Linux User & Developer Issue
Linux User and Developer is the UK’s only magazine aimed solely at Linux professionals and IT decision makers. Every month, Linux User and Developer provides the best in tutorials, features, hardware reviews, information and inspiration to help GNU/Linux professionals expand their knowledge base and perform more effectively in the workplace. Written by experts in the field, the magazine also features informative interviews with leading figures from the GNU/Linux scene and high-profile companies that have built their businesses using Open Source software.
So, you’ve had your Android device for a while now. You’ve really gotten to know it, and it’s probably become indispensable to you. Are you getting the most out of it, though? This is a question that springs to everyone’s mind sooner or later, as they realise that the immense computing power they have is barely being touched, and that they’ve had the same apps on their home screens since day one. Perhaps a better question to ask would be this: what do you want your device to do for you? Would you like to bring all your favourite feeds together into an easily accessible interface, or check them from the lock screen? Do you want to stream music from your desktop iTunes library, or be able to throw your device’s videos onto a smart TV? Have you ever thought about having a go at making apps? Read on.