13 apps to mimic the Windows Phone Metro UI on your Android

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So you really like the look of Windows Phone and the don’t-call-it-Metro tiles but aren’t in a hurry to give up Android.  What to do?  Dudes, that’s easy – download these apps and mimic the look on your phone or tablet.  We’ve put together a list of 13 Android apps ...

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Jabra TALK BT Headset review

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In the world of BlueTooth headsets, the Jabra TALK is actually achieving mediocrity at its height.  I own several BT units from the Jawbone HD to my LG HBS-700 stereo headset, and the Jabra falls squarely in between.  What you get is enough customizable parts to ensure comfort: two Earhooks, ...

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Thesnugg.com Nexus 7 case review

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So you got yourself a new Nexus 7 tablet and now you’re looking for a carrying case with style.  Take a moment and swing over to TheSnugg.com and check out their leather case, you might dig it.  We’ve spent a few weeks playing with their Nexus 7 Case and find it to among the more ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for sharing and synchronizing files

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Fact: Android is pretty awesome.  No other mobile platform makes it so easy to share a photo, email, thought, or file.  Thanks to a great selection of apps, there are seemingly endless ways in which we can share something with our friends, family, or ourselves.  But what about when we wanna ...

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Quarkie headphones review

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Don’t laugh when we tell you this but some of the best-sounding headphones we’ve played with these last few weeks have giant viper snakes that stick out of your ear.  No, seriously.  Their called Quarkie, they look quirky, but they sound terrific.  We tested two models: Viper Head ...

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Jazz up your smartphone with a Bling My Thing case

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Bedazzle that Samsung Galaxy S III with a case that speaks to your glamorous side.

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Cruzerlite has accessories, shirts, and more for the Android lover

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Are you a proud owner of a new Android device and want to do your part to protect it against scratches, drops, or scuffs? Do yourself a favor and check out the growing line of stuff over at Cruzerlite. We’ve had a chance to test out some of their recent designs and are very impressed... ...

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X Tablet review

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What we liked:  The stock Android 4.0 experience is always nice as it keeps us from too much bloatware or extra software touches that sometimes get in the way of seasoned users.  The HDMI port, microSD expansion, dual cameras, and pair of mini USB ports should be enough to keep developers or ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for Pinterest fans

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You’d have to keep your head in the sand to not know that Pinterest has taken off like crazy this past year.  Seems like everywhere you turn, someone is sharing something (pinning) a blog post about some craft, recipe, or activity that they really adore.  It’s all good, we’ve ...

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Phiaton PS 20 NC earphones review

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First, let me preface this with a disclaimer: I love reviewing headphones and Bluetooth accessories for Android devices.  Were I not in this position, I would have no idea just how good (or bad) some of these products are that I pass in retail stores or see online.  I’m amazed at all of ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for buying and selling your stuff

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Over the past few months we have helped you with apps that make it easy to save a buck or two and manage your finances.  Thanks to AndroidGuys, you’re getting your life back in order and on the path to financial freedom.  Right?  So now you’ve saved a bunch of money and are looking ...

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Samsung Galaxy S III review (Sponsored Post)

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What we liked: The Samsung Galaxy S III is heavy on hardware, but even heavier on experience. The leading-edge specs easily put it at the top of the Android mountain, however its the personal touches that will see this phone selling like hotcakes. Room for improvement: A little slipperier than ...

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Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE review

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When Android first broke onto the main scene with the G1, QWERTY keyboards were all the rage. Device after device was released with a physical keyboard for several years, some good and some bad (cough Moto Backflip cough). We’ve seen a trend over the last year or two, in which QWERTY ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for tracking a run

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So you’re training for a half marathon eh?  What are you using to track your progress or to give yourself goals?  You are using your Android device for this, right?  Time for another weekly dose of apps that you need to be checking out.  This time we’ve put together a list of apps ...

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Mushroom GreenZero Wall Travel Charger (Micro USB) review

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Need an extra charger for your Android smartphone or accessory and want to help save the world in the process?  Consider Bracketron’s new Mushroom GreenZero chargers and the peace of mind that comes with “doing your part”.  We’ve spent some time playing with these around ...

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