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Considered Normal? gets its own mobile app

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Considered Normal? has finally got its own app. 2 actually. The first one (downloaded by scanning the QR Code to the left) was created with Conduit’s Mobile App builder and by far looks the best of all wysiwyg (read “what you see is what you get”) creators out there. Its makes versions available for iOS (iPhones), Android, and Windows Mobile. However the downside to the app is the free account only allows 25 installs, which is very limited. The interface for the app builder is very robust offering several plugins and options, the one I used was the RSS feed reader which allows me to stream my blog tot he app along with push notifications.…

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Rooting the Nexus

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Well I have been tempted to root my phone for a while and i found a cool application that allows you to video capture your screen, so i wanted to test it out, in order to do that you need to root your phone as the app uses some background process that require you to be root (those of you who know the Linux world, you know what root is, if you don;t root is a Super User, we call it a God account because you can do anything and everything to the OS with root access). Unfortunately, the app for the screen capture doesn’t work on the Galaxy Nexus due to buffering protection at a hardware level.…

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