Android Apps

New Weather Channel App is Just What I Asked For

I’ve always used The Weather Channel’s app when I need to check the weather on my phone. The information is usually pretty good, but there was one major problem in the old version of the app, and it was that you can’t refresh any of the information. That basically means that if you are a weather geek like me and are ...

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New Android VoIP Service Coming and What it Takes to Build It

Even though movement of it has been relatively slow for the most part, I throughly believe that VoIP is the future once the internet allows for it. Here in the U.S it’s extremely difficult because a lot of homeowners suffer from slow internet and low bandwidth caps, making internet usage something they have to monitor heavily. Get this straightened out ...

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Review: Paper Camera – App to make your snaps fun

So there are a lot of camera apps right now available in the market that tends to give extra features to your smart phone and tablet devices. Many of you still question the need of that app, but for anyone who knows anything about photography the stock camera app is pretty crappy. If you do have your doubts, download a ...

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FYI: You Can Now Change Your Facebook Cover Via Android

A recent update to Facebook for Android now allows you to change your cover photo. It’s really simple, literally all you do is tap on your current cover photo, and then select change cover. Along with that, the latest version of Facebook for Android includes some minor updates and patches, including one that is supposed to fix a high API ...

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Review: Air Droid, your whole phone on PC

Wires, you hate them, I hate them but we have to rely on them a lot. Air, we love it and android, we love that too. So Air Droid is a wireless remote phone with a friendly user interface, which you are bound to love. There are many file transfer apps available on the Google Play store but none (so ...

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Review: WeatherBug Elite

Nature is a cruel mistress with it’s wrath often costing quite a trouble for us mere mortals. No, this isn’t some drama class but in fact it’s my idea of a classic build up for an app that many of you may find pretty useless. An app for checking the weather! Sure, many of you may have no need or ...

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Opera officially moves to WebKit

We reported last month that Opera is going to make a shift towards the open source WebKet engine for its browsers. Today we have official confirmation that the company is indeed going to make the shift, not only that the Opera Ice browser is also in the making. WebKit engine powers many internet browsers in today’s market, from Apple’s Safari ...

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Verizon tells which apps are evil

The good guys over at Verizon are trying to improve the customer experience. And also they are trying to be nice guys by telling you which apps are going to hurt your smartphone’s battery charge. Sure there is also a list of apps you “must” have for your newly acquired Android smartphone, but they are expanding the helpfulness and telling ...

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Carbon app for Twitter now available on PlayStore

Who doesn’t like using Twitter? I mean many of us tweet our daily lives like junkies on Twitter in vain hopes that somebody, somewhere would read them and could relate to them. As silly as our whole quest for recognition by this society sounds, it has and always will remain there. To help us in that quest, at least on ...

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