Master your to-do list

There are so many ways to stay organized. There are many ways to manage tasks. There are entire books and systems fabricated around managing your to-do lists.

I am constantly using my Android phone and accessing my Google account. For this reason I started using Google Tasks.

Having a lot going on is a common occurrence these days. Managing what you have to do is where you separate the men from the boys.

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Tips to save battery power on Android

Android Battery LifeOne major complaint with with many Android phone owners is the battery life. For what ever reason, a lot of power is required to operate the Android OS. The poor battery life continues to be a much talked about topic on various Android forums (XDA-Dev, Modaco and others).

The problem was very widespread until the release of Android 2.2 (Froyo). I personally noticed a great improvement in my battery with no change in the way I used my HTC Desire. Battery life is very dependent on how you use your Android phone. a good majority of the applications access the internet. Anytime you are connecting to the network, you are draining more battery than when you are using an app that doesn’t connect to the network.

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Remove unwanted words from the user dictionary

The hard parts of having a predictive text on system on your Android phone is, you will at some point save a word you do not want to use again. For some, this may not be a big deal. For me however, it is a real annoyance.

Below are the simple instructions to find and delete the words you do not want in your Android user dictionary. The steps listed below are for Android 2.1 Eclair and Android 2.2 Froyo. Continue reading