Posts From Justin Marden

Justin Marden
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I've been an Android fanboy since day one, but I've never had a chance to truly express my voice and be a part of the Android Community. When AndroidGuys starting accepting applications for interns, I saw my opportunity. I joined the AndroidGuys team and haven't looked back!

Reviews

Sulia Quick Launch app review

My quest to find interesting and useful productivity apps seems to never end, and this week I’m taking a look at Sulia Quick Launch. Quick Launch is a lockscreen replacement

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Any.Do app review

Being a college student, it’s often hard to stay organized. My goal for this semester is to be more organized, prepared, and on top of things, and I couldn’t do

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Q&A with Celltick, makers of Active Lock Screen

Last week I reviewed a nice little app called Active Lock Screen. It’s a simple, yet very functional lockscreen replacement that brings themes, plugins, and a unique UI. Shortly after

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SF Launcher Alpha app review

This minimalistic launcher redefines what launchers can be, and speeds up productivity in the process. If there’s one thing that Android is known for, it’s the plethora of home screen

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In Brief: 19 other Android-related things worth knowing (February 1)

In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, photos, videos, infographics, and Android-related news tidbits which, for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on

App Reviews

Active Lock Screen review

Lockscreens are tricky. Most users (at least in my experience) like to stick with the stock lockscreen, because it’s simple and/or familiar. But as I’m constantly flashing new ROMs, I’m

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Sliding Messaging review: A simple take on messaging

My name is Justin, and I’m a messaging app junkie. I constantly change messaging apps, test new ones for fun, and I’m never completely satisfied. I’ve somewhat settled on Handcent

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T-Mobile announces LTE rollout, HD Voice, and more

T-Mobile just wrapped up their press event at CES, and they had quite a bit to announce. While nothing monumental was showcased, we got a peek at what Magenta will

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Sony shows off Xperia Z and ZL, we’re impressed

Sony has just announced the latest additions to their Xperia line, the Xperia Z and ZL. We expected an Android-related announcement of some kind from them, and they didn’t waste

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Huawei announces the Ascend Mate, yet another huge phone that borders on being a tablet

We can’t really say we’re surprised by this one, but it’s still one of those announcements that we question anyway. Huawei has just announced the Ascend Mate, packing a quad-core

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Velocity announces Cruz D610 and Q610, possibly their first tablets that aren’t mediocre

We’ve always known Velocity Cruz tablets to be.. well, certainly not the best. Outdated specs and poor build quality have haunted Velocity for years, but it appears that they’re catching

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Samsung TecTiles invade Las Vegas hotels for CES 2013

In the midst of all the CES craziness, we stumbled upon this little piece of information. Apparently, Samsung has teamed up with Caesars Entertainment to install over 4,500 TecTile NFC

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5 ways Facebook can improve their user experience on Android

Ahh, Facebook. It’s still one of the most popular social networks in the world, despite the rapid adoption that Google+ has garnered thus far. Sadly, Facebook’s Android experience is lacking

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HTC and Apple start playing nice, Peter Chou negates media estimates

If you haven’t heard, HTC and Apple reached a sudden 10-year licensing agreement in their ongoing patent lawsuits. It made a little noise, and gave us hope that OEMs will

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Google bringing Wallet support to all 2.3+ devices, physical card in the works?

Google has been working to update their Wallet services, and more evidence has surfaced that caught our attention. Word on the street is that Google is working on a physical