These Android apps can help with tracking what you eat and even log your calories. If you are on a diet, some can help with that too. Check them out!
Staying on top of your medical information can be daunting but, fortunately, there are a number of healthcare Android apps to help. Here are five of them.
Keeping up with all of the tomes on your bookshelf can be a real challenge. Here are four Android apps that can help you stay on top of things.
You may be interested in practicing yoga at home, and smartphones and tablets can help you out. Here are 6 yoga-related Android apps that are up for the task.
It can be difficult to settle on a place to eat, especially when you have an overwhelming number of options. Here are 6 Android apps to find an eating place that suits your mood.
Mobile payment is going to be the next trend. Here’s what you should know about making mobile payments and the steps to take to protect yourself.
It takes a good deal of effort to learn a new language. These Android apps can help you through the process or supplement your existing routine.
Seemingly wherever you go on the net these days, you need an avatar. Here are 5 Android apps that let you create a cool and adorable version of yourself.
The older Android gets, the more Android Twitter clients there are. Here are some of the latest Twitter clients available for Android going into 2015.
Do you want your Android phone to project your location out to the world? If No, here’s what you should know about your Android phone location settings.
If you and your partner want to be able to share with each other than just text, here are 5 Android apps that offer a great way for couple to stay in touch.
You already have your smartphone on you all the time. Why not use it to store your daily private thoughts? Here are 4 Android apps for doing just that.
One of the most exciting changes in Android 5.0 is the introduction of what Google calls “Material Design,” What do they actually mean? Let check it out.
Given how pricey smartwatches are, it’s important to know the differences between each model and select the best one for you. Here is what you should consider when choosing a smartwatch
With Android Lollipop, folks are starting to love Google’s new Material Design interface. Here are 8 Android apps that are already doing a sweet job of utilizing Material Design.
Google recently released Bookmark Manager that changes the way you handle bookmarks. Here’s how you can make your way around the interface.
Mobile apps have the potential to get us to live more active lives. Here are 4 Android apps that encourage us to do more than staring at the screen.
Other than making phone calls, your Android phone can also be used to better the lives of other people. Here are 4 Android apps that make this possible.
Keeping up with battery life is an ever present part of using a smartphone. Here are 4 of the best Android apps for staying on top of your battery life.
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 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.
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.
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.
The alarm clock nowadays comes with more functionality than before. Here are 4 alarm clocks for Android that come with sleep cycle tracking function.
There are several Android apps out there that will let you listen to music for free, and some still let you jam to all the pop hits you’re used to. Let’s check them out!
Is your phone too bright, even when it is set to the dimmest? Here are 4 screen dimming Android apps to dim your phone past the lowest default settings.
While Android Wear were launched only recently, there are already Android wear apps available for download. Here are ten apps that you can install on your smartwatch.
Most widgets for Android come with its own design and don’t blend well with others. Here are some of the best collection of widgets that you can use to make your homescreen looks great in Android.
Sick of using Google Play on your Android phone? Here is a list of alternative places to find books, music, and videos to enjoy on your Android devices.
Most Android phones come with Google’s fingerprints all over them. For those of you who want to get rid of Google on your Android device, here are many options to choose from.
You just bought an Android phone and need to transfer over your files from your old one. Here are 5 types of apps that you can use to get the job done.
The YouTube Android app allows you to browse the site while the current video plays in the corner. Here is how you can do so with desktop Google Chrome..
Firefox for Android comes with a built-in reader mode that strips articles down to just their text for easy reading. Let’s check out how it works.
There are services that can save webpages and reduce them down to just text for easy reading. Here are 4 ways to save websites to read later in Android.
Google has released two new Android apps for Google Docs and Google Sheets which saves us from having to dig around within Google Drive for docs and sheets.
Here’s a look at which flagship phones or apps are able to defocus the background of pictures and the approach they take to do so.
Other than the hardward spec, Android benchmarks is another way to determine the capability of the smartphone. Let’s find out more about the benchmarking tools in Android.
There are multiple mobile apps ready to benefit drivers. Here are 3 Android apps that, along with an OBD2 adapter, can help you save money on gas.
If you don’t have the Play store app installed on your phone, accessing Google Play in the browser will also work. Here’s the walkthrough.
In this part 2 of the smartphone specs series, find out how the camera, network, bluetooth and GPS play a part when choosing your next smartphone.
All smartphones have a list of hardware specs that can be hard to decipher. Learn how to read your smartphone specs and make a better purchasing decision.
Here are five Pebble apps that show how useful a smart watch can be. These apps reduce the times you have to reach for your phone and provide useful information on the go.
Choosing the best wallpaper for your Android phone can be a stressful task. Bitmado lets its users help you pick the most attractive images for your phone.
Your digital camera software won’t work in a Chromebook. Here’s what you will need to do to transfer and manage your photos from digital camera in a Chromebook.
Chrome OS has a webcam app that comes pre-installed in the OS, and it’s pretty good. Let’s take a look at Chrome OS’s Camera app as it currently stands.
Android wallpapers have changed immensely since their early days. Here are 5 of the most adventurous, or just plain violent Android live wallpapers for you.
Installing a custom Android ROM is good, but the process isn’t an easy one, Here are some things to know if you’re just raring to give custom ROMs a try.
If you are looking for a smart watch, here’s a list of the best options in the market or soon to be available for anyone who’s ready to strap one on.
Making collages isn’t for everyone, but if this activity is a hobby of yours, Here are five Android collages apps to get you started.