One of our absolute favorite things about Android is the fact that you can bend and tweak the platform to your needs. Sure, there’s rooting and modding for deep level
We get a lot of requests from developer seeking a review or some form of publicity for their game or app. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate even a fraction of the emails, tweets,
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
The r.Pod (by Misemet) is a giant pill that cures many ails. As a backup battery supply, it offers 4100mAh worth of extra juice for your phone, tablet, or digital
So you’re new to Android and looking to manage your finances a bit with that new phone. Did you know that your bank or credit card likely has an official
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
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
Fifteen games and apps we’ve come to enjoy over the last few weeks.
Create this very Google-y experience on your Android for dirt cheap!
Looking for new and fun ways to take photos of your friends, family, or food? Perhaps you’d like a little something different for sharing. It’s all good because Android has
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
The monkeys are back! Temple Run 2 has just been released on the Google Play store, adding new features, levels, characters, and new obstacles, Temple Run 2 makes a great