ANDROID MAY NAME IT’S NEXT VERSION AS NEYYAPPAM; ONLY IF YOU SUPPORT

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Android is always very crazy and creative while giving names to their major versions. Each major release is named in alphabetical order after a dessert or sugary treat; for example, version 1.5 “Cupcake” was followed by 1.6 “Donut” and last release was 6.0 “Marshmallow”.

For their next release, Android is searching for the names of a dessert or sugary treat which starts with N and you have got a chance to name it with our own “Neyyappam”. Navigate to the voting page by either clicking on the button below

VOTE FOR NEYYAPPAM

or visiting “https://www.android.com/intl/en_in/versions/name-n/” manually through a web browser, enter the name “NEYYAPPAM” as shown below and click submit.
neyyappam

Encourage others to vote for “Neyyappam” so that we can increase the chance of winning!! Post the below content on your Facebook wall and click share!!


You have got a chance to name the next version of Android #NameAndroidN. Visit "http://bit.ly/neyyappam" and #VoteforNeyyappam. #VoteNow !!

WHICH IS BEST AMONG GAANA AND SAAVN

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Everyone loves to listen music. But managing and syncing your tracks manually, is a pain. It’s very convenient for us to use apps like Gaana or Saavn to download and manage your tracks completely without any manual effort.

Both the apps comes in remarkable pricing packages. Frankly speaking, I have subscribed for the annual package for both the apps. The reason for me choosing both may also help you to get the answer for the question “Which is best among Gaana and Saavn”

So, here is why?

Each of these apps can accommodate up to 5 devices per subscription. So my mom and dad loves to hear songs from Malayalam movies while me and my sister go for English and Hindi and that too with the best audio quality.

Saavn has the very best collection of songs in almost all regional languages which are not available in Gaana. Even the songs from the famous Bollywood movies like “Race 2” aren’t listed in Gaana. The files are stored in the local app directory as .mp3 but trust me, I have tried almost all options to play it using external players and none has worked for me. Also, Saavn takes more space compared to Gaana when both had same list of tracks.

Gaana on the other hand has excellent sound quality. The way it stores the downloaded music tracks is extraordinary.But searching for tracks is pathetic. Some albums and tracks are not listed even though there is no valid reason for this. Download manager is pretty good when compared to Saavn.

So I bought Saavn for my parents while Gaana for me and my sister. I hope this post will help you as well to decide between Gaana and Saavn. Please let me know your thoughts or comments.