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PlayUp

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….

fastburst

Burst or Continuous Shooting mode is the digital camera’s ability to take several shots immediately one after another. Generally, this feature is only found on higher end cameras, such as a DSLR. However, with the help of Fast Burst Camera by Spritefish, burst shooting is available on Android 2.2+ devices….

Google Play vs Windows Marketplace

Apps, apps, and more apps! It takes more than just a fancy device sporting an incredible HD display, a great camera, and amazing processing capabilities to make a phone truly “smart”. Honestly, it’s all about the apps. An “app market” is a one-stop shop for getting games and other Internet…

android-4.0-ice-cream-sandwich-vs-android-2.3-gingerbread

September 23, 2008, Android 1.0, the first commercial version of Android is released. Just over 3 years later, October 19, 2011, after evolving from Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, and Honeycomb, not including Astro and Bender, Ice Cream Sandwich was announced. Along the way, Android put out loads of features and took…

Google-Play-Store-Vs-Apple-

Despite the cool designs and dazzling hardware of today’s hottest and most modern smartphones, many users would agree that apps make the phone. We all know what happened to the likes of Nokia, RIM, and HP simply because they didn’t manage to spur the creation of better app markets. All…

Best-Location-Aware-Apps-An

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…

Tap

Did you ever get the feeling that 26 keys is just way to much for your smartphone screen? Well, that’s exactly how Google feels. Today, on this fine April 1st, Google has released Gmail Tap. This intuitive application for Android and iOS will bring back Morse Code in place of…