The free Android mobile operating system based on the Linux kernel has been called "Hiplogic" by many people familiar with smartphones. This mobile operating system also supports features such as Bluetooth, multimedia, image viewer, and access to the internet on the unit. The HipLogic software uses an open source platform to deliver its many features and capabilities. It allows a user to use applications from the Google Android market. Users can access the Android Market via a USB cable and browse through thousands of applications. In this article, we will discuss in detail how HipLogic operates and how it differs from other mobile operating systems.
*Spark: The HipLogic free Android smartphone has an application platform Hiplogic. The user can easily use the Android app to turn off/on the camera, microphone and speakers, play music, send text messages and make phone calls. As you can see, this smartphone is very different from other phones like HTC Desire or LG Optimus. Users can run a variety of applications from the Android Market. With so many features supported by this amazing application platform, the performance of this unit is good enough to use on any occasion.
* Android Home Screen: The Android home screen offers a smooth user experience with the ability to multitask quickly. Many companies have released applications that integrate with Android homescreen such as Google Now. With such an awesome functionality, we can expect a lot of innovation in the future. We can expect a lot of great new features and improved user interfaces to be launched in the coming months as companies continue to compete with each other in providing the most advanced technology available to their customers.