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Random Fighters: Fight against your memory [Review]

Overview In an ecosystem in which pixel graphic games are a dime a dozen, developers have to find ways to come up with interesting gameplay...
Blur for Android Review

Blur: Online protection for all your data (review)

Think for a moment about how many accounts you have in different websites. Each of these services have, at least, your name, email address and...
KK Emoji Keyboard Review

KK Emoji Keyboard: Features and customization at your fingertips (review)

One of the many advantages of Android is that you can customize it to your liking. Changing the keyboard has been for years one...

Smart Emoji Keyboard: Even free is sometimes too much (Review)

With the recent acquisition of SwiftKey by Microsoft, interest in alternative keyboards has sparked. There's a wealth of alternatives in the Play Store, including...

Hoopla app review

The days of browsing books at your local library are slowly fading into extinction. While there are many people that prefer the look and...

Half Alive: Zombies go home Android app Review

Everyone loves Zombies, right? Combine a Zombie with anything and it instantly becomes awesome. The same goes for Half Alive: Zombies go home, an...

Face Fun – Free Movie Maker App Review

You've undoubtedly seen those funny videos that you can make where you take a static image is turned into a movie with a part of...

Review: Classic Notes for Android

If you haven't heard of Classic Notes by Fluffy Delusions, you're definitely missing out. Classic Notes is the most functional, usable, versatile app I've...

App Review: MultiTasking Pro

Unlike a certain fruit based crowd, us Android users have been enjoying multitasking on our devices since, well… the dawn of time (that being the beginning of Android, anything beforehand being too insignificant to be regarded as “time”). However, there has never been a really great way of switching between open apps; sure you can use the “recent apps” feature by holding down the home button, which will probably satisfy most, especially since the amount of apps shown was increased to 8 in Android 2.2. For other, more picky people like myself though, the functionality offered natively is never enough.