Helium is a useful Android app that lets you back up and restore data on an Android device, yet it doesn’t require root access. Here’s a closer look at how it works.
Do you have a new habit you’re trying to form? It can often be hard to stay on the right track. Lucky, these 4 habit-tracking apps for Android can help.
While there are a variety of subtitle grabbers available for Android, today we’ll focus on SubLoader. Here’s how to use it to get subtitles for movies on your device.
Tired of manually changing the orientation lock on your Android device? Here’s a simple app that will let you set rotation lock preferences on a per app basis.
Solo Launcher is one of the most popular Android launchers on the market. Learn all abouts features and how to use it in this in-depth review.
Want to stop the Android Gallery app from scanning specific folders on your device? Luckily there’s a way to do this without a third-party app. Here’s how.
There are a lot of apps out there for assisting teachers with their duties. Here are three of the best teacher’s apps that have gotten rave reviews.
Tired of cropping out important elements or people in photos before posting to Instagram? These apps let you post full sized photos; no cropping needed.
If you are looking for ways to protect the privacy and security of your Android phone, you can check out AMC Security. Here’s the review and giveaway.
If you want to run a web server right from your Android device, we’ll show you how to do so using KSWEB Web Server for Android. Let’s get started.
Are you a developer? Like to work on-the-go? Here are nine Android applications for web developers that will make life easier if you have an Android device.
Opening links in the background is a highly anticipated Android feature we’ll hopefully see in the future. For now, here’s a third-party app to do it.
KDE Connect allows your Linux PC and phone to communicate with each other over Wi-Fi. Here’s how to use it to get Android Notifications on Ubuntu Desktop.
Why use the crummy built-in alarm app on your Android phone when you can get much better apps from the Play Store? Here are 5 apps to help you get out of bed.
Want to speed up browsing on your Android device? Check out an app called OneClick Scroll which lets you quickly jump to the bottom or top of any page.
Want to learn all about Android M Developer Preview? Here’s an in-depth look at the next Android version, including interface, apps, features & customization.
Looking for the best way to keep up with your favorite blog sites on your Android device? Here are the top 4 RSS readers you may want to try.
Want to use Reddit and make the most of it on your Android device? Here are 5 Android apps that are a joy to use & that go well with Lollipop’s Material Design.