Find it annoying to adjust the volume every time you switch to another Android app? Try App Volume Control; it lets you adjust the volume for different apps.
Not all messaging apps can be trusted to safeguard your private information. It is because of this we’ve decided to make a top 3 list of the best encrypted messenger apps for Android.
Shashlik is an impressive take on running Android apps on Linux. The best part is that you’re not required to have Chrome. Here’s how it works.
QuickClick is an Android app that will help you do all sorts of things by only using your device’s volume buttons. You can take a picture, record a video, turn on the flashlight, and more.
Wouldn’t it be great to have your Android automatically turn on whenever you pick it up? If you like this idea, then you’ll love the Gravity Screen Off app.
An OTG cable (on the go) is a very useful tool that allows devices to communicate with each other and extend functionality. Here are some uses for a USB OTG cable on Android.
New Pipe, a new Android app, is an open-source, front-end for YouTube. It copies a lot of features bundled with YouTube RED and is a very compelling YouTube replacement.
Want to access Android files from a Windows computer? Here’s how you can do so.
Sharing files between your Android smartphone or tablet over a network is a big timesaver. If you want to learn all about network file sharing on Android, this article is just for you.
While Google Music is a great app for Android, many of us have music players installed which we are partial to. Here is how you can access your Google Music library in other music players.
Another one bites the dust! Microsoft has purchased Swiftkey keyboard, and now many are searching for alternatives. If you’re one of those people, here are some worthy Swiftkey alternatives.
There are many Android diet apps available that will let you calculate your calorie intake and offer diet plans. Listed here are four Android apps that will help you with dieting.
If you are having a difficult time getting out of bed in the mornings and always find yourself hitting that snooze button, hopefully one of these Android alarms can help.
The best way to keep tabs on imminent natural disasters is with your smartphone. Here are four apps that deliver early earthquake warnings to help keep you safe.
Let’s say you had an app, uninstalled it and wanted it back but you forgot the name. This article shows you exactly what to do.
Not completely happy with Google Now or just don’t want to use it? Here are four alternative virtual assistant apps for Android.
Do you enjoy using markdown? If you’re an Android user, here are five of the top minimal markdown editors to try out.
If you don’t want to sleep in the dog house, you can prepare for Valentine’s Day with these useful Android apps for Valentine’s Day. All of them are free.
How many times have you sent a message without realizing that auto-correct changed a word to something undesirable? If you are annoyed by auto-correct, here’s how to turn it off.
Google is planning to follow Apple’s ways and wants to have greater control over the building process of its Nexus phone. Is this a good thing?