March 1, 2015

LG Optimus Vu II details seemingly confirmed

The details for the presumed Optimus Vu II have leaked online, seemingly confirming a slightly improved take on the would-be Galaxy Note II killer. According to Korean blog Bad IT Tong (translate), the LG phone/tablet  will run Android 4.0 Ice ...

HTC’s Android 4.1 plans outlined for One X

HTC is set to deliver Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the unlocked One X, according to reports surfacing this morning.  MoDaCo’s Paul O’Brien, who has an inside source, also advises that the carrier-branded models are expected to see the ...

Phiaton PS 20 NC earphones review

First, let me preface this with a disclaimer: I love reviewing headphones and Bluetooth accessories for Android devices.  Were I not in this position, I would have no idea just how good (or bad) some of these products are that I pass in retail ...

App Reviews

mono for cm12: An in-depth review

The mono family of CM12 themes is a tidy bundle. The themes are clean and effective giving your device a whole new look. Jacek Malinowski or YAdesign has made a big splash in the theming community with his “mono for cm12″. What you ...

Track your bills and expenses with Mint Bills

Mint Personal Finance is an excellent app that keeps track of your spending, create budget, receive bill reminders and save more money. Mint Bills: Bill Pay and Money is an award-winning app that helps you stay on top of your bills & money. ...

Instant: Track your smartphone habits

From the talented folks at Emberify, Instant is an app that tracks your smartphone usage to help the user become more aware of their habits and promote a more balanced lifestyle. Similar to fitness trackers, Instant tracks phone habits to make ...

Launcher Lab review

People often ask me about what my favorite thing about Android is as a user. For me, that is the customization. I can completely change the entire look and feel of my device quickly and easily. This is even possible without rooting the device. I ...

Product Reviews