While at work, many people like to play music on their iPod or in some iPhone which is equipped with some music playing app. With easy tasks accomplished which you enjoyed while listening to the music, you want to focus on tricky tasks and do not want music to interrupt. Now you disturb your task by turning off music player.
Why do you need to waste time to turn off the music? Just follow a simple procedure to set a time and your music playing app would automatically stop playing music. Quiet similar to putting it to sleep mode the way you often go to sleep while listening to music and wake up to find that your app had been playing music all along, draining your iPod’s battery for no reason. Now you can make your app go to sleep at a time set by you.
A whole bunch of manufacturers are busy trying to create a killer tablet to be able to compete with the iPad. And for many of those manufacturers Google’s Android operating system is the way to go. The hopes are high, since Android already managed to take the leading market share in the smartphone market. A few years ago Apple’s iOS reigned supreme, but was forcefully dethroned by a never-ending series of competitive Android smartphones. But is the tablet business that comparable to the smartphone industry? And shouldn’t we compare it to a much older case, that isn’t that positive for other manufacturers but perhaps fits the bill way better?