Five Popup Apps To Have on Your Android Smartphone

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  • 05 Sep 2012
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  • Improved multitasking on our mobile device is all we hope for and expect as the software improvements are implemented through new versions and updates. It has recently become more popular to have apps that popup when you need them and you can drag them around just as you would on your desktop PC. Developer MKIISoft has some very interesting offerings in this regard.

    Popup_Browser

    MKIISoft has developed popup apps for the most used tools for improved multitasking. These implementations imitate the ones made by Samsung in its latest line-up of devices like the Galaxy S III or Note 10.1. The windows appear and stay on top of all other apps and you can drag and resize them according to your needs. The apps work on most Android versions, from Android 2.1 to Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and even Jelly Bean. The developer designed them to be light and fast while implementing some very useful features, with more still to come. Most are still in Beta but are already working very well. The apps list includes:

    Popup Browser (Beta):  “Do anything while you browse the web: play angry games, listen your favorite music, while your watching movies, flipboard your news or simple reading a book.”

    Popup Calc (Beta):  “Do anything while you are using Popup Calc: play angry games, listen your favorite music, while your watching movies, flipboard your news or simple reading a book, Dolphin the web.”

    Popup Stopwatch: “Do anything while your using this stopwatch: play angry games, listen your favorite music, while your watching movies, flipboard your news or simple reading a book.”

    Popup_Folder

    Popup Folder:  “Do anything while you save your apps in the popup folder: play angry games, listen your favorite music, while your watching movies, flipboard your news or simple reading a book.”

    Popup Calendar: “Do anything while your using this amazing Calendar: play angry games, listen your favorite music, while your watching movies, flipboard your news or simple reading a book.”

    The developer will also release future updates for all these apps to include app specific features plus:

    • Themes.
    • Styles.
    • Faster
    • Better.
    • Colors!

    All the popup apps are available for free on the Play Store.

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