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It’s been a relatively slow week for Android news, with the industry instead being dominated by news out of Apple’s WWDC and the various shows at E3 in LA. However, the Android camp did make announcements, albeit ones that stayed away from phones and tablets, instead coming in the form of Samsung’s camera-centric Galaxy device.
Let’s jump in and take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Android this mid-June week!
Last week we gave you some advice on how to keep your data, email, contacts and calendar perfectly synced between your Android phone or tablet and an iOS device. Although these are essential elements to synchronize between your devices, replicating media from your iPad or iPhone to your Android device — and vice-versa — can also prove very useful.
Indeed, whether you run out of battery, lose your phone or prefer to use a larger screen, you shouldn’t have to worry about manually transferring your content to every single device you have. To make this chore seamless and transparent for you, we’ve selected a handful of apps and tools that will automate the process.
These apps are not just ones that I found within the last week. These are apps that I’ve been using every day for months. Some are for the average user, some require a special demographic, but all in all they’re apps that I can’t do without.