Logos are an important part of a brand’s identity. For some, their logos become synonymous to whom they are. Multinational corporations often spend billions of dollars in order to come up with their logos, market it and then protect it.
Coca-Cola, Marlboro, Levi’s and McDonald’s all have logos that people have come to recognize and love.
With Android continuing its stride as being the dominant operating systems now, you are probably familiar with the Android logo.
Maybe not too many people give it much thought, but it was not a Google geek that came up with the logo. Irina Blok, a former designer at Google, was the one who drew the logo.
The simple logo, a pictogram, is now very recognizable and is deeply associated with everything Android.
Twitter Launches Better App for Android Tablets
Twitter has come out with a better-looking app that would soon be available for Android Tablets. The app now allows you to draw on images before sharing them to your followers and it now has a multi-window view. The app also makes sure that you can practically do everything you want to do with your Twitter feed.
Owners of the new Galaxy Note 10.1 can already download the app. Other tablet owners would have to wait until the end of the year.
Cluster Debuts on Android
A popular photo-sharing app, Cluster, is now available to Android devices.
You can comment, share, and build your collection with Cluster. Cluster allows you to easily have your own digital photo albums. You just tap on New and then choose between Topic and Event, and then add the photos you want to include.
The advantage that Cluster has is that it makes it easier for you to select photos to add. You can add an entire album based on location or date.
It also allows you to collaborate with your friends. After you have your initial album, you can invite your friends to add their own photos.
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