk scarce of available space, especially in terminals of low and medium range.

How to delete these pre-installed applications:

So you have bought a new phone and it comes from the factory with a handful of applications that do not interest you in the least. Do not despair, there are several things you can do: some require root rights, others do not.

1. Uninstall normally:


Just because an application is pre-installed on your mobile or tablet does not mean it is impossible to uninstall. In some cases, fortunately, they have traditionally installed applications so you can uninstall them normally.

The easiest way to check if this is your case is to do a long press and see if you see the option to uninstall (if that is how it works in your launcher). If not, go to Settings - Applications, find the application in question and see if you have the Uninstall button on your information screen.

If the button is Uninstall instead of Deactivate, you can get rid of the application forever.

2. Disable / Force Stop:


For pre-installed applications that you can not uninstall normally (which, unfortunately, is the most common), your best weapon without entering the root territory is the disabling. A disabled application is still in the system, but you do not see it in the launcher, it does not open and it takes up less space.

A disabled application is still physically in the system and occupying some of the space available, but it is smaller because it is the size of the APK included in the system, not counting the subsequent updates and data, which in some cases can be several hundred megabytes. .

To disable an application go to Settings - Applications, find the application you want to deactivate and press the Deactivate button. This usually involves uninstalling the updates that have been installed later. Sometimes Android is bundled and, after uninstalling the updates you must press the button again.

Disabling applications is not the definitive way to get rid of bloatware but at least it is the simplest solution to obtain an acceptable result, without the need to root or anything out of the ordinary. In return, you will be able to stop those applications so they do not run, but you will recover less available space than uninstalling them completely.

3. Uninstall with root:

If you want to eliminate those pre-installed applications forever, I have good and bad news. The good news is that it is possible, and the bad news is that you need to have your phone rooted. Uninstalling applications is, in fact, one of the most interesting advantages of having root.

I can not guide you step by step on what method to use to root your device, although I'm sure that in the XDA forums you will be able to find the information. Generally, I would not recommend you to root your phone only to uninstall applications, although in the end it is you who must decide between the pros and cons of using root and if it is worth it. If you do not use Android Pay or other blocked apps on root phones, probably yes.

Once you have root access, finding an application to uninstall applications "by force" will not cost you much. There is a good amount of them. Root Uninstaller is one of the oldest and most popular, but the free version only allows you to uninstall three applications. A free option is System App Remover.

Android version: from 2.3
Developer: Jumobile
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Tools

One of the advantages of System App Remover is that you can mark several applications with a box and uninstall them all at once. Thus, it becomes a great ally to lighten a mobile weight quickly and kill all the bloatware in a stroke.


Try not to get excited by uninstalling more than the account, because you could go back to the unstable system if you delete a key application for the customization layer. With pre-installed apps that are on Google Play, you can usually be more careless because you can always easily reinstall them.

In case of doubt, it is better not to uninstall. A search in Google of "the application + name is necessary" sure will give you good results, and another interesting technique is to try to disable first to detect if there are unexpected closures or everything works normally.

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