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To be honest I have never had a huge interest in horoscopes. Every once in awhile I might check one out if it was offered front and center in a
Have you mastered Bejeweled? Beaten 2048 more times than you can count? Are you looking for a new game to challenge you mind? Then, Eptatron is the game for you.
Finally the award-winning franchise for PC Sid Meier’s Civilization has hit the gaming world with a brand new exclusive sequel, Civilization Revolution 2 which is only available for mobile devices. This turned based
Everyone remembers Flappy Bird. It was so frustrating. It was so simple. Tap to fly, and that’s it. Yet, we all continuously played it, expecting more to come from the
Unless you’re currently reading this article on a yacht somewhere in Cabo, I’m guessing that you could probably stand to earn a little bit of money. What if I told
Super BoxMan is a game from BigMoth Studios that puts you as a small box that has to dodge walls that come down at you from above by moving left
Introduction I have had the great fortune to be a beta tester for a service new to Android, Centrallo. Centrallo is a cross platform organization app focused on productivity. You
Have you ever taken a look at your fingers and wondered what kind of damage they would do to a tiny stick person? Not to worry if you haven’t yet,
One of the things that Google has really focused on with Android is trying to inspire developers with its Holo design guidelines. One of the most recent games to Google
I got the chance to review Active Lockscreen, made by Celltick, at the beginning of this year. It was a great, simple lockscreen replacement that just worked. While it was
What is SwiftKey? SwiftKey for Android replaces your device’s on-screen keyboard to help you type in an easier, faster and less frustrating way. SwiftKey is an app I personally
Being a college student, it’s often hard to stay organized. My goal for this semester is to be more organized, prepared, and on top of things, and I couldn’t do
This minimalistic launcher redefines what launchers can be, and speeds up productivity in the process. If there’s one thing that Android is known for, it’s the plethora of home screen
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOBxvLOr-hY[/youtube] As the title and video suggest, I’ve done a quick review of Zedge, Mystic Halo, and QuickPic (which I did a written review of earlier this week). The video also contains a
With Teamviewer, there are a number of things that you can do: connect to your own PC, or connect to friends’ PCs. The aim of being able to connect to some else’s PC is that you can either setup programs, show someone what they need to do, or repair their PC.