Cut the Rope 2, the sequel to one of the most annoyingly addictive games ever to come to a mobile device, is now available to download, and it’s free on Android (sorta).
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Would you like to know how many apps on the Android device you’re using? That is exactly what Frequency: App tracker does. Here’s a look.
If you’ve seen cool pictures or videos on Instagram or the other supported services, and want to save them, EasyDownloader is a must have app.
If you have a limited data plan, and are paying outrageous costs if you go over, check out OperaMAX. It claims to give you up to 50% more data on your plan.
The Google Now Launcher, which offers the same experience Nexus 5 users get, is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a look at how it works.
Do you have an Android phone and love the apps and freedom, but really dig the Windows Phone interface? Here’s how to turn Android into Windows Phone UI.
BitTorrent Sync is a process that creates a P2P network among other users and provides unlimited file-syncing with the speed of bit torrent.
Evolve SMS is aimed at those who are not satisfied with the Android app that’s included by default. Plus, it includes an amazing amount of features.
Chirp is an app that uses sound to send pictures, text and links between Android devices. The only condition is both devices have a data or WiFi connection.
AllCast for Android provides an easy way to stream videos and photos from your smartphone or tablet to your smart TV or set-top box on the big screen.
Google Hangouts for Android now allows you to manage your text messages from it. But not everyone is much of a fan of it, so here’s how to turn it off.
The Netflix profiles management feature for subscribers was introduced back in August of this year and the Android app now supports them. Here’s a look.
Instagram Direct is a new feature, that allows you to share images with specific people between both Android and Apple iOS platforms. Here’s a quick look.
Encrypting an Android device is a good idea if there’s sensitive data stored on it locally. Encrypting it is easy, but there’s a few things to keep in mind.