The jerkiest way to breakup with someone is over the phone, or worse yet, via a text message. Well, if you can’t muster the courage to do the deed, there’s an app for that.
Android apps to help manage this stressful and chaotic time of the year are abundant. But here’s our list of the 10 best free apps for the holidays.
Benchmarking is used to test the performance of your smartphone. Here’s five benchmark tools for Android to determine where performance is lacking.
SkyDrive, Microsoft’s addition to cloud storage apps, is now available for Android. It’s great for accessing stored files on the go. The app is free and you just need to sign in with your Microsoft account to access your files.
Microsoft Windows Phone 7 devices are officially on sale in the United States and elsewhere. Samsung, LG, HTC, and even Dell have jumped in and created phones for all of the major carriers, but with all of the choices available it brings up an important question. That is, if you’re going to get a Windows […]
Guest Post – Beyond Life Beyond Life is a regular contributor in the groovyPost community forum and his knowledge of the Android platform is top-notch. This is the second in his series of Android tips and tutorials that will appear here on groovyPost. Compared to the other Android phones on the market, the Samsung Galaxy […]
Android is a fairly young OS in the phone market, but it is maturing rapidly. Some are forecasting it will overtake the iPhone as quickly as Q2 2011. Anyway, as more devices come loaded with Android, you’ll find a huge variety in the hardware that Android runs on. So, want to know how your device’s […]
Today Microsoft released on Microsoft Download Center Windows 7 Phone Connector for Mac. The software is still BETA however you can get a fully working copy on the site if you want to try it out on your MAC. It’s good to see Microsoft is attempting to not repeat their mistakes with ZUNE and at […]
Each time there is a release of a new Android operating system version, Google has also come up with a dessert related nickname. As of last week, the Gingerbread has landed… In front of the Android office at the Googleplex they’ve lined up giant statues that match the nickname of each version of […]
Yesterday Mrgroove posted a tutorial on how to forward calls on an iPhone, so I figured that on my shiny new Android phone (Samsung Galaxy S) that the process would be somewhat similar. After some testing, it turns out that there isn’t a native way to do it on Android, or at least not my […]
Ever since I bought my first iPhone 3G 3-4 years ago, the first thing I do when I get home is forward all calls from my iPhone to my home phone. At first I did this because the AT&T coverage is so poor in my neighborhood however a side benefit is I don’t need to […]
Dolphin has long been the most popular browser for users on Android, but this week Firefox has jumped in to create some fierce competition. Firefox is one of the most popular internet browsers for Mac and PC, but only time will tell how many users will convert to their mobile adaptation. Currently in Beta, the […]
Usually it’s a good idea to get your apps from the Android Marketplace. But, sometimes you might want to download an app that isn’t on the Marketplace yet, such as SWYPE or maybe you are developing your own app and need to test it out. By default, Android doesn’t allow apps to be installed if […]
Have you ever been in the middle of an important meeting and had your phone go off? Maybe you were in class or a movie and forgot to turn your phone on silent and RING RING, interrupted everyone in the room with that annoying ringtone you just assigned to your girl friend or manager… Anyway, […]