Want to start your own YouTube tutorial channel or take screencasts of your Android device? Here are 6 of the best Android screen recording apps to try.
For Android users, sometimes it’s a hassle to transfer Android contacts, photos, applications & messages over to an iPhone. This guide will help with that.
How many times have you heard a song and wanted an easy way to find out the name of the song or artist? Here are 4 Android apps for identifying music.
Stagefright might just be the biggest exploit to have been discovered in Android yet. If you’re wondering how to protect your device, read on to find out!
Ever wished you could disable a specific Android app for a certain period of time? Well, you can! Here’s how to block distracting apps & boost productivity.
The Android Marshmallow boot animation is now available for rooted Android devices, and you can install it on your devices using a simple root explorer.
Vysor is a Google Chrome app that allows you to fully control your Android device from any of your computers. Here’s how it works.
If you are a fan of podcasts and use the Pocket Casts app, check out a few ways you can take your podcasting game to a whole new level using the app.
If you use an Android device, you now have a way to add background music to the apps on your device. Let’s check it out.
There is now a way to create a flashable ZIP of your favorite Android apps, and you can flash it to install all apps on your device in one go. Here is how you can do it.
DriveDroid is an Android app that allows you to boot into a number of Linux distributions on your computer from their ISO/IMG files stored on your device. Let’s check out how it works.
Finding the perfect eBook reader can be quite tedious. In the article we have chosen some of the best eBook readers for Android, and they’re all free.
Looking for ways to obtain the audio output from a video file? Here is how you can convert video to audio on Android.
Pop-ups on Android are annoying & cost money. Even if you don’t click, they eat up your data & run in the background. Here are four ways to get rid of them.
By default, Android OS only allows you to encrypt your entire device. If you want to encrypt individual files you’ll need a third-party app like this one.
Here are 7 superb Android applications that can make learning significantly easier and fun for students. Check them out.