For those who want to keep track of every step you take, here are four Android pedometer apps you can install to turn your phone into a pedometer.
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The newly released Quickoffice comes with features similar to Google Drive. So what are the differences between them and which one shoud you use?
Do you often receive the low space notification on your Android phone, what do you do then? Thankfully, the DiskUsage app makes it easy to see precisely what is taking up your Android storage space.
One of the more unique image photo types is called “tilt-shift” and is used to create images that come out looking almost like tiny models, and it is generally thought of as being used with small and medium-format cameras. If you have an Android device, then there is an app that can simulate the style when shooting pictures.
It can be a distraction to view your SMS while driving. ReadItToMe for Android can read out SMS so you can have a total hands-free experience.
Fancy an intelligent Android home launcher that can automatically modify your phone to suit your needs when you need it? Everything Home is a dynamic Android Home launcher that changes your homescreen instantly when you do a search.
If you are looking for a great source of music and can’t pay the monthly fees that services such as Google Music All Access charge, then Torch Music is a great option.
Most Android users don’t even know the existence of Google Now, nor are using them to the fullest. Check these tricks out to use Google Now like a pro.
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.