On Android, the MightyText service allow you to send text messages from your phone by using your computer. Why would you want to do that? Well, they’re easier to type for one thing.
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If you have a collection of FLAC files, it’s nice to have the ability to play them through your home theater via Xbox 360. Here’s how from Windows 8 and Android.
Google Now for Android has integrated a groovy new feature, which allows you to create location-based reminders, and it’s easy to do. Here’s how to set one.
If you use your Android device for important email, you’ll want to make sure it’s as secure as possible. If you use the Outlook.com app locking it down is easy.
Not all Android apps protect your privacy equally. If you want an easy way to see how secure and private your Android is, check out Clueful by BitDefender.
Need to grab a file on your PC to put on your Android device? Now with the latest version of ES File Explorer, you can do it over your WiFi network.
We’ve already discussed tips on saving battery on your Android device, but what do you do when you realize that the battery keeps draining when the device is in standby, theoretically not doing anything? Here’s a pretty good solution. Wakelock Detector will help you find the culprit and uninstall it before it annoys you even […]
The Android SDK is getting a heavy face lift. Upon release of the new version, development for the Android platform will be easier than ever.
When you download apps for Android from the Google Play Store, you’ve probably seen some aren’t compatible with your device. Here’s how to find out why.
If you want to stream music and video from other computers on your network to Xbox 360 from your mobile device, check out Twonky Beam for iOS and Android.
If you’re an Android user and always installing apps to try, you probably have a lot you don’t use. Useless App Remover allows you to get rid of them after a set amount of time.
If you live on your Android phone all day, recording important calls is sometimes necessary to remember the details of vital conversations. Call Recorder is a free app that does just that.
If you’re a new user of an Android device, you’ll definitely want to make sure it’s secure. Here’s easy ways to make sure your Android is secure from malicious code and snoopers.
How fast is your mobile keyboard kung-fu? This tip could add extra speed to even the quickest typist’s skill tree.