MedRemind is Out!
MedRemind is out for both iOS and Android.
If you are taking multiple medications, it is sometimes easy to forget which medication to take and at what time. MedRemind helps you take your medications on time.
- Intuitive and easy to use
- Reminds you on time, even when your phone is on standby.
- See a list of reminders of what medications are due and tick them off as you take them.
- Keep track of your prescriptions
- Keep track of your medication stocks
- Keep track of your medication intake history
Do check it out!
PSMonitor For Android is Out!
After what seemed like forever, Google has finally opened up Google Wallet Merchant registration for Google Play developers in additional countries, including the Philippines. This means PSMonitor for Android is now available at Google Play! Better late than never, I guess. Still, do check it out!
Have a Break, Have a KitKat
Google names the versions of Android after desserts. And just when everyone thought it’s gonna be Key Lime Pie (what’s that?), Google has announced that Android 4.4 will be named KitKat, that crunchy yummy chocolate bar. Much better :D
LG Optimus Black on CyanogenMod: A New Lease on Life
Leslie flashed a CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) nightly build on my LG Optimus Black (Thanks, Les!). HUGE improvement! I previously said “it’s a little bit laggy due to the low-end specs as well as all those virtual machinery and hardware abstraction layers”. Scrap that! The lagginess, it seems, was due to the Android version (Android 2.2 Frozen Yogurt and later Android 2.3 Gingerbread) and the LG Touch UI. With CM10, which was based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, everything was snappier. There’s a fair bit of instability (hangs mainly, this is a nightly build after all) but it’s quite usable. Looks like this phone can go on as test phone for another year. Maybe I could even use it as secondary/backup phone.