People often ask me about what my favorite thing about Android is as a user. For me, that is the customization. I can completely change the entire look and feel
Lollipop users all share a common frustration, and that is the lack of a true silent mode for your device. Sadly, Google did away with the silent mode in favour
The design of the Samsung Note 4 and Samsung Note Edge can be better described as modern, sleek and business like. Both phones have the speaker grill centered on the
Putting someone on loudspeaker doesn’t have to be a frustrating experience anymore, thanks to a little app called SpeakerPhone Ex. No doubt you’ve been in a situation where you’ve had
Minima Pro Live Wallpaper is one of those apps that you didn’t know you needed until you have it. Then you can’t imagine what you did before you had it.
Banjo might just be the app that everybody needs in their pocket. Nothing quite does the job of updating you on everything that’s going on around the world like Banjo
I just spent a few days with a new weather app called Kairoskopion. I know, there are a ton of weather apps in the Play store, why should you try
The Droid Turbo is a fruition of this effort as it stands out against its competitors with shining colors. What some are calling a more beefed up version of the
Features for the M2 speakers include: Compact multimedia speaker system Sold as a stereo pair (one active speaker, one passive speaker) 2.5″ drivers Additional rear-ported passive radiators produce full-range audio
Back when Thomas Edison invented light bulb, I am sure he never thought a day would come when people would be able to control lights remotely. Like with the help of their
There are numerous educational apps available that can teach you just about anything. However, most of them are either focused on young children or adults. This leaves middle school and
There’s an app for just about everything these days and teaching someone to cook is no different. SideChef is an app developed to help give a detailed way to cook
Everyone loves Zombies, right? Combine a Zombie with anything and it instantly becomes awesome. The same goes for Half Alive: Zombies go home, an addictive casual puzzle game developed by Rock-Inspired.
As someone who doesn’t own a car with built-in Bluetooth, I am somewhat jealous of those who can get in and connect quickly and painlessly. But, with that said, I’ve