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If you are interested in the Chromecast capability, but not the hardware, here is how you can turn your Android device into a Chromecast.
While Android doesn’t show notification on the lockscreen by default, that doesn’t mean you can’t add the feature in. NiLS Notification Lock Screen is a useful Android app that can show notifications in the lockscreen and allows you to take necessary actions in it, without unlocking the phone.
Most of the existing podcast apps are either lacking in features or too complicated to use. Pocket Casts is the best Android podcast app you can get.
Google came out with its own solution to help you find lost Android phones and tablets. This is certainly cutting into the business developers such as Seek Droid, Find My Droid and others. So, what is Google offering and can it compete with those existing apps in the market?
While you can transfer files from PC to PC using a USB drive, it can be a troublesome task to plug in and remove the thumb drive again and again. Any Send makes it easier by allowing you to send files over the WiFi network.
The good thing about Android is that you can customize everything to your liking. If you own an Android phone, but love the Windows Phone 8 interface, here’s how you can make Android look like Windows Phone 8.
With the growing number of malware for Android, it is getting easier for anyone’s phone to get infected. But how can you find out if your Android phone was infected?
If you are looking to keep your sms private from a snooping coworker or a nosey boyfriend or girlfriend, here are 5 useful Android apps to help.
An updated app can fix many bugs and add new features, but there is also the risk that an option you loved has been removed. A good way is to auto backup apps before they get updated so you can easily revert back to older version if there is a need to.