Just like the desktop version, Firefox for Android comes with support for addons too. Here are 4 awesome mobile addons to supercharge Firefox for Android, and make your mobile browsing experience a better one.
If you have ever wanted to automate your Android phone based on location, Locale is one great automation app you should use, and here are 6 useful plugins that make Locale even better. Check them out.
Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to control media apps and functions of your Windows PC using your phone? Wouldn’t it be great if you could just pause VLC using your phone without having to walk over to the PC? Here is how you can do exactly that!
Google syncs really well with Android devices. That also means if inadvertently deleted something, this information is also deleted from your web account. Luckily, Google has some backups in place so you can easily restore the information for such disasters.
Dropbox for Android is great, but it is lacking the synchronization feature found in desktop. You can download and upload files to Dropbox, but it does perform auto-sync. Here is how you can automate Dropbox synchronization in Android.
We often feel that the Gmail for Android app is not as good as the desktop Gmail, but if you dig deep enough, you will find plenty of hidden features that can make it as good as the desktop version. And here are 3 hidden features of Gmail for Android that you ought to know.
If you think the app locker for Android can help to secure your phone, check out these exploits first before making your conclusion.
Gmail for Android might be the best email app, but it is lacking some features found in the web app. Now you can restore these missing features with 4 addons.
The Adobe flash app is no longer available for device running Android 4.1 and up. Here is how you can restore and use flash on your Android device.
For those who are using LastPass on Android, here are some tips to help you get the most out of Lastpass while using it from your Android device.
Privacy is always an issue when sharing a tablet with others. Here is how you can create multiple user profiles for your Android tablet and get rid of the privacy problem.
The developer options is not available in Android 4.2. Here is how you can reactivate it with a simple step.
[Android only] If you have your WiFi turn on for most part of the day, you will find that your battery will drain very fast. Thankfully, here is a simple way that allows you to setup some advanced management of when the WiFi feature should be switched on and off.
Android devices have a lot of different home screens. The problem is, when you choose an image as the background wallpaper, it spans across all 3 – 7 screens. Sometimes that’s okay. Most of the time, the part of the image you want to see is right on the crack between the screens. Here is how you can set a different wallpaper for each home screen.
The Amazon file transfer software for Kindle Fire works well in Mac and Windows, but not in Linux. In Ubuntu, here’s how you can manage files on your Kindle Fire.
This weeks apps are a pretty wide variety. The themes are all for the ADW Launcher. The reason is, ADW revamped its home screen launcher recently. Now it works on tablets and newer devices really well. The games are pretty action packed and the utilities are very useful for anyone who has an Xbox, drives or who sends pictures to friends.
As more people are switching to smartphone, security problems are also rising. CodeProof is a security application that safe guard your phone and prevent hackers, virus and malware from taking over.
Because Halloween is right around the corner, most sites are going into seasonal mode with zombies and monster games and apps. Well, there isn’t much of that here. As you scan the list, you’ll see mostly new apps and games. However, I went digging for a good older theme, live wallpaper and widget. Sometimes what’s been around for a while is just what the doctor ordered.