Leo found a cool feature of the Samsung Galaxy SIV which will adjust the sound of the phone to match the hearing of the user. It's called Adaptive Sound, and it will test your hearing (much like when the school did it when you were a kid) and use your responses to creative a custom sound profile for you.
Leo has found a nifty app called "Paper Karma", which uses your smartphone's camera to unsubscribe you from junk mail. Simply take a picture of the junk mail, and the app will then contact the company and unsubscribe you from getting any more content from them. Leo tried it and it actually works! And the best part is, it's free.
David is going to Google I/O for the first time and he's excited. He wants to know about the Samsung Galaxy SIV. Leo says it's pretty fast, and he got the international version which is more powerful and fully unlocked. However, because it's more powerful, he loses out on getting LTE. He also likes that the Galaxy SIV can exchange batteries.
Randy wants to be able to print via Bluetooth, but the new Windows Phone doesn't support that anymore. The software he uses only supports Windows Mobile 6.5.
Leo now has the Samsung Galaxy SIV, and one of the things that it has is a feature called "S Health," which aims to make the Galaxy SIV your "life companion." It'll automatically count steps, calories burned, and even your "comfort level." It really shows that smartphones are really the computers of the future as we get more mobile and wired. With their new ad, Samsung is really milking the generation gap, showing young kids using the Galaxy SIV's new feature, while the older, out of touch parents are using iPhones.
Rod has a Razr Maxx Android smartphone. He wants to know how to kill applications once he's done with them. Leo says that with the recent versions of Android, killing apps is no longer necessary. The OS will stop the app once he exits from it. Leo says that RAM management isn't really an issue for Android. If RAM starts to run low, Android will automatically kill the oldest process if it's running in the background.
Carlton has three Samsung Galaxy Notes and wants to know how he can get his music from iTunes to Android. Leo says he can do this with Doubletwist. He can not only sync, but sync over WiFi (with AirSync). He can also store all of his music in the cloud using either Google Music or the Amazon MP3 player.
Leo got the HTC One and it has some very interesting features. First, the camera is only 4MP. The thinking is that the majority post to social media, so they decided to use less megapixels and just make the pixels larger so that they handle low light better.
Leo got the HTC One this week and he says it's pretty amazing. Fantastic camera, stunning LCD screen. A 1.7 GHz quad core processor with 4.7" and a resolution of 1920x1080. However, the battery life doesn't last the day, and there's no removable battery either. In fact, Leo had to plug it in at 2pm. Although to be fair, he was using it heavily.
Yvette has a Blackberry Torch and wants to get a new phone. Leo says that the Blackberry Z10 is a nice upgrade, but it doesn't have a keyboard. Blackberry will be coming out with the Q10 soon, which does have a keyboard. If she can't wait, then Leo says the Z10 does a great job.