Welcome back to the regular series aimed at helping Android users get more from their devices. If you’re looking for some new apps or games check out we have a
Pushbullet for Android has been updated to version 15.0.1, which now introduces material design for the app. Naturally, it looks fantastic and very, very Googly. It brings UI changes such
Looking to pick up a new Android app or game to try out this week? Why not start with some of the freshest titles around? What you’ll find below is a collection
For years and years, we as people have kept to the tradition of how we get paid; work, work some more, work again, and keep working until payday rolls around
With more and more companies and organizations attempting to steal/read/snoop on people’s data, security is something that more and more people are searching for. Phone companies are becoming more aware
Everyone remembers Flappy Bird. It was so frustrating. It was so simple. Tap to fly, and that’s it. Yet, we all continuously played it, expecting more to come from the
I’m not much of a gamer. In fact, Smarty Tiles was the first game I downloaded on my Moto X (2013) since I bought the smartphone last October (2013). As
Unless you’re currently reading this article on a yacht somewhere in Cabo, I’m guessing that you could probably stand to earn a little bit of money. What if I told
Super BoxMan is a game from BigMoth Studios that puts you as a small box that has to dodge walls that come down at you from above by moving left
When I think about browsing from a mobile device, my main concerns are reliability and speed. Can I access all of the content that I’ll come across given my traditional browsing
Like trying to eat a ketchup Popsicle while wearing white gloves, downloading apps and customizing your device is bound to leave its mark on your phone’s processing power and memory capacity.
The phone part of Android phones can use some improvements, and today I give you a look at the Ready Contact List app that does just that.
What’s the number one complaint among smartphone users? Ask anybody what they think of their new iGalaxy One M6 Pro, or whatever, and without fail you’ll hear “but the battery