kw708 : Android Essentials.

Dec 31

We close up 2013 AND season 7 of the podcast with out Android Essentials list for 2013. Whether you have an Android Smartphone, Tablet or Mediasystem, this is the list you can’t afford to miss. Check out our selection of cross-platform friendly Android apps and enjoy some cool photography tips from Konrad Dwojak in the feedback section. Packed to the rafters its KW708.


  • Show : Curating the library of your mind.
  • Application list
    • Google Calendar
    • Evernote
    • Pomodoro
    • Chrome
    • Pocket
    • Feedly
    • Tweetcaster
    • Google+
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • If this then that (Service)
    • Facebook Messenger
    • Androirc
    • Voxer
    • Google Hangouts
    • Skype (not mentioned in the podcast)
    • Runkeeper
    • Weather Apps
    • IMDB app
    • Wikipedia App
    • Shazaam
    • Tripadvisor
    • Svoice
    • Google Now ( List of Google Now commands )
    • Connectbot
    • ES File explorer
    • Dropbox
    • Teamviewer
    • Google Drive
    • Aldiko
    • Pocket
    • Archos video player (and Codec Pack)
    • Vlc
    • Tunesync
    • Stitcher
    • Swiftkey
    • Xbmc
    • Plex
    • Sonos
  • Photo tips from Konrad.

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Keep track of all your passwords on your Android phone with Keepass2android.

Dec 04

Keeping track of all your logins and passwords for the hundreds of sites and services you are registered with is something that is a terrible hassle. For convenience sake we use the same logins (and even passwords) on different services and constantly need to request ‘resets’ and ‘reminders’ when we forget the password to our “One Direction” fanpage. So instead of getting Rainman as a permanent sidekick to help us remember all our passwords and logins , why not use an app for that ? 


There are plenty of password management applications out there, but because you are a “slider” and go from operating system to operating system, having your password management software available “everywhere” is a MUST. Our favorite app that lives both on Windows, Linux and the Mac is KeepassX. A free application that lets you organise and keep track of all the logins and passwords you have AND can generate supercool “random” passwords that are very very hard to crack.

The password database that KeepassX uses is “locked” with a master password (for example abc123 ?) so nobody can open up your “black book” without your knowledge or permission. When you store the database on a network share (or in the cloud via Dropbox or Bittorrent Sync) you can access it from different machines on different locations… So how about from your mobile ? 

Enter Keepass2android : A keepassX client for your android mobile phone. The interface is “mobile friendly” and in combination with Dropbox or another cloud service like Skydrive or whatever. Store the database somewhere where you can reach it, open it up with the keepass2android client and you will never have to write down a password on the inside of your shoe .. ever again.

But beware : The ‘master password’ of your database file is your achilles heel. If you lose your phone and have an offline copy of that database on your phone … all that stands between the “evil one” and ALL your passwords is that one master password. So make it a pass-phrase. We have some examples for you : 

“0MG1soLOVEjusTinBieBerRightNow!!!” “W3@llL1v31nAY3ll0w_SubM@r1n3” “supercalligragulasslyexpealidocious1049!!!_X” … And so on …

Keepass2android is free and is available in the Google Play store.


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