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A weekly collection of Android apps and games you should be aware of.
When I first opened my package from I-MEGO, I immediately began conjuring up puns and parallels to use for the review. Greeted by glossy packaging and a shiny product, I assumed these
Last week I reviewed a nice little app called Active Lock Screen. It’s a simple, yet very functional lockscreen replacement that brings themes, plugins, and a unique UI. Shortly after
Ever wonder what the difference is between HVGA, VGA, qHD, and FHD? We’ll help you make sense of the alphabet soup.
For all the appeal that comes with a $100-$150 Android tablet, experienced users are often quick to point out the omissions and holes. One particular detail that often comes up
This edition features RadioShack, Spacetime Studios, Twilight (yeah that one), Amazon discounts, Slice 2.0, Combiform, Parkmobile, Skip-Bo, Trulia, Kendall Jackson wines, and more.
As if we expected anything else, HTC plans to give its 2012 Android devices priority for Jelly Bean updates. A glance through the handset maker’s Android 4.1 F.A.Q. tells us
RadioShack’s Black Friday ad has found its way online and, as is usually the case, is full of Android savings. While some might be for devices from larger companies such
Even though T-Mobile decided to scrap plans for their New York press event this evening,they went ahead and issued a press release tied to the same topic. It was expected
Ever wonder why AndroidGuys technically has a Google+ Page yet never really does anything with it? Simple, there’s not a good way to manage things from a mobile client. As
The CyanogenMod team recognizes that it’s tough to keep up with all of the nightly builds and rapid release of builds. They also understand that if they don’t keep their
Earlier this year, Oregon officially launched a tablet designed especially for kids and now big brands like Toys’R’Us are following their footsteps. Of course you don’t want your little kids
The official Netflix app for Android has been updated today and it brings a key, long-desired feature. Now, users can toggle a setting which tells the app to only work