Augmented reality apps is a a pretty cool thing. You can get tons of real-time information on these apps without wearing a Google Glasses. Here are 6 useful ones for you.
The Android notification area can be too messy at times. NotifyClean allows you to customize and select which notifications you want to see.
Instead of switching to a custom ROM, you can make use of Xposed Framework to add additional features to your Android phone. And it doesn’t require you to be technically competent.
Looking to try out Android on your desktop? Genymotion is an Android emulator based on Virtualbox that is easy to install and use.
If you are already using Plex media server in your computer, you might be interested in the Plex for Android for your mobile devices as well. Let’s check it out.
Looking for something different than the traditional keyboard on your Android phone? Here a few quirky Android keyboards for you.
Podcasting has become a popular means for consuming media. In Android, BeyondPod can works in conjunction with Feedly to help you manage your shows.
If you are using Keepass2 password manager, here’s how you can access your password database in Android and get it to auto fill password in Android browser.
If you are using mobile Firefox in your Android devices, here is one neat trick that you can use to quickly access your browsing history.
If you need an app that allows you to quickly access your favorite apps and doesn’t drain battery and memory resources, Slide Launcher is the one for you.
If you are using Firefox on a tablet, you may want to switch it to run in Desktop mode by default so websites will always load the desktop version.
If you have got your music all over the place, you can convert any “dumb” speakers into wifi speakers and stream your music remotely. Here is the full details.
You can easily search for the weather condition online, but it will be quicker to have your Android’s wallpaper changes according to the weather condition.
Desktop users can press “Alt + Tab” to switch apps. Switchr Task Switcher for Android gives you the “Alt + Tab” feel on your Android phone.
Android 4.4 took the world with its new set of features and promising performance improvements. But is this new OS really worth getting a new phone for? Let’s take a look!
It is easy to connect to TOR network on the desktop, but what about Android? How can you run Tor on Android and protect your privacy? We’ll show you how.
On a new Android device, do you prefer to continue your game, or start over again from level one? We’ll show you how you can move game progress across devices.
The newly released Quickoffice comes with features similar to Google Drive. So what are the differences between them and which one shoud you use?