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Screen Stream Mirroring: The Swiss Army Knife of screen mirroring apps (review)

We’ve all been on a situation in which we’ve needed to show certain content to several people, and the easiest way of doing it...

=Twenty: Math is fun in short bursts (review)

Since downloading the game, you know that =Twenty will be completely focused around math. The goal of the game is simple: you have to...
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Omni Swipe: the one-hand launcher with infinite possibilities (review)

The pool of Android devices are extensive, you can purchase devices of all functions, sizes, colors and price points. The majority of them have...

APPTEASERS: 15 Android games and apps you should know about (March 21)

APPTEASERS is a collection of apps and games that are new to Android, recently updated, discounted, etc. Whatever the case, we think they're worth...

Super Battleships app review

The classic strategy, turn-based board game has a number of Android iterations... is this the one for you?

An artist’s review of Adobe Photoshop Touch

 If you're interested in photo editing, even on the most basic scale, and you own a Honeycomb tablet, you owe it to yourself to...

Web-based Android Market quietly adds new features for reviews

The web-based version of the Android Market has been found to include at least two new features centered around reviews.  Most notably, and perhaps...

QuickPic: A Brief Review

Personally, I'm not a huge fan of the photo gallery application found on the Samsung Galaxy S2. QuickPic is a nice free app that...

App Review: Automated Away Text

The app is called Automated Away Text, and it does pretty much what the title suggests: if you miss a call or receive a message, but can't reply at the moment, it sends an automated text message to that person, letting them know that you can't make it to the phone.

App Review: FrameGrabber for Android

I have to admit, I don't use my phone's video camera that often. Sure, I take lots of pictures, but not too many videos. But I've faced a problem in the past: taking still images from videos. Sure, you can do that with PhotoShop or another online tool, but there's never really been a good way to do it from your Android device. Until now! FrameGrabber does exactly as the title suggests: it "grabs" frames from a video.

App Review: What the Doodle?!

As some of you may already know, 'What the Doodle?!' was one of the overall winners of ADC2.  And it's with good reason too....

App Review: Astraware Solitaire

One of the biggest gripes about the Android platform has been the lack of good games.  Generally speaking, people tend to think that to...

App Review: Ringo Lite/Pro

Ringo takes the guesswork out of wondering who is calling or texting you. Know who is on the other end without picking up your Android handset.