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Are you tired of getting junk mail in your physical mailbox? PaperKarma is an app for your smartphone that will help reduce the amount of wasted paper.
If you aren’t a fan of using WiFi to send video to your HDTV from Android devices, you can get quality connections with HDMI-Out, and cables are cheap.
AirDroid is a simple to use tool which allows you to manage your Android device remotely over the web. Here’s a look at cool features the service offers.
Google took Android fans by surprise after assigning its latest operating system-version the name of a popular candy bar. Is this an attempt to pull sweet-toothed geeks over to Android?
Mobile photo editors like Instagram might be all the rage, but sometimes you want more features and editing tools while on the go. PicShop Pro gives you just that.
Amazon is giving away more free stuff, and this time it’s a compilation of the top 10 apps it has ever featured for its free appstore free app of the day.
Facebook for Android and iOS has a cool feature that allows voice messaging to your friends. This comes in handy if your hands are full. Here’s how.
Looking for a good cheap Android phone? The Nexus 4 is a groovy contender at a sweet new low price, and this change could mean the Nexus 5 is en-route.
Thinking about buying the new 2013 Google Nexus 7? Here’s a spec comparison between the first gen model and the new one, and if an upgrade is necessary.
Most of your Android device’s content is synced to the cloud, like contacts, but it’s always important to have a local backup as well. Mobogenie make does that and more.
The official Google AdSense app is available on Android and it allows you to keep track of the stats on your website or blog while on the go. Here’s a look.
When you get notifications from an Android app, sometimes it isn’t convenient to unlock the screen and check them. Here’s how to see them with at a glance.
So you want to take great High Dynamic Rang (HDR) photos with your Android smartphone, but aren’t a pro. Give the Pro HDR app a shot and make magic.