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Mobile App’s, Cloud Storage & Mobile Cloud Computing By :- Nitin Pandey Dept. – Information & Technology
Contents Cam Scanner Cam Card Other App’s Cloud Computing Google Drive Cloud Storage Available
Cam Scanner CamScanner is a nifty app that allows your phone to act as a scanner. You can scan virtually any kind of document into it and then make a myriad of changes to it. You can add watermarks, fill out forms, and even fax the document (for a nominal fee). This is a great tool to have laying around. It’s not an every day app but when you need this app, it’ll be there to help out. It even comes with built in optimizations to make your documents legible and sharp when scanned in
Features of Cam Scanner Scan any Documents Manage your Documents Share Documents with Collaborators Sync Documents in Real-time
1. Scan any Documents With CamScanner, any documents you see in real world can be digitized and saved right away with your mobile phone. Just take a photo, and CamScanner take care of the rest. - Scan any kind of document in seconds, texts or graphics. - Scan multi-page documents - Batch scan documents - Auto-crop scanned photos - Smart-enhance the scan results - Several Enhance Modes available - Save scan results to system album - Create PDF files for scans - Customize PDF page size: 10 page size options (Letter, A4, B5 and etc.)
2. Manage your Documents Access, edit and manage documents anytime and anywhere as you need. Want to quickly find some docs? CamScanner enables quick search in seconds. - Add notes to any documents - Add tag to any document for easy search - Multiple viewing modes: list view & thumbnail view - Copy and move documents to other locations - Easily search for any document by OCR tech - Merge documents content - Set passwords for important documents - Backup and restore documents to/from SD card
3. Share Documents with Collaborators Easily share document scans in PDF or JPG to collaborators via email. Or you can save them in the cloud, fax and print out those documents. - Fax scans via network - Send PDF files via email - Print files wirelessly with Google Cloud Print - Upload files to cloud storages
4. Sync Documents in Real-time Conveniently browse through and view all your content on any device. Edits made on one device, it simultaneously syncs to all your others. - Sign up and get 200M free space to save documents - View, edit and manage documents on any of your devices - Get the most updated contents on all your devices - Fax balance can be used across multiple devices - Free upgrade to Full version for educational users
CamCard CamCard is the easiest & fastest way to enter, manage, store and share your business cards. Whether you are a salesman, small business owner, or marketing person, it helps you maintain your business network and grow from there.
Features a. Scan & read card information with phone camera b. Sync card data across smartphones, tablets and the web app c. Complete Profile to create e-card d. Share your card via QR code e. Complete Profile to create e-card
CamCard Features : Cut Card Clutter Use CamCard to quickly & accurately read business cards and save to your phone. No more need for keeping all the paper business cards. Exchange E-Cards When running out of paper cards, you can quickly exchange e-cards with contacts on spot via QR Code. Business Contacts Only Save all your business contacts here in CamCard and make a standalone Contacts from your personal one. Make calls, send messages and locate company address on map. Personal Profile Complete your profile with more personal or company info to create an e-card. When partners scan your card, they’ll see all the content you added. Organize Contacts on the Go With CamCard, you can easily search, sort and group your cards across your smartphone, tablet and computer (via CamCard website) Access from Anywhere CamCard syncs your card data across Smartphone's, tablets and the web app Recognize 16 languages (You can change recognition languages in the settings): English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian and Hungarian
Other useful app’s Manage archives: The powerful AndroZip File Manager works with archives, including 7ZIPhone, BZIP2, GZIPhone, RAR, TAR, and ZIPhone files. You can use it to create GZIP, TAR, or ZIPhone archives, too Use gestures to find files: Gesture Searchlets you quickly locate a contact, a bookmark, an app, or a music track by drawing letters and digits on your phone's touchscreen. Take a measurement: The Smart Measureapp, which uses your phone's camera, measures the height of objects and estimates the distance between your phone and the object. Google Keep CamScanner - Phone PDF Creator Google Drive Quickoffice Kingsoft Office + PDF – FREE Google Hangouts Google Play Newsstand Clean Master (Cleaner) – FREE Dropbox Evernote Android Device Manager SAP –AG
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Top 10 Storage Eaters NY Times -- Breaking News Tango Messenger Video & Calls Spotify Music Facebook Chrome Browser 9GAG Funny pics & videos Instagram LINE camera -- Selfie & Collage Vine Talking Angela
Top 10 Battery-Draining Game Apps Puzzle & Dragons (GungHo Online Entertainment) Hay Day (Supercell) Candy Crush Saga (King) Minecraft -- Pocket Edition (Mojang) Cookie Jam (SGN) Pet Rescue Saga (King) Clash of Clans (Supercell) Bubble Witch 2 Saga (King) Farm Heroes Saga (King) Angry Birds (Rovio Mobile)
What is Mobile Cloud Computing? Mobile cloud computing (MCC) at its simplest, refers to an infrastructure where both the data storage and data processing happen outside of the mobile device.(MCC) Mobile cloud applications move the computing power and data storage away from the mobile devices and into powerful and centralized computing platforms located in clouds, which are then accessed over the wireless connection based on a thin native client.
Why Mobile Cloud Computing? Mobile devices face many resource challenges (battery life, storage, bandwidth etc.) Cloud computing offers advantages to users by allowing them to use infrastructure, platforms and software by cloud providers at low cost and elastically in an on-demand fashion. Mobile cloud computing provides mobile users with data storage and processing services in clouds, obviating the need to have a powerful device configuration (e.g. CPU speed, memory capacity etc), as all resource-intensive computing can be performed in the cloud.
MCC Popularity According to a recent study by ABI Research, more than 240 million business will use cloud services through mobile devices by 2015. That traction will push the revenue of mobile cloud computing to $5.2 billion. Mobile cloud computing is a highly promising trend for the future of mobile computing.
Mobile devices are connected to the mobile networks via base stations that establish and control the connections and functional interfaces between the networks and mobile devices. Mobile users’ requests and information are transmitted to the central processors that are connected to servers providing mobile network services. The subscribers’ requests are delivered to a cloud through the Internet. In the cloud, cloud controllers process the requests to provide mobile users with the corresponding cloud services.
Advantages of MCC Extending battery lifetime: Computation offloading migrates large computations and complex processing from resource-limited devices (i.e., mobile devices) to resourceful machines (i.e., servers in clouds). Remote application execution can save energy significantly. Many mobile applications take advantages from task migration and remote processing.
Advantages of MCC Improving data storage capacity and processing power: MCC enables mobile users to store/access large data on the cloud. MCC helps reduce the running cost for computation intensive applications. Mobile applications are not constrained by storage capacity on the devices because their data now is stored on the cloud.
Advantages of MCC Improving reliability and availability: Keeping data and application in the clouds reduces the chance of lost on the mobile devices. MCC can be designed as a comprehensive data security model for both service providers and users: Protect copyrighted digital contents in clouds. Provide security services such as virus scanning, malicious code detection, authentication for mobile users. With data and services in the clouds, then are always(almost) available even when the users are moving.
Advantages of MCC Dynamic provisioning: Dynamic on-demand provisioning of resources on a fine-grained, self-service basis No need for advanced reservation Scalability: Mobile applications can be performed and scaled to meet the unpredictable user demands Service providers can easily add and expand a service
Advantages of MCC Multi-tenancy: Service providers can share the resources and costs to support a variety of applications and large no. of users. Ease of Integration: Multiple services from different providers can be integrated easily through the cloud and the Internet to meet the users’ demands.
MCC Applications Mobile Commerce: M-commerce allows business models for commerce using mobile devices. Examples: Mobile financial, mobile advertising, mobile shopping… M-commerce applications face various challenges (low bandwidth, high complexity of devices, security, …) Integrated with cloud can help address these issues Example: Combining 3G and cloud to increase data processing speed and security level.
MCC Applications Mobile Learning: M-learning combines e-learning and mobility Traditional m-learning has limitations on high cost of devices/network, low transmission rate, limited educational resources Cloud-based m-learning can solve these limitations Enhanced communication quality between students and teachers Help learners access remote learning resources A natural environment for collaborative learning
MCC Applications Mobile Healthcare: M-healthcare is to minimize the limitations of traditional medical treatment (eg. Small storage, security/privacy, medical errors, …) M-healthcare provides mobile users with convenient access to resources(eg. medical records) M-healthcare offers hospitals and healthcare organizations a variety of on-demand services on clouds Examples: Comprehensive health monitoring services Intelligent emergency management system Health-aware mobile devices (detect pulse-rate, blood pressure, level of alcohol etc) Pervasive access to healthcare information Pervasive lifestyle incentive management (to manage healthcare expenses)
MCC Applications Mobile Gaming: M-game is a high potential market generating revenues for service providers. Can completely offload game engine requiring large computing resource (e.g., graphic rendering) to the server in the cloud. Offloading can also save energy and increase game playing time (eg. MAUI allows fine-grained energy- aware offloading of mobile codes to a cloud) Rendering adaptation technique can dynamically adjust the game rendering parameters based on communication constraints and gamers’ demands
MCC Applications Assistive technologies: Pedestrian crossing guide for blind and visually-impaired Mobile currency reader for blind and visually impaired Lecture transcription for hearing impaired students Other applications: Sharing photos/videos Keyword-based, voice-based, tag-based searching Monitoring a house, smart home systems …
Google Drive Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by Google, released on April 24, 2012, which enables user cloud storage, file sharing and collaborative editing. Rumors about Google Drive began circulating as early as March 2006. Files shared publicly on Google Drive can be searched with web search engines. As of October 2014, Google Drive had 240 million monthly active users. Google Drive is the home of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, an office suite of productivity applications, that offer collaborative editing on documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, forms, and more.
Features C) Take Drive even further 1.Scan documents 2.Work offline 3.See old versions D) Built to work with Google 1.Save Gmail attachments 2.Powerful Search 3.Google+ Photos 4.Chromebook A) Your stuff, your way 1.15GB free 2.Keep any file 3.Share how you want 4.Safe & Secure B) Work smarter with apps 1.Docs, Sheets. Slide 2.Google Forms 3.Google Drawing 4.Other Apps
15GB free Your storage works with Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos, so you can keep files, save email attachments and back-up photos directly to Drive. You can also purchase a storage plan for even more space. Keep any file Photos, videos, presentations, PDFs – even Microsoft Office files. No matter what type of file it is, everything can be stored safely in Drive Share how you want Files in Drive are for your eyes only, until you decide to share them. You can quickly invite others to view, comment, and edit any file or folder you choose. Safe & Secure Every file in Drive stays safe no matter what happens to your smartphone, tablet or computer. Drive is encrypted using SSL, the same security protocol used on Gmail and other Google services.
Save Gmail attachments Hover over an attachment in Gmail and look for the Drive logo. Here, you can save any attachment to your Drive to organize and share them in a single, safe place Powerful Search Drive can recognize objects in your images and text in scanned documents. So you can search a word like “Eiffel Tower” and get text documents with that word, as well as images of the actual Eiffel Tower. Google+ Photos Store your photos in Drive and see them come to life with Google+ Photos. Get that expertly edited look without the effort, plus animations, movies, and more.. Chromebook Google Drive is built-in to Chromebooks, so your files and photos are automatically backed up. You'll get 100GB of free storage for two years with most new Chromebooks.
Docs, Sheets. Slide Create and collaborate with others. Share documents, build out spreadsheets and make a presentation on the fly with our Docs, Sheets and Slides apps. Google Forms Google Forms lets you run a survey or quickly create a team roster with a simple online form. Then check out the results, neatly organized in a spreadsheet. Google Drawing Lay out diagrams, create flow charts, and then easily add them to other documents or embed them on a website with Google Drawings. More Apps Edit your profile photo, do some landscaping, create a mind map and more. Over 100 Drive apps can help you do more with your stuff. Try them by installing one from the Drive collection in the Chrome Web Store.
Scan documents Scan all your paper documents with Drive for Android. Just snap a photo of documents like receipts, letters and statements – and Drive will store them instantly as PDFs. Work offline Make files available offline so you can view them when your phone or tablet loses service, like on a plane or in a building with a bad connection. See old versions You can look back as far as 30 days on most file types, making it easy to see who has made changes and go back to previous versions.
OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) Where it excels OneDrive works seamlessly with Windows devices because it's baked into the Windows operating systems running on PCs, tablets, and Windows Phone. It's easy to open and edit files from OneDrive in Microsoft's other applications, such as Word or the Photos app. Since OneDrive is closely tied with Office, it's a good choice for anyone who uses Office frequently. Where it falls flat If you don't have all Windows devices, OneDrive doesn't have as much appeal. There are apps for other devices, but it's clear that OneDrive is really meant for the Windows set.
Dropbox Where it falls flat In my experience, Dropbox's Web site design is one of the weakest of the cloud storage services. It's simple and clean, but you can't control the way your files are displayed. However, you do get many more sharing options on the Dropbox Web site, which almost makes up for the bare bones design.
Google Drive Where it excels Google Drive requires very little setup if you already have a Google account. What's more, if you use Gmail, it's easy to save attachments from your e-mail directly to Drive with just a few clicks. Where it falls flat While you can organize your files and photos in Google Drive, there's no way to automatically upload photos from your phone directly to the service. Instead, Google has an Auto Backup feature in the Google+ mobile apps, which sends your photos to your Google+ profile. I'd like for Google to create a central space where I can store and upload all of my files that combines the best of Google+'s photo editing features and Google Drive's document editing tools.
Box Where it falls flat While anyone can sign up for a free individual account on Box, the service's endless list of sharing and privacy features can be lost on someone who's just using the service for personal storage. Because of all those features, it can feel overwhelming to navigate the Box Web site if you're only trying to manage a few files and folders. Best for: Teams of employees working together on projects, and large companies that need a place to securely share documents with everyone.
Copy Where it excels Copy is a simple, fast, and solid cloud storage option. You get 15GB for free, and the paid plans are inexpensive. Where it falls flat There's hardly anything negative I can say about Copy, but I will say that, like Dropbox, Copy's website is its weakest point. It's just not as easy to navigate as the desktop and mobile apps. Best for: Anyone would wants an impressive alternative to the more mainstream cloud storage options.