Android Recyclerview for Installed Apps with Checkbox

One of the most common reasons that you would want to use the android recyclerview is if you want to show a list of some sort. In this example, let’s take a look at how you can use the android recyclerview to show a list of installed apps on your device. Within each item, we will also include a checkbox. Here’s what it will look like: Layout Let’s first take care of creating the layout files.

Play Runescape on Chromebook

Back in fourth grade, I used to spend hours playing Runescape. At the time, I thought it was the most exciting and adventurous game out there. However, it’s been about nine years since I have last played the game, so I am very behind on the latest additions and enhancements. In any case, if you are an active player, you will be happy to know that you can play this on your Chromebook.

Install Ubuntu 14.04 on Chromebook

I am always looking for different ways that I can extend the capability of my Chromebook. It’s not that I don’t like Chrome OS, but sometimes I need to launch a C compiler or run java apps when I am away from home. I might even get in the mood to play Minecraft during a long car ride. Luckily, there is an easy answer to all of this.