Do you want to create your own meme, but do not have the skill? Here are 5 of the best meme apps for Android that allow you to easily create meme on the move.
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The official Facebook app for Android is not the best. Here are 5 of the best third-party Facebook apps that can do better than the official Facebook app
If you’re diagnosing a problem with your Android device, you will want a tool to help you out. Here are 5 of the best system monitoring apps for Android.
If you are unhappy with the current lock screen on your Android device, here are some of the best lock screen apps you can use to customize your lock screen.
Other than the “Factory Reset” in the settings, you can also do a “Hard Reset” on your Android phone to clear the data and reformat the phone. Here is how to do so.
If you own an Android wear watch, there are plenty of watch face apps in Google Play. Here are some of the best options.
In part 2 of the Android wear series, let’s dive into Android Wear’s default settings and tweak things around a bit.
Carousel is a photo management app from Dropbox, which touts it as a gallery for all the photos and videos from your life.
Android Wear’s UI is an entirely different beast from regular Android, so here’s a primer on how to navigate your way around it.
Sometime, you might just want to stop using Google as the default search engine and switch to an alternative. Here is how you do so in Android.
It is rather frustrating to have all the Facebook video autoplay as you scroll down your news feed. Here’s how you can disable it in Android and iOS.
You can schedule your emails to be sent at a later date, what about your SMS? Here are five of the best SMS scheduling app to schedule SMS on Android.
Google has integrated the Google Voice service into the new Hangout app. Here’s what you need to know to start using it.
Typefaces are what make a device look great. If you are tired of the default font on your phone, here is how you can change fonts on Android devices.
There are times when we need to hunker down and concentrate on something. These Android apps provide just enough ambient sound to help our minds focus.
Floatify lets you experience floating, Android L style notifications on your non-rooted Android device. Check it out.
The alarm clock nowadays comes with more functionality than before. Here are 4 alarm clocks for Android that come with sleep cycle tracking function.
Most Android phones come with the ability to import and export contacts and you don’t need to install any app to do that. Here’s how you can do so.
When the power goes out and you need a light quickly, your Android phone can come in handy. Here are 5 flashlight apps to turn your phone to a flashlight.
If you’re just looking to see who’s using your network, WiFi Inspector for Android is the right app for you.