I am always on the lookout for great video resources for the church – especially affordable resources – after all, this site focuses on small church technology. We’ve covered some of these resources here, here, and here, but I came across another resource worth sharing. Continue reading “New Worship Media’s $5/mo. Motion Background Subscription”
Since buying my Kindle Fire, I have been enjoying the many apps that I’ve downloaded. Of course, many apps are available on the Amazon App Store, but the selection is “curated” by Amazon, which means that some apps that I want are not available. The real rub is that there really is no compelling reason to keep many of these apps off the official market – I know because I’ve used these apps, but got them from other sources. Before rooting my Kindle Fire, I “sideloaded” apps using a USB cable I bought. The problem is finding app install packages (APK’s) from reliable sources. So, what’s the solution? Continue reading “Android Developers: Make Your APK’s Available For Direct Download”
We have a winner! Congratulations to @SethCaddell – you’ve won our giveaway of the Minisuit Stylus for touchscreens (randomly generated selection). If you did not win, don’t lose heart – the Minisuit Stylus is very affordable! Be sure to check out our review.
I though I’d follow-up on my previous post (The top 5 Amazon-approved apps on my Kindle Fire) with the top 5 apps that can’t be found in the Amazon Appstore, but are on my Kindle Fire, nonetheless. These apps were either “side-loaded” using a USB cable and ES File Browser, or they were “side-loaded” using the Android Market, and some require a jail-broken device. After the break, find my list of the top 5 “side-loaded” apps on my Kindle Fire, in no particular order. Continue reading “The Top 5 “Side-Loaded” Apps On My Kindle Fire Right Now”