January 30, 2015

News & Rumors

  • rocki
    ROCKI finally gets Spotify Connect support

    After a long wait, Spotify support has finally come to ROCKI, but not quite how you would have ...

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  • Nokia's Z Launcher
    Nokia’s Z Launcher adds new features, including support icon pack

    Nokia has released an update for its Z Launcher Beta on the Google Play Store. The launcher ...

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    Cricket bulks up data allotments

    Following closely on the heels of last week’s carrier changes, Cricket Wireless on Friday ...

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  • expansys_winter_sale
    Expansys offers up big savings on unlocked Android devices in Winter Sale

    Looking for a new Android smartphone? Before you head off to your local carrier or start ...

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    Accessory of the Day: iSmooth Galaxy S4 screen protectors (3 pack), $7.97

    This ultra-clear screen protector for your Samsung Galaxy S4 offers a bubble-free and easy ...

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  • Office
    Microsoft Office open to Android Tablet Users

    It is official. Microsoft is opening their Office products to Android tablet users. For a ...

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  • oxygen_Forum_official
    OnePlus announces plans for new OxygenOS

    With the departure of Cyanogen as OnePlus’s software ally a couple months ago, OnePlus ...

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  • Saygus-V2---official-renders
    Saygus V2 pre-order date and price announced

    The smartphone that grabbed a lot of attention at this year’s CES will be available to ...

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  • Optimus UI vs. Lollipop
    LG’s Optimus UI vs. Vanilla Android

    When I received my first Android smartphone about six years ago, I remember how much I desired ...

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ROCKI finally gets Spotify Connect support

rocki

After a long wait, Spotify support has finally come to ROCKI, but not quite how you would have expected. The tiny device that turns your ordinary speakers into DLNA compatible outputs launched with the promise of Spotify integration but it failed to appear in the app. It appears that the reason ...

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Nokia’s Z Launcher adds new features, including support icon pack

Nokia's Z Launcher

Nokia has released an update for its Z Launcher Beta on the Google Play Store. The launcher adapts to the user’s usage throughout the day. By learning how he or she uses it, the app promotes his or her favorite apps. Another feature known as Scribble allows you to draw a letter in order ...

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Cricket bulks up data allotments

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Following closely on the heels of last week’s carrier changes, Cricket Wireless on Friday adjusted its own prepaid rate plans. Now, as part of the Basic Plan, customers will receive up to 2.5GB of high speed data, up from the normal allotment of 1 GB per month. Cricket will also provide ...

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Expansys offers up big savings on unlocked Android devices in Winter Sale

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Looking for a new Android smartphone? Before you head off to your local carrier or start searching online you may want to swing by Expansys today. The online retailer is offering up some serious discounts on a range of devices, many of which are Android-powered and unlocked. In addition to that ...

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Accessory of the Day: iSmooth Galaxy S4 screen protectors (3 pack), $7.97

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This ultra-clear screen protector for your Samsung Galaxy S4 offers a bubble-free and easy installation. All purchases come with a lifetime warranty and the reviews are through the roof. At $7.97 (Prime), this 3-pack is a must buy for anyone looking to protect their beautiful S4 screen. Join ...

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Microsoft Office open to Android Tablet Users

Office

It is official. Microsoft is opening their Office products to Android tablet users. For a couple of months, Microsoft had allowed select Android tablet users to preview and offer feedback so they could refine and improve what they needed to. There were 3,000 Android devices of over 500 models ...

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Reviews

Android management app MoboRobo (review)

  • January 29, 2015

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There are quite a few Android management apps out there, and honestly, a lot of them are just spam. Some of them force ads onto your devices, check data ...

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