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InFoto: Quick and easy infographic about your shutterbug habits

by: Paul NuñalJune 22, 2012

Not all users are familiar with their phone’s hardware and specifications. Most of the time, users don’t bother to check them out or even take notice of the many things that their device can do. For tech junkies and hardware enthusiasts, however, knowing what your device is capable of and how you’re using your device is important. That’s where benchmarking comes in.

The Google Play Store is chock full of benchmarking applications that each serve a specific purpose. For those of you who really care about getting hardcore information, here’s an app that is designed to get information about your camera usage.

If you’re a photography enthusiast, [...]

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Sports Republic: Your one-stop sports news aggregator, magazine-style

by: Paul NuñalJune 22, 2012

Sports aficionados who just can’t get enough of their favorite sport will never have to worry again as Sports Republic is here to save their day. Sports Republic is one of the best sports news aggregators for Android devices. Specifically targeted for die-hard sports fans, this powerful application is rich in sports content that will surely complement anyone’s lust for real-time updates.

Sports Republic fetches all the latest content from acclaimed news providers namely AFP, F24, Associated Press, Bike Radar, and Sports Vibe, just to name a few. If you happen to dislike a particular news source, don’t you worry because you have the option to choose your [...]

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DjRun: Your personal DJ for matching music tempo and your body motion

by: Paul NuñalJune 22, 2012

There’s nothing better that running in the streets with intense music in the background to fire up your adrenaline. Pumping up energy with music during a miles run is a great way to boost your stamina and makes exercising more fun. Yet, though technology has made almost all our daily activities more entertaining, it isn’t perfect. In fact, one of the most common problems runners and sprinters face is having to manually switch music tracks. Can you imagine jogging up a hill while listening to soothing jazz? It isn’t quite the same level of epic you can get from other tracks.

If you’re one of the many users who use their smartphones to listen to music [...]

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Atari rehashes 80s Centipede classic arcade game, brings Centipede: Origins to Android

by: AdrianJune 22, 2012

Whether you’ve grown up playing the classic arcade games or you saw some of those games in movies and dreamt of being born a decade earlier, you are all probably familiar with Atari. The famous gaming developers didn’t have an easy time in adapting to the new age, but their most recent Android title doesn’t look half bad.

Centipede: Origins, recently unleashed in Google Play, is a rehashed version of the Centipede arcade game that made quite a fuss back in the ‘80s. With a fun and quirky storyline and decent visuals, Centipede: Origins might be worth your attention. And while it would have been nice for the game to have been made available for free, I’m sure that [...]

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Asphalt 7: Heat to hit Android on June 25, the official trailer looks sizzling hot (video)

by: AdrianJune 22, 2012

Asphalt 6: Adrenaline is considered by many the best mobile racing game in history, so it wasn’t an easy task for Gameloft to meet the expectations with the next iteration of the series.

By all means and purposes, Asphalt 7: Heat looks better than its predecessor (at least on paper), so we’re unbelievably excited to let you know that there are only four days left until the game will hit Google Play.

Already released in Apple’s App Store (boo!), Asphalt 7: Heat should be up and running for Android devices starting next Monday. The pricing hasn’t been officially confirmed just yet, but we have no reason to think that we will be (furthermore) discriminated, so it’s [...]

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Flipboard officially launches for Android, comes with Google+ and YouTube integration

by: LucianJune 22, 2012

Flipboard, like Instagram, held off for a very long time from coming to Android, and it was unfortunate, because Flipboard is one of the apps that people like most on iOS. At the same time, it’s one of the most popular newsreader apps out there, thanks to the innovative way it shows content from social networks and other sources.

Thanks to Samsung, Flipboard came exclusively with the Galaxy S3, although unofficially this exclusivity was short lived, thanks to a leaked APK file. After a short beta period, Flipboard developers have officially launched an Android app that is available in the Play Store for everyone.

Google made an offer to buy the [...]

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Alive Wallpaper: first Android app that offers high definition video wallpapers

by: Mike AndriciJune 22, 2012

Most Android fans know that Google’s OS is the only mobile OS that currently supports Live wallpapers, although on a personal level, I’m not exactly sure that a GIF-like background for your smartphone is worth all the hype that surrounds this particular feature. However, an exciting new app from UK developer Jack Hunter, plans to make live wallpapers a thing of the past. Hunter’s app will actually make your wallpaper come alive, hence the name of the app: Alive Wallpapers.

According to its developer, Alive Wallpaper is the first app that allows you to run video backgrounds behind your homescreen icons. While there have been other apps who imitated this [...]

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iPhone to Galaxy S3 switch made easy by Samsung with free Easy Phone Sync app

by: Chris SmithJune 22, 2012

Even though the U.S. launch has been fumbled by carriers and Samsung so far, the Galaxy S3 is rolling out in more and more markets as we speak and the South Korean Android maker is trying to make the most of its 2012 Android flagship handset.

Pocket-lint reports that Samsung is especially interested in accommodating the needs of current iPhone owners who may consider switching to Android, or more specifically, to a brand new Galaxy S3.

One of the obstacles smartphone fans can encounter when deciding to move from one mobile platform to another is the difficult process of accessing their digital content purchased on the old platform and [...]

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XP Mod Launcher makes Android look and work like Windows XP

by: LucianJune 22, 2012

What’s this? Windows XP on your Android device?

Well, not quite, it’s XP Mod Launcher. A team of developers called team.fluxion have taken upon themselves the very complex challenge of making Android look exactly like Windows XP. So, in effect, it’s a mod, or a more advanced launcher for your phone or tablet, that replicates the XP experience down to the smallest detail.

Users can go and explore through folders by using the appropriate (Android) apps. You can even copy, cut and paste stuff on it, much like you would in a real XP environment.  Of course, the XP mod for Android mostly concerns the interface, as the back-end stuff is still handled [...]

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Mindomo: Creating mind maps and organizing ideas easily

by: Paul NuñalJune 21, 2012

Brainstorming is a great way to exercise your brain cells, allowing you to generate some crazy ideas that you would never have imagined. If you feel that you have way too many ideas, you should try mind mapping. It may sound like a strange idea, but there’s an application that can definitely help you organize your thoughts.

Mindomo is an online mind mapping service for Android that lets users map out their ideas, create thoughts and even share their mind maps with colleagues or with the public to help other users accomplish their targeted goals as quickly as possible.

The app itself offers numerous mind mapping options that you can tinker with. Mindomo is [...]

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