Everyday Android Apps 1.0

Are making the most of your Android device? With the right app you can enhance your user experience. And since there are currently over 800,000 Android applications (AppBrain.com) on the market there’s not shortage of software for you to utilize. Below is a  list of apps that have can be useful and I have installed on my own device (LG 3D).

Multicon WidgetMulticon Widget – You can swipe through seven screens on your Android phone to find you app OR you can reduce you screens to one or two by storing the same amount of icons on less screens. This FREE widget will allow you to have multiple (smaller) application icons or shortcuts in the space one normally takes up.  To use this app you first you load one of the Multicon widgets on your home screen then you click on the widget to add your applications or shortcuts. There are no fees and no ads while using this app. Download this app.

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Czech-ing Out Prague

Astronomical Clock and Gothic Tyn Cathedral in PraguePrague, the capital city of the Czech Republic is one of the most stunning cities I have visited so far. Architecturally Gothic with a dash of renaissance it is hard not to admire the buildings decorated in art nouveau and art deco. Prague offers a great mix of food, culture, architecture, relaxation and excitement. Go there once and you will love it. Go there twice and you may not want to leave. Three times a charm.

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Freudian Trip To Vienna

Schönbrunn Palace, ViennaVienna,  clean, orderly and efficient is the capital city of Austria and is home to about two million inhabitants.  I had the pleasure of exploring this city for four days. And like my trip to Venice there was not enough time to see it all.  Though I did make sure to eat their wiener schnitzel since going to Vienna and not eating their local cuisine is like going to an ice cream parlor and not having ice cream.

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City On Water, Venice

Venice Railto Bridge at Grand CanalAfter a relaxing cruise through the Adriatic Sea I was ready to explore Venice with its one hundred and seventy-seven Islands and one hundred and seventeen canals which are connected by four hundred bridges.  The days were hot but the sea cooled the air and at night you had to dress more warmly. Some people have said that you can see Venice in two days. However that is only if you are wandering around and not really going into any of the art galleries or museums. I had two days to tour this small floating-sinking northern Italian city.

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