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How stable is the third Android O developer preview?

by Jimmy Westenberg 20 hours ago27 comments

Where do you get your smartphone wallpapers? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 23 hours ago100 comments

Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 coming soon, but should you buy one?

by Robert Triggs 21 hours ago36 comments

The OnePlus 5 is now on sale: here’s how to buy one

by Scott Adam Gordon 1 day ago27 comments
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Android sensors, what are they and are they working? – Android customization

Having trouble with the sensors on your device, or just curious how they work, use this Android customization app to check in on your Android sensors. From the Gyroscope and Barometer ...
by Jonathan FeistAugust 4, 201610

Prisma app has some of the most impressive filters we have seen

Prisma can make your images look like paintings from some of the most renown artists of all time, including Picasso, Van Gogh, Levitan and more.
by Edgar CervantesJuly 9, 201622

Save or backup apps for offline install with ES File Explorer Pro – Android customization

Have an app you'd like to save for later, but you'll be offline? Use this Android customization to save APK files for offline installation.
by Jonathan FeistJuly 7, 201613

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

The latest Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about some awesome new games, Google changing the rules on subscriptions, Stitcher, and more!
by Joe HindyJune 12, 20165
 
 

The creator of Fenix has made a new RSS reader app called Quote

The maker of Fenix for Twitter has just released a new RSS reader app for Android called Quote that supports both Feedly and Inoreader feeds.
by Kris CarlonApril 11, 20167
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