Our favorite news readers for Android

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After Google Reader died, the poor souls who used RSS feeds for their main source of news were forced to move on. RSS isn’t dead quite yet, and there are tons of really nice apps for Android out there. Here’s a list, in no particular order, of some of the readers we use on our... ...

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Dine without waiting for the check with Cover [App of the Day]

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Dining in New York takes a turn for the good thanks to a newly released app for Android. Called Cover, it lets you pay for meals without waiting for the check.  What’s more, it also allows for splitting of your bill, alleviating the need for your waiter to divvy up two credit cards, cash, ...

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FlashScore Livescore international sports score tracking hits Android

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FlashScore.com has long been a destination for those looking to get their international sports scores. With the introduction of a Google Play store app, FlashScore brings what its readers online and on iOS loved to Android. Boasting coverage of 5,000 independent competitions and lighting-fast ...

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WitRigs Flexible PC/TPU Hybrid Bumper for Galaxy S4 Review

WitRigs has managed to create a bumper for the Galaxy S4 that’s protective, flexible, and light, all wrapped in a package that’s offered in a nearly endless selection of colors. I got the opportunity to review one of the colored/transparent bumpers, as well as one of the ...

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Beautiful Widgets debuts new clock widget in latest update [App of the Day]

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The gang over at LevelUp Studio has released a new version of its wildly popular Beautiful Widgets app for Android. Available in the Google Play Store in both free and pro clients, the v5.6 sees the introduction of a new Color Widget (4×1 and 4×2). We’ve long been a fan of the ...

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WitRigs Aluminum Bumper for Galaxy S4 Review

Bumper cases have grown in popularity over the last few years, but some users have expressed concerns that they don’t offer enough drop protection. To combat this problem, we’ve also seen a rise in metal bumpers, like the aluminum bumpers from WitRigs. For users that want the ...

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Flyne lets you read offline! (App of the Day)

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Flyne is a beautiful Twitter and Feedly reader that allows you to read your feeds offline. Joaquim Verges, the developer of the popular Twitter app Falcon Pro, has created another very functional, very pretty app. Flyne’s main goal is to provide you with news from Twitter lists and Feedly ...

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Chromedrop brings challenging, yet beautiful casual gaming experience

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One of the things that Google has really focused on with Android is trying to inspire developers with its Holo design guidelines. One of the most recent games to Google Play that sticks to those guidelines is Chromedrop. Chromedrop combines elements from trading card and casual games, while ...

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Lepow Moonstone 9000 review

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Up for review today we have the Lepow Moonstone 9000, a portable battery backup solution for Android and other smartphones. As the name implies, this guy packs 9000mAh worth of juice in a very cute and convenient form factor. Measuring nearly 3.5-inches in width and depth, the Moonstone is ...

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Blu Life Pure mini first impressions and review

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I must admit, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first received my unit. But at the sub $300 price point, I was not expecting anywhere near the level of quality with which I was greeted. Not only is the presentation everything you’ve come to expect from traditional manufacturers, ...

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RAVPower wireless charging pad review

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Having used the stock Nexus 5 wireless charger exclusively until receiving this unit, I must say, I much prefer this form factor. There’s no magnet keeping the phone attached, instead the logo in the center of the pad is made from grippy rubber that holds the phone securely enough in ...

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RAVPower 5-in-1 file hub review

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Hardware At first glance the device appears to be nothing more than an external battery pack. There are 4 LED indicators on the face labeled with symbols: Battery, R/W, Wi-Fi (indicates the hotspot is active) and finally the Internet light which denotes when the device is connected to another ...

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Satechi Universal Smartphone Dashboard Mount review

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Up for review today is the Satechi Universal Smartphone Dashboard Mount (for 3.5”- 5.5” devices). We’ve tested a few Satechi products over the last few years and have come to appreciate their build quality. How does this car mount stand up?  Quite well, actually. While we tested the model ...

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Tech21 Impact Mesh and Impact Shield for Galaxy S4 Review

Up today for review is the Impact Mesh case and the Impact Shield screen protector from Tech21.  These two accessories are a match made in heaven for someone looking to provide great protection for both body and screen of the Galaxy S4.  Let’s dig into, the case first: The Good: Case ...

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Monitor which apps consume your time with Frequency [App of the Day]

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Ever wonder why you’re not getting any work done? Or, perhaps you’re trying to figure out why your smartphone battery dies so quickly. Maybe you want to see how much Flappy Bird you’re getting in versus productivity apps. Guess what… there’s an app for that. Surely ...

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