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As an Android fanboy, I hate it when iOS gets an app that I want and Android gets left in the dark. That’s exactly what happened this year at E3
For as much time as I don’t have to waste, I still always look for fun games to kill time when I do have it. Mostly while smoking a cigarette
The average person sends over 3,000 text messages per month. That’s a lot of information being sent in a short amount of time. Whether you are letting your parents know
Even if you aren’t a wallpaper lover, it won’t do any damage to change your wallpaper every now and then. After all, it is the most seen part of your phone.
Eboe is an extremely simple yet extremely hard game. You are placed in a circle and have to move clockwise or anti-clockwise to avoid balls being shot from a cannon.
Modern smartphones are created to be able to perform so many different tasks, from being able to check the internet (the largest repository of knowledge on the planet) to playing
Graphics Nowadays, no game would be worth it weight in Android bobbleheads if it didn’t have good graphics. I mean, no one wants to stare at an ugly interface filled
With Google I/O 2016 getting closer and closer, we wanted to take a look back to I/O 2015. Or more specifically, we wanted to take a look back at something
Everyone who is living in a foreign country and facing issues with the language of locals knows how hard it makes the routines of daily life but in that case,
From the developer team Power Mob, Pixel Mower is a new Android game that fits into the “pick up and play” and “endless runner” categories, and it might just be your
Is your device running slow? Or perhaps it’s getting clogged up and you’re running low on storage? Then look no further because Power Clean by LIONMOBI contains all the utilities you need
uCiC (you see I see) is a new app available on the Google Play Store and App Store that gives users the power to request any kind of information in
Android 5.0 Lollipop brought some key new features, one of which is called Smart Lock. But with Android 5.0 Lollipop adoption still sitting at just 3.3 percent based on the
Bitcoin isn’t new. In fact, Wikipedia points to the date of introduction as being January 3, 2009. But still many people have never heard of Bitcoin. And then on the
Banjo might just be the app that everybody needs in their pocket. Nothing quite does the job of updating you on everything that’s going on around the world like Banjo