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Best Android apps for getting things done

by: Alvin YbañezMay 31, 2012

Android users use their smartphones and tablets in a lot of different ways. Android devices can be used for entertainment and fun. You can use your device for playing games, watching movies, reading books, and much more.

Android devices can also be used for productivity. There is a plethora of apps from the Google Play Store can help you do things easily. More and more users are bringing their Android devices as they go out and face daily challenges. That’s why we compiled some of the best Android apps that will help you get things done, fast and easy.


We have a lot of devices that can help us do our tasks. We have our computers at home, [...]

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Best HDR camera apps for Android

by: Paul NuñalMay 30, 2012

Most Android smartphones these days feature a 5- to 12-megapixel camera, bundled into one neat package with advanced camera features. Compared to Apple’s iPhone, Android is opensource and allows users to tweak the basic camera settings to satisfy any user.

See Also: Best camera apps for Android

When it comes to HDR-quality photos, the secret lies in the software itself because it is the one responsible for making your shots crystal clear with HD characteristics. As we explore the Google Play Store, we’ve managed to stumble upon loads of apps that cater primarily to enhancing images. Here are some of the best apps that will turn your shots into HDR quality [...]

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Best apps for nerds, geeks, and the info-adventurous

by: Carl ParkerMay 30, 2012

If you want to learn more about the world around you, technology has been moving in your favor. Though you might have gained a bit of a reputation as a child, spending hours at the library and reading every book that struck your fancy, the Internet has been advancing in your direction.

Information is literally at your fingertips and your search for knowledge has laid everything out for you. If you ever wanted to know more about an obscure painter, or how something worked, you could just get on Google and run a search for it.

Thousands upon thousands of websites crop up right after, all for your consumption. Since technology’s recent developments have [...]

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Receive Android device’s notifications on your PC via free DesktopNotifier app

by: Bams SadewoMay 29, 2012

Among the sea of various rooting solutions, custom ROMs, and technical advices that are available on the website of mobile software development community XDA-developers, you can also find a gem of an app like this one right here: DeskNotifier. It’s a free app that connects your Android phones and tablets to your desktop — sending whatever notifications you receive on the device to your desktop screen. Quite neat, right?

You can use the app to receive notifications of calls, SMS, Viber, Astrid Tasks, Facebook, WhatsApp Messenger and a host of other third-party apps. While you can use it to send and reply text messages, unfortunately you can’t reply to Whatsapp [...]

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Best Android apps for awakening and unleashing your creativity

by: Alvin YbañezMay 29, 2012

Everyone has her or his own set of talents. Some may have received the gifts of dancing skills, while others may be skilled in mixing colors and creating art. Talents and skills make humans special and these can be naturally acquired or actively nurtured.

For those who have a creative mind and want to improve their skills and talents, we have compiled some apps to awaken and cultivate your creative growth. These apps will help you nurture your gifts and, at the same time, have a great time with your Android device. So, here are the apps.

SketchBook Mobile Express

Artists need something to visually represent their creative ideas. Artists use different [...]

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Samsung launches Music Hub with the S3, offers 100 GB cloud storage and unlimited streaming

by: AdrianMay 29, 2012

The Galaxy S2, Nexus, and Galaxy Note, all released during the last year or so, have made Samsung the absolute champion of the Android smartphone world, the company’s sales and profits reaching record heights lately.

However, if you thought that Sammy will rest on its laurels and not try to push the envelope even further, you thought dead wrong and the best proof is the S3’s unveiling and release. Aside from the hardware, which makes the new flagship probably the snappiest smartphone around, the S3 also proves that Samsung is trying to do everything better and to conquer other market niches as well.

The S-Voice voice command app and the S-Beam quick file [...]

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Unsigned S Voice app works once more on non-Samsung devices

by: Bams SadewoMay 28, 2012

Even though the official launch of Samsung Galaxy S3 is but a day away, those in the know have gotten to know the phone’s software quite well thanks to a certain leaked ROM, which has seen many — if not all — of its features becoming available to use on other phones. Ever since the devs at XDA shared the APK file for S Voice, we’ve seen Samsung trying to block the use of the app on non-Samsung Galaxy S3 devices, only for the devs to outsmart the Korean company.

The first attempt to restrict the unauthorized use of S Voice was easily thwarted by having the app signed. Now reports suggest that even the unsigned APK file of S Voice [...]

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Get discounted Android games through the “Because We May” promo

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 28, 2012

For many people, me included, one of the best ways to spend quality time with an Android device is to put it through a nice gaming session. Some of the titles that I really like to play on my Android tab include World of Goo and Osmos. But still, there are a bunch of games that I haven’t ever played, because I am trying to limit my spending on paid apps.

So it’s a good thing there are projects like the Humble Bundle or Because We May, which bring awesome games at extremely discounted rates! Because We May is a collaboration between different game developers, including 2D Boy, Vector Unit, Mobigame, and more, to bring their games to players on different platforms [...]

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PlayUp App Review: “Where Sports Get Social”

by: Matthew SabatiniMay 26, 2012

Are you a sports fan? Are you a sports fan that is addicted to social media? If so, then PlayUp is quite possibly the best app for you.

With access to 9 different sports and well over 28,000 live games you and your friends will never miss a game again. Basketball, football (soccer), hockey, cricket, baseball, AFL, Rugby League, football (American), and Rugby Union are all on PlayUp’s list of live sports at your disposal. So without further ado, let’s jump into PlayUp.

Design and Usability

At first glance, the app looks very nice and tidy. All the text is easy to read, but not in your face, and it’s easy to see which games are live at a given [...]

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Best Android apps for boosting mobile network and Wi-Fi signals

by: Ken EastMay 25, 2012

There’s nothing more frustrating than having a weak network signal or Wi-Fi connection, leaving you with a sluggish Internet connection or a hard time making calls or sending text messages. No matter how powerful your device is, you’re not going to enjoy it much without a decent Internet connection or a strong network signal to work with. There are Android apps to help you establish better Wi-Fi connection or to strengthen network signals. We’ve put together some of the best apps you can find on the Google Play Store for boosting mobile network and Wi-Fi signals.


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