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Cyanogen’s email client Boxer gains material design in new update

The integration of Google’s Material Design UI into the email client is the biggest update since its launch back in September. The redesign and app enhancements aim to provide an

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King brings its first word-based game AphaBetty Saga to Android

The developers behind the wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga and its spinoff Candy Crush Soda Saga has delivered its latest mobile game. Available in Google Play Store now, AlphaBetty

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SwiftKey update for Android adds a Carbon default theme

The popular replacement keyboard app SwiftKey are rolling out an update today to the Google Play Store with a number of new features. Included in the update is a new

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The Androids have taken gaming to a galaxy far, far away

A recent report has suggested that mobile gaming is going to be worth an approximate $45 billion by 2018. $45 billion! That’s an awful lot of Angry Birds. Candy Crush

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Prioritize your lockscreen with Next Lock Screen (Monday Makeover)

There is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have

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Sunrise calendar app now adds easy scheduling with a new keyboard

The first major change to Sunrise Calendar since its acquisition from Microsoft is an interesting one to say the least. In order to make scheduling easier, the app now comes

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What’s in Town Android app review

I travel a lot so often resort to apps with points of interest to determine my surroundings, and What’s in Town is an app with a difference that aims to

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Optimize your lockscreen with Cover (Monday Makeover)

here is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have

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What is Pushbullet and how do I use it with my Android? [Continuing Education]

Pushbullet is an iOS and Android application that allows extensive connectivity between any of your devices, whether that be smartphone to tablet, smartphone to laptop, laptop to tablet, and so

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Galaxy S6 gets custom recovery TWRP

With the Galaxy S6 already being rooted, the possibilities for flashing custom ROMs just got possible with TWRP releasing a custom recovery for the device. The TeamWin Recovery Project replaces the

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Reimagining wallpapers with Muzei (Monday Makeover)

There is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have

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How to root the Samsung Galaxy S6

So you just got your brand new Samsung Galaxy S6? Why not root it? Some apps that exist on the Google Play Store still require root privileges given how Android

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Lock down your Apps and protect your privacy with Lockdown Pro

Everyone appreciates privacy, and sometimes just having a pin code or unlock pattern on your device is not satisfactory enough to feel like your information contained within your device is

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What are UIs, and why should I care about them? [Continuing Education]

  What is a UI? A UI, or User Interface, is actually a broad term used in the technology world to refer to something that a person (or user) interacts with (or

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I switched from iOS to Android 2 years ago and I love it: my story.

As a fan of Android, it annoys me to see so many disingenuous writers who smear Google and its software, Android. I’ve been on the other side, I have used