The best thing about Android is the great number of ways you can customize it. Be it with rooting, automation or something as simple as a home screen launcher, you can customize almost anything to your liking. Android Bot Maker is one useful automation app that you don’t see often. It is kind of a macros app to automate your Android phone or tablet.
The good thing about Android phone is that you can customize the home screen to your liking and add widgets, shortcuts and a lot of cool custom designs. Buzz Launcher brings it further by allowing you to share your homescreen with others, or implement other’s homescreen on your phone.
One of the things smart phones of every kind have had issues with is printing. More than a few times, I have to upload a document on my tablet to Dropbox so I can print it from my computer. It is a troublesome chores. Cloud Print is an app for your Android that allows you to remotely print documents from your phone. The process is pretty straightforward to setup and print. Let’s take a look at how to do that.
If you are looking for a way to backup your Android app data without rooting your phone, this Carbon app could be the one for you.
Your Android device don’t support extracting archive files by default, especially when they are in the rar or 7z format. Here is how you can compress and extract files in Android.
If you have plenty of apk files in your Android phone and you don’t know which is which, here is how you can rename the apk files to something more recognizable.
Google Keep is a new Android note-taking app developed by Google. It is simple enough and doesn’t come with many features. Will it be enough to compete against Evernote? Let check it out.
If you have a stylus and are wondering which apps allow you to make full of it, here are 7 useful Android apps that are made to be used with a stylus.
If you have heard of the new Ubuntu Touch mobile OS and are keen to try on your Nexus device, here are the instructions for you to install Ubuntu Touch on Nexus 7, and also to restore back to Android.
When you click on a link or try to open a file on your Android phone, your phone will always use the default app to complete the action. What if you install a new app and want to set it as the default app? The following article will explain how you can do so.
Do you have an Android that came with a stylus like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Do you see the pen as more of a novelty than a tool? You’ll be glad to know it’s not an expensive accessory sent with the phone simply to lose; the S-Pen stylus can do some useful things.
Have you heard there is a Ubuntu phone heading to the market soon? If you are a big fan of Linux, you can give your Android the Ubuntu look and feel right now.
To open apps in Android, the typical way is to go to the app drawer and select the app you want to run. This may not be an efficient method. Using gestures to quickly launch your favorite app is perhaps one of the better way to be productive.
The dialer feature for Android is often simple and usable, but often leaves much to desire. In this article, we show you a variety of ways you can add additional features to the dialer and make it even more useful.
Tasker is one of the most well known and also most complicated apps out there to automate actions on your Android. In light of that, we are going to talk about some other Android apps to automate some of redundant tasks and actions on your phone.
The problem is with most Android widgets – they are either too small or take up a ton of space on the home screen. What we are going to talk about today is a solution to gain access to more applications using less widgets. This way you’ll have more space on your home screen to do whatever you like.
If you love to take photos with your Android phone, you will probably run out of storage space very soon. Here is one way you can the optimize the images in your phone and make out more space for other apps.
One of the benefits of rooting your Android phone is the ability to backup your apps, settings and all other data. But what if there was a way to backup Android data without root access? Would you still be as keen to root your phone?