Video Review: Audiobooks.com for Android

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If you’re a fan of audiobooks (who isn’t?)  and happen to own an Android device (who doesn’t?) then you’ll definitely want to check out the Audiobooks.com experience.  Rather than offering up an app to download, Audiobooks.com lets users visit their website from any ...

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus [Review]

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gal·ax·y/ˈgaləksē/ Noun: A system of millions or billions of stars, together with gas and dust, held together by gravitational attraction. The galaxy of which the solar system is a part; the Milky Way.  nexus plural of nex·us (Noun) Noun: A connection or series of connections linking two or ...

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Solicit advice and opinions with Thumb

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Thumb (formerly known as Opinionaided) offers a good way to get real advice, or just to have a little fun. Say you’re shopping for a new couch. You can simply snap a picture of the couch you’re looking at, type the question “Should I get this couch?” or “Would this ...

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SanDisk Memory Zone nice way to keep track of all your media everywhere

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SanDisk’s free Memory Zone app has caught the attention of data conscious people – like myself. The app is very easy to use, scans, indexes and backs up virtually all your media stored both locally and in the cloud. Offering to scan internal and removable SD cards, Dropbox, ...

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Enchanted Realm: great time-killer from Game Insight

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If you’re big into Facebook games like Farmville and Frontierville, then you are going to love this new release, Enchanted Realm. Users get classic gameplay that allows them to “click to build” their own city. In the expansion of your kingdom you also plant and harvest crops, ...

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Dropbox gets facelift for ICS

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The Dropbox team gave word yesterday that they’re releasing a new version of the Dropbox Android app, and they’ve got a few new tricks in store. The app now features 3 tabs across the top: “Dropbox,” “Uploads,” and “Favorites”. Open the first tab, ...

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W.T.F. is Txt Msg Away?

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“Sorry, busy writing a W.T.F. app review, Text me later.” That’s the message I set using a really awesome app called Txt Msg Away.  I have always wanted a personal assistant to reply to all my messages automatically but since I’m not rich I had to rely on my handy dandy cellular ...

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An artist’s review of Adobe Photoshop Touch

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 If you’re interested in photo editing, even on the most basic scale, and you own a Honeycomb tablet, you owe it to yourself to check out Adobe Photoshop Touch, or “PS Touch” if you’re searching the Android Market. The app is only $9.99, a steal compared to it’s ...

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Who, what, where, when? WTF Apps

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Welcome to the W.T.F. app reviews by me, Keivan also known as @bigkeivan on the twitters. Here you will read my very blunt and very honest reviews on apps.  This is my disclaimer: do not read these if you get offended easily as there may be things you like about my review and there may... Read More

Mobostick Review and Giveaway: Wireless Universal USB Connectivity for Your Android Phone or Tablet [Contest Closed]

Let’s face it, today’s phones have eclipsed the traditional “smartphone” moniker and have become known as complete portable media systems — that just happen to make phone calls. We use them as cameras, camcorders, video game systems, music players, movie players ...

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Will Reviews 3 Free Android Apps

As the title and video suggest, I’ve done a quick review of Zedge, Mystic Halo, and QuickPic (which I did a written review of earlier this week). The video also contains a bit of Android news. If you’d like to try any of these apps for yourself, you can download them using their ...

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QuickPic: A Brief Review

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the photo gallery application found on the Samsung Galaxy S2. QuickPic is a nice free app that shows all of your pictures in a nice clear format. As QuickPic is a free app, I can’t make too many complaints. Pinch-to-zoom would be a welcomed feature, ...

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Review: Classic Notes for Android

If you haven’t heard of Classic Notes by Fluffy Delusions, you’re definitely missing out. Classic Notes is the most functional, usable, versatile app I’ve ever come across, and that’s saying something. It allows the user to take notes and make to-do lists, as well as a ...

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Sprinkle (Review)

Late last week we informed you of Sprinkle hitting the Android Market, a game where you help an alien species inhabiting Titan, one of the moons of Saturn. Earthlings have crashed through Saturn’s rings, sending meteors crashing into Titan, it’s your job to help this alien race by ...

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Review: Pops for Android

If you’re looking to spice up your mobile notifications a bit, you might just want to check out a new Android application called Pops. Pops is a full rework of your Android notifications, and it provides a neat little animation (or user uploaded video) instead of just a ringtone and a new ...

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