Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS is the best Gmail alternative that features a dark mode. Seeing Microsoft become friendly with all platforms and services has been quite a change from how things used to be. Let’s take a quick look at Outlook Mobile and see why it’s currently my default mail app of choice.
Papago is an on-the-fly translation app for text, conversations, and signs. It’s available both on the web and for iOS/Android. Let’s take a look and see what makes it different than the other translation apps out there.
Cryptomator is an amazing piece of software for desktop and mobile operating systems. It’s the equivalent of bringing your own encryption to the cloud service of your choice. Whether you have Google Drive, Dropbox, Onedrive, or something else, all of these can be used with Cryptomator. Let’s take a look at how it works.
For those looking for fresh, new content to read in Japanese, I have just the app recommendation for you. It’s called Tangorin and it will make things oh so much easier for those wanting to improve their reading and expand their vocabulary. I’m a bit late in discovering this, but I wanted to share it in case there were people that didn’t know about this incredibly useful app.
I wanted to write about my experience switching from an iPhone to Android. It all started late last year in 2017 when my iPhone 6 was very slow and the battery wasn’t holding up for very long. I had been an iOS user since the original iPod Touch that came out the same year as the first iPhone in 2007.
Would I be able to successfully make the switch? Would I miss iOS? After having my current Android smartphone for over 4 months now, here are my two cents.
Yahoo Car Navi or Yahoo!カーナビ , is a wonderful navigation app for those that live in Japan. I never hear anyone talking about it and I thought people should know more about it. Yes, yes, I know what you’re thinking, “We have Google Maps, why would we need anything else?” Sit down, stay a while. 🙂
A while back Nintendo announced it was going to release an app called “Miitomo” for smartphones. It’s now been released in Japan, so I thought I would try it out and do a Miitomo review. This is Nintendo’s first original mobile app, not including whatever Pokemon apps they previously released. Let’s not waste any time and get right to it. On to the Miitomo review!