Design Of the four Android makers, Sony has been the most consistent with its UI and that’s a good thing. From the very start, it has adopted a clean and no-frills approach to its design. Widgets are aplenty, but it doesn’t force its way onto the home screen. Rather, it’s very much like Google’s approach – making its Sony UI presence felt only when the user requires it to appear, like its music player.
Lifelog Much like its counterparts, Lifelog keeps your health in check by tracking steps, sleep cycles and time, plus food intake. It could even monitor the length of your game time on the Xperia smartphone, and collate images and videos taken through the day as a, well, life log. If anything, this is very much the quantification of your mobile lifestyle.
Small Apps Do not be deceived by its name, for these add-ons add a lot more functionality to Sony’s already impressive UI. Yes, it’s also a pop-up app. It doesn’t sound terribly exciting, but the potential is limitless. You don’t even need to switch out to a calculator app when you’re tallying the bill. Just tap on recent apps, followed by the calculator icon and you’ll have it floating on-screen.
Remote Play Of all the features, this is Sony’s strongest yet – the ability to remotely play PlayStation 4 games on Xperia smartphones. Link both devices to the same Wi-Fi network, and you’ll be running through Destiny raids on the Android smartphone. The caveat? You’ll need to pair a Dualshock 4 controller (which you should already have) to Sony’s Android smartphone. And, this unique feature is limited to the latest Z3 range and selected Z2 devices from earlier this year.
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