Koushik Dutta has released a new superuser access app called ClockworkMod Superuser. The app is open source which is something that Koush feels was missing for Android.
It makes perfect sense for the tech giant to move into the music streaming business, and, according to the Financial Times, that is precisely what Google is doing.
Google launches update for YouTube app for Android, which includes Google+ integration, TV controls on the notification bar and a few bug fixes.
Endings are usually accompanied by sadness, but there’s one kind of ending that provokes a smile — the weekend — not only because weekends signal the end of the work week but... also because it’s time for our weekly roundup of the week’s newest Android apps.
Of the hundreds of newly published apps on the Google Play Store this week, we picked 7 that we though...
Today’s app review takes a closer look at Die For Metal. It’s a difficult platformer game with a lot of ways to die. Oh, and there is a lot of metal.
Privacy concerned messaging app Snapchat received a new update yesterday, which adds the much anticipated ability to share video messages with your fiends.
The latest 4.0 update for CloudOn brings full support for Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files, as well as Cloud storage access through Dropbox, Google Drive and SkyDrive.
Samsung is doubling down on the integration of health and medical functionality into its mobile strategy, according to Daum.co.kr. The Korean site says that the Galaxy S4 will collect information about your health using optional accessories.
Today’s app review is a closer look at the game Clear Vision 2. It’s $.99 in the Google Play Store and it’s about being a contract killer. With a sniper.
Do you think your anti-malware app really does its job in protecting your mobile device? You may want to check out AV-TEST’s official detailed test report.