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    Versus pits your favorite devices head-to-head [App of the Day]

    The Internet is good for a ton of things, but comparing two like (or unlike) devices ...

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    Search in private on your Android with Disconnect Search [App of the Day]

    Sometimes it’s nice to be off the grid for awhile. What if you need to look something up, ...

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  • Shuttle Up
    Kill time with Shuttle Up

    Looking for a new game to pass time? Shuttle Up is an addictive, tricky game that lets players ...

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    HiRise Muzei brings high resolution images of Mars to your wallpaper [App of the Day]

    Explore Mars, one giant image at a time. In case you haven’t heard. we told you that ...

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    CLIFFHANGER keeps you up to date with your favorite TV shows [App of the Day]

    If you are looking for a TV show tracker that is as elegant as it is useful,  look no further ...

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App Review: WallSwitch

Have you ever set up your home screen just the way you like only to find you’re already bored with it? Do you have a hard time choosing just one image to use as your wallpaper? Time to check out WallSwitch. I’m constantly taking pictures with my phone and trying to decide which ...

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App Review: Vibrate During Meetings

Vibrate During Meetings (VDM) is a clever, yet simple widget that will automatically change your phone settings to put your phone into vibrate mode.  Now I know there are plenty of these “change your phone settings” apps on the market that do the same thing, however VDM has one ...

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App Review: Photoshop.com for Mobile

Photoshop. For Android. Yes indeed, the premier image editing brand has launched a free app for Android, and without a doubt that is a feather in Android’s cap. But forgetting the big brand name for the moment, how does the app stack up on its own merits? It’s a solid app essential ...

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App Review: Lucid

Lucid is a dreamy game with a simple concept and levels that are increasingly difficult to master.  First let’s talk about what Lucid is not.  It is not a racing game, jumping game, or any kind of first person shooter.  Your objective in Lucid is to assure that Baby Hermin gets a good ...

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App Review: Astraware Sudoku

Astraware’s Sudoku for Android is an app for true “Sudokuphiles”. I say that not to imply that only a true Sudoku fan would agree with the $4.99 price tag it bears on Android Market, but because a true fan will appreciate the wealth of features and controllable settings built ...

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App Preview: FoxyRing – Smart Ringtone Management

In a world that doesn’t have ambient-sound-based-volume-adjustment, FoxyRing Does! Okay, so maybe advertising isn’t for me, but FoxyRing definitely is. Currently one of the top 20 contestants in the Lifestyle category of ADC II, this app has a good chance of walking away with one of ...

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App Review: TouchDown by NitroDesk

On the one year anniversary of the release of their Exchange application TouchDown, NitroDesk remains the de facto choice when it comes to superior functionality, quality, and ease of use.  TouchDown is rife with a treasure trove of features that work across all areas of Outlook, it’s ...

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App Review: Bedside 3.0

Like Nyquil’s “nighttime-sniffling-sneezing-coughing…” medicine, the upcoming Bedside 3.0 application is the nighttime, light dimming, sound stopping, music playing, flashlight providing, alarm linking, customizable, amazingly supported must have on your nightstand so ...

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App Review: Puzzle Blox

For me, puzzle games are the best.  Whether it involves shapes, bubbles or words, I just dig them.  I’ve wasted plenty of time with the Final Fantasy series, I know the Mario Brothers all too well and the last time my brother was in town we had a marathon Wii Punch-Out series that ...

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App Review: Service Tattler

I was a heck of a bartender back in the day.  I could sling drinks as fast as anyone and chat with random people about anything.  This resulted in a great group of regulars most nights.  Still, my mix-master skills and charm couldn’t please everyone, like the girl who wanted Midori and ...

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Review: doubleTwist

Before I start I need to mention that this is a PC/Mac based app and not an Android app. So why am I even talking about it? Well this software allows you to manage the media on your phone through the software’s interface much like iTunes does for the iPod. It supports many Android phones... ...

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App Review: Pomodoro

I am a fan of the convergent device. I try to use my Android phone for every task imaginable. I mean, if I could use it to beam a wave of energy at my bowl of oatmeal in the morning, cooking it right in the bowl at the table, I would! I am always on... Read More

Mobile Defense

As a general rule I traditionally avoid overused hyperbole. You know, like when a sporting event is called a “war” or when the most recent episode of “House” is called “the most intense and terrifying episode… EVER”. Yawn. I’ve always seen that ...

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Asurion Mobile AddressBook Marries Social Content with Traditional Contacts

One of the most talked about features in both BLUR and Sense is how they marry social networks together with traditional phone contacts.  Widgets are “take it or leave it” for the most part, but people are fond of the integration between twitter, Facebook, and phone numbers and ...

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App Review: Robo Defense

Whether its while you’re in line at the store, or sitting waiting for class to start, I am sure that many of you have your own go to game for wasting a few minutes of time here and there. Robo Defense by Lupis Labs is the one I’ve been playing with for a few weeks... Read More