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Studious: Perfect companion for school work and studies

by: Ken EastApril 22, 2012

Do you often forget about your homework? You are not alone. Most students nowadays are prone to this kind of problem, mainly because there are a lot of things that get them distracted rather than be more focused on doing their schoolwork. Your Android device is one of the culprit to this problem. Hours of playing games, watching videos, or listening to music is what you often do with your phone, but you can turn things around with the help of Studious. This is an app that will remind you about your homework and what’s even more impressive is that it can tell your phone what to do during class hours. Read on to learn more about Studious.

Studious is developed by [...]

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Root Call Blocker for avoiding unwanted calls and sending auto SMS to unwanted callers

by: Carl ParkerApril 22, 2012

UPDATE: Click here more info on how to block calls and numbers on Android phones.

In this day and age, contacting someone is as easy as one, two, three. Call, send an SMS, or even send an e-mail; there’s no shortage of ways to contact people. Though being easily contactable has its advantages, this is also means that people we’d really rather avoid have easy access to us. They can be telemarketers, prank callers, and even annoying relatives.

Sometimes we get calls from numbers we don’t even recognize and that can be especially annoying when we’re waiting for a call that matters. Sure, we can opt to hit the Ignore option but that also [...]

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Prox Pro: Controlling your Android phone without even touching it

by: Paul NuñalApril 21, 2012

Wouldn’t it be nice to control your phone by not touching it? The idea might sound farfetched, but there are already some mobile phone manufacturers jumping on that idea. Take for example the Sony Sola’s hover touch feature or Pantech’s gesture-based recognition handset that incorporates eyeSight technology.

In the past few years, smartphones have been evolving and they continue to evolve with every day. Many features are being implemented and, most especially, more sophisticated sensors are also being integrated into phones. From accelerometers to proximity sensors, these features are making our lives a whole lot easier.

But, don’t you know that you could also [...]

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Ovoto: Sharing photos and polling your Facebook and Twitter friends

by: Carl ParkerApril 21, 2012

If you’ve ever been caught in a dilemma, you’ll know that calling up a friend or a relative is the best way to resolve it. Instead of standing there, waffling over an item to purchase or an item to wear, it’s so much easier to ask someone for her or his opinion. But, if the person isn’t with you, how can he or she properly analyze your dilemma? You could send the person a picture of the item, but what if you wanted more than one friend’s opinion? For situations like that, there’s Ovoto.

Ovoto, developed by HayStaks, was first introduced on the iOS and has recently arrived on Android. It’s a free Android app that allows [...]

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InvisiBright: Automated brightness levels without touching your phone

by: Paul NuñalApril 21, 2012

With the development of touchscreen devices, using gestures to control certain functions on our Android smartphones has become second nature to us. One of the earliest uses of gesture can be found in many early devices that allowed users to control their car-racing game using their phone’s accelerometer.

The iPhone’s iconic lock screen gesture has garnered universal acclaim for its simplicity that allowed users to lock or unlock their device. At the same time, it also caused a lot of commotion in the patent department. Aside from iOS devices, Android devices also have their own clever tricks with their own gesture-based motion controls.  There is even an application [...]

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Forget about emulators, Sony will lend you a device to test your app

by: Bams SadewoApril 21, 2012

The old adage tells you that when life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. Things may not be that simple for budding Android developers who don’t have the resources to invest in several Android devices to ensure the compatibility of their apps. Sure, emulators are good, and the one included in the Android SDK recently got a major usability boost thanks to hardware acceleration. But emulators are not always enough.

For that times, you might want to have a look at Sony’s new device loaner program. As a way to give back to the Android developer community, and, of course, to ensure that more apps will work perfectly on its devices, Sony has created the Device [...]

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Infinite Painter: A comprehensive art and drawing tool

by: Ken EastApril 21, 2012

Lugging around sketchpads and tons of art materials used to be such a pain. Nowadays, art can be done digitally. With the convenience of art programs for computers, and the steady development of technology, it didn’t take long until being able to create pieces of art became possible from the convenience of a mobile device.

Whether you’re passing the time, trying to put an idea down on paper, or simply having fun, there’s an app that artists everywhere are sure to love. Artists, meet your new best friend that you can carry around on your Android device.

Infinite Painter, developed by Sean Brakefield, is an Android app designed to give you a more [...]

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HoneyGram: Browsing Instagram photos and making Instagram collages on Honeycomb or ICS

by: Ken EastApril 21, 2012

If you’ve ever browsed your social network news feeds, you’ll be familiar with Instagram. It’s the most popular image sharing service enjoyed by iOS users. Despite the exclusivity of this service, Android users now have a way to sneak a peek at the amazing pictures being shared through this service. Say hello to HoneyGram, an app with a multi-touch interface that allows you to browse and view images shared on Instagram. Read on to learn more about HoneyGram.

HoneyGram is an app developed by A Walking City, the same developer behind apps like Rev3Remote, Monkey Fill and Cloud Writer. This app basically functions as an Instagram image browser for [...]

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Cymera: Suitable replacement camera and photo editor in one

by: Paul NuñalApril 20, 2012

Photo enhancement applications are gaining popularity these days as Android smartphones are getting huge hardware boosts in terms of their camera. With Instagram already wooing the hearts of many Android users with its easy-to-use interface, Cymera is also making its debut with its own set of unique features. Cymera is the latest addition to the ever-growing photo editing and enhancement apps setting the Google Play Store on fire.

Cymera is basically one of the many camera replacement apps that makes any Android user become a professional photographer in an instant.  If you thought Instagram was great, wait until you get your hands on Cymera as it combines tons of new [...]

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Game PromoBox: Gamers’ best friend for finding the best and latest PC, Linux, and Mac games

by: Carl ParkerApril 20, 2012

If you’re an avid gamer, and you’re always on the lookout for new games to play, you’ll definitely appreciate a good deal. With the help of the Internet, deals aren’t all that hard to find. In fact, there are hundreds of websites that crop up when you do a Google search for a certain game.

But, having to sift through so many websites, all offering their own version of the best deals, you might waste more time browsing them than you could have spent purchasing and playing a game. For gamers who want to see all the best deals in the palm of their hand, there’s an app tailored specifically for your needs.

Developed by Ogma Labs, Game [...]

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