Dolphin Browser’s New Beta Promises Fastest Browsing Experience

August 26, 20120 Comments

For awhile now, Dolphin Browser HD has been among the top browsers in the Android browser wars. While it doesn’t carry the brand name clout of Google Chrome or Mozilla FireFox, it has a very loyal following and features that keep up even with the big dogs. Now, Dolphin Browser is making a move for [...]

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Get Pretty Much Any Live Wallpaper You Could Ever Want

August 25, 20120 Comments

Live wall papers are an Android exclusive. No other smartphone operating system has been able to implement live wallpapers as Android has and because of their simple design and nearly limitless uniqueness, developers have been able to create hundreds of amazing looking wallpapers. These wallpapers have been making Android phones more unique for years, but [...]

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Fifteen Puzzle Brings Fresh Twist on an Old School Game

August 10, 20120 Comments

Practically everyone has heard of the Fifteen Puzzle game. Commonly referred to as Gem Box or Mystic Square, Fifteen Puzzle consists of a game board with 16 spaces. One slot is empty and the remaining 15 are filled with numbered tiles. The point of the game is to put the tiles in numbered order from [...]

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CyanogenMod 10 Theme Chooser Gets Some Theming Options

August 8, 20121 Comment

For those who somehow don’t know, CyanogenMod is the most famous and most used custom ROM in the world. With dozens of supported devices, a dedicated development staff, and over a million loyal fans, one would be hard pressed to say anything bad about them. Even though the official builds are for dozens of devices, [...]

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Get the Iconic HTC Clock and Weather Widget on Any Phone

August 8, 20123 Comments

You’d be hard pressed to find an Android fanatic that won’t agree to an extent that HTC Sense is the most bloated of the Android skins that OEMs put on their devices. It uses a lot of memory and makes otherwise brilliantly built phones lag. However, one would be remiss if they didn’t at least [...]

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AT&T HTC One X CPU Editor Gives Complete Control Over CPU

August 7, 20120 Comments

In most cases modifications can be achieved by flashing it in a custom recovery or installing an application that will do it for you. Occasionally, though, to use a mod you must return to Androids roots—which is Linux—and learn how to do it from the command line. It’s not overly difficult, you just have to [...]

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Give Your Device a New Friend With 360 Battery Saver Application

August 5, 20120 Comments

Getting every last minute out of your battery has been a battle that has raged as long as Android has been around. While battery technology has improved dramatically since the olden days of the HTC G1, battery life continues to be a struggle in the lives of many Android users. This is also considering that [...]

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Slices, A New Way To Use Twitter and manage it

August 4, 20120 Comments

OneLouder applications is a well known application developer team. Responsible for such popular social networking applications such as Tweetcaster for Twitter and Friendcaster for Facebook, they have accrued millions of downloads. Now, OneLouder has outdone themselves with a new Twitter application called Slices that brings a whole new element to Twitter. With the number one [...]

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Sony Xperia S Home Application can be used by Rooted Xperia users

August 2, 20120 Comments

As we’ve mentioned before, the Sony Xperia line up is legendary when it comes to sharing software. Practically everything you can have on any given Xperia device can be ported to any other Xperia device. The only restriction is whether or not developers actually want to do it. Even so, there isn’t much out there [...]

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Google Now Modified To Be Fully Usable With Any Language

August 1, 20120 Comments

For those who are unaware, Google Now is Google’s answer to Apple’s Siri. Using it, you can voice or text search virtually any topic or subject and get a response. In several videos testing both side by side, Google Now has actually beaten out Siri in terms of accuracy and speed. Known by the data [...]

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