Even if you’re not old enough to remember pumping tons of quarters into Pac-Man at the arcade, you definitely know of the legendary game. Play it on Android and relive the 80′s.
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In a classy turn of events, Sprint has released an Android Jelly Bean update for the SPH-D710. Don’t expect to see it over the air though.
When downloading apps from the Google Play Store from your computer and have old devices listed, it can get confusing. Removing them from the list is easy. Here’s how.
The ability to use the Daydream feature and customize the Nexus 7 Lock Screen with Widgets was added in the Android 4.2 update. Here’s how to add Widgets to the Lock Screen.
Mad because Google Reader is shutting down? Feedly is a great alternative to manage your RSS feeds. It works with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Android, and iOS.
Ringtones are an essential part of customizing your Android smartphone. Here’s how to easily create them directly on your phone while on the go with a free app.
Samsung has unveiled the latest smartphone in its Galaxy line, and it’s unique in terms of specs and features, even if the design is similar. Here’s what the new Samsung Galaxy S4 offers.
The default Android browser page is a boring Google search box that wants to know your location. Here’s how to change this setting so that a “new tab” displays all of the sites you visit the most.
On all mobile devices, there’s bound to be preinstalled apps that you never use and don’t want to see. Even on a pure Android experience like the Nexus 7.
Having a lot of apps on your tablet or mobile device is great, but having each of those app notifications your system is annoying. Here’s how to turn off notifications on individual apps you no longer want them from on the Nexus 7.
The Google Nexus 7 is a great tablet, but what do you do when you want to add or remove files on it directly? There’s two modes the tablet has for this; here’s what they do.
There will be times when you need to take notes on your Android device and don’t have a note taking app installed or an internet connection. Dropbox can help you out in such a situation even if you’re offline.
Looking for an easy way to get free eBooks for your Android device? With Dropbox and Project Gutenberg you can select from over 42,000 free titles.
The Google Nexus 7 has a groovy built-in image editor with image filters found in other third-party tools. Today I was playing around with it and took a few screenshots for all you groovyReaders. Enjoy!