Miracast: Everything to know about mirroring Android http://bit.ly/1be3XZF Miracast: Everything to know about mirroring Android
Acting like a wireless HDMI cable, Miracast mirrors your Android device onto your TV screen in high definition and with audio. Once Miracast is enabled, everything -- from the general interface, to apps and videos -- is duplicated on the big screen without the burden of a cable connecting the two devices.
Its differentiating quality? It doesn't rely on your home's Wi-Fi network. But it's not magic -- let's lift the hood to see how Miracast works.
TabPilot : Classroom Android Tablet Management System http://www.tabpilot.com/ TabPilot : Classroom Tablet Management System
TabPilot is a cloud-based management system that puts teachers in control of entire sets of classroom tablets. Teachers choose from thousands of apps available on the Android platform. Students see only the apps configured by their teacher and are locked out of system settings. Use our affordable tablets or select 3rd party tablets. Ideal for K-12, adult, or anywhere tablet lock-down is required, including testing environments.
The complete guide to using Android with a Mac http://bit.ly/10tkduK The complete guide to using Android with a Mac
For some reason it's a common belief that Android devices and Macs just don't get along.
This misconception may have been true back in Android's infancy, but nowadays there's a long list of methods, apps, and services that let you use your Android device with your Mac. It's impossible to cover every app and service available, but I'm going to share the best of the bunch.
Mirror Your Display : Android App http://bit.ly/12csSVD BBQScreen Mirrors Your Display On A Computer At 25FPS (Root Only)
The Google Play store app https://play.google.com/store The Google Play store app comes pre-installed on supported Android devices running Android OS version 2.2 (Froyo) and above.
You can find and open the Google Play Store app from your device’s app launcher.
Switching from iPhone to Android http://www.imedicalapps.com/2012/11/doctors-iphone-android/ A Doctors perspective of switching from iPhone to Android
I’m going to try and document my swap from the shiny things with apples on them to bigger shiny things with little robots on them. There’s a lot of stuff out there on people making the switch. Despite my best efforts to find it, there’s not a lot from a medical perspective.
From iOS to Android, and Living to Tell the Tale http://bit.ly/11LYSSV From iOS to Android, and Living to Tell the Tale
But the reason I switched to Android is that I genuinely believed that it was now at least on a par with Apple’s offering and was worth experiencing first hand. What’s more, it’s just the sort of thing you’d expect a diehard Apple fanboy to do!
Android Classrooms http://inclusion.hopetechschool.org/2011/09/android-classrooms/ Android Classrooms
At Hope Technology School we have been able to implement the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy tablets quite easily. We have found the youngest of our students seem to adapt the quickest, however we’ve run into a little trouble with kids inadvertently purchasing apps. Below are the solutions we’ve found so far… unfortunately, the problem is not yet solved.
Classroom Android Apps http://www.androidzoom.com/android_applications/classroom Classroom Android Apps
AndroidZoom.com is the place where Android users may discover and download the best Android apps for their devices. AndroidZoom provides an easily, accessible web layout to download Android apps as well as useful information, reviews and recommendations about it.
Android Apps and Blooms Revised Taxonomy http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html Android Apps and Blooms Taxonomy
Each of the images has clickable hotspots and includes suggestions for iPad, Google, Android, and Web 2.0 applications
to support each of the levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.
How To Install CyanogenMod On Your Android Device http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/install-cyanogenmod-android-device How To Install CyanogenMod On Your Android Device
A lot of people can agree that the Android operating system is pretty awesome.
Not only is it great to use, but it’s also free as in open source, so that it can be modified by anyone.
This is why custom ROMs, like CyanogenMod, can exist.
But how the heck can you install those ROMs onto your device?
Android 4 Schools http://android4schools.com/ Android 4 Schools
What this blog provides:
Reviews of apps (mostly free ones) that are appropriate for use in K-12 settings. And some suggestions about how those apps could be used by students, teachers, and school administrators.
Reviews of Android-powered tablets for use in K-12 schools.
Guide To Ins And Outs Of Android OS http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/download-droids-android-guide-2 Guide To Ins And Outs Of Android OS
Learn everything you need to learn about Android, for free! “These Are The Droids You’re Looking For: An Android Guide” by Matt Smith, is the latest free manual from MakeUseOf.com. Outlining the ins and outs of Android, this guide covers everything from basic usage to rooting your phone, and is a must-have if you use Google’s smartphone OS.
Classdroid – Teacher Android App http://mclear.co.uk/sites/classdroid/ Classdroid – Teacher Android App
Classdroid is an Android App for teachers that allows teachers to quickly take a picture of a students work, grade it and upload it to a pupils or class learning portfolio.
AppBrain http://www.appbrain.com/ AppBrain ...
-Discover the best Android apps via search, rankings and categories
-Easily install and manage your apps directly from the web browser and on the phone with our free Android app
-Install apps with one click from the web with the Fast Web Installer app.
-Share the apps installed on your phone with your friends
Android Apps http://www.androidapps.com/ Appolicious is the place to discover and share the latest and best Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad apps through social recommendations.
Find, share, and review apps in categories such as Games, Education, and Travel, or browse user-created lists of apps for anything from astronomy to football.