Advertisements
Home Reviews App and Game Reviews

App and Game Reviews

App Review: Google My Tracks

Title: My Tracks Developer: Google Available: Now, Android Market Cost: FREE When I first saw My Tracks in the Android Market, I quickly passed it over never thinking...

App Review: Movie Finder

Considerably more helpful than doing a Google search for local movie theaters and showtimes. GPS auto locate works well even in EDGE network. Subtle changes to app over time have it moving in the right direction.

App Review: Tippobillosplitamus

A fresh take on the same old, same old. Clean, easy to navigate interface makes it stand out from all the other bill splitting and tip calculator applications we've played with so far. Not short on options either.

App Review: Useful Switchers

Useful is an understatement. Packed with shortcuts to common phone and network settings, this app is right at home on the desktop screen. Each release builds upon the last.

App Review: SMS Popup

SMS Popup is one of those quiet, under-rated apps that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. We’ve yet to see it show up on those “must have” lists that other sites and magazines put together and we can’t figure out why. It’s loaded with features that enhance your messaging options and looks every bit as good as the Google stuff that comes loaded with Android.

Google’s Scoreboard App is a Winner

It took all of ten minutes for me to decide that Google's latest Android application, Scoreboard, will replace all three of my Plusmo apps. ...

Opera Mini 4.2 for Android is Decent Alternative

Yesterday saw the launch of Opera Mini 4.2 for Android.  We used to get pretty jazzed whenever there was a release of Opera Mini,...

App Review: Meebo

As a replacement for the preloaded IM client for Android, this one works well, but leaves us wanting more. A smooth running messaging app that has room to grow.

App review: Toodo

We all have tons of tasks to deal with and it's easy to forget one or two. Why don't you let Toodo remember stuff for you?

App Review: Toddler Lock

A beautifully simple premise of an app that helps keep your toddler occupied without the worry of pushing the wrong buttons.

AndroidGuys App Review: Coloroid

Don't be fooled by the basic look of this one. Coloroid sucks you in and begs for more of your free time than you really have.

AndroidGuys App Review: Pop Pop Popcorn

This time around we randomly picked a time waster game. Is it something we can picture ourselves messing around with while waiting at the doctor's office?

AndroidGuys App Review: Locale

It's the programs like these that have Android putting the G1 as one of the top handsets on the market. This is one that everyone needs to download.

AndroidGuys App Review: Caller ID by WhitePages

Caller ID gets a big boost with features like name recognition and an address that can be mapped with your location based handset.

AndroidGuys App Review: Shazam

One of the most popular iPhone applications is now available for Android users. Shazam integrates with MySpace and Amazon MP3 and allows users to discover new music and purchase tracks in a mobile environment. ALL FOR FREE.

FOLLOW US

0FansLike
0FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe
 

MOST POPULAR

Need a stylus for your device? Check out Adonit’s offerings

Phone screens keep getting a little bit bigger with each generation, sometimes even pushing the boundary of 7-inches. At the same time,...

Google Pixel Buyer’s Guide

When it comes to buying smartphones, things are much different in 2022 than they were just a few years back. Notably, it's...

Do you really need a gaming phone?

Smartphones are great for so many things. They help us stay abreast of the latest events, keep in touch with our loved...

GoCube 2×2 is a smaller, lighter, and unique approach to Rubik’s Cube

If you're a fan of puzzles and time wasters, you've probably spent time with a Rubik's Cube somewhere along the way. And...

POCO F4 and POCO X4 GT arrive as overstuffed mid-range phones

Xiaomi sub-brand POCO is back with another pair of powerful budget-minded phones that squeeze in higher end features with the F4 and X4 GT.

LATEST POSTS

Need a stylus for your device? Check out Adonit’s offerings

Phone screens keep getting a little bit bigger with each generation, sometimes even pushing the boundary of 7-inches. At the same time,...

Google Pixel Buyer’s Guide

When it comes to buying smartphones, things are much different in 2022 than they were just a few years back. Notably, it's...

Do you really need a gaming phone?

Smartphones are great for so many things. They help us stay abreast of the latest events, keep in touch with our loved...

GoCube 2×2 is a smaller, lighter, and unique approach to Rubik’s Cube

If you're a fan of puzzles and time wasters, you've probably spent time with a Rubik's Cube somewhere along the way. And...

POCO F4 and POCO X4 GT arrive as overstuffed mid-range phones

Xiaomi sub-brand POCO is back with another pair of powerful budget-minded phones that squeeze in higher end features with the F4 and X4 GT.