How to Text-To-Speech Your Phone/ Computer or Bagaimana Membuat Komputer dan Telepon Genggam bisa "Ngomong"
for Mac/ IoS (Andy Wolber / TechRepublic)
This is an example of bilingual post I try to write occassionally. English is normal, Indonesian is in italic. Not sure yet whether intermitten paragraph format is good or not though.
Artikel ini adalah salah satu usaha saya untuk menulis artikel dwibahasa. Bahasa Inggris diketik seperti ini. Bahasa Indonesia diketik seperti ini. Kurang tahu juga apakah menulis selang-selin begini bagus atau tidak.
My friend S requested a recommendation about audiobook reader for Android, that’s the basis of this post.
Saya dimintai rekomendasi oleh teman saya mengenai aplikasi untuk membaca audiobook di telepon genggam, dari situ, jadilah artikel.
This is also one time I try to make a video post, and I know why I’m not really into videomaking.
Ini artikel video pertama untuk blog ini, jadi tahu kenapa saya tidak terlalu suka dengan video.
Nowadays, the smartphone plays such an important role in our lives because it is practical in many areas. It improves efficiency for whatever I need it for. It is with me wherever I go. Out of all the functions my phone can do, being a calculator is one of the best!
I tutor science to students privately and I also teach Olympiad preparation in my high school, both of them need a lot of calculations that require calculators. The problem is that my students I teach don’t have a calculator. Weirdly enough however, they all have phones, Android phones to be exact, ah… these kids.
The normal calculator in your phone is okay for basic calculation. For complex math and physics however, a scientific calculator is a must. From all of the calculators available in the market, I definitely recommend Graphing Calculator by Mathlab. Since its size is only 1.39 MB, it doesn’t even take a minute to download.
Updated: 10 December 2018
I’ve been wanting to make an article about my go-to Android apps for a year already, I have a draft and everything other than hyperlinks, but after I lost it I don’t have enough motivation to start making it again (I’m still mourning).
Anyway, now I am ready to make one! My list of recommended Android apps for your smartphone. I’m not always connected, I don’t have a mean for a credit card, and my data subscription is limited, that’s for a starting note. Warning: a long list of apps ahead.
Have I told you how much I love Tasker? Anyway, being a non-paying user (I really want to buy it, I really am. If you are Indonesian and want to give a hand , just tell me…) , I can’ t edit my profile as much as I can, usually I just re-install it and write all the profiles back one by one in one week and then just stay with the current profile written before I want to write a new one or edit some, like those time after I install a life-changing app.
(update: I have bought it! Yassss for buying from prepaid balance!)
With that scheme, I can’ t built so much fancy, longwinded, or specialised profiles because I can’t just edit them anytime. Do look at my profile though, in case you want (also so that I have a backup for my next profile writing time. disturbs is a good time because last time Tasker just updating to its latest version, Tasker 4.0.