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MP3dit: Easy editor for ID3 metadata, tags, and album art of your MP3s and other music files

by: Carl ParkerJune 14, 2012

If you are the type of person who loves seeing things in order or in correct, uniform categories, then managing your music library is probably more of a pleasure than a task. Most people would just dump their music files on their phones, not taking into mind if the files are named and sorted properly. Just as long as the audio file plays, everything else is not necessary.

But, then again, not all of us are under the umbrella of “most people”. Some of us would still want to organize our music files even to the most minute detail. The only thing we need is an application that does just that, and probably more, without even touching the [...]

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Best Android apps for fathers and dads

by: Carl ParkerJune 14, 2012

We recently did a post about the best Android apps for mothers and moms, so now it’s dad’s time to shine. The father is often called the King of the House, but he’s more than just that. He’s also as involved as mothers are in the household chores, work, and taking care of the kids.

That’s why we’ve put together apps that can help dads manage the house, keep track of the kids, put together a special meal when it’s his turn of the week to cook, and keep updated with his favorite sports.

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When you’ve got kids, every waking hour of your day becomes dedicated to them. That means [...]

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Metal Sniffer: Leveraging your Android’s magnetic sensors to search for metal

by: Carl ParkerJune 14, 2012

With the surge of various applications developed for Android, almost anything and everything can be done using a smartphone. Smartphones today are not just utilized for calling, mailing, and other basic functions but are also capable of a few more uses that most of us haven’t even thought possible.

There are apps that showcase utility and entertainment at the same time, some are purely for fun, and some are mainly focused on function. Users download and purchase apps, thinking that these apps could come in handy in one or a number of occasions, or these apps could occupy their free time from work or school. Whatever the purpose is, apps are must-haves for Android [...]

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Adaptxt Keyboard for Android smartphones review and hands-on video

by: ClaytonJune 14, 2012

There are many replacement keyboard apps floating around the Play Store, but some simply don’t stand up to the acid test of daily use. While some of these keyboard apps are “smart” enough, they disappoint in the usability department. Others are intuitive and easy to use, but don’t add enough functionality to warrant a change from the stock keyboard on your device.

For app developers, it’s not easy to come up with an app that satisfies the needs of power users, without pushing away the more casual user base. It takes a lot of tweaking, usability testing, and listening to feedback, and as a result, many Android keyboard apps simply [...]

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Best Android apps for freehand drawing or doodling

by: Brigitte NovabosJune 14, 2012

If you’re like most people (and I bet you are), you instantly turn to your smartphone or tablet when you’re (1) bored while waiting for the bus, (2) trying to look busy to avoid small talk, or (3) pretending to be looking for something on your phone to avoid an awkward situation.

Whipping out your device and scribbling doodles on a sketchbook app may prove to be a great escape. Or, maybe you just really want to practice some brushstrokes and painting styles, intent on making a masterpiece that will give Michaelangelo a run for his money.

Whether it’s just curbing your boredom or actually trying to refine your artistic skills, you’ll find [...]

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iLockit Lock Screen: Intuitive and personalized security for your Android

by: Carl ParkerJune 13, 2012

Always make sure to protect your privacy. In this digital age, this means setting powerful passwords and carefully picking codes that should be impossible for other people to figure out. Unless you’ve memorized them by heart or you’ve written them down somewhere, we might have the tendency of forgetting complicated passwords.

Unfortunately, your phone wasn’t built to tolerate multiple failures to input the correct code and you might find yourself locked out. Today we’re introducing you to an alternative to unlocking your phone without having to memorize a series of letters or numbers.

Introducing iLockit Lock Screen. Developed by [...]

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Alarm Clock Ultra: A sure way to wake up on time and cook eggs to perfection

by: Carl ParkerJune 13, 2012

In ye olde days, alarm clocks hadn’t existed and people rose with the sun and, sometimes, to the sounds of chickens in their backyards. Over the years, people have shifted their sleeping patterns around to match the world around them.

With so much to do and the internet readily available, people started sleeping later and waking up later. And, for those who lived that lifestyle but still had a job to get to in the morning, waking up could be a daily struggle.

If you need an alarm clock to get you up and out of bed in the morning, we’ve got one for you.

Equipped with a slick UI, Alarm Clock Ultra gives you a variety of ways to rouse [...]

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SkyDrive Explorer: Android app for managing your SkyDrive files

by: Carl ParkerJune 13, 2012

It seems that everyone’s doing the cloudy thing. I’m talking about the recent trend in storing data, such as pictures, videos, songs, and what-have-you to cloud services such as Apple’s iCloud and Google’s own Google Drive.

Microsoft, not be left behind, also launched its own cloud service named SkyDrive. This means that people who want to safely stash their files in a place that they can access from any location now has a variety of options to choose from. Cloud users can literally access their files not just from their main computers but also them from their laptops, tablets, and their phones.

If you’ve got a Microsoft SkyDrive [...]

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Best Android apps for strength training and weight lifting

by: Paul NuñalJune 13, 2012

Staying fit and healthy couldn’t get any easier, thanks to Android applications leading the charge, helping many users achieve that perfectly sculpted body that they have always been wishing to own.

Achieving an amazing body has always been a tough challenge for many of us and hiring a professional workout trainer is just way too expensive. Luckily for us, getting physically fit will never be a problem, as there many applications that will help anyone achieve their goal in no time.

If you’re into working out with weights, strength training, or pumping iron at home or at the gym, here are some of the best fitness apps that will definitely burn that body fat [...]

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T4T brings full Twitter experience to Android tablets.

by: ClaytonJune 12, 2012

Using an Android tablet to browse social media can be very convenient, especially when you’d like to get a complete view of your feed. As nice as that sounds, sometimes developers don’t optimize their apps to take full advantage of all that sweet screen real estate. Pesky issue, but the developers of the T4T (Twitter for Tablet) app aim to bring you a full Twitter experience without the difficulty of navigating a mobile app.


The app utilizes the full screen of your tablet to provide scrolling timelines of Tweets. By swiping right and left, you can view all recent tweets from those you follow, as well as tweets of your own. You can quickly [...]

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