Want to make sure your SMS are not easily seen when someone looks at your phone? These SMS apps for Android offer privacy options to help protect your texts.
Getting ready for Christmas isn’t as hard as it may seem. Here are a few Christmas apps for Android to help you enjoy the festive season.
If you are looking to free up your phone’s storage space, here is how you can move offline music to an SD card in Spotify for Android
If you are a huge fan of playing basketball but can’t get to the court as often as you’d like, these Android basketball games will help fill that void.
Confused with Android phones and the way updates work? Wondering why some phones get updated regularly & others don’t? Let’s take a look at how it all works.
Are you looking for a useful text expansion app for Android? If so, Texpand could be what you are doing for.
If you’re looking for an easy way to go about clipboard management on your Android device, check out Clip Stack, an app loaded with features.
Recently the developers at Pushbullet decided to introduce a Pro version which includes many features that used to be free. If you’re unhappy with these, here are some Pushbullet alternatives to consider.
Can’t remember what you did yesterday, let alone two weeks ago? Maybe it’s time to improve your memory with these memory improvement apps for Android. Check them out.
If you’ve forgotten your WiFi password but have previously used it on your Android device, here’s how you can use your device to retrieve WiFi passwords.
Want to play YouTube videos in the background on Android without paying for YouTube Red or rooting your device? Check out the Black Screen of Life app!
Wish that you could save time by launching your favorite apps right from the lockscreen on your Android device? We’ll show you two ways to do just that in this article.
How many times has your phone accidentally made a call from inside your pocket? Call Confirm is an Android app that saves you the embarrassment of such ‘pocket dialing.’ Check it out!
RandTune is an Android app that lets you use random sounds for your phone calls and notifications. Here’s how to install and use the app.
FireTube is an Android app that keeps YouTube videos playing in the background while you use other apps on your device. It’s perfect for non-rooted devices.
While the Trello app for Android is useful, it’s not always enough. Looking for additional functionality? These Trello apps and widgets are worth a look.
Microsoft has recently published several Android apps in the Play Store. Are they any good? And is Microsoft aiming to take over Android? Let’s find out.
Glovebox is an Android app that lets you launch apps from the sidebar of your device. If you’re curious to see how it works, keep on reading!