Build Your Own Mobile App for Free with Infinite Monkeys

Infinite Monkeys
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Building mobile applications need not be costly and can even be free, thanks to Infinite Monkeys’ app builder called The Machine. The self-service, drag-and-drop platform requires no coding, thus it is a great option for small businesses and independent personalities who do not have enough budget to keep up with the advertising efforts of popular brands in the market and yet would want to have a mobile presence.

10 HD Games on Android You Should Try

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Since the arrival of smartphones and tablets in the market, games have become more sophisticated to cater to the improving specs of devices to deliver uncompromised entertainment to users—hence, the rise of HD games. Here’s a list of some of the top HD games for Android users.

Smartphone Gaming Gets Physical with TheO

TheO by PhysicalApps
by 2 years ago

Now here’s a chance to play with your smartphone using a real ball, Wii-style, with Physical Apps’ latest development, TheO. Unveiled at the Toy Fair 2012 in New York, TheO is a smartphone accessory that is the size of a soccer-ball which allows users to play smartphone games physically.

Best Android Apps for Blogging and Video Blogging

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Android and bloggers go together well. With smartphones and tablets shaping how everyone interacts with the internet, it is not surprising that a number of blogging apps, as well as third-party clients, are now available in the Android Market. Some apps even support video blogging, which is an instant way to update your blog followers on what you have been doing. Here’s a rundown of some apps Android bloggers can play with. Tumblr (free) Supports video blogging Tumblr for Android basically delivers what the desktop Tumblr can do, except for the Tumblr Ask function. It also supports multiple blogs. WordPress (free) Great…

33% of Mobile Phone Users to Choose Device over Sex — TeleNav

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America is getting more gadget-obsessed by the minute. For some users, their phones are more valuable as companions than real-life partners. In yet another survey on mobile phone culture released last month, a third of the respondents revealed that they prefer having their cell phones rather than having sex for a week. TeleNav, a leader on wireless location-based services, surveyed 514 U.S. cellphone users of legal driving age (254 males and 260 females) on whether they would rather give up their phone or their needs/wants like chocolate, caffeine, exercise, among others. Apart from the 33% who chose mobile phones over…

Samsung Unveils Flexible Android Smartphone

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Think a flexible smartphone is just science fiction? You might have to think again, thanks to Samsung. The Korean company recently unveiled Galaxy Skin, an Android smartphone that can take on different shapes and take on even hammer blows, set to begin production in 2012 Q2 with murmurings of a release sometime thereafter. So aside from its flexible form, what specs can Galaxy Skin boastof? For starters, it will have a flexible 4″ AMOLED display (800×480) made of plastic polyimide substrate. Samsung already confirmed that they have started production of such screens. This form of AMOLED technology consumes less energy…

Top 5 Android Smartphones Challenging The Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S II
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Samsung Galaxy S2 (or S II) is arguably the best smartphone currently in the market. The Galaxy S II’s arrival in the US market has long been anticipated, following the record it set as the best-selling Samsung phone ever after selling 5 million units in Europe and Asia in just 85 days. The Galaxy S II boasts of bringing the next viewing, media, communication, entertainment, and business experience with its various specs, including a 4.3″ SUPER AMOLED Plus screen, HSPA+ 21 Mbps wireless capability, 8MP rear and 2MP front cameras with LED Flash, and dual core processor. However good the…

Top Alternative-to-Texting Android Apps

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The rise of smartphones marks the decline of SMS era. It’s a no-brainer that users will opt for the free apps offering free communication to other users across all operating systems and mobile carriers, rather than going for paid texting plans. Here’s a list of some of the best apps that definitely give SMS a run for its money. GroupMe Being Skype’s latest acquisition surely has its perks– GroupMe has been in demand. The app allows for group messaging, conference calling, and polling through an assigned unique group number, plus one can still send private messages to a user. Textfree…