Google announced new Nexus devices and the new mobile OS Android 5.0 Lollipop. The new devices are the Nexus 6 phablet, Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player.
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Dropbox for Android is a useful app in a lot of situations, but saving files from it to your phone, can take a serious toll on your device’s memory.
Having navigation keys on-screen when playing games is great, but can definitely get in the way. Here’s how you can hide them on your Android device.
If you find yourself fiddling with your phone when you need to be working or studying, a handy Android app called Stay Focused might help you do just that.
Sharing information from your Android phone just got easier with an app called LinkSwipe. It allows you to to take actions with different swiping gestures.
Android devices set apps that you download from Google Play to display the icon on the home screen by default. Here’s how to stop that from happening.
Photography has gone a long way since the old days of manual focus lenses and film. Here’s six unique androidography apps that are close to DSLR quality.
Writing your thoughts while on the go can be a challenge. If you’re writing content using a plain text file, then try the Android app called Jotterpad X.
Apple announced its smartwatch this week, and Android Wear has been getting popular too. Our question this week is if you care about the smartwatch anyway.
Android is a great mobile OS but, if you’re not careful, it can expose you to all kinds of dangers. Here’s five solid security tips for your device.
By now, you’ve probably heard about Instagram’s newest app, Hyperlapse, from raving iPhone owners. But Android already has free time lapse apps.
Android’s major advantage over iOS and Windows Phone is the open file system. To use it to it’s full potential, however, you should try one of these apps.
If you’re and Android user, you might not need Wi-Fi on your phone on and looking for a connection, it drains battery life. WiFi Scheduler helps solve that.
WeTransfer is a great service for transferring large files between computers easily, and now there’s a mobile version for Android. Here’s how it works.