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App Review: FlexT9 Keyboard

The Developer Says: “FlexT9 powered by Dragon is a four-in-one keyboard experience that puts you in the driver’s seat for communicating how you want – when you want. And only FlexT9 gives you the power to seamlessly switch between the Speak. Trace. Write. Tap. input modes as easily as it is to flip on a light switch!”What We Liked:Dragon voice recognition lives up to its reputation, easily besting Google’s voice recognition accuracy. As a tracing keyboard, FlexT9 is every bit as good as Swype (better at telling the difference between “in” and “on”), with a better UI for suggested words.

App Review: Screen Off (Updated: Actually 0.99 Cents!)

If your like me and you have a newer, high-end Android phone, you probably have to use the power button (located on top of...

App Review: No-Lock

Ever have the desire to wake your stock Android phone from standby using the trackball? If you have, you might want to to check...

App Review: Spotify

I love music, but being a student, more often than not I can't afford to buy the latest album I want to listen to....

Forget iTunes, I doubleTwist!

Let’s face it.  We may be Android users, but there was a time when the glitter of Apple appealed to all of our senses. ...

Quick Settings – An Indispensible App For Your Homescreen

We all live very busy lives, so  any processes that increase productivity and save time are valuable. Quick Settings is a free application in...

Review: doubleTwist

Before I start I need to mention that this is a PC/Mac based app and not an Android app. So why am I even...

App Review: Facebook for Android

Android owners have been waiting in the wings for an official Facebook app for almost a year now, and even though the iPhone...

App Review: Google My Tracks

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

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.

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.