Tag Archives: Android Apps

How to Switch Between Custom and Stock Recoveries

Custom recoveries are quite handy when it comes to flashing non OEM signed packages to your device. However, every time you have to apply an OTA, you have to reinstall the stock recovery to do so. Which can be a big drag especially considering that you have to attach your phone to the computer and enter fastboot commands in order ...

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Review: SpinMe Alarm Clock – Wake up and Spin!

Waking up on time can be a bit of problem for most people and that’s exactly why alarm apps are very popular on the Play Store. Every app has something different to offer and tries to bring some new, crazy way to ensure that you’re not turning off the alarm in your sleep. While some of the ways such as ...

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Review: Sing! by Smule – Time for some Karaoke

Let’s face it, not many people can sing well but we all just love to try. That’s why the invention of karaoke was one of the best things that could have happened for normal people like us. That being said, not everyone has the courage to step onto a stage and sing in front of people, even if its karaoke. ...

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Review: GameBench – Get detailed gaming stats

With so many graphic boosting mods available for the Android now a days, it’s not really surprising that if you manage to try one or two of those methods out. Of course, following any method might help you out on paper but you can’t really be sure of how much of an improvement did you manage to acquire and how ...

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How to run Firefox OS apps on Android

While the Firefox browser may be quite amazing and popular among people who have to open a lot of webpages, their OS didn’t really see that much success and failed to live up to its expectation. Now, however things are changing slightly as the Firefox OS can be run on various Android devices (you can check our tutorial for running ...

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Review: Fonster – Change your ROMs font with ease

One of the best things about Android (as we have painstakingly made it obvious again and again) is the amount of customizability it offers. From custom ROMs to the ability to actually change everything that is in them, the Android OS really makes you feel like you have a unique phone by allowing you to express your creativity. Of course, ...

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Review: Lucid Browser – A minimalistic browser

If there is one category of apps that we have a lot of, it has to be the web browser one. With tons of browsers to go through, one really does wonder which one he or she should choose for their needs. While each browser offers something new, they sometimes do tend to go a bit crazy with the amount ...

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How to fix the SD Card app installation issue on KitKat

The new Android 4.4 or as it is commonly known as the KitKat update has brought quite a few new features to Android smartphones. While, most of those features are great, there are some features that not everyone is crazy about. One of such features is the limitation of the SD card freedom you once had. As you may very ...

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Review: Nokia Store – Alternative to the Play Store

While we eagerly await get our hands on the highly anticipated Nokia X, there are certain apps that interest us more. For those of you who are confused, we are of course referring to the many apps that Nokia has replaced so that to deny its users access to Google Services. These apps include Nokia Maps, Nokia Store and things ...

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