[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.
Many of us love to be able to access our files while on the road, but having files in different cloud storage services make this a difficult task. Here is how you can access all your files from different cloud storage providers in a central location in Android.
With so many social networks, email addresses, phone numbers, and not to mention the increasing number of mobile device that one owns, managing your contacts has become a tedious task. For those who feel that the default Contacts app in Android is lacking in features, here is one Contacts app that can completely change the way you handle your contacts.
Here are some of the most popular applications of the week. Be a better mobile web surfer with the utilities this week. Also the games are sure to add a few beats your heart because of all the action taking place. A note about some of the themes in the Top New Free Apps in […]
Maluuba is a better alternative to Siri for Android as it let you speak in your normal voice and ask it real commands. No real list of commands or template to memorize. If you want to know what the weather is like, ask “How’s the weather?” and Maluuba will search and find out.
There are numerous Twitter apps for Android. Which one is the best? Check out our review of the Twitter apps for Android.
This weeks list of the free Android apps is continuing with some of the popular free apps in 3 different categories. While going through the list of new Android apps, you probably notice that most of them are games. Not everybody likes to fill their enter a device with games so we want to let you know about other applications to help you customize or better use your device.
iPhone is not the only device that works well with iTunes. With these simple tricks, you can sync your iTunes playlist with your Android phone too. Here is how you can do it.
New Android apps come out every single day. It is almost a full time job keeping up with what’s new. Because it’s kind of our job to keep up on this kind of stuff, here are some of the newest, hottest applications for this week.
If you are those who love to actually get out and be social, appoi US for Android allows you to find events based on your location and what you’ve previously liked on Facebook or events you’ve attended.
For the rival relationship between Google and Microsoft, you won’t expect Microsoft to release a native Office app for Android anytime soon. If you really need to access Ms Office on your Android tablet, you can make use of CloudOn as the middleman to make the two play nice.
Keeping track of all your passwords is a pain, unless you have only one password for all your accounts. Managing your passwords on a mobile device is even worse because of the small form factor and inflexible keyboard. If you are using a Android device, here are several applications that can help you manage your passwords and make your life easier.
If you are a Dropbox and Android user like I do, you will probably install the Dropbox app on your Android and have access to your files wherever you go. While the Dropbox allows you to export your file to the SD card, it doesn’t give you the capability to download a single (or multiple) folder to your mobile device. If you are looking for the solution, here’s the fix.