Z launcher by Nokia

I love Nokia because my first phone was Nokia 6030 and it is still in working condition.
So when I saw an android launcher app created by Nokia, I decided to try it out.

There are 'n' number of launcher apps present in Google app store, This app is an addition to that huge list.

I liked Z launcher only because of its simplicity and minimalist approach.

Working of this app is pretty simple user needs to draw an English alphabet on screen and all apps starting from that letter appears on the screen.

Z launcher app made of three screens :

Create your first mobile app in zero budget

 

Its mobile world now, every small or big business houses are seriously thinking about mobile apps/websites.

In this blog, I will teach you how to create your free mobile app and no coding required.

For this, we will be using an app creator service call as Appypie. So head on to appypie.com

1. Create your account first, you can use Facebook connect for first time log-in.

2. After successful login, you will land on dashboard page which simple and full on information about every service.

 

Create free website with free domain in absolutely Zero budget.

 

You can create free website with free domain in absolutely Zero budget,

Yes, you heard me right and there are no hidden charges attached to this. If you would like to build simple website, may be cool single webpage then this solution will help you to setup your website with free domain.

As it is free so there is no one click solution for this, Some patience are needed for this recipe.

We will use : 

1. Freenom.com for free domain registration

2. Google sites for free website.

Pay it forward....

The expression "pay it forward" is used to describe the concept of asking that a good turn be repaid by having it done to others instead. In contract law, typically there are two parties but there is the concept of third party beneficiaries. Pay it forward merely applies this contract law concept so that third party beneficiary be a stranger to the creditor. More specifically, the creditor offers the debtor the option of "paying" the debt forward by lending it to a third person instead of paying it back to the original creditor. Debt and payments can be monetary or by good deeds.