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Best Android apps for poets and poetry lovers

by: GeneApril 20, 2012

“Yet if hope has flown away, in a night, or in a day. In a vision, or in none, is it therefore the less gone? All that we see or seem, is but a dream within a dream.”

Those were the resounding words of the great Edgar Allan Poe. Poetry is an art of words. Moreover, it is a spontaneous overflow of powerful emotions. From time immemorial, poets have captivated our hearts, fondled our imaginations, and have kept us going through hard times.

Today’s new generation of poets have adapted the best of what technology has to offer in their work. Whether it’s the latest Android smartphone or tablet, coupled with the best apps in Android’s infantry, [...]

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Gmail Attachment Download: Full control over where to save email attachments

by: Paul NuñalApril 19, 2012

One of the most common problems that many users have experienced in the past and even up to the present is the inability of the Gmail app to support different file formats and downloading attachments. While most people are happy with the way Gmail handles MS Word, MS Excel, and PDF files, not quite a few are too happy about the way it deals with ZIP files and other less popular formats such as 7Z (7-Zip).  The Gmail Android app doesn’t even  let you save attachments to a custom location on your phone, whether in the internal memory or external SD card.

Despite Gmail’s shortcomings, there is always a workaround, thanks to an application known as Gmail Attachment [...]

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Opera Mini 7: Smoother, faster, and improved browser for Android

by: Alvin YbañezApril 19, 2012

Your Android phone carries pre-installed applications called stock apps. Your phone carries a stock keyboard, a stock camera app, and a stock web browser. But, if your Android phone already has the required stock applications, why would most users prefer third-party applications on their phones? The answer is simple. Third-party apps offer more enhanced features compared to stock apps. One of the famous third-party apps for web browsing is the Opera Mini web browser.

The newest version of Opera Mini will let you enjoy a newer and faster browsing experience on the web. The updated browser features support for OpenGLES hardware acceleration, more RTL text support, [...]

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Temple Run gets Twitter update, hits 10 million downloads. What’s your score?

by: Bams SadewoApril 19, 2012

Temple Run, known as the running game that set Google Play ablaze, has hit the all-important 10 million downloads mark. This is an incredible feat for a game that’s only been available for less than a month on the Android platform.

To celebrate the milestone, Temple Run’s game developer, Imangi Studios, has decided to update the app by adding a new social media feature, as well as by fixing some bugs. Thanks to newly implemented Twitter integration, you can now flex your narcisstic top-score sharing tendencies easily amongst yourtwiends. As for the bugs, they have fixed a bug that makes it harder to get points, a bug that made the runner accelerate too fast, and a host [...]

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Best Android apps for foodies and food lovers

by: GeneApril 19, 2012

Do you love food? We do. But there’s a thin line between people who love to eat and those who love to prepare them. If you’re on the latter side, then you are a foodie. Foodie is an informal term specifically intended for aficionados of food and drinks. Foodies are always on the lookout for new recipes, restaurants, ingredients, nutritional values and just about anything related to food.

But, did you know that you can use your Android device to help you become the certified foodie that you want to be? There are lots of apps on Google Play that you can use to keep you well grounded in your passion for food. Hence, we present to you the best Android apps for foodies like [...]

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AfterFocus: Turning photos into DSLR-like shots

by: Paul NuñalApril 19, 2012

Technology continuously changes as the days go by, with smartphones becoming literally smarter and packing more powerful specs. With the phones available today, people have started turning away from digital and point-and-shoot cameras and have been making good use of the cameras on their phones.

It’s no wonder why apps like Instagram are so popular. Imagine being able to satisfy your shutterbug urges without having to lug around a heavy camera. But, if you thought that only Instagram was great at capturing life’s precious moments, think again. There’s a new photo-editing application in town and it certainly means business.

An application known as [...]

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Apex Launcher Pro (Beta) review – leader in home replacement apps [video]

by: ClaytonApril 19, 2012

Many of you out there packing the latest and freshest version of Android, version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, are aware that there are quite a few home launchers available to replace your aging stock launcher. Everything from ported Carrier UI launchers to custom themed versions of the Nova and Apex launchers have made their way onto the home screens of eager Android enthusiasts. It is often difficult sorting through all the options. With so many different features belonging to every launcher, it can take an eternity to finally decide upon a good home replacement launcher.

So, which one is the best?

For those of you who don’t wish to dabble into the world of custom [...]

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Best Android apps for cooks and kitchen use

by: JosineApril 19, 2012

Have you ever turned on the television and wished that you could be like Gordon Ramsey or Nigella Lawson and whip up a special meal for your loved ones? Have you ever turned the pages of a cookbook and sighed in longing, wondering when you are ever going to be able to make something as delicious and that looks as good? Or, if you’re like me, have you ever pretended that you’re on a food show while cooking and showed off your amazing cooking skills to an imaginary audience?

Worry no more. With these Android apps on your Android device, you will be able to find your way around the kitchen even if you are not blessed by the cooking fairy, and (hopefully) make [...]

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Jump Desktop app for controlling computers remotely via RDP or VNC

by: Ken EastApril 18, 2012

Have you heard of an app that lets you control your computer remotely? If you have not encountered such an app yet, it’s time that you know about it. There are already a lot of applications that let you perform the aforementioned function and there is one that is worth knowing. It’s called the Jump Desktop app. This app takes the experience to another level because it lets you control not only one computer but several computers from your mobile device.

About the App

Jump Desktop is developed by Phase Five Systems and it’s one of the most reliable application if you talk about controlling your computer remotely through the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) [...]

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Top 8 Best Free “Location-Aware” Android Apps

by: Matthew SabatiniApril 18, 2012

The incorporation of your location into applications has become extremely popular over the past year. Looking at the permissions you grant when you install an app, it seems as if every app in the market wants to know where you are. But don’t fret, these apps aren’t here to steal your identity or track you down and find you, they are built to help you.

Google was the first to bring location apps to the mobile platform. Furthermore, the technology has come along with contributions from tons of developers and even Google. wired


Layar is by far one of the coolest apps in the Google Play Store. Using Augmented Reality (AR) technology, [...]

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