We’re winding down this great year of innovations in the world of Android, which also means it’s time for a quick review of this year’s top posts.
- How to: Watch Flash Videos in Android 4.0 – Without Flash, some website videos are not playable on Android devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean
- You Ask, I Answer: MS Exchange and Android – Many lawyers connect their devices to MS Exchange servers, and here’s how to get Exchange on your device
- Chromecast: What It Can and cannot Do (Right Now) – Chromecast helps broadcast content from an Android device to your television
- Managing Multiple Email Accounts on Your Android Device – I synchronize 3 different email accounts on my Android devices, this post shows you how to get it done
- Google Keyboard versus SwiftKey – Two of the best keyboard apps to replace Android’s default keyboard
- Android App Review: Everything.Me Home (Beta) – Launchers are a great way to customize your device without too much geekery
- Working With Gmail – I love Gmail, which makes it easier to manage the mass of messages I receive everyday
- How to: Link Your Tablet to Your TV – I watch more movies from my Android device and this post gives you the methods to make television viewing possible
- Viewsonic gTablet Users Rejoice with Android 4.1 – I’ll occasionally charge my Viewsonic gTablet for The Droid Tots, and they’re now running Android 4.1
- RepliGo Reader versus ezPDF: Battle of the Android PDF Editors – I like ezPDF Reader when I edit and review PDF documents
- How to: Using Folders to Organize Your Android Home Screen Icons – Effective use of folders will make you more productive and enable you to access your apps more quickly
- How to: Open Files Directly from Dropbox in ezPDF Reader – The link between Dropbox and ezPDF Reader is a bit mirky, but useable
- Android App Review: Papyrus – This is a promising app for taking notes and recording information like you would on standard notebook
- Amazon Prime and Play Movies and Netflix and Chromecast equal a Match Made in Heaven – Aside from a grammatically incorrect, run on sentence, this post shows the benefits of using Amazon Prime, Play Movies, Netflix, and Chromecast to broadcast videos and movies, and to save money
- How to: Poor (or Cheap) Attorney’s Dragon Dictation with Android – With speech to text transcription in Android you can easily dictate messages through your Android device.
Hopefully, that list will give you 15 posts to review.