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Proxy + Privacy Browser for Anonymous Surfing of Blocked Websites on Android

by: Paul NuñalMarch 26, 2012

The Web is a fun place to learn new information, socialize, interact, and play games to kill the time. However, there are certain Internet areas that are limited to access, or blocked by either a corporate firewall or banned country-wide.

An interesting Android app called Proxy + Privacy Browser, developed by Smartwebs Innovations, lets you access banned websites all in the comfort of your mobile smartphone. Virtually any site can be unblocked, including many social networking sites, web hosting services, blogging platforms, entertainment sites, and news channels, just to name a few.

Apart from giving you an all-access pass to your favorite sites, the [...]

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MIUI Music Player even for non-MIUI phones

by: Paul NuñalMarch 26, 2012

Android users who are familiar with the eye-popping visuals and slick performance of MIUI-based custom ROMs can attest that MIUI is, by far, one of the best custom ROMs out there for any Android device.

For those of you wishing to get a small slice of the MIUI craze, then were happy to tell you that the native MIUI Music Player has been ported as a stand-alone application that perfectly sits within any Android device.

XDA Developer members DaxIΠFIΠITY and Brainmaster, have joined forces to make the latest MIUI Music Player run on any device with Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) onboard. Designed specifically for ICS devices, the new MIUI Music [...]

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SMS Popup App: Reading SMS Without Leaving Currently Open Apps

by: Carl ParkerMarch 23, 2012

Don’t you just hate being in the middle of something and getting interrupted? You can be in the zone, playing your favorite game or watching a movie, when suddenly you get the notification that you’ve got a new message.

And, if it’s a message you’ve been waiting for, you’ll need to leave whatever app you’ve currently got open, to read the message and reply to it through your inbox. From there, it’s back to the app you had been on until the next message arrives. Rinse, repeat.

Thankfully, there’s SMS Popup, making the problem of interruption non-existent. SMS Popup allows you to quickly read and reply to SMS [...]

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Defense Zone HD for Android – tower defense game review

by: Danic FilipMarch 22, 2012

If you enjoy playing tower defense games like Defense of the Ancients, you’ll find great joy in Defense Zone HD, a newly launched Android game that provides many hours of action-packed gameplay. Like any tower defense game, Defense Zone puts you into the role of a master strategist that must decide what defenses to build and where to concentrate firepower. DZHD is powered by the popular Unity 3D game engine, so you can expect some good graphics and visual effects. You can buy it on the Google Play store or download the Lite version from the same source.

Defense Zone HD Plot

DZHD is built on the classic tower defense formula — you hold your ground against [...]

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Maxthon Android web browser: a solid and worthy alternative browser

by: Carl ParkerMarch 22, 2012

Whoever said that fast and efficient web browsing had to be limited to your computer? Though smartphones these days have been continuously getting smarter, a lot of people believe that the ultimate web browsing experience just cannot be found on mobile phones.

Maxthon Android Web Browser is here to debunk that theory. This browser claims itself to be the world’s “fastest and smartest Android browser” and looking at what features it packs, we’re pretty much convinced.

Maxthon Android Web Browser certainly packs functions that every web surfer absolutely must have. Tabbed browsing and lightning fast web surfing are just the tip of the [...]

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Quick review: Angry Birds Space, the best in the series

by: SamMarch 22, 2012

The Angry Birds are back, and so are their enemies, the green pigs! The birds have taken flight into outer space, but that still isn’t enough to avoid the pigs, who use spaceships to steal the Angry Bird’s eggs. You know the drill by now. It’s time to deal some payback, but with astrophysics!

I’ve been playing Angry Birds Space for about an hour now, and I am thoroughly impressed. In fact I think this is the best version of Angry Birds that Rovio has ever released.

What’s New?

As you’ll soon see if you give ABS a try, the physics of the game have been entirely done over. There are two types of “space”, best [...]

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Exfoliate for Facebook: Tool for pruning old Facebook posts on Android

by: Paul NuñalMarch 21, 2012

Facebook has become the social networking hub of many users these days and since its mainstream launch way back in 2006–2007, many users have already considered it a place to call online home. Today, Facebook hosts about 600 million active accounts ranging from mid-teen users to adults.

Throughout Facebook’s lifespan, the social networking site has made numerous changes and upgrades, the most notable of which is the Timeline feature.  Facebook has already captured the hearts of many of its users with its most memorable updates and photos. And, with the Timeline feature being implemented, many users have found themselves in awkward situations, as some of their past, [...]

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Reading Scribd documents on Android  with Scribd Reader app

by: Carl ParkerMarch 20, 2012

If you’re a student, a teacher, or just someone who loves to read, you’ve probably heard of Scribd, the popular online multi-format document sharing, social publishing website that lets you access documents and books.

The site carries a wide variety of topics covering health, music, politics, science, literature, and even more–practically packing everything you could ever want, Scribd makes researching for your school project or presentation a dream.

Scribd’s use isn’t limited to individuals in the school setting, however. Writers can also get their work out into the world through Scribd. If you’ve got a document you’d [...]

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Review: Window N90 FastTab Android 4.0 tablet

by: Ankit BanerjeeMarch 19, 2012


As more and more people realize that they want tablets but just can’t afford to shell out hundreds of dollars for one, consumers are turning to more economical solutions to fulfill their tablet lust. While the rest of the world drools in excitement over the next high-end product release from Apple, Samsung, or HTC, Chinese manufacturers are slowly but steadily releasing very impressive, yet cheap alternatives. We’ve just reviewed one such mid-range tablet that has recently become available on the market — the Window N90 FastTab Android 4.0 tablet.


The Window N90 (in Chinese YuanDao, not to be confused with Microsoft’s Windows) has [...]

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Unofficial VLC Media Player app: A taste of the consummate media player for Android

by: Ken EastMarch 19, 2012

There are numerous media formats. It’s a great thing if your media player supports all of those formats. But, most of the time it’s not the case, especially if you are using your Android device. You can convert (transcode) your files using a converter, but that would mean extra steps.  Besides, transcoding can affect the quality of the files.

That’s why it’s really cool to have VLC because it can read and play almost every existing media format. Now, it’s also already available for your Android device.  Aside from its famous read-all-format feature, there are also some new features added to this app just for you to enjoy it more in your [...]

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