Android Apps

How Cerberus saved a stolen phone

Gather around boys and girls, I have an epic tale to tell. This particular story involves a couch bound detective whose beloved Android phone was stolen. But a nifty app called “Cerberus” saved the day. How? You may ask, read along to learn the exciting full story. It was a good day and all; Richard Kay aged 30 lost his ...

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Instagram asking users for photo IDs

Man what is up with Instagram these days, looks like it won’t stop until the users are completely pissed off at it. Previously we saw a user agreement fiasco and now Instagram is asking some users for photo confirmations. What can we say, when you have a giant like Facebook covering your back, you can do anything you want. The ...

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Review: LifeKraze – Get accepted by others!

Yes, before you start you can guess this is going to be a very biased review. I personally don’t see the uniqueness in the idea of getting your actions accepted by your peers or unknown people. Sure, it is human psychology to want acceptance in this society but honestly what’s the point? Are you that weak that you’re going to ...

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Best Android Keyboard App

Let’s face it, the stock Android keyboard kind of sucks. Most of us have at one time or another used a physical QWERTY keyboard, and were so used to the accuracy of it and being able to type lightning speed. Whether you like it or not, the physical keyboard days are over when it comes to phones, and it’s time ...

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Review: Poweramp, The Music of Android!

I always loved listening to music at its finest. Call me weird but I often found myself listening to every genre of music and often comparing different music players found based on the sound output they gave. That is why I often found myself complaining and whining about different MP3 players etc. as they often didn’t give the sound as ...

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Facebook on Android adds voice messages

Over the last couple of months Facebook has done a lot to take control of its Android offerings. The Facebook app on Google’s OS saw some major changes when Facebook decided to bring on its own native code for the app. Facebook ditched the HTML5 based code to make the app more responsive and fast. Too bad the app now ...

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Carbon Beta 2 released! Dropbox added in Features!

You know nothing pisses me off more than finding my memory card has been corrupted for some reason (although many times it is my own damn fault for trying stupid things in the first place but what the hell)! Apart from having to buy a new memory card, you often find yourself at a tough spot as all your applications ...

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Instagram – going down hill

Many people love taking “artistic” photos of their food and post them on social networks. Instagram has been their companion for a very long time. The app is fairly easy to use and quite intuitive when it comes to apply “professional grade” effects on boring photos. I’m not a huge fan of the app, mainly due to the fact that ...

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MX Player – one to rule them all

I love to have a plethora of content on my mobile device; this is a habit I picked back when I owned a PSP. Even though I have a PC and a TV, I prefer to watch a movie before going to bed on my Android tablet or smartphone. MX Player is the only player I trust to run all ...

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