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Elaborating about Tomboy Usage Ideas

Tomboy is a nice and usefull note taking app. It is well known among Linux users, since it often comes preinstalled with several Linux distributions. Nonetheless, it runs on Windows or Mac OSX, too, and thus has wide plattform support. … Continue reading

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Refreshing lists via drag/pull gesture in Android

From modern Android apps we know the ability to refresh list contents by pulling a list downwards so far until a refresh animation on the top of the list appears: Actually I found that tutorials how to implement this tend … Continue reading

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Mail encryption via PGP/MIME on Android

After heavily investigating PGP encryption on smartphones running Android, I want to share the most important of my findings. These are primarily related to PGP/MIME support for email encryption, since this is the only way to encrypt emails completely including … Continue reading

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