Android Apps

Review: QuickDic – A great offline dictionary

Usually it is a matter of personal choice that which apps you want to install on your phone, however there are certain types of apps that can be used by almost everyone. One such category of such apps is the one that falls under the genre of dictionary apps. No matter how good your vocabulary is, you often need to ...

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Facebook for Android gets a little love from Developers

Just in case you missed it or haven’t really been using Facebook for Android or Facebook Home lately, let us be the supposed first people to tell you that a new Facebook app version is rolling out on the Play Store. Yes, apparently Facebook has finally decided to work on their app instead of some stupid smartphone idea and address ...

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Astrid shutting down; what are the alternatives?

Alright folks, it has finally been declared. Astrid is shutting down its services for all users starting from August 5, 2013. We all knew this day was coming ever since Yahoo acquired the famous task manager app back in May. Apparently, that is the fate of every small time app that gets purchased by a major player. In any case, ...

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Review: Watch ABC – Watch ABC shows on Android

I have seen many pointless apps on the Play Store during the time that I have owned an Android but every now and then there comes a potentially great app that thanks to its poor programming, turns out to be a piece of utter crap. One such app has just recently been released by ABC Digital named as “Watch ABC”. ...

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Skype 4.0 brings a whole new look for Skype

Ever since Microsoft acquired Skype back in 2011, we have seen a whole variety of changes in Skype that has made it one of the best and most used VoIP service providers in the world. It doesn’t really matter whether you are on PC, iOS or Android, the first app that you think of for your VoIP needs usually is ...

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Review: Boomerang for Android – Schedule your E-mails

Ever thought you could use a little more control of how you interact with people via e-mail while using Gmail? If yes, then probably you are not familiar with the services provided by Boomerang for Gmail on PC. Boomerang basically allows users to schedule their messages to be sent at a later time, boomerang them back to your inbox if ...

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Get Photosphere on Non Nexus Devices without rooting

For those of you who don’t know, the Google Play Editions of Galaxy S4 and HTC One are getting a spanking new stock camera app by Google which not only looks great but has a much better (not to mention stylish) UI. The app basically is the stock camera app of Android 4.3, which we talked about just a couple ...

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