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Best speed booster apps for Android

by: Paul NuñalAugust 23, 2012

Having problems with a sluggish phone? Look no further because we’ve just got the right applications to tuneup and turbo charge your phone instantly. Android phones and tablets work under the same principle as desktop computers and notebooks that have a processor and RAM. And, just like any other electronic device, they also experience failures. You can experience problems like a full RAM or a slow processor. Luckily, there are tons of applications to help you speed up your phone. Here are some of the best speed booster apps for Android.

1Tap Cleaner

One of the best ways to boost your phone’s speed is by cleaning it of unnecessary clutter, and what better way [...]

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mysms – Text anywhere: Cross-platform SMS messaging service

by: Paul NuñalAugust 23, 2012

Apple’s iMessage is arguably one of the best messaging applications for iOS devices. Introduced in October of last year, iMessage has been the prime choice of many users. It’s known for being able to send and receive messages faster in a secure environment compared to other platforms. The iMessenger is so reliable that it has been chosen by many users for its simplicity and service.

The iMessenger is certainly a great application if you own a Mac, iPhone, iPod, or iPad, but what good is a service if it remains an Apple exclusive? For Android users out there, there’s an application that provides similar functions as iMessenger. Introducing mysms – Text [...]

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Panasonic’s Android remote for a smart home

by: Simon HillAugust 22, 2012
Have you been longing for the ability to remote control your refrigerator or your air conditioner from your Android phone? Panasonic has some good news for you.
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Sony reaches out to developer community, open sources its DASH sensor software

by: Andrew GrushAugust 22, 2012
Up until now, Sony's software environment for interfacing with hardware sensors has been kept under private control. The Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) is the work of many years of refining on Xperia devices, but now the company hopes to expand DASH even further by opening it up to developers everywhere.
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Slices for Twitter: Easily organizing tweets into slices

by: Carl ParkerAugust 22, 2012

Smartphone users are always on the lookout for a new app for their social networking needs. It is exciting to find a great app that could meet one’s expectations in integrating Twitter, Facebook, or other social networking accounts. There are a lot of social apps that promise to do just that, but not all of them are effective.

The process of finding an app you want is not that hard. You can find these apps through your friends’ recommendations, Google Play Store features, searching with keywords, or even from Android Authority’s app reviews. You’ll get a lot of search results, which make choosing the right app for you confusing. There are a lot [...]

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Major overhaul comes to Flickr for Android

by: Andrew GrushAugust 22, 2012
Let's face it, Flickr for Android has never been quite on the same level as its iOS counterpart. This is no fault of Android, simply a lack of real commitment to Android on Yahoo's part. Finally, things may be changing for the better. Today a new update of the Flickr app catapults the Android version ahead, bringing a UI overhaul that includes a new tabbar, improved ways to explore Flickr, editing metadata and a heck of a lot more.
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Are push notifications pushing your buttons?

by: Simon HillAugust 22, 2012
Do people care that they have a new follower? Do they need an alert every time someone responds to something they posted? Do they care that there’s new content available? Do they want to know about free trials? Do they want to be pestered for reviews? Are push notifications getting out of hand? How many of the notifications that app developers set up do you really want to receive?
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Perfectly Clear: Easy image correction for pros and amateurs

by: Carl ParkerAugust 22, 2012

Choosing the right camera app for your Android phone is tough. You have to go through different camera apps on the Google Play Store and if an app doesn’t live up to your expectations then you jump to the next one. Yes, we totally understand! We would like to find a camera app that is easy-to-use, is user-friendly, has a great user interface, and of course, has great features. One of the great features that a camera app should have is the ability to take great, clear, high-definition pictures. However, these apps would always depend on your phone’s camera.

There are fantastic camera apps on the Google Play Store, camera apps that can be used for any [...]

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Plants vs. Zombies getting a second installment

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 22, 2012
It's a thriller night once again for casual game lovers, as Popcap announces a sequel to the popular Plants vs. Zombies game. PopCap has confirmed it will release a sequel to the tower-defense genre that has appeared on various platforms like iOS, Android and PC.
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Get a simple Android interface with Big Launcher

by: Simon HillAugust 21, 2012
Forget about squinting at your phone, with the Big Launcher app for Android you can replace your home screen with an easy-to-read, easy-to-use interface that is clear and accessible.
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