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RoundR – An Open Source App That Rounds the Corners Of Your Screen

April 25, 20130 Comments

The beauty of using a mobile OS like Android lies in the fact that it is an open operating system, and developers can create various mods and tweaks which allow you to customize the look, feel and performance of your device in every conceivable manner. One shining example of this customization is the incredible amount [...]

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Popular XBMC Application for Android announced

September 10, 20120 Comments

For those who don’t know, XBMC is a very popular underground media center that has a lot of features and a lot of fans. It started out many years ago as a media center alternative for those who hacked their old school Xbox consoles. Back then, it was called Xbox Media Center, which was eventually [...]

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Holo Locker: The Simple Jelly Bean Lock Screen

September 10, 20120 Comments

It’s a sad state of affairs that not every Android device out there is going to make it to Jelly Bean. Mostly because Jelly Bean is so very awesome. Whether it’s because the hardware is too old, there isn’t enough specs to run it well, or the OEM just doesn’t care anymore (sorry HTC owners), [...]

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HiFiCorder Brings Only the Best Audio Recording to Android

September 9, 20121 Comment

You can do virtually anything with an Android device. You can create documents, create PowerPoint presentations, listen to music, take pictures, make phone calls and send text messages, and literally just about anything else you can think of. One feature it can do that isn’t often talked about is the ability to record audio using [...]

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Droid NAS Turns Android Phone Into Mac-Compatible Wireless Flash Drive

September 9, 20120 Comments

There comes a time in the course of technology evolution that things start getting easier and—more importantly—things start getting more integrated. During the age when smart phones were just being invented and mass produced, the idea of your phone and your computer talking was still a wild fantasy. Nowadays, you can sync everything between everything [...]

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NFC Support Gets Added to Spotify

September 7, 20120 Comments

Spotify is quickly becoming one of the most popular music streaming applications out there. It already has millions of users and it is already being mentioned in the same sentences as streaming juggernauts such as Pandora and last.FM. It utilizes a clean interface, a good search engine, and enough songs to keep it relevant and [...]

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uTorrent Makes Its Android Debut

September 7, 20120 Comments

Torrents have a bad rap because they’re often associated with piracy, but that doesn’t mean they are all bad. Torrents can be a great way for an independent developer to get their software out to people to try or for small name bands who want to promote their work. Even though there are a lot [...]

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MagicJack Now Available in the Google Play Store, Free Phone Calls For All

September 4, 20120 Comments

MagicJack should be a household name by now. Why it currently is not is unfathomable, as pretty much anything that gives people free things should be well known. For those who don’t know, MagicJack is a computer peripheral device that plugs into a computer via USB. The other end is a standard phone jack. Once [...]

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FastOCR Brings Privacy and Built-In OCR Scanning

September 1, 20120 Comments

For those who don’t know, OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. In essence, the function of OCR is to take a picture of text and turn it into machine encoded text. This means that you can scan a document and then have the capacity to to read it and do what you need with it. [...]

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Finger Exploder Tests Your Finger Speed and Concentration

August 29, 20120 Comments

While Android gaming has come a very long way since it was first introduced, gaming on Android still consists of two main parts. The first is puzzle games where players roam around the interface solving puzzles to get to the next level. An example of a popular puzzle game is the Angry Birds series, wherein [...]

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