Continuing on the theme of sharing/comparing my setup and recommendations, I thought I’d put together a list of the main apps I use and why I think they are great. To start, here is my current home screen setup.
I’ve decided to limit my list of apps to the top 10 for now, so here they are.
Even though I’ve been an Android developer for a while now, believe it or not, I hadn’t yet had a chance to get into the formalized side of writing Unit tests or UI tests for the apps I’d been involved in.
Luckily for me, I think now is one of the best times to actually learn more about testing because historically Android has had poor support for testing in all its forms.
I’m sure most of us have had that sinking feeling when we’ve gone to check for our mobile and realised we’ve left it somewhere. As mobiles have becoming an increasing part of daily life, the need to keep then safe has obviously increased.
I usually always keep my phone close by or in a safe place but recently I left my phone in work and only realised it was gone when I’d got home.