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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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Quick Look: APNdroid

What is one of the most heard complaints about the current Android phones? The battery life. Today we are going to take a quick look at one of the most useful applications in the market. APNdroid is simply an on/off switch for your APN service. What this means is that while you are not using... ...

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App Review: Contacts GroupU

This simple yet highly functional application syncs Google contact groups to a user’s phone. In addition, it also provides full options for editing and creating new groups from the convenience of your handheld device. Groups you create using Contact GroupU are actually synced back to your ...

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App Review: Guardian Anywhere

Guardian Anywhere is a mobile newspaper that allows you to catch up with the latest news from The Guardian newspaper on the go. This is done by downloading the content and then presenting it in a lovely looking interface that makes it easy to view and read. You can set when to download the ...

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App Review: Handcent SMS

If you haven’t tried Handcent’s SMS app, you should go download it NOW.  It’s packed full of customizable features & one of those apps you’ll find yourself using every day.  These awesome features range from conversation style, to fonts, and notifications. ...

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App Review: K’UMPA

K’UMPA is a good “waiting” game. By that, I mean it is a great play when you are waiting for anything like a doctor’s appointment, an airplane, etc.  My 16-year old son and I both downloaded this to both a G1 and an mT3G to try it out.  While we found the game to be... ...

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App Review: BlueRSS

If, like me, you regularly use RRS feeds to keep up to date with new web content, it is important that you can access the content quickly and easily on your phone. There are a few apps available that allow you to do this and one of them is BlueRSS by Blue Gorilla Team. I... Read More

App Review: Thinking Space

One of the best productivity tools now on Android Market, Thinking space. Allow you to create and work with your mind maps in very efficient way.

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Screebl – Inteligent Power Management System

Battery life is one of the major weaknesses of the G1.  For me, it’s really frustrating to go to a conference and haveto turn off  the phone just to save enough energy to call a taxi or friend when I arrive or depart.   Nothing can be more aggravating than running out of battery ...

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App Review: VPN Connections

I have been using Wade Mealing’s VPN Connections application for a few months now and I am very impressed.  While it took some time to get Exchange support on the G1 (I currently use NitroDesk TouchDown – future app review), I could not take advantage of it until I got a proper ...

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App Review: Pixelpipe Pro Beta 1.1

With so many ways to share your media online (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, blogs etc) it can be a task to get your media uploaded to each destination without having to upload to each site separately. This is where an application like Pixelpipe Pro comes in very handy. [quote]Pixelpipe allows you ...

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App Review: Facebook for Android

Android owners have been waiting in the wings for an official Facebook app for almost a year now, and even though the iPhone had an official one almost instantly, up until a week ago the only options we’ve had been Bloo and Babbler. While both Bloo and Babbler are great Facebook apps, ...

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App Review: aTumble

Blogging. Most of us do it, and many of us have to do it on the go. Whether you’re live blogging a press event or just posting a pic of something funny you saw on the street, those magic devices sitting in our pockets have become pretty handy.  Having a tumblr blog I decided to... Read More

App Review: AK Notepad and MyBackup

Ever since I purchased my G1, I’ve been using these two applications in tandem.  AK Notepad is your basic, no-nonsense note pad that gives you multiple themes, auto links for e-mail addresses and URLs, and LED/vibrate notification. The beautiful part comes from using MyBackup.  If you ...

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Facebook for Android “Not as Good as iPhone’s”

In the first couple of days since Facebook released their Android application to the market, I’ve being reading some reviews and receiving some tweets with people complaining about the app. Almost all the complaints were comparing the application to the iPhone version.  Is it fair to ...

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App Review: Swift Twitter App

Twitter apps are in plentiful supply on Android and choosing one can be a bit of a hit and miss affair. Having used Twidroid as my main Twitter app for sometime, I decided to give Swift a try as I felt Twidroid was getting a bit clunky. Swift claims it is “The best damn twitter... Read More